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Cathy Billings


Lobster Institute, University of Maine

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Publication Date

Summer 2009

Publisher location

University of Maine, Orono, ME

Abstract/ Summary

The Lobster Bulletin newsletter includes research updates, and information on lobsters and the lobster industry. The Lobster Institute at the University of Maine is dedicated to protecting and conserving the lobster resource, and enhancing lobstering as an industry and a way of life.

Headlines in the Summer 2009 issue include:

  • Development of Best Management Practices to Reduce or Eliminate Stress on Lobsters
  • Mariner Beverages, USA Wine West Unveil New Wine to Benefit the Lobster Institute
  • Lobster Institute Presents First Rising Star Award to Lobster Gram, Inc.
  • Best Management Practices to Reduce or Eliminate Stress from Hauling & Handling of Lobsters
  • Research Report: Tools and techniques to recognize lobster stressors throughout the supply chain and the development of best management practices to reduce of eliminate stress on lobsters
  • Research Report: Possible Impacts on Crustaceans from construction of Wind Farms in the Marine Environment

Publisher Statement

The Lobster Institute is a unit of the Maine Agricultural & Forest Experiement Station. A member of the University of Maine System.


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