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An evening with Bernd Heinrich
Making sources traceable will burden fishermen, but payoff is waiting
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Uneasy times, waters in Downeast novel, 'Of Sea and Cloud'
Native islander maintains fleet that keeps island functioning
If young Bernd was sometimes a reluctant recruit on his father’s collecting expeditions, he came to love the study of nature.
Mussel larvae can recognize and respond to a broad range of odor cues when deciding whether to settle in wild beds or on aquaculture lines.
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The Hinckley Company’s boatbuilding plant in Trenton was a hive of activity on a recent day, with 25 to 30 boats in different stages of production, from molding to sea trials.
It’s a typical scene these days.
With 1 foot of sea level rise, the 10-year storm of the past will cause the same damage as the storm of the century.
Susie Arnold, Ph. D.
My grandmother’s spatula can slide between a frying pan and a pancake without driving into it like a snowplow.
Charles Coffin, the hermit, was born in 1894 and died Nov. 15, 1941 at the age of 47.
I’m pretty certain that it was the first Purim parade on North Haven.