News of Maine's Coast and Islands
The biggest decision will be how to equitably and safely choose a way achieve a 50 percent reduction in vertical lines.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
When you picked your current residence did school district, proximity to work and amenities, or the town have anything to do with your decision?
“Our people don’t have a word for adaptation. It’s just what we’ve always done.”
The initial human response to a threat is to turn away from it…
By commercial license numbers, the soft-shell clam is the state’s second largest fishery, following the lobster fishery.
There is no question that herring is going to be in short supply in 2019 and the years to come.
Lobsters have sophisticated internal compasses that allow them to use the Earth’s magnetic field…
A drop of water in Lake Superior could take anywhere from 173 to 191 years to work through the system.
Strangely enough, the first “connected device” was a tricked-out Coke machine at Carnegie Mellon University back in the early 1980s…