News of Maine's Coast and Islands
By Susie Arnold, Jessica Gribbon Joyce and Roger Stephenson
If a city or state is not taking steps to reduce its vulnerability, the credit rating can go down.
Heather Deese, Ph.D.
Susie Arnold, Ph.D.
Fiber is considered “future proof” because it is a proven technology…
Given the talk on the wharves all year, it was no surprise to hear the official 2017 numbers on Maine’s lobster fishery—110.8 million pounds with a value of $433.8 million, down nearly 22 million pounds from 2016.
It may not be a surprise that 2017 has been a year of record-breaking storms and heat.
An estimated 70 percent of commercial marine fish species in the northeast U.S. live in estuaries…
When high biotoxin levels were detected, the fishery was closed down overnight.
The plan commits federal agencies to use the commercial fishing data layers when reviewing proposals for offshore wind turbines…
“We should be talking about the horizontal shoreline changes that come from the sea level rise.” —Carol White