News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Greater access to mussels, oysters, scallops, and kelp can help reduce our dependence on imported seafood.
Temperature influences how much oxygen and carbon dioxide the water can hold, the rate of plant growth and decay, the movement of currents, and the geographic distribution of marine life.
A guest, self-described as a devotee of the occult, was asked to check through the house for spirit hot spots...
They served gallons of hand-roasted Guatemalan coffee, dozens of egg sandwiches and baked goods, and their Chai latte was a fan favorite.
Scarborough has a 3,500-acre marsh area that doesn’t fit FEMA’s traditional models.
Scientists call such places “climate change refugia.”
An area of thermally suitable habitat for larval settlement may have helped amplify the lobster boom.
The Island Institute saw the need for fishermen, specifically lobstermen, to have alternative water-based businesses to diversify their income.