Maine lobster industry wary as water warm
Researchers say the lobster industry needs to be prepared because warming trends are laying the groundwork for a potential repeat of the disastrous season of four years ago.
Climate change poses threat to fish stocks
According to a new study, dozens of marine species from the Carolinas to New England will be threatened by the warming, changing currents and the increased acidity expected to alter the region’s waters.
Fish Farming In Gulf Poses Questions & Opportunities
A new source of fish in the gulf offers promise -- but also raises questions. For the first time, the Gulf of Mexico is open for fish farming.
Maine pays for research to keep lobsters healthy
The Department of Marine Resources has put out a call for proposals to gauge the impact of warming Gulf of Maine waters on lobster biology, populations and susceptibility to disease.
New quotas cut deep for fishing industry
Fishermen and fishing stakeholders say the darkness that has descended on the Northeast groundfish fishery is only going to grow deeper in 2016.