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  • Warming Waters Drive Kelp Decline

    Gloucester Times: When diving in the Gulf of Maine a few years back, Jennifer Dijkstra expected to be swimming through a flowing kelp forest...

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  • Seal Study Shows Majority Oppose Lethal Culling

    ACK.net: A study on the public’s attitude toward Nantucket’s seal population suggests that most people are against what is called lethal...

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  • Solar-Powered Charging Docks in Development

    ecoRI.org: Some 12.5 million boats are registered in the United States, and a growing number — about 5% now — run on electric propulsion...

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  • “Eco-Moorings” Considered for Vineyard Haven, Tashmoo Pond

    The town of Tisbury, MA, is weighing the benefits of installing conventional or new-tech moorings with conservation benefits for Vineyard Ha...

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  • Discussion to Address Offshore Sand Mining for Beach Restoration

    Three years ago, Misquamicut State Beach in Rhode Island saw one of the most extensive beach restoration efforts in Rhode Island, and it mos...

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  • Less Carbon Pollution Would Help Lobsters

    PressHerald.com: Drastically reducing carbon emissions would likely slow the negative effects of climate change on the Gulf of Maine lobster...

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