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  • Lobster shell disease nudges up slightly off of Maine

    Associated Press - 04/11/2018

    The Gulf of Maine is warming faster than most of the world’s oceans, so increased vigilance about possible growth of shell disease remains very important, said Justin Ries, a marine biogeochemist with Northeastern University. The low percentage of Maine lobster with shell disease could be temporary, he said.

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