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Penobscot Bay Pilot Notes Collaborative Gulf of Maine Study

Penobscot Bay Pilot reported on the $1.8 million National Science Foundation grant awarded to a multidisciplinary team of researchers to examine the impact of rising ocean temperatures on the ecology and economics of the Gulf of Maine.

Andrew Pershing from the University of Maine and Gulf of Maine Research Institute (GMRI) is leading the four-year project. Katherine Mills, also from UMaine and GMRI, is a co-investigator for the study, which also includes Andrew Thomas, Richard Wahle and Yong Chen from UMaine’s School of Marine Sciences, well as climate scientists, oceanographers, fishery scientists and economists from other institutions and organizations.

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