UMaine News: Joshua Stoll receives fellowship to support Maine’s lobster industry

Joshua Stoll, assistant professor of marine science and policy and Mitchell Center faculty fellow, has been awarded a two-year fellowship in quantitative fisheries and ecosystem science from the Cooperative Institute for the North Atlantic Region (CINAR).

Funding from the fellowship will be used to support a postdoctoral researcher who will conduct research on resilience in the lobster fishery with Josh and his collaborators. The research project, “Fishing in Hot Water: Defining Sentinel Resilience Indicators in the American Lobster Fishery,” has also received Mitchell Center funding.

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