Baby lobsters may be adaptable to changes in Gulf of Maine, study shows

Baby lobsters may be more adaptable to rapidly changing ocean conditions than previously thought, according to results of a new study conducted in Maine.

Researchers from the University of Maine Darling Marine Center in Walpole, the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in East Boothbay and the Maine Department of Marine Resources in West Boothbay Harbor teamed up to examine the effects of ocean warming and acidification on gene expression in the earliest life stages of the American lobster. Read more

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