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GMRI pioneers collaborative solutions to global ocean challenges. We're here to support the Gulf of Maine ecosystem and the communities that depend on it.
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Andrew Pershing Sep 20
I'm very excited to represent marine science on the new . Adapting to climate change and reducing carbon pollution are huge challenges, and I'm proud that Maine is taking them on in a holistic way.
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Andrew Pershing Sep 14
I’m very excited about this new initiative. Addressing climate challenges is an “all hands on deck” moment. For , this means science+education+community
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GMRI Sep 10
We know the Gulf of Maine is warming. So, what are we going to do about it?
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GMRI Sep 9
Why is the sea salty? interviewed GMRI's Zach Whitener to find out and learn how mussels get their shells. Check it out:
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GMRI Sep 5
Time to get out the fall wardrobe-- this blue lobster molted in our lab around this time a few years ago!
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GMRI Sep 3
"Each species is a masterpiece, a creation assembled with extreme care and genius." -Edward O. Wilson
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GMRI Sep 2
School is starting this week and we are so excited to have kids back in the lab for LabVenture!! Not only will they get hands-on with science and data, but they get to handle a live lobster. Of course, most students name their lobsters... here are just a few of our favorites!
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ICES Aug 29
Countdown to ! Join theme session E on integrating population structure & migration into stock assessment & management: explore methods, challenges & quantitative evaluation of outcomes. Photo: Peter Kvarnström/
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GMRI Aug 27
Great profile of Kyle Foley and our sustainable seafood program from . Read for a great run-down on why eating local seafood matters.
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GMRI Aug 22
: a Chief Development Officer and a Grant Writer! Check out the job descriptions and apply at
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GMRI Aug 19
Last chance to participate in our aquaculture Sea State event! On Thursday Aug 29, we'll be discussing Maine's aquaculture landscape with special guest Matt Moretti of Bangs Island Mussels. Seating is limited, so get your tickets soon at .
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GMRI Aug 15
TWO postdoc openings on our research team: Atlantic bluefin tuna climate research and management strategy evaluation for Northeast US groundfish. Read more & Apply:
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GMRI Aug 14
“Climate change affects all of us — today’s students need to understand the science of climate change more than any generation before them. Our job is to empower them with the climate knowledge & skills that will allow them to thrive in a warmer future."
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GMRI Aug 7
REU Intern Keith Keel caught this beautiful cod while helping fellow intern Kasey Kelly on her project. The red color is typically associated with cod that are more resident in their habitat here in the Gulf of Maine. Cod that are more migratory tend to be the more common olive.
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GMRI Aug 6
Our own Dr. Andy Pershing sat down with this week to talk about new research being published on "surprising surprises."
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Andrew Pershing Aug 5
Surprise! Our paper on surprising ocean temperatures just dropped. While warming oceans are the headline, the paper is really about adaptation in natural and human communities.
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GMRI Aug 1
Teachers share tools and resources... In the classroom, in their RTCs, and (in this scenario) on a deserted island.
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GMRI Jul 31
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Lizzy Douglas Jul 31
Washington County Motto: We Collaborate Respectfully Through Communication🕴
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Diana Allen Jul 31
Western Maine RTC slogan if he year! ⁦
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