New Research Shows ‘Strong Correlation’ Between Baby Lobster Decline, Possible Food Source

New science is bearing down on a poorly understood part of the North American lobster’s diet. And it turns out that a tiny crustacean’s abundance may help to explain expected declines in Maine’s lobster harvest. The Gulf of Maine brims with hundreds of varieties of transparent crustaceans known as copepods.,, Recently Record has put himself at the computational nexus of a handful of data sets that track a particular copepod in the Gulf of Maine, called Calanus finmarchicus.  The clues to this connection can be found in the ocean waters off New Hampshire >click to read<11:41

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