The feast-or-famine life of lobstering in Maine

The lobster industry has always been a rollercoaster of a profession — with lobstermen (and women) risking their lives to bring in the biggest catches. In recent years, though, global warming has heightened the rhythm of this already delicate dance: Warmer ocean temperatures lead to a glut of lobsters flooding the market, but water that is too warm can lead to dead lobsters at the bottom of the sea.,,, The consensus from fishermen and scientists alike was that the boom was caused by one of three theories,,, The subject of global warming draws a mixed reaction — just as it does among the American public — among those in the lobster industry, >click to read<09:27

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