Comments for: Can tiny boats help scientists learn about salmon?

Posted March 22, 2012, at 5:27 p.m.

BELFAST | With a gentle splash, the two small, unmanned sailboats dropped into the water Thursday morning off a dock at Front Street Shipyard under the watchful eyes of scientists from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. The sunshiny spring day provided perfect conditions to test the latest initiative …

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  • Anonymous

    What a waste of time, money, and man-power if you know the real facts regarding science, biologists, the ESA and Atlantic Salmon.

    • Anonymous

      I’ll regret this but…
      Please, tell us the real facts. I’m certain that the dedicated people at ASC, IFW, and NOAA await enlightenment.

    • Anonymous

      Yes outdoorman, we’re waiting…

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