Comments for: Portland symposium addresses climate change’s effects on lobster fishery

Posted Nov. 29, 2012, at 6:04 p.m.
Last modified Nov. 30, 2012, at 12:13 a.m.

PORTLAND | Scientists from throughout the northeastern United States and Atlantic Canada, and even a few from Europe, are gathered in Portland this week to discuss the venerable Homarus americanus, also known as the American lobster. The symposium, hosted by the Maine Sea Grant program at the University of …

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  • Anonymous

    They are starting to push the global warming crap again.. We haven’t forgotten the lies you got caught in.. Go home

    • Anonymous

      I’m not a global warming alarmist, and I think it’s a hard thing to prove how much effect human activity is having on our climate, but I am a lobster fisherman who keeps my own records on a variety of things related to my catch (including surface water temps in the areas I fish). There is absolutely no doubt that the water is warming up, and staying warmer longer.

      • Anonymous

        Thanks for your candor, from an expert.

      • Thanks for chiming in.

  • Anonymous

    This global warming hoax is pretty sly. Those green types made sure to time their prank with a vast increase in carbon emissions and other gases that trap heat. The real reason for warming, of course, is some undefined oscillation in the planet’s orbit, or maybe sunspots, or cosmic rays. Anything but those verified increases in gases which capture heat. Anything. Limbaugh says so.

  • Here we go again! Lobster flavored kool aid this time!…yum!

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