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Climate change and storm preparedness in New England
MIT Sea Grant News
Directory of social scientists
Gloucester, Massachusetts: An Iconic Fishing Port
Natural and synthetic estrogens in wastewater treatment plant effluent and the coastal ocean
Celebrating America's Largest Commercial Fishing Port Community: Keeping maritime traditions alive (online video)
E2 Underwater Robotics at MIT (online video)
Report on the 2010 Rapid Assessment Survey of Marine Species at New England Floating Docks and Rocky Shores
Ocean Engineering Experience 2012 @ Extended (online video)
Anthropogenic and External Influences on the Gulf of Maine: Workshop Summary
Advancing an Ecosystem Approach in the Gulf of Maine
State GIS Infrastructure and Local Comprehensive Planning Activity in Northeast Coastal Watershed
Municipal Authority in the Context of CMSP
Impact of Current-Wave Interactions on Storm Surge Simulation: A Case Study for Hurricane Bob
Development of an integrated economic and ecological framework for ecosystem-based fisheries management in New England
Planning for the Future: Climate Adaptation in Hazard Mitigation Plans and Comprehensive Water Resource Management Plans
The Use of Turbulent Jets to Destratify the Charles River Basin
Assessing Stakeholder Perspectives on the Impacts of a Decade of Collaborative Fisheries Research in the Gulf of Maine and Georges Bank
Environment and Development: (Re)Connecting Community and Commons in New England Fisheries, USA
Curbing the Danger in the Betwixt and Between
Introduction: Weathering the Storms: Vulnerability and Resilience
It's Pretty Fishy...
Co-Management at the Eleventh Hour? Participation in the Governance of the New England Groundfish Fishery
The Community Panels Project: Citizen's Groups for Social Science Research and Monitoring
Creating a Place for "Community" in New England Fisheries
Reducing Risk to Life and Limb: Safety Training Steps Towards Resilience in Massachusetts' Commercial Fishing Industry
Stag-structured Matrix Modeling and Suggestions for Management of Atlantic Horseshoe Crab, "Limulus polyphemus," Populations on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Fecundity and Spawning of the Atlantic Horseshoe Crab, "Limulus polyphemus," in Pleasant Bay, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Fishing Heritage Festivals, Tourism, and Community Development in the Gulf of Maine
Marine Protected Areas: A Discussion with Stakeholders in the Gulf of Maine
New England's Fishing Communities
Role of Local Institutions in Groundfish Policy
"They" Are the Problem: Assessing Fisheries Management in New England
How pharmaceuticals and personal care products affect our environment: and what you can do to make a difference
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