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Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour: Episodes 9 & 10

February 29, 2016 by

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Author: Skylar Bayer Hello everyone! SFW Science Hour has been on hiatus as of recent. I had an episode back in December live on WRFR that I’ve uploaded this week with Mattie Rodrigue (Episode 9). This episode is very short because of technical difficulties in the studio that day. I’ll play the Story Collider story […]

Maine’s Ocean Acidification Report

March 15, 2015 by

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Richard Nelson is a lobster fisherman from Friendship, Maine who joined with scientists, legislators and others commissioned to study ocean acidification and its effects on commercially harvested and grown species along the coast of Maine. The following are some of the thoughts he used in addressing the press and interested parties during the release of the […]

Scallops-R-US: Some initial thoughts and observations about the Maine scallop fishery

July 25, 2012 by

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“… think we’re all on the same page even though we all disagree.” ~ Quote from a Scallop Advisory Council meeting Author: Skylar Bayer Lately, I’ve been having nightmares. Not the kind of nightmares where you’re naked in school taking an exam or being chased by a blood-sucking monster that turns out to be your […]

Fishermen Therapy

March 12, 2012 by

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Author: Mallory Watson Re-posted by permission of the author. Originally posted for The Righters on March 2, 2012. Originally posted here. I have never liked living in Miami. In fact, I’ve spent the better part of the last two years declaring my unwavering detest of Southeast Florida. It’s hot, humid, corrupt, superficial and rushed. I […]