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Lessons of a lobster shift

A writer takes on the sea, and a hot debate

By Chris Berdik
Globe Correspondent / May 30, 2004

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For two years, Trevor Corson lived lobsters. He woke before dawn and worked long days on a lobster boat off the Maine coast. He went to sea with lobster ecologists who studied the tasty crustaceans using submarines and robot lobsters. He pored over hundreds of pages from government reports about lobster population changes. And, yeah, he ate a few, too. (Full Article: 1395 Words)

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