08 Aug '11, 2pm

Waning of the Long Island Lobster: Today's take is a fraction of what it was in the old days, lobstermen say.

From warming waters to bacterial invasions to pesticides, the last 12 years have not been kind to the lobsters in Long Island Sound , or the fishermen who depend on them, Barton Silverman and Michael Wilson write.

Full article: http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/08/08/waning-of-the-l...

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