The Maine Bureau of Marine Science comprises three divisions: The Biological Monitoring and Assessment Division is responsible for the collection of information and long-term monitoring programs on commercial marine resources and their fisheries; The Division of Sea-Run Fisheries and Habitat protect, conserve, restore, and manage diadromous fish populations and conduct and coordinate projects involving research, planning, management, restoration or propagation of diadromous fishes; and the third division, Marine Education.
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Submissions from 2011
Maine Department of Marine Resources 2011-2012 Research Plan, Linda Mercer, Patrick Keliher, Maine Bureau of Marine Science, and Maine Department of Marine Resources
Submissions from 1972
Lobster Culture 1972, Robert L. Dow and Maine Department of Sea and Shore Fisheries