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On the Gulf Coast, state-of-the-art GPS trackers take Whimbrel research to new heights

The Manomet Team | June 3, 2022

By Alan Kneidel This April, a flock of Manomet shorebird scientists descended on the Gulf Coast. Our arrival coincided with that of thousands...

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Could quahogs, resilient to Maine’s rapidly-changing waters, soon be as beloved as the oyster?

The Manomet Team | June 1, 2022

Story and photos by Emily Renaud Portland, Maine | May 23, 2022 There was a pleasantly briney smell in the air as I...

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To raise mental health awareness, read personal stories of how nature can nurture human wellbeing

The Manomet Team | May 31, 2022

By Radhika Bohra With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, I’ve been thinking about the role technology plays in modern mental health and...

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In Uruguay’s Laguna de Castillos, a new study shows grassland management strategies that benefit ranchers and shorebirds

The Manomet Team | May 23, 2022

By Joaquín Aldabe, Nicolas Marchand, and Santiago Medina Grasslands represent approximately 50 percent of the Earth's surface and provide fundamental ecosystem services for...

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In Maine, Manomet Fisheries advances research on green crabs, quahog aquaculture, and mudflat access for shellfish harvesters

The Manomet Team | April 28, 2022

By Jessie Batchelder Why are invasive green crabs, native to Europe, so capable of thriving in Maine’s Atlantic waters? Local biology students are...

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