The Gulf of Maine, which stretches from Boston to the Bay of Fundy, is a microco
The Gulf of Maine, which stretches from Boston to the Bay of Fundy, is a microcosm of the problems facing the world's oceans. Former U.S. senator George Mitchell argues that although the Gulf is relatively clean now, it faces the same threats of pollution and over-fishing. He claims the 200-mile international fishing limit has failed to protect fishermen and that an international, interdiscilinary response to the Gulf's threats is warranted.
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Mitchell, George J. and Platt, David D., "The Gulf of Maine, which stretches from Boston to the Bay of Fundy, is a microco" (1995). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 269.
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