Ghost Fishing, Nitrogen Pollution, Rubber Debris Targeted in Local Efforts to Clean Up the Sound


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Twenty years ago, rising water temperatures, nitrogen pollution and disease wiped out the lobster population in Long Island Sound. Lobstermen picked up and left, in many cases leaving their traps behind. But on the floor of the Sound, tens of thousands of traps are still working, catching the few remaining lobsters along with other species.Subscribe […]
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Angela Carella

For 36 years prior to joining the Connecticut Examiner, Angela Carella was a beat reporter, investigative reporter, editor and columnist for the Stamford Advocate. Carella reports on Stamford and Fairfield County. T: 203 722 6811.