EAST BLUE HILL, ME – SEPTEMBER 6: Below the surface of the Gulf of Maine, changes are happening that will impact Maine, New England and the Canadian Martimes. Since 2004, the gulf has warmed faster than any other body of water on the planet save for an area northeast of Japan. In 2012, the average water temperature in the gulf hit the highest level in the 150 years that temperature records have been kept. This photo was taken in East Blue Hill on Sunday, September 6, 2015. (Photo by Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer

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