SCARBOROUGH, ME – OCTOBER 21: A lobster boat heads out to sea at Pine Point in Scarborough on Lobsterman on Wednesday, October 21, 2015. Warming temperatures and increased acidity in the Gulf of Maine could have an impact on the Maine’s $457 million lobster fishery. Robert Steneck, a lobster expert at the University of Maine’s Darling Marine Center, warns that warming temperatures do bring a potential peril to the fishery because lobster larvae don’t survive when the water is too cold or too warm. (Photo by Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer)

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