Carl LoBue is the senor marine scientist with The Nature Conservancy on Long Island. He has been leading Great South Bay restoration efforts since he joined the organization in 2003.

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When overfishing led to the collapse of what was once the most important hard clam (a.k.a. northern quahog) fishery in the United States, a way of life and more than 6,000 jobs were lost. Worse, harmful growths of brown tide algae became chronic in the absence of the clam’s water filtration services, seriously altering the […]

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