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Climate-Proofing Blue Mussels

A genomics project to protect Prince Edward Island’s top-ranked place in North America’s mussel market against climate change. This $800,000 initiative is predicted to double the production and economic impact of industry that already accounts for $60 million in direct economic growth; employs 1,500 Islanders and pays $11 million in salaries.

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A genomics project to protect Prince Edward Island’s top-ranked place in North America’s mussel market against climate change. This $800,000 initiative is predicted
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