A Self-Contained, Autonomous Plankton Collection, Sorting, and Storage System
The overall goal of this project was to design and test a system capable of autonomously collecting, sorting and storing large amounts of wild zooplankton. It was hoped that the development of such a system would enable wild zooplankton to be used as food in commercial scale marine fish aquaculture operations.
Available from the National Sea Grant Library (use NHU number to search) or NH Sea Grant
- WINNOW: a self-contained, autonomous plankton collection, sorting, and storage system (1997). Govinda Haines, Wade Ireland, Anne Leavitt, Lars Andersson and Brian Lytz. Advisors: W. Huntting Howell and Kenneth Baldwin.