2022-2023

Resource Year Topic
Promoting the sustainability of New Hampshire oyster aquaculture by improving pathogenic Vibrio management tools and contingencies
Though infections by the bacterium Vibrio parahaemolyticus have increased in the Northeast, New Hampshire and Maine have avoided any Vibrio-linked ill...
2022-2023 Aquaculture
Diversifying the New England Sea Vegetable Aquaculture Industry – Phase II: Line Seeding Technology and Grow-out Trials for Longline Nori Production
Seaweed aquaculture in the Gulf of Maine has exploded in the last ten years, but is based on a single species. This project seeks to diversify the ind...
2022-2023 Aquaculture
What ‘goes with the flow’? Linking Zostera marina reproduction and genetic diversity with oceanographic drivers in Great Bay Estuary
Lumpfish are a species that may become economically important in aquaculture and offer a unique opportunity to understand climate change in the Gulf o...
2022-2023 Wetlands
Team LuMP — Lumpfish Mapping Project
Lumpfish are a species that may become economically important in aquaculture and offer a unique opportunity to understand climate change in the Gulf o...
2022-2023 Aquaculture
Factors influencing PFAS bioaccumulation and biomagnification in marine food webs associated with AFFF sources in a New England estuary
Attention and concern have increasingly grown around PFAS, and little is known about how it accumulates in seafood.
2022-2023 Water Quality and Safety
Development and evaluation of a culturally tailored online nutrition education program targeting fish consumption among Hispanic adults
Eating fish is a healthy choice, but those who need it most may not be getting the nutritional education to help them benefit from seafood diets.
2022-2023 Human Health