|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...
|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...
|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...
Alewife Population Assessment and Aquaculture
Identification of endemic lineages of Vibrio parahaemolyticus causing regional outbreaks and their occurrence in New Hampshire shellfish waters.
|2014-2015||Aquaculture, Genetics, Human Health|
Diversifying the New England sea vegetable aquaculture industry: modification of kelp nursery and grow-out technology for nori production.
This project is about improving the economic sustainability of Northeast aquaculture using a wastes-to-resources approach via integrated farming model...
|2018-2019||Aquaculture, Innovative Technology|
|Vibrio virulence in shellfish
This project is about examining the impact of phage on enhanced virulence and population expansion of non-native Vibrio parahaemolyticus into northeas...
|2018-2019||Aquaculture, Fisheries, Human Health|
|Characterizing the genetic stock structure of striped bass to improve marine culture and inform fishery management
This project is about characterizing the genetic stock structure of striped bass to improve marine culture and inform fishery management.
|2018-2019||Aquaculture, Fisheries, Genetics|