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Coastal Impacts Newsletter – Dec. 2020

  Coastal Impacts Woods Hole Sea Grant Newsletter DECEMBER 2020 CONTENTS Letter from the Director WHSG Continues DEI Efforts with Recording of Virtual Seminar on Systematic Racism in America Women in STEM Panel Discussion, Part of Girls In Science Program, ┬áAvailable For Viewing Online New Extension Bulletin Available On Use of Discarded Christmas Trees New…

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Theme Booklet: Fisheries and Aquaculture

Theme Booklet: Fisheries and Aquaculture WHOI Sea Grant 4 pp., 2000 WHOI-G-00-004 Learn more of WHOI Sea Grant’s investment in fisheries and aquaculture which has resulted in the development of better management practices and policies for shellfish harvest and shellfish aquaculture and better understanding of the life history and environmental requirements of commercially important species…

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1990-2000 – Estuarine & Coastal Processes

Snapshot WHOI Sea Grant’s investment in estuarine and coastal processes has resulted in better understanding of the physical, chemical, geological, and biological processes of coastal habitats. This information has been applied to critical management decisions in the coastal zone including water quality issues, shoreline erosion and storm damage, and food web dynamics. Background Estuarine and…

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1996-1998 Projects

School Structure and Individual Feeding Behavior of Bluefin Tuna, Thunnus thynnus Francis Juanes, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Bluefin tuna are an important commercial and recreational fish species from Labrador to Brazil. Unfortunately, tuna behavior is difficult to study in the field, and traditional stock assessment techniques are inaccurate. To help remedy these problems, researchers,…

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Bulletin: Clam Tents: A New Approach to Soft-Shell Clam Culture and Management

Bulletin: Clam Tents: A New Approach to Soft-Shell Clam Culture and Management Soft-shell clams, Mya arenaria, are an enigma to scientists, managers, and shellfish harvesters in southeastern Massachusetts and throughout the bivalve’s range. One year, clams may settle in very dense concentrations, while, the following year, there may be no soft-shell clam recruitment at the…

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2018 MVCC

Martha’s Vineyard Coastal Conference June 6, 2018 Harborview Hotel, Edgartown, Mass. Keynote A Perfect Storm: The Collision of Hurricanes, Climate Change and Coastal Population Growth Jeff Donnelly, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Coastal Research Storm-induced Shoreline Changes on MarthaÔÇÖs Vineyard Steve Elgar and Britt Raubenheimer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Research on Migration and Burial…

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