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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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Diseases, Pests, and Predators of Concern to New England Shellfish Growers

Diseases, Pests, and Predators of Concern to New England Shellfish Growers Walton, W. brochures, 2005 WHOI-H-05-002, 003, and 004 Also available as PDF files by clicking on the topic of interest: diseases, pests, predators If you are a shellfish grower, harvester, or resource manager, you are well aware that diseases, pests, and predators are issues…

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First Coastal Acidification Monitoring Blitz in the Northeast

Join the first coastal acidification monitoring blitz in the Northeast – Aug 22 and 23, 2019 Shell Day aims to engage water quality monitoring organizations by focusing on coastal acidification measurements during a “blitz” throughout the New England coast on August 22 & 23, 2019. This citizen science collaboration will raise awareness of the opportunities…

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Teacher Workshop: June 5, 2015

Fish ecology in the Atlantic, from the tropics to New England:  How studying fish diets tells about their changing ecosystems   What are the fish we eat eating?   Date: June 2015    Presenter: Dr. Joel Llopiz, WHOI Biology Department   Description: Professional Development workshop for Teachers Grade 6-12   Classroom activities   Fish food webs…

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