E-17-02 Large-scale culture methods for blue mussel seed production in Maine and the Northeast: experimental laboratory & field trials Catherine Schmitt Wed, 11/15/2017 - 14:31

Brian Beal
Downeast Institute for Applied Marine Research


E-17-01 Sustainable post-harvest processing and value-addition of cultured seaweed Catherine Schmitt Wed, 11/15/2017 - 14:28

Balunkeswar Nayak
Assistant Professor of Food Processing
School of Food and Agriculture
University of Maine

John Belding
Advanced Manufacturing Center, UMaine

Mary Ellen Camire
School of Food and Agriculture, UMaine

Xuan Chen
School of Economics, UMaine

Jennifer Perry
School of Food and Agriculture, UMaine

Denise Skonberg
School of Food and Agriculture, UMaine

Peter Van Walsum
Chemical and Biological Engineering, UMaine

DV-17-22 Bagaduce Watershed Monitoring Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:36

Bailey Bowden
Town of Penobscot Alewife Committee
Penobscot, ME

DV-17-21 Midcoast Maine Water Quality for Our Communities Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:33

Sarah Gladu
Damariscotta River Association
Damariscotta, ME

DV-17-20 Developing consistent methods to collect biological data at field stations across the Gulf of Maine Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:29

Hannah Webber
Schoodic Institute
Winter Harbor, ME

Dan DenDanto
EMC Blair Research Station
Mount Desert Rock, ME

DV-17-20 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Annual Meeting Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:27

Bob Twilley
President, Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation
Seattle, WA

The mission of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation is to advance understanding and stewardship of estuarine and coastal ecosystems worldwide through promoting research supporting education, and facilitating communication among scientists, government, and the public. The Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation is the only scientific society whose members focus exclusively on the essential intersection of research, management and restoration of estuarine and coastal ecosystems.

DV-17-18 Growth and physiological sensitivity of early stage Gulf of Maine crustaceans in response to ocean warming Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:24

David Fields
Senior Research Scientist
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
East Boothbay, ME

Temperature is the primary factor that determines survival and development in newly hatched crustaceans such as lobster. The ability of these early stages to develop in the face of increasingly warm ocean conditions will determine what species are able to maintain populations in the Gulf of Maine over the course of the next century.

DV-17-17 Transmission dynamics of green crab parasites on the Maine coast Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 13:23

Ian Bricknell
School of Marine Sciences
University of Maine

DV-17-15 Expanding the Phytoplankton Monitoring Volunteer Program Catherine Schmitt Mon, 10/02/2017 - 11:29

Amy Hamilton Vailea
Maine Department of Marine Resources
West Boothbay Harbor, ME