Fisheries & Aquaculture

Fisheries & Aquaculture, Seafood Products & Safety, Uncategorized, Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin Fall/Winter 2008

From Deadliest Catch to Sustainable Catch

Can the deep-sea red crab go from “generic crabmeat” to certified sustainable delicacy? Captain Jon Williams thinks so, and he’s enlisted the help of Virginia Sea Grant extension agents for research into methods of keeping the crabs alive onshore, as well as cooking, packaging, and marketing them.

Fisheries & Aquaculture, Healthy Ecosystems, Regional Sea Grant RFP, Research, Uncategorized, Virginia Marine Resource Bulletin Fall/Winter 2008

Teaming Up

The movements of tiny fish larvae could hold the key to understanding the dynamics of fisheries in the Delaware and Chesapeake bays. A group of Sea Grant researchers from Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware are studying the oceanographic and biological forces that control when and how larval fish enter our estuaries.

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