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Fellow Digs into Fish DNA to Inform White Marlin Management

Fellow Digs into Fish DNA to Inform White Marlin Management

Nadya Mamoozadeh will use genetic tools to determine the how many white marlin populations are in the Atlantic Ocean.

Collaboration is Key in Sea Level Rise Resiliency Planning at 12th Adaptation Forum

Collaboration is Key in Sea Level Rise Resiliency Planning at 12th Adaptation Forum

In May, people from different sectors gathered to discuss sea level rise resiliency planning in Hampton Roads.

Fellow to Study How Livestock Antibiotics Affect Nutrient-Balancing Microbes

Fellow to Study How Livestock Antibiotics Affect Nutrient-Balancing Microbes

Miguel Semedo will study how antibiotics fed to livestock affect microbes.

Could State-of-the-Art Management Make Shellfish Disease Problems Worse?

Could State-of-the-Art Management Make Shellfish Disease Problems Worse?

Current shellfish disease management might let new diseases slip by.

Sea Turtle Scientist Takes Communication to New Level in VASG Seminar

Sea Turtle Scientist Takes Communication to New Level in VASG Seminar

A graduate student’s science communication project crosses institutional boundaries.

VCPC Partners with Southeast CARE Coalition to Address Environmental Issues in Newport News Community

VCPC Partners with Southeast CARE Coalition to Address Environmental Issues in Newport News Community

Together, the Virginia Coastal Policy Center and Southeast CARE Coalition are tackling sea level rise and land use issues.

Plants Can Stand Up to Harsh Waves Better Than You Think

Plants Can Stand Up to Harsh Waves Better Than You Think

Yongqian Yang used computer modeling to help raise living shorelines engineers’ confidence in plants.

Extension Leads Conversation on Whelk Management Toward Sustainability

Extension Leads Conversation on Whelk Management Toward Sustainability

Bob Fisher hopes that changing whelk management will take stress off both populations and fisheries.

Virginia Continues to Lead in Clam and Oyster Aquaculture

Virginia Continues to Lead in Clam and Oyster Aquaculture

Virginia Institute of Marine Science survey shows $48.3 in shellfish aquaculture farm-gate value in 2015.

Intern Finds Inspiration in the Challenges of Indoor Event Photography

Intern Finds Inspiration in the Challenges of Indoor Event Photography

Zoe Jakovenko gained new photography skills as a Virginia Sea Grant intern.

VCPC Helps Plant Change in Southeast Community of Newport News

VCPC Helps Plant Change in Southeast Community of Newport News

The Virginia Coastal Policy Center and the Southeast CARE Coalition partnered for a second year to plant trees in the Southeast Community.

Student with Sights on International Development Gets Practical Experience with VCPC

Student with Sights on International Development Gets Practical Experience with VCPC

In the Virginia Coastal Policy Center, Emily Gabor does hands-on work for the southeast community project.

VIMS Extension Staff Encourage Non-Native Catfish Research Collaboration

VIMS Extension Staff Encourage Non-Native Catfish Research Collaboration

Tom Murray and Bob Fisher organized a meeting to share non-native catfish research updates.

Serving an Icon and an Invader at the 24th Chefs’ Seafood Symposium

Serving an Icon and an Invader at the 24th Chefs’ Seafood Symposium

Virginia’s culinary community learned about native oysters and invasive blue catfish at this year’s Chefs’ Seafood Symposium.

Future Air Force Lawyer Studying Environmental Issues in VCPC

Future Air Force Lawyer Studying Environmental Issues in VCPC

Ross Hoogstraten will help determine legal responsibility for ditch maintenance in Matthews County.

What Environmental Factors Affect Larval Fish Survival? (VIDEO)

What Environmental Factors Affect Larval Fish Survival? (VIDEO)

Cindy Marin Martinez of Virginia Institute of Marine Science discusses environmental factors that might affect larval fish survival in Chesapeake Bay.

VCPC Inspires Virginian Student

VCPC Inspires Virginian Student

While in the VCPC, Day will help the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality develop policy for the Coastal Zone Management Program.

Economic and Social Values of Local Seafood Emerge from 2016 Summit

Economic and Social Values of Local Seafood Emerge from 2016 Summit

In February, VASG co-hosted the Local Seafood Summit, an opportunity for people involved in seafood direct marketing to network and learn.

What Caused Mass Mortalities at Virginian Oyster Farms? (VIDEO)

What Caused Mass Mortalities at Virginian Oyster Farms? (VIDEO)

Graduate Research Fellow Joey Matt discusses how mass mortality events at Virginian oyster farms may be attributable to the accidental reproductive capabilities of supposedly sterile oysters.

VCPC Student Shaping Coastal Zone Management Policy

VCPC Student Shaping Coastal Zone Management Policy

As a VCPC student, Jonathan Gonzalez is helping develop policy for the Coastal Zone Management Program.

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