Hannah Aichelman will study how coral found off Virginia’s coast responds to climate change.
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Virginia Sea Grant extension helped organize Marine Science Day at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
Are present-day oysters more tolerant to their notorious Dermo parasite? Lauren Huey looks to the past to find out.
Joey Matt is trying to figure out why “sterile” oysters at commercial farms died en masse.
Nadya Mamoozadeh will use genetic tools to determine the how many white marlin populations are in the Atlantic Ocean.
In May, people from different sectors gathered to discuss sea level rise resiliency planning in Hampton Roads.
Miguel Semedo will study how antibiotics fed to livestock affect microbes.
Current shellfish disease management might let new diseases slip by.
A graduate student’s science communication project crosses institutional boundaries.
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.
Yongqian Yang used computer modeling to help raise living shorelines engineers’ confidence in plants.
Bob Fisher hopes that changing whelk management will take stress off both populations and fisheries.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science survey shows $48.3 in shellfish aquaculture farm-gate value in 2015.
Zoe Jakovenko gained new photography skills as a Virginia Sea Grant intern.
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center and the Southeast CARE Coalition partnered for a second year to plant trees in the Southeast Community.
In the Virginia Coastal Policy Center, Emily Gabor does hands-on work for the southeast community project.
Tom Murray and Bob Fisher organized a meeting to share non-native catfish research updates.
Virginia’s culinary community learned about native oysters and invasive blue catfish at this year’s Chefs’ Seafood Symposium.
Ross Hoogstraten will help determine legal responsibility for ditch maintenance in Matthews County.
Cindy Marin Martinez of Virginia Institute of Marine Science discusses environmental factors that might affect larval fish survival in Chesapeake Bay.