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New England

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Economically vital Blue Crabs having a hard time dealing with marine hypoxia and acidification

Tomasetti SJ, Morrell BK, Merlo LR, Gobler CJ (2018) Individual and combined effects of low dissolved oxygen and low pH on survival of early stage larval blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0208629.    Blue Crab is the 5th most valuable fishery in the US. Known as Callinectes sapidus throughout its range, the Blue Crab […]

Cartilaginous Conundrum: Are Sharks and Skates Safe to Eat?

While smooth dogfish may not be on your list of favorite seafood, cartilaginous fish (mainly sharks and skates) may increasingly find their way onto your dinner plate due to the decline of more traditional fisheries. While increased demand for these species as a food item could help struggling seafood industries, recent proposals to use dogfish […]

Disease affects New England Lobsters

Lobster, an important crustaceous member of inshore rocky bottom ecosystems in southern New England and a favorite sweet-meated-treat of many New Englanders, has shown a decline in abundance corresponding with an increase in enzootic shell disease (ESD) since the early 1990s. Castro et al. reviewed fifteen years of research on ESD in Rhode Island’s Narragansett […]

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