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UJNR Aquaculture Panel Literature Exchange 2001

From United States Aquaculture Panel, UJNR
To Japanese Panel, UJNR

Selected Titles

Eileen M. McVey
Aquaculture Librarian
Library and Information Services Division, NOAA
In cooperation with the United States Federal Departments and Agencies
under the Federal Joint Subcommittee on Aquaculture

December 2002

A.  Books and Monographs

  1. Barber, Bruce J.  A Guide to Bivalve Diseases for Aquaculturists in the Northeastern U.S.  School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine.  MSG-T-99-1. [1999].

  2. Hodson, Ronald G.  Farming a New Fish Hybrid Striped Bass.  North Carolina Sea Grant Publication UNC-SG-95-10.  December 1995.

  3. Hurley, D. H. and Randal L. Walker.  Effects of Mesh Size and Stocking Density on Growth and Survival of Mercenaria mercenaria Seed Cultured Under Bottomlesss Cage Enclosures in Coastal Georgia.  Marine Extension Bulletin No 19.  (October 2000) University of Georgia, Athens.  2000.

  4. Committee on Earth and Environmental Sciences.  Economics Task Group on Global Change.  Economics and Global Change:  The FY 1993 Research Program on the Economics of Global Change.  National Science Foundation.  1993.

  5. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.  Aquaculture Best Management Practices Manual.  July 2000.  Tallahassee, Florida 32301.

  6. Lee, Cheng-Sheng and Edward M. Donaldson. Reproductive Biotechnology in Finfish Aquaculture.  Proceedings of a Workshop Hosted by the Oceanic Institute, Hawaii, USA in Honolulu, 4-7th October 1999. 1999.

  7. Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center.  Aquaculture in Maine.  With the Maine Aquaculture Association & University of Maine Sea Grant College Program.  September 1989.  ESMG-89-11.

  8. Nash, Colin.  Editor.  The Net-Pen Salmon Farming Industry in the Pacific Northwest.  September 2001.  National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMGS-NWFSC-49.

  9. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  Resident Research Associateships.  Postdoctoral and Senior Research Awards.  2002. 

  10. National Science and Technology Council.  Committee on Environment and Natural Resources.  National Assessment of Harmful Algal Blooms in US Waters.  n.d.

  11. National Sea Grant Program.  Marine Aquaculture.  Economic Opportunities for the 21st Century. Texas Sea Grant College Program.  TAMU-SG-01-603.  [2000].

  12. National Sea Grant Program.  Our Nations Fisheries.  A Proud and Troubled Heritage. Texas Sea Grant College Program.  TAMU-SG-01-602.  [2000].

  13. North Carolina Department of Agriculture.  Aquaculture in North Carolina.  Catfish: Inputs, Outputs and Economics.  North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources.  n.d.

  14. North Carolina Department of Agriculture.  Aquaculture in North Carolina.  Crawfish: Inputs, Outputs and Economics.   North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources. n.d.

  15. North Carolina Department of Agriculture.  Aquaculture in North Carolina.  Hybrid Striped Bass: Inputs, Outputs and Economics.  North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources.  n.d.

  16. North Carolina Department of Agriculture.  Aquaculture in North Carolina.  Rainbow Trout: Inputs, Outputs and Economics.  North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources.  n.d.

  17. Pollnac, Richard B and Priscilla Weeks, Editor. Coastal Aquaculture in Developing Countries:  Problems and Perspectives. University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI: International Center for Marine Resources Development.  1992.

  18. Smith, Theodore I. J. et al.  A Guide to Pond Culture of Hybrid Striped Bass.  South Carolina Sea Grant Extension Program. MRS Specific Scientific Report No. 16.  Revised October 1996.

  19. Subcommittee on Global Change Research, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources of the National Science and Technology Council. Our Changing Planet.  The FY2001 U.S. Global Change Research Program, Environment Division, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President, Washington, DC.   2000.

  20. Walker, Randal L.  Comparison of Field Culture Methods for the Northern Quahog in the Coastal Waters of Georgia.  Marine Extension Bulletin No. 17 (June 1997).  University of Georgia, Athens, 1997. 

  21. Walker, Randal L., Charra L. Reeves and Dorset H. Hurley.  Construction of the Mesh-bag-line System for Culturing Quahog in Soft-Bottom Areas.  Marine Extension Bulletin No. 18 (August 1997).  University of Georgia, Athens. 1997.

  22. Walker, Randal L. and Dorset H. Hurley.  Biological Feasibility of Mesh Bag Culture of the Northern Quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (L) in Soft-Bottom Sediments in Coastal Waters of Georgia.   No. 16 (1995):  Marine Extension Bulletin, University of Georgia, Athens, 1995.

  23. Walker, Randal L. and Dorset H. Hurley.  Spawning of the Northern Quahog Mercenaria mercenaria  (Linne), According to Micro-Habitat in Tidal Creek In Coastal Georgia.  No. 20 (2000):  Marine Extension Bulletin.  University of Georgia, Athens, 2000.

  24. U.S. Department of Commerce.  Turning to the Sea:  America’s Ocean Future.  Office of Public and Constituent Affairs, Washington, DC.  September 1999 and August 2001.

  25. Wallace, Richard K. and Kristen M. Fletcher.  Understanding Fisheries Management.  A Manual for Understanding the Federal Fisheries Management Process, Including the Analysis of the 1996 Sustainable Fisheries Act.  Second Edition.  Auburn University and the University of Mississippi Sea Grant Programs.  n.d.

  26. Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. 1998 Wisconsin Aquaculture Directory. Division of Marketing, Agricultural Development and Diversification, 2811 Agriculture Drive, PO Box 8911, Madison, WI  53708-8911: 1998.

B.  Brochures

  1. Fee Fishing in North Carolina.  North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources.  (Brochure)

  2. Kupper, Richard W., Dorset H Hurley and Randal L. Walker.  A Comparison of Six Diets on the Growth of Black Sea Bass, Centroptistis striata in an Aquacultural Environment.  Georgia Sea Grant Program, University of Georgia.  Bulletin No. 21, September 2000.

  3. North Carolina Aquaculture.  North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Division of Aquaculture and Natural Resources.  (Brochure)

  4. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service.  Georgia Clams. (Brochure)

  5. Walker, Randal. L. Ph. D.  Shellfish Aquaculture Laboratory.  9 pp.  n.d.

  6. Walker, Randal L. and Deborah A. Moroney.  Growth of Juvenile Black Sea Bass Centropristis striata, Fed Either a Commercial Salmon or Trout Diet.  Shellfish Aquaculture Laboratory, Marine Extension Service, University of Georgia, Savannah, GA  31411-1011.

C.  Journal Reprints and single copies of Journals

  1. Gulf of Mexico Science.  An International Journal.  17(2 ) (1999 Dec):   pp. 59-138.  Published by the Marine Environmental Science Consortium of Alabama.  Note:  Entire issue.

  2. Coast and Sea. Vol. 9, no. 22001. Notes: (Producing Pompano)  Entire issue.

  3. Adams, M. Paige R. L. Walker and P. B. Heffernan. "The Effects of Stocking Density, Bag Mesh Size, and Bottom Sediment on the Growth and Survival of the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, with Emphasis on Controlling Oyster Spat Fouling." Journal of Applied Aquaculture Vol. 4, no. 4 (1994): pp. 25-44.

  4. Arnold, William S. et al. "Hard Clam (Mercenaria Spp.) Aquaculture in Florida, USA:  Geographic Information System Applications to Lease Site Selection." Aquacultural Engineering 2000, no. 23: pp.203-231.

  5. Buchanan, John T. et al. "Transfection of Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Embryos." Marine Biotechnology 3 (2001): pp. 322-335.

  6. Burrage, Dave and Ben Posadas.  “Economics of Marine Resources.”  Marine Resources and History of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, 3: (1998): pp. 69-80.

  7. Burton, Ronald S. and Mia J. Tegner. "Enhancement of Red Abalone, Haliotis rufescens, Stocks at San Miguel Island:  Reassessing a Success Story." Marine Ecology Progress Series 202 (August 2000): pp. 303-308.

  8. Goldberg, Ronald and Randal L. Walker. "Cage Culture of Yearling Surf Clams, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), in Coastal Georgia." Journal of Shellfish Research.  9, no. 1 (1990): pp. 187-193.

  9. Goudey, C. A, G. Loverich, H. Kite-Powell, and B. A. Costa-Pierce.  “Mitigating the Environmental Effects of Mariculture Through Single-Point Moorings (SPMS) and Drifting Cages.”  ICES Journal of Marine Science, 58 (2001):  pp. 497-503.

  10. Hurley, Dorset H. and Randal L. Walker. "The Effects of Larval Stocking Density on Growth, Survival, and Development of Laboratory-Reared Spisula solidissima similis  (Say, 1822)." Journal of Shellfish Research 15, no. 3 (1996): pp. 715-718.

  11. Hurley, Dorset H. and Randal L. Walker. "The Effects of Temperature and Salinity upon Larval Growth, Survival and Development in Hatchery Reared Southern Atlantic Surfclams Spisula solidissima similis.Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 28 (4) (December 1997):  pp. 407-411.

  12. Hurley, Dorset H., Randal L. Walker and Francis X. O’Beirn.  “Growth and Survival of Spisula Solidissima similis Larvae Fed Different Ratios of Tahitian Strain Isochrysis Species.  Journal of Shellfish Research, 16 (1) (1997): pp. 151-155.

  13. Martello, Linda B. and Ronald S. Tjeerdema.  ACombined Effects of Pentachlorophenal and Salinity Stress on Chemiluminescence Activity in Two Species of Abalone@Aquatic Toxicology.  51 (2001):  pp. 351-362.

  14. Martello, Linda  B., Carolyn S. Friedman and Ronald S. Tjeerdema. "Combined Effects of Pentachlorophenal and Salinity Stress on Phagocytic and Chemotactic Function in Two Species of Abalone."  Aquatic Toxicology.  49 (2000): pp. 213-225.

  15. Moroney, Deborah A. and Randal L. Walker. "The Effects of Tidal and Bottom Placement on the Growth, Survival and Fouling of the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica." Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 30, no. 4 (December 1999): pp. 433-442.

  16. Moroney, Deborah A. and Randall L. Walker.  "Recruitment Patterns of the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, Along a Creek Gradient in House Creek, Little Tybee Island, Georgia." Journal of Shellfish Research 17, no. 4 (1998): pp. 1085-1091.

  17. O’Beirn, Francis X. et al.  “Culture of Surfclams Spisula solidissima sp., in Coastal Georgia: Nursery Culture.  Journal of Shellfish Research, 16 (1) (1997): pp. 157-160.

  18. O'Beirn, Francis X., Peter B. Heffernan and Randal L. Walker. "Recruitment of the Eastern Oyster on Coastal Georgia:  Patterns and Recommendations." North American Journal of Fisheries Management 16 (1996): pp. 413-426.

  19. O'Beirn, Francis X., et al. "Microgeographical Variations in Gametogenesis and Sex Ratios in the Eastern Oyster at Two Marsh Sites in Georgia." Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 127 (1998): pp. 298-308.

  20. O'Beirn, Francis X., Randall L. Walker and Peter B. Heffernan. "Enhancement of Subtidal Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, Recruitment Using Mesh Bag Enclosures." Journal of Shellfish Research 15, no. 2: pp. 313-318.

  21. Peterson, Mark S. et al.  “Laboratory Growth Responses of Juvenile Mugil sp. To Temperature and Salinity:  Delineating Optimal Field Growth Conditions.  Proceedings of the Fifty-First Annual Gulf of Mexico Caribbean Fisheries Institute.  November 1998:  pp. 341-352.

  22. Shi, Wei, Ming-Yi Sun Marirosa Molina and Robert E. Hodson. "Variability in the Distribution of Lipid Biomarkers and their Molecular Isotopic Composition in Atlamaha Estuarine Sediments:  Implication for the Relative Contribution of Organic Matter From Various Sources." Organic Geochemistry 32 (2001): pp. 453-467.

  23. Shike, H. C., Shimizu K. S. Klimpel and J. C. Burns. "Expression of Foreign Genes in Primary Cultured Cells of the Blue Shrimp, Penaeus stylirostris." Marine Biology 137 (2000): pp. 605-11.

  24. Spruck, Christopher R. Randal L. Walker Mary L. Sweeney and Dorset H. Hurley. "Gametogenic Cycle in the Non-Native Atlantic Surf Clam, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), Cultured in the Coastal Waters of Georgia." Gulf Research Reports 9, no. 2 (March 1994): pp. 131-137.

  25. Thorrold, Simon R. et al. "Natal Homing in a Marine Fish Population." Science 291 (January 2001): pp. 297-299.

  26. Tibbetts, John H. "Shrimp Aquaculture Challenges and Potential." Coastal Heritage 16, no. 1 (Summer 2001): 16 pp.

  27. Walker, Randal L. "Comparative Gametogenesis of Spisula solidissima solidissima and Spisula solidissima similis Cultured in Coastal Georgia." Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 29, no. 3 (September 1998): pp. 304-312.

  28. Walker, Randal L. "Growth and Survival of the Blood Ark, Anadara ovalis (Bruguiere, 1789), in Coastal Georgia."  Georgia Journal of Science 56 (1998) 181-200.

  29. Walker, Randal L. and Francis X. O=Beirn.  AEmbryonic and Larval Development of Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822) (Bivalvia:  Mactridae).@  The Veliger.  39, no. 1, (January 2, 1996): pp. 60-64.

  30. Walker, Randal L. and Peter B. Heffernan. "The Effects of Cage Mesh Size and Tidal Level Placement on the Growth and Survival of Clams, Mercenaria  mercenaria (L.) and Spisula Solidissima (Dillwyn), in the Coastal Waters of Georgia." Northeast Gulf Science 11, no. 1 (July 1990): pp. 29-38.

  31. Walker, Randal L. and Peter Be Heffernan.  "Intertidal Growth and Survival of Northern Quahogs Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus 1758) and Atlantic Surf Clams Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn 1817) in Georgia." Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 21, no. 4 (December 1990): pp. 307-313.

  32. Walker, Randal L. "Sex Ratio of the Northern Quahog According to Age, Size and Habitat in Coastal Waters of Georgia." Transactions of the America Fisheries Society 124 (1995): pp. 929-934.

  33. Walker, Randal L., Dorset H. Hurley and Michelle L. Jansen. "Fecundity of the Southern Atlantic Surfclam Spisula solidissima similis." The Progressive Fish Culturist 58 (1996): pp. 252-257.

  34. Walker, Randal L., Dorset H. Hurley and Deborah A. Moroney.  “Culture of Juvenile Atlantic Surfclams, Spisula solidissima solidissima and Spisula solidissima similes, in Force-flow Upwellers in a Bivalve Hatchery in Coastal Georgia.  Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 28 (1) (March 1997):  pp. 27-33.

  35. Walker, Randal L. Dorset H. Hurley and Richard Kupfer. "Growth and Survival of Atlantic Surfclam, Spisula solidissima, Larvae and Juveniles Fed Various Microalga Diets." Journal of Shellfish Research 17, no. 1 (1998): pp. 211-214.

  36. Walker, Randal L. et al. "Growth of Mercenaria mercenaria Larvae and Juveniles Fed Two Microalgal Species Under Greenhouse Hatchery Conditions in Coastal Georgia." Georgia Journal of Science 55 (1997): pp. 231-240.

  37. Walker, Randal L., Peter B. Heffernan, John W. Crenshaw Jr. and Joe Hoats. "Effects of Mesh Size, Stocking Density and Depth on the Growth and Survival of Pearl Net Cultured Bay Scallops, Argopecten irradians concentricus, in Shrimp Ponds in South Carolina, U.S.A." Journal of Shellfish Research 10, no. 2 (1991): pp. 465-469.

  38. Walker, Randal L., Peter Be Heffernan, John W. Crenshaw Jr. and Joe Hoats. "Mariculture of the Southern Bay Scallop, Argopecten irradians concentricus (Say, 1822), in the Southeastern U.S." Journal of Shellfish Research (n.a.) ((n.a.)): pp. 313-21.

  39. Watts, Stephen A. S,. Anne Boettger, James B. McClintock and John M. Lawrence. "Gonad Production in the Sea Urchin Lytechinus variegatus (Lamarck) Fed Prepared Diets." Journal of Shellfish Research 17, no. 5 (1998): pp. 1591-95.  Notes: MASGP-97-031, Grant number NA56RG0129.

D.  Multimedia and Internet References

  1. Jensen, Gary L. Bibliography of Resource Materials on HACCP and Quality Assurance for the Aquaculture Sector.  September 1997. [http://www-seafood.ucdavis.edu/haccp/usdabib.htm]

  2. CFAST.  Collection of Proceedings from the 1996, 1998, and 2000 International Conferences on Recirculating Aquaculture.  CD-ROM. Blacksburg, VA: Center for Organizational and Technological Advancement, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, [2000].

  3. Developer James W. and Mary S. Clark Masterson. Aquaculture Interactive.  A Digital Aquaculture Textbook.  CD-ROM. Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution, Inc., 2001.

  4. United States Agricultural Research Service. Nutrient Data Laboratory.  On going. [http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/cgi-bin/nut_search.pl]

E.  Conference and Workshop Proceedings

  1. Bridger Christopher, J. and Timothy H. Reid.  Editors.  Open Ocean Aquaculture IV.  Symposium Program and Abstracts.  June 17-20, 2001.  St. Andrews, New Brunswick. MASGP-01-006.  2001. 

  2. Dunning. Rebecca. Editor.  Aquaculture North Carolina.  North Carolina Aquaculture Development Conference.  February 1-3, 2001. 

  3. Metcalf, Karen and Paul Zajicek. Editors.  Proceedings of the Florida Sturgeon Culture Risk Assessment Workshop.  Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Aquaculture. 2001.

  4. Rickards, William L. and Pauli Fitzgerald.  Sustainable Cobia Culture and Fisheries.  Virginia Sea Grant College Program, VSG-01-07.  [2000]

  5. Shen, Jianzhong, Sun Hong and Terry L. Schaefer.  Natural Disaster Mitigation and Reduction in China and United States.  Developments and Perspectives.  Proceedings of U.S./China Workshop on Natural Disaster Mitigation and Reduction (1997).  China Ocean Press 1999.

  6. University of Maine, Cooperative Extension.  Shellfish Aquaculture in Maine.  Priority Setting Meeting Proceedings.  January 6, 2000.
     
  7. U. S. Department of Commerce.  International Sea Level Workshop 10-11, June 1997, Honolulu, Hawaii.  Workshop Report. April 1998.  GCOS No. 43, GOOS No. 55, ICPO No. 16. 1998.

  8. U.S. Department of Commerce.  Special Summer of 1999 Aquaculture Workshop Report.  A workshop held in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations Science Center Auditorium on August 11-13, 1999.

F.  Miscellaneous Reports

  1. Brouwer, Marius.  Reproductive Effects of Estrogenic and Antiestrogenic Chemicals on Sheepshead Minnow (Cyprinodon variegates).  Final Technical Report.  MASGP-99-002.  1999.

  2. Brown, William H.,  C. David Veal and William J. Demoran.  Development of a Large-Scale, Minimum-Labor-Input System for Mass Rearing of Crassostrea virginica.  Final Progress Report.  MASGP-73-023.  Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium.  1973.

  3. Bureau of Seafood and Aquaculture Marketing.  Identifying and Assessing Potential Direct Markets for Farm-raised Shrimp Grown on Small Farms.  University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.  2000.

  4. Garrett J. Huffman.  Editor.  Regulatory Options for the Commercial Rearing of Lake Sturgeon.  Report to the Legislature.  74 pp.  Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection and Natural Resource.  PO Box 8911, Madison, WI  53708-8911, 2000.

  5. Goudey, Clifford A., and Brandy Moran.  A Pilot Haddock Hatchery for Massachusetts.  MITSG 99-6.  July 1, 1999.MIT Sea Grant College Program, Cambridge, MA  1999.

  6. Goudey, Clifford A. and Hauke Kite-Powell. US/Egypt Workshop on Sustainable Coastal Development Through Aquaculture and Fisheries.  Workshop Report: U.S.- Egypt Science and Technology Joint Fund, National Science Foundation and National Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries (Egypt), 1999.

  7. Moran, Brandy, Clifford Goudey and Alan Harkin.  Marine Aquaculture:  Raising Saltwater Fish in Your Classroom.  Student Workbook.  MITSG 01-13.  Sea Grant College Program.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  n.d.

  8. Moran, Brandy, Clifford Goudey and Alan Harkin.  Marine Aquaculture:  Raising Saltwater Fish in Your Classroom.  Teacher Edition.  MITSG 01-13.  Sea Grant College Program.  Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  n.d.

  9. Olmi, Eugene J. and Paul A. Sandifer.  Management of Existing Coastal Impoundments in South Carolina for Shrimp Culture:  Production, Water Quality, and Incidental Catch in Two Impoundments During 1985.  Working Paper Series.  SC-SG-Tr-88-01.  n.d.

  10. Posadas, Benedict C.  Costs and Returns of Catfish Pond Production in the Mississippi Black Belt Area.   Technical Bulletin 226.  Office of Agricultural Communications, Mississippi State University.  [September 2000].

  11. Secretary Ben Brancel.  Inside Wisconsin Aquaculture:  1998 Report to Wisconsin Legislature,  25 pp. Trade and Consumer Protection Wisconsin Department of Agriculture.  October 1998.

  12. Teruel, Saul Wiscovich.  El Cultivo de Tilapia en Jaulas.  Programa de Colegio Sea Grant. University of Puerto Rico. UPRSG-G-55.  n.d.

  13. Tregoning, Joseph E. "Governor's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Aquaculture.  Final Report, 25 pp. WDATCP, Division of Marketing, Agriculture Development and Diversification Program, 2811 Agriculture Drive, 1st Floor, PO Box 8911, Madison, WI  53708-8911.  n.d.

  14. Walker, Randal L. and Keith W. Gates.  Survey of Ark Anadara ovalis, Anadara brasiliana, and Noetia ponderosa, Populations in Coastal Georgia.  Marine Technical Report Number 01-2.  University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs. n.d.

  15. Wiscovich, Saul, Santiago Arias and William Rosado.  Acuicultura. Datos Tecnicos para su Desarrollo.  Publicacion numero UPRSG-G-40.  n.d.

  16.  Waters, Elizabeth B.  Daun Daemon Editor.  Sustainable Flounder Culture and Fisheries.  North Carolina Sea Grant.  UNC-SG-96-14.  n.d.

G.    Project Completion Reports

  1. “Mitigation of the Consequences of Stress in Yellow Perch Aquaculture.” (R/AQ-33-PD).  Principal Investigators:  Jeffrey Malison, Food Science, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program.  End Project Date:  February 29, 2000.

  2. “The Production of Fast-Growing, Sterile Walleye Hybrids through Genetic and Endocrine Technologies.”  (R/BT-10)  Principal Investigators:  Jeffrey Malison, Food Science, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program.  End Project Date: February 29, 2000.

  3. “Steroid Regulation of the Stress Response and Immune Function in Salmonid Fishes.”  (R/AQ-31).  Principal Investigators:  Terence Barry and Jeffrey Malison, Food Science, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program.  End Project Date:  February 29, 2000.

  4. “Waters – Wisconsin’s Aquaculture Technology Education Research Services.”  (A/AS-39)  Principal Investigators:  Fred Binkowski, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program.  End Project Date:  February 29, 2000.
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