scallop_credits - Units 1 to 3, Scallop Aquaculture, will...

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Units 1 to 3, Scallop Aquaculture, will be Presented by Dr. Bill Arnold and Dr. Norman Blake Norman Blake Ph.D. My speciality as a marine invertebrate ecologist is the reproductive physiology and aquaculture of shellfish, particularly commercially important bivalves. One group of bivalves that has received extensive attention in my laboratory is the family pectinidae or scallop~;. Over 35 species of this group have commercial importance aIJd possess unique reproductive strategies. We now have one of the only scallop aquaculture facilities in the Southeastern United States and this facility allows us to study a species from egg to death while at the same time providing stock for examining potential commercial ventures and restoration of deplc~ted populations. Bill Arnold. Ph. D. I am a native Floridian with :lifelong interests in the function and maintenance of coastal ecosystems. I have studied the population ecology of numerous molluscs, with particular emphasis on calico scallops, hard clams, and bay
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