College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
AGNR Research


Examination of Finfish Pathogen Physiology and Predictive Ecology in a Bivalve/Finfish Integrated Multi-trophic Aquaculture System Ian Bricknell2013University of Maine
Breeding Resistance to Sea Lice and ISAV in Atlantic Salmon Ian Bricknell2012 University of Maine
Investigations into the Potential Health and Economic Benefits of Bivalve/Finfish Co-culture  Ian Bricknell2010University of Maine
Development of Broodstock Diets for the
Atlantic Halibut Hippoglossus hippoglossus
Nick Brown2008University of Maine
Economic Analysis of an Alternative Fish Raceway System Gerard D'Souza2008West Virginia University 
Development of Diagnostic and Management Techniques to Select Cod Broodstocks and Hatchery Stocks Free From Nodavirus Steven Roberts 2006Marine Biological Laboratory 
Determining the Demand for Locally Produced Baitfish in the NortheastJohn Pesek2006University of Delaware
Salmon Hatchery Effluent Management Utilizing Integrated Polyculture TechnologiesIra Levine2006Biological Services, Inc.
Development of Culture Methods for Commercial Production of Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax)David Berlinsky2005University of New Hampshire
Surveillance of Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus (ISAV) in the NortheastJohn Singer2003University of Maine
Mangement, Diagnosis, and Prevention of Flounder Infectious Necrotizing Enteritis (FINE)Marta Gomez-Chiarri2003University of Rhode Island
Expansion of the "FishGuts" Fish Anatomy, Health and Nexcropsy Software Training Program for the Aquaculture CommunityAndrew Kane2001University of Maryland
Determination of Optimal Conditions for Swimbladder Inflation in Striped Bass Larvai Reared in Intensive SystemsWilliam Van Heukelem2000University of Maryland

Evaluating the Impact of Kill Permits at Finfish Aquaculture Facilities on Piscivorous Bird Populations in the Northeastern United States

Bradley Blackwell1998 USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services Ohio
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