2008 Clam Workshop

2008 Clam Workshop AGENDAAgenda

  • Consistent Hatchery and Nursery Yields for Bivalves
  • Temperature Monitoring of Lease Areas in Cedar Key
  • Monitoring of Clam Health During Summer Months
  • Effects of Multiple Stressors on Clam Survival in SW Florida
  • Assessment of Soil Landscapes in a Clam Lease Area
  • Enhancing Stress Resistance of Cultured Clams by Triploidy
  • Evaluation of Clam Stock Improvement by Hybridization
  • Evaluation of the Sunray Venus Clam for Culture

Summary of Presentations

Presentations

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Consistent Hatchery and Nursery Yields for Bivalve Molluscs using
Health Management and Analysis of Production Systems

Water Temperature Variability at Clam Leases in Levy County, Florida

Monitoring of Clam Health During Summer Months of 2007-8
at High-density Lease Areas in Cedar Key

The Effects of Multiple Environmental Stressors
on Hard Clam Survival and Physiology

Soil Landscape Assessment at Dog Island Lease Area, Cedar Key

Enhancing Stress Resistance of Cultured Clams Through Triploidy:
Final Report on Field Trials and Laboratory Challenges

Evaluation of Clam Stock Improvement Through the Use of Hybridization

Evaluation of the Sunray Venus Clam Macrocallista nimbosa
for Aquaculture in Florida