To address interest in microalgae culture and techniques for molluscan shellfish hatcheries, a two-day workshop is being held on June 5-6, 2019 in Cedar Key. Dr. Gary Wikfors, Director of the NOAA Fisheries Laboratory in Milford, Connecticut, will lead presentations and hands-on demonstrations addressing the following topics: microalgae function, mass culture strategies, bivalve nutrition, chemical ecology of cultures, phytoplankton as bivalve foods, media preparation and aseptic transfers, and quantification methods. The workshop is co-hosted by Dr. Huiping Yang and Leslie Sturmer of the University of Florida/IFAS Molluscan Shellfish Aquaculture Program with funding provided through the NOAA National Sea Grant College Program.
Attendance is limited and currently the workshop is full; however, presentations will be made available live via ZOOM Meeting. Links to participate each day are below:
For a copy of the agenda, click here.
When you click the link, it will download the free Zoom Meeting software. You may also pre-download Zoom onto your computer at Zoom.us or on a tablet or phone by searching Zoom Meeting in an app store. For more information about accessing the live webinar, contact Natalie Simon at (352) 543-1088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.