An understanding of the farm environment will allow growers to better manage their crops in relationship to water quality parameters. Research emphasis has been placed on the role of aqueous soils in bivalve aquaculture and how management practices can be refined using a soils-based approach. Project summaries are provided as well as project results and final reports. Some project reports are being updated and will be posted soon.
- Short-term Effects of Salinity Declines on Juvenile Hard Clams
- Clam Lease Assessment, Management, and Modeling using Remote Sensing (CLAMMRS)
- Sulfide Concentrations in Sediments and Water and their Effects on Hard Clams
- Initial Assessment of Soil Properties on Clam Aquaculture Leases
- Carbon Fixation in Florida Cultured Clams
- Examining Relationships between Hard Clam Farming Activities and Soil Properties
- Developing a Decision-support Tool for Management of Clam Farms in Florida’s Big Bend