Tag Archives: shellfish

Massive Toxic Algae Blooms May Prove a Sign of Climate Change to Come

[USA] The water began turning a barely perceptible brownish-green in early May, a sign that algae were present and growing in the waters of Monterey Bay. By the end of month, Raphael Kudela, a professor of ocean sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and Continue reading Massive Toxic Algae Blooms May Prove a Sign of Climate Change to Come

Volunteers' Data Revealing Impacts of Climate Change on Buzzards Bay

[USA] Long before crowd-sourcing and citizen science were buzzwords, volunteers for Buzzards Bay Coalition were monitoring water quality along the estuary’s edges, from Westport to the Elizabeth Islands. The resulting data set spans twenty four years, and includes Continue reading Volunteers' Data Revealing Impacts of Climate Change on Buzzards Bay

PhD scholarship in algal toxins and their effects on and accumulation in fish and shellfish

[Denmark] A PhD scholarship is available from September 1, 2015 (or shortly thereafter) at the Marine Biological Section, Department of Biology University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. The Marine Biological Section is an international research group with 85 students Continue reading PhD scholarship in algal toxins and their effects on and accumulation in fish and shellfish