Document Type

Newsletter

Department/Program

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Publication Date

Fall 2001

Abstract

Table of Contents:

  • VIMS Named World Reference Laboratory for Shellfish Diseases
  • VIMS Scientists Receive 2001 Best Paper Award
  • Domestic Interest Grows in Cobia Culture VIMS Foundation Established
  • VIMS Environmental Scientists Spearheading BDE Research in USA
  • VIMS Capital Campaign for Kauffman Aquaculture Center Meets its Goal
  • Dr. William Reay Named New Manager of Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Summer Course Connects Scientists with Science Teachers
  • Beset near 68 degrees south, 69 degrees west
  • New researcher studies tiny organisms that play a big role
  • VIMS Welcomes New Students
  • VIMS to initiate coastal observing program
  • VIMS student Receives Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Award
  • Virginia Fisheries Trends
  • Chef's Symposium
  • Can Spray Dredging Help Save Local Marshes?
  • VIMS Researchers are Domesticating the Wild Clam
  • Dean/Director Made Honorary Fellow at University of Wales Bangor
  • Environmental Education for Special People
  • It's a Brevenew world for nitrogen research at VIMS
  • One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Kelley Watson Fellowship
  • VIMS Annual Fund Board Host Donor Day
  • VIMS Launches New Web Site
  • Two Boats Added to Fleet
  • Baby Billfish--Figuring Out Who's Who
  • Oyster Reef Restoration: How Should Sanctuary Reefs Look?
  • Many Questions, Many Perspectives on Non-Native Oysters
  • A Variety of Suspension Feeders May Be Assisting Oysters in Filtering Bay Water
  • Clean Marina Program Takes Off
  • Science and Economics
  • Washington Office for W & M

Issue

Volume 3, no. 2

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