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Temporal Variation In Larval Release In Botrylloides Violaceous, Damion J. Delton, Sarah Cohen Aug 2013

Temporal Variation In Larval Release In Botrylloides Violaceous, Damion J. Delton, Sarah Cohen

STAR (STEM Teacher and Researcher) Presentations

Despite Botrylloides violaceous being a globally invasive species in temperate marine habitats, little is known about it’s natural dispersal behavior. Previous work (Delton et al, 2011) suggests behavioral inferences based on a related and much more commonly studied species may not be appropriate, potentially due to a large size difference between the non-feeding larvae of these two species. Here, we consider factors that may affect dispersal potential. To study how light affects larval release, we measured timing of larval release in the field and compared larval size and time of release. Colonies were collected from floating docks in Richmond ...


Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In Virginia, Thomas J. Murray Dec 2012

Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In Virginia, Thomas J. Murray

Reports

Virginia is home to more than 200,000 recreational boats, providing a gateway to marine recreation in Chesapeake Bay and offshore waters. Virginia’s importance to boating access carries with it an expanding economy related to boating and boating related industries.

In addition to the large group of boater-citizens who reside in Virginia, local marine businesses such as marinas also provide access and berthing to many non-locally owned watercraft. While watercraft registrations provide a partial and useful estimate of the stock of boats in a region, the true economic impact arising from recreational boating primarily depends upon the type of ...


Big Blue And You: An Interdisciplinary Look At Science And The Ocean, A Students Teaching Students Course, Megan M. Nepshinsky, Alexa Kretsch, Benjamin Negrete May 2012

Big Blue And You: An Interdisciplinary Look At Science And The Ocean, A Students Teaching Students Course, Megan M. Nepshinsky, Alexa Kretsch, Benjamin Negrete

Senior Honors Projects

This class is the second project under the new Honors Program initiative, Students Teaching Students (STS). STS was brought to URI and implemented by Bridget Griffith as part of her Senior Honors Project in 2011. Students apply in their Junior year to design, research, and teach an honors course on a topic about which they are passionate. The STS program allows motivated honors students to have a unique opportunity to lead a class as student professors. This allows students a freedom of creativity on the topic, assignments, and teaching style. Drawing on our own experiences, we were able to create ...


Virginia Charter Boat Workshop Summary March 2012, Susanna Musick Jan 2012

Virginia Charter Boat Workshop Summary March 2012, Susanna Musick

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Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In Middlesex County, Virginia, Thomas J. Murray Mar 2011

Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In Middlesex County, Virginia, Thomas J. Murray

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Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In The City Of Hampton, Thomas J. Murray, James Kirkley, Doug Lipton Jan 2009

Assessment Of The Economic Impacts Of Recreational Boating In The City Of Hampton, Thomas J. Murray, James Kirkley, Doug Lipton

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Conference Proceedings Water Access 2007: A National Symposium On Working Waterways & Waterfronts, Virginia Sea Grant May 2007

Conference Proceedings Water Access 2007: A National Symposium On Working Waterways & Waterfronts, Virginia Sea Grant

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Economic Activity Associated With The Inaugural “Virginia In-Water Boat Expo”, September 9-11, 2005, Thomas J. Murray Apr 2006

Economic Activity Associated With The Inaugural “Virginia In-Water Boat Expo”, September 9-11, 2005, Thomas J. Murray

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Final Project Report Fisheries Extension Enhancement Plan To Enhance Education And Outreach To The Mid-Atlantic Charter Boat Fisheries, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program Jun 2005

Final Project Report Fisheries Extension Enhancement Plan To Enhance Education And Outreach To The Mid-Atlantic Charter Boat Fisheries, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program

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Developing A Vision For Land Use And Waterfront Access In Lancaster County, Lands End Planners Jun 2005

Developing A Vision For Land Use And Waterfront Access In Lancaster County, Lands End Planners

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Virginia Marine Trades Feasibility Study, Northern Neck Planning District Commission, Thomas J. Murray Mar 2004

Virginia Marine Trades Feasibility Study, Northern Neck Planning District Commission, Thomas J. Murray

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Virginia Marine Trades Workforce Training -A Regional Needs Assessment, Thomas J. Murray Jan 2004

Virginia Marine Trades Workforce Training -A Regional Needs Assessment, Thomas J. Murray

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Evaluation Of Comparative Watercraft Personal Property Taxation In Northern Neck Localities, Thomas J. Murray Jun 2002

Evaluation Of Comparative Watercraft Personal Property Taxation In Northern Neck Localities, Thomas J. Murray

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Modeling The Msx Parasite In Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea Virginica) Populations. I. Model Development, Implementation, And Verification, Susan Ford, Eric Powell, John Klinck, Eileen Hofmann Jan 1999

Modeling The Msx Parasite In Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea Virginica) Populations. I. Model Development, Implementation, And Verification, Susan Ford, Eric Powell, John Klinck, Eileen Hofmann

CCPO Publications

A mathematical model simulating the host-parasite-environmental interactions of eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) and the pathogen, Haplosporidium nelsoni, which causes MSX disease, has been developed. The model has 2 components. One replicates the infection process within the oyster and the other simulates transmission. The infection-development component relies on basic physiological processes of both host and parasite, modified by the environment, to reproduce the observed annual prevalence cycle of H. nelsoni. Equations describing these rates were constructed using data from long-term field observations, and field and laboratory experiments. In the model, salinity and temperature have direct effects upon in vivo parasite survival ...


Marine Financing, Jon A. Lucy Oct 1976

Marine Financing, Jon A. Lucy

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