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Submissions from 2019

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How acidic sediments and seawater affect interactive effects of predation on survival, growth, and recruitment of wild and cultured soft-shell clams, Mya arenaria L., along a tidal gradient at two intertidal sites in eastern Maine, Brian F. Beal and William Otto

Submissions from 2017

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Model-assisted measurements of suspension-feeding flow velocities, Kevin T. Du Clos, Ian T. Jones, Tyler J. Carrier, Damian C. Brady, and Peter A. Jumars

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Oyster Aquaculture Site Selection Using Landsat 8-Derived Sea Surface Temperature, Turbidity, and Chlorophyll a, Jordan Snyder, Emmanuel Boss, Ryan Weatherbee, Andrew C. Thomas, Damian Brady, and Carter Newell

Submissions from 2016

Assessment of Detrital Food Quality for Blue Mussels, Cheyenne Adams

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Damariscotta River Estuary, Damian Brady

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Sedimentation Patterns in the Damariscotta River Estuary, Emily Chandler, Joseph Kelley, and Daniel Belknap

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Understanding oyster growth in the Damariscotta River using a coupled modeling approach, Katie Coupland

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Quantifying Nitrogen Flux at the Sediment-Water Interface, Libby Gorse

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Oyster Environmental Interactions, Carter R. Newell

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Remote Sensing for Oyster Aquaculture in Maine, Jordan Snyder

Submissions from 2015

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Observed deep energetic eddies by seamount wake, Gengxin Chen, Dongxiao Wang, Changming Dong, Tingting Zu, Huijie Xue, Yeqiang Shu, Xiaoqing Chu, Yiquan Qi, and Hui Chen

Submissions from 2014

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Culture of Sea Cucumbers in Korea: A guide to Korean methods and the local sea cucumber in the Northeast U.S., Michael Pietrak, Jang K. Kim, Sarah Redmond, Young-Dae Kim, Charlie Yarish, and Ian Bricknell