Dr. Gayle Zydlewski
School of Marine Sciences
A decade of research with students and colleagues has yielded numerous insights on the biology of sturgeon in the Penobscot River along with enlightenment regarding the approach and prospects the research has enabled. The biology of the two East coast species of sturgeon will be described from the perspective of original assumptions, questioning those assumptions and embracing the opportunities afforded for conservation of the two species.
Polycom availability with Darling Marine Center, Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and Bigelow Laboratories
Host: Becky Van Beneden
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