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Oyster Spat Stick Communities to Improve Water Quality in Coastal Georgia
PIs: Marsha C. Black (UGA, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences), E.K. Lipp (UGA, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences), H.J. Qingguo (UGA - Griffin, Dept. of Crop and Soil Science). UGA = University of Georgia
Support: Georgia Sea Grant College Program
Results to Date:
Ankley, G.T., M.C.Black, J. Garric, T.H. Hutchinson and T. Iguchi. 2005. A framework for assessing the hazard of pharmaceutical materials to aquatic species, in R. Williams (ed), Human Pharmaceuticals: Assessing the Impact on Aquatic Ecosystems. SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL.
Singleton, M.C., Danforth, J.M, Frischer, M.E., Pulster, E.L., Maruya,K.A. 2005. “Georgia Oyster Watch (GEOW) - Can oysters be utilized as integrative monitors of bacteriological and chemical water quality.” Poster presented at the annual meeting for the American Fisheries Society, Anchorage, AK.
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