Walleye fishery threatened; Puerto Rico aquaculture, calling ALVIN on ocean bottom

ect group of 48 classrooms will have the opportunity to participate in one of four live conference calls, over the next month, with the scientists as they conduct research in ALVIN on the seafloor.
CONTACT: Tracey Bryant, University of Delaware Sea Grant, Marine Public Education Office, 302-831-8185, Email: tbryant@udel.edu; Craig Cary, Delaware Sea Grant Researcher, Associate Professor of Marine Biology-Biochemistry, University of Delaware, Email: caryc@udel.edu

Sea Grant Calendar Spotlight: 2nd International Seafood Byproduct Conference, Nov. 10-13, 2002, Anchorage, Alaska
The Alaska seafood industry harvests over 60% of the food fish caught in United States waters. The amount of fish processing wastes generated from human food processing wastes generates in excess of 1.1 million metric tons annually. Since the first such gathering in 1990 a wide range of new advances in medical sciences, and the development of new secondary products for human, animal, and industrial uses from seafood processing byproducts have been developed. This conference looks at issues of fish byproduct utilization and environmentally sound fish waste disposal.
Contact: Donald Kramer, Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program, 907-274-9691 ext. 5, Email: afdek@uaa.alaska.edu ; Website: www.uaf.edu/seagrant/Conferences/byproduct.html


Contact: Ben Sherman
National Sea Grant College Program

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