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Research Projects

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MERHAB: GOM-ESP: Incorporation of Environmental Sample Processor Technology into Gulf of Maine HAB Monitoring and Management
A NOAA MERHAB project

MRI-R2 Consortium: Acquisition of Multiple Environmental Sample Processors (ESPs) and Support Mooring and Communications Hardware
A National Science Foundation Project

NPSInvestigations of toxic red tides and groundwater nutrient fluxes in the Nauset Marsh Estuary, Cape Cod National Seashore
A National Park Service project, in collaboration with the United States Geological Survey

PCM HABPCM HAB: Suppression of Alexandrium blooms by resuspension and burial of resting cysts
A NOAA PCM HAB project

polarPan Arctic Alexandrium
An Arctic Research Initiative Project funded through the Ocean and Climate Change Institute at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

dino Dinophysis Toxicity
A National Science Foundation Biological Oceanography Project

ciguateraCiguatera Project
A Centers for Disease Control project, funded through the University of Florida (G.Morris, Lead PI)and through the Food and Drug Administration.

optDevelopment and application of a fiber optic array system for detection and enumeration of potentially toxic cyanobacteria
An Environmental Protection Agency project

GOMTOX
Dynamics of Alexandrium fundyense distributions in the Gulf of Maine: an observational and modeling study of nearshore and offshore shellfish toxicity, vertical toxin flux, and bloom dynamics in a complex shelf sea.
An ECOHAB regional project.

cystDeposition and resuspension of Alexandrium fundyense resting cysts in the Gulf of Maine: Phase II
A NOAA ECOHAB cyst project



Last updated: May 7, 2008
 


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