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09/02/201109/10/2017 NOAA’S Lubchenco visits Sea Grant at Stony Brook | New York Coastlines, Summer/Fall 2011: In May 2011, New York Sea Grant held a “meet and greet” event in honor of Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Undersecretary of Commerce for the air and oceans and administrator of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administrator.
06/14/201109/10/2017 Research | NYSG-Funded Projects: 2011: NYSG received a grant totaling $2.449 million in fiscal year 2011 to fund its research, extension and education efforts on important coastal issues in fisheries, coastal marine habitats, coastal flooding, among others.
12/13/201009/10/2017 QPX Disease in Hard Clams | Publications: Success Stories (Research): Quahog Parasite Unknown (QPX) is a protistan parasite that causes significant mortalities in hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria, in the northeastern states of the United States and Canada.
02/19/200809/09/2017 Taking the 'X' Out of QPX Disease | Coastlines, Fall 2007: NYSG-funded researchers from the Marine Animal Disease Laboratory at Stony Brook University discuss their extensive QPX monitoring program in Raritan Bay, Peconic Bay and other areas of the marine district to determine the extent and distribution of QPX disease.
11/07/200802/10/2017 Sea Grant Report Synthesizes Recent Research on LI’s Clams | Hard Clam Research Initiative - Press Release: NYSG announces the release of a 43-page technical report that summarizes the key results of five research projects funded through NYSG’s Hard Clam Research Initiative which began in 1999.
04/21/201404/22/2014 Investigating Hard Clam Resistance Against QPX Infection | Marine Fisheries - News: A spotlight on NYSg-funded research conducted at Stony Brook University's Marine Animal Disease Lab to identify QPX, a parasitic organism, and its effects on the hard clam.
06/10/201006/10/2010 Jellies with an Appetite for Clams | New York Coastlines, Summer 2010: Stony Brook University researchers are examining the rates at which comb jellies feed on the larvae of bivalves in Long Island estuaries. Could these gelatinous predators negatively impact efforts to restore important commercial bivalve species like hard clams?
07/16/200907/16/2009 New Report Synthesizes Hard Clam Research | New York Coastlines, Spring 2009:

NYSG's recently-released 43-page technical report summarizes the key results of five research projects funded through NYSG’s Hard Clam Research Initiative, which began in 1999.

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