Science Serving Maryland's Coasts

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Maryland Sea Grant has funded scientific research relevant to the Chesapeake Bay and the Maryland residents who conserve, enjoy, and make their living from it. Search below our archive of research projects back through 1990, using keywords, topics, or project start year. Project data include the project principal investigators and abstract as well as impact or accomplishment statements and peer reviewed publications, if applicable.

A Genetic Analysis of Oyster Recruitment Patterns in Chesapeake Bay

Principal Investigator: 

Matthew P. Hare

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2004

Institution: 

University of Maryland, College Park

Co-Principal investigator: 

Kennedy T. Paynter, Jr., University of Maryland, College Park

Biological Responses to Acoustical Stress in Fishes

Principal Investigator: 

Arthur N. Popper

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2003

Institution: 

University of Maryland, College Park

Bottom Sediment Erodibility in Northern Chesapeake Bay

Principal Investigator: 

Lawrence P. Sanford

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2003

Institution: 

Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Co-Principal investigator: 

Jerome P.-Y. Maa, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Jeffrey C. Cornwell, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Chitinosomes in Microbulbifer degradans: A New Paradigm for the Degradation of Complex Polysaccharides of Marine Origin

Principal Investigator: 

Ronald Weiner

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2005

Institution: 

University of Maryland, College Park

Co-Principal investigator: 

Steve Hutcheson, University of Maryland, College Park

Coastal Communities

Principal Investigator: 

Douglas Lipton

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2006

Institution: 

Maryland Sea Grant

Developing a Research Program: The Effects of SAV Diversity on Restoration Success

Principal Investigator: 

Katharina A. M. Engelhardt

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2003

Institution: 

Appalachian Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Maryland Sea Grant Extension Fisheries Extension Enhancement: Training and Education in support of Effective Controls for Scombroid (Histamine) Poisoning

Principal Investigator: 

Douglas Lipton

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2006

Institution: 

Maryland Sea Grant

Co-Principal investigator: 

Thomas E. Rippen, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Quantifying the Magnitude of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal Associated with Restoration of Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay

Principal Investigator: 

Roger I.E. Newell

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2005

Institution: 

Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Co-Principal investigator: 

Jeffrey C. Cornwell, Donald W. Merritt, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Regional Refinement of a Diagnostic Tool for Setting Water Quality Targets for the Protection and Restoration of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation

Principal Investigator: 

Charles Gallegos

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2003

Institution: 

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Using Collaborative Learning, Cultural Models and Dialogue to Advance Co-Management Planning of Chesapeake Bay Blue Crab (Callinectes sapidus) Fishery

Principal Investigator: 

Michael Paolisso

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2004

Institution: 

University of Maryland, College Park

Co-Principal investigator: 

Erve Chambers, R. Shawn Maloney, University of Maryland, College Park

Winter Mortality of Chesapeake Blue Crabs, Callinectes sapidus (Confidential proposal with patent pending)

Principal Investigator: 

Anson H. Hines

Start/End Year: 

2002 to 2005

Institution: 

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Co-Principal investigator: 

Victor S. Kennedy, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Thomas J. Miller, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Antimicrobial Peptides: Overlooked Mechanisms of Disease Resistance?

Principal Investigator: 

Robert S. Anderson

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Aquatic Nuisance Species: Coastal Dispersal of Invasive Species in Domestic Ballast Water

Principal Investigator: 

Anson H. Hines

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Co-Principal investigator: 

Jeffrey A. Crooks, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Epizootiology and Pathogenicity of Two Perkinsus Species Parasitizing the Eastern Oyster Crassostrea Virginica

Principal Investigator: 

Gerardo R. Vasta

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

Co-Principal investigator: 

Jose A. Fernandez-Robledo, Eric J. Schott, Wolf T. Pecher, Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

In Situ Determination of Perkinsus marinus Transmission Dynamics in Low Salinity Habitats: Implications for Disease Avoidance Management Strategies and Oyster Restoration (Virginia Portion)

Principal Investigator: 

Eugene M. Burreson

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Co-Principal investigator: 

Kimberly S. Reese, Lisa M. Ragone Calvo, Virginia Institute of Marine Studies

Intracellular Survival of Perkinsus Marinus: The Oxidative Stress Pathway As A Potential Target For Therapy

Principal Investigator: 

Gerardo R. Vasta

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

Co-Principal investigator: 

Eric J. Schott, Jose A. Fernandez-Robledo, Wolf T. Pecher, Center of Marine Biotechnology, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute

The Oyster Disease Research Program: 1989-2001: A Meeting to Assess the State of the Science and the Future of Restoration

Principal Investigator: 

Jonathan G. Kramer

Start/End Year: 

2001 to 2004

Institution: 

Maryland Sea Grant

(CERP): Quantifying Ecological Risks of Contaminated Sediments on Living Resources in Supporting Decisions on Habitat Restoration Strategies in the Chesapeake Bay (Maryland Portion)

Principal Investigator: 

Joel E. Baker

Start/End Year: 

2000 to 2005

Institution: 

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

Development and Application of Biomarkers to Evaluate Endocrine Disruption in Fish as a Result of Chicken Manure Application on the Delmarva Peninsula

Principal Investigator: 

Daniel J. Fisher

Start/End Year: 

2000 to 2003

Institution: 

Wye Research and Education Center

Does low dissolved oxygen favor dominance of gelatinous zooplankton in Chesapeake Bay?

Principal Investigator: 

Denise L. Breitburg

Start/End Year: 

2000 to 2002

Institution: 

Academy of Natural Sciences Estuarine Research Center

Co-Principal investigator: 

Jennifer E. Purcell, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

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