Hope For Scallop Rebound Dwindles As New Die-Offs Seen Already In Peconic Estuary - 27 East

Hope For Scallop Rebound Dwindles As New Die-Offs Seen Already In Peconic Estuary

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Dr. Bassem Allam, a vetrinary pathologist with Stony Brook University, is working with other marine scientists to guage the role of a parasite in the broad die-offs of bay scallops seen in 2019 and 2020.

Dr. Bassem Allam, a vetrinary pathologist with Stony Brook University, is working with other marine scientists to guage the role of a parasite in the broad die-offs of bay scallops seen in 2019 and 2020.

Dr. Bassem Allam, a vetrinary pathologist with Stony Brook University, is working with other marine scientists to guage the role of a parasite in the broad die-offs of bay scallops seen in 2019 and 2020.

Dr. Bassem Allam, a vetrinary pathologist with Stony Brook University, is working with other marine scientists to guage the role of a parasite in the broad die-offs of bay scallops seen in 2019 and 2020.

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach has been surveying scallops stocks in the Peconic Estuary this summer and has found high levels of mortality already even before the rescent blooms of

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach has been surveying scallops stocks in the Peconic Estuary this summer and has found high levels of mortality already even before the rescent blooms of "rust tide."

authorMichael Wright on Aug 11, 2020
Scientists keeping a watchful eye on bay scallop stocks in the Peconic Estuary say that they are already seeing high rates of mortality as water temperatures have spiked — a... more

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