Scientists Continuing Search for End Run Around Climate Change Hurdles for Bay Scallops - 27 East

Scientists Continuing Search for End Run Around Climate Change Hurdles for Bay Scallops

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Scallops raised in the Cornell hatchery.

Scallops raised in the Cornell hatchery.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension hatchery in Southold raises more than 800,000 scallops for release into the wild each year.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension hatchery in Southold raises more than 800,000 scallops for release into the wild each year.

authorMichael Wright on Feb 8, 2023
Scientists searching for ways to help bay scallops persevere in local waters, with the onslaught of a warming climate, are taking a new look at the role a parasite might... more

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