Scientists Say More Than One Factor Likely Responsible For Bay Scallop Die-Off This Year - 27 East

Scientists Say More Than One Factor Likely Responsible For Bay Scallop Die-Off This Year

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Dr. Christopher Gobler.  DANA SHAW

Dr. Christopher Gobler. DANA SHAW

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach.       DANA SHAW

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach. DANA SHAW

Dr. Christopher Gobler.  DANA SHAW

Dr. Christopher Gobler. DANA SHAW

Dr. Bradley Peterson.  DANA SHAW

Dr. Bradley Peterson. DANA SHAW

Dr. Bassem Allam.  DANA SHAW

Dr. Bassem Allam. DANA SHAW

Dr. Joyce Novak, the director of the Peconic Estuary Program.   DANA SHAW

Dr. Joyce Novak, the director of the Peconic Estuary Program. DANA SHAW

Debbie Barnes, director of shellfisheries for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.   DANA SHAW

Debbie Barnes, director of shellfisheries for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. DANA SHAW

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach of Cornell Cooperative Extension.     DANA SHAW

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach of Cornell Cooperative Extension. DANA SHAW

Dr. Christopher Gobler.  DANA SHAW

Dr. Christopher Gobler. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on Dec 9, 2019
A month after early hopes for a robust scallop harvest on the East End were dashed when baymen found next to no living specimens in their dredges on opening day,... more

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