Because of the close relationship for much of the science much of this information is also found at the Aquaculture page
Oyster restoration projects can return some of these services with varying amounts of start-up investment. Projects can range from large efforts to restore hundreds of acres to pilot-level efforts on the scale of an acre or less. Large projects require evidence for potential success to justify steep monetary investments, while pilot projects are best utilized when there is a desire to document an area’s potential for supporting a larger investment. This project was developed around the latter approach and represents a proof of concept for oyster restoration in Barnegat Bay.
Hard Clams as Indicators of Suspended Particulates in Barnegat Bay – Monica Bricelj, John Krauter, and Gef Flimlin – 2016
Characterization of phytoplankton – Monica Bricelj – 2016
functional taxonomic groups in relation to juvenile hard clam production in the Barnegat Bay-Little Egg Harbor Estuary (BB-LEH).Lead PI: V. Monica Bricelj, Research Professor, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences (IMCS), Rutgers University (RU),