Abebe, Eyuel D. Adler, Jonathan D. Agunwamba, Chukwunomso.
We can help you reset your password using the email address linked to your BioOne Complete account. The infaunal, suspension-feeding softshell clam Mya arenaria L. Recruitment variability can affect the magnitude and scope of various ecosystem services provided by M.
Policy and Legal Context 1. Other Potential Sources of Financial Resources. Organization, Decision-making and Public Participation 1.
Reason for designation: Whaling reduced the original population. There are fewer than mature individuals and strong indications of a low calving rate and a low rate of recruitment to the studied population. Today, the biggest threats for this species come from ship strikes, disturbance from increasing whale watch activity, entanglement in fishing gear, and pollution.
New England and the Mid-Atlantic have a long and storied history of fishing, beginning with the Native American tribes who celebrated annual fish runs, and continuing with the colonial settlers, the whalers, and the modern fishing fleet. Fishing still defines our culture today, with lobsters, sea scallops, crabs, and a variety of fish filling our menus and attracting tourists from all over the world. New Bedford, Massachusetts, has been the highest value port in the United States for 16 consecutive years, thanks to the lucrative scallop fishery.
The importance of size-fecundity relationships in the management of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus. Statement of Copyright The content of the IBIS website including, but not limited to all text and artwork therein is protected by copyright. The copyright is owned by IBIS or is otherwise licensed from a third party for use by the partners. All other rights which are not specifically granted are reserved.
Population growth combined with increasingly limited resources of arable land and fresh water has resulted in a need for alternative protein sources. Algae do not compete with traditional food crops for space and resources. This review details the characteristics of commonly consumed algae, as well as their potential for use as a protein source based on their protein quality, amino acid composition, and digestibility. Protein extraction methods applied to algae to date, including enzymatic hydrolysis, physical processes, and chemical extraction and novel methods such as ultrasound-assisted extraction, pulsed electric field, and microwave-assisted extraction are discussed.