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Iceland egg producer makes successful delivery to China amid COVID-19

Even as travel restrictions continue across the globe due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, some 400,000 salmon eggs have safely crossed the Atlantic for delivery to Chinese farms.

New York takes on invasive species at Rome Hatchery

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced the discovery of invasive zebra mussels in an outdoor raceway at the Rome Fish Hatchery. In response, the department is ensuring that fish from the hatchery will only be stocked in waters already inhabited by zebra mussels.

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Feature Stories 

Ocean’s changing chemistry slows growth of oyster larvae, study finds

Dr. Shannon Meseck and her colleagues at the Milford Laboratory in Connecticut have set out to study the effects of ocean acidification on Eastern oyster larvae and their implications to hatcheries. » Read more

Farmed Chilean sea bass ready for primetime

A team of researchers headed by local marine biologist Alberto Reyes has completed farming all life stages of Chilean sea bass (Dissostichus eleginoides), becoming the first successful effort to capture, breed and rear this species in captivity. » Read more
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