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  • The age, growth, and maturation of the spiny dogfish, Squalus acanthias L., of the northwest Atlantic 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Slauson, T. P.; Woodhead, P. M. J.; Castaneda, R. E. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1983-02)
    from the abstract, "The spiny dogfish is the largest under-utilized resource of the northeastern fisheries of the U.S., yet little critical data is available on its biological parameters. This study describes the age-length ...
  • An analysis of shellfish sanitation data 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Weyl, Peter K. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979-08)
    from the abstract, "This report summarizes the results of a study of the shellfish sanitation data of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, carried out under funding from the New York Sea Grant ...
  • An assessment of the effects of bathymetric changes associated with sand and gravel mining on tidal circulation in the lower bay of New York harbor 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Wilson, R. E. (Robert E.); Wong, Kuo-Chuin (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
    from the abstract, "Present sand and gravel mining operations within the Lower Bay of New York Harbor are restricted to the east bank of Ambrose Channel and to the vicinity of Chapel Hill North Channel because of the ...
  • The benthic fauna at four potential containment/wetlands stabilization areas in the New York Harbor region 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Cerrato, Robert Michael; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1986)
    from the introduction, ". . .In this report, comparative information is presented since managers ultimately needed to decide on which, if any, of these areas were suitable for the containment of dredged material. However, ...
  • Biological effects of sand and gravel mining in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor : an assessment from the literature 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Brinkhuis, Boudewijn H. (Boudewijn Harm) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1980-01)
    from the scope, "This overview is designed to provide, an assessment of potential biological effects of sand and gravel mining in the Lower Bay Complex of New York Harbor. This assessment is made from the currently available ...
  • Characteristics of the Ground-Water Seepage into Great South Bay 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Zeitlin, Michael J. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1980-03)
    from the abstract, "The water quality and salinity in Great South Bay represent a balance between the amount of seawater that enters the bay through its inlets and the amount of freshwater that is supplied from Long Island. ...
  • A conceptual framework for assessing dredging/disposal options in Chesapeake Bay 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Pritchard, Donald W.; Weyl, Peter K.; Wise, William, (W. M.); Schubel, J. R.; Carter, Harry H. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979)
    from the introduction and conclusions and recommendations, "Throughout the entire United States more than 400 million cubic yards . . .of material are dredged annually by the U.S . Army Corps of Engineers. . .The greatest ...
  • Containment islands in New York Harbor 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph); Cerrato, Robert Michael (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-12)
    from the abstract, "In this report we will present information which indicates that the construction of large or medium-sized containment islands in New York Harbor is within the present technical ability, that containment ...
  • Development of a research program for the Peconic Bay Estuary responsive to management needs : phase 1 : report of a workshop, 26 November 1991 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Colvin, Gordon; McElroy, Anne; Minei, Vito; Nuzzi, Robert; Schubel, J. R.; Smith, Christopher F.; Walker, Andrew (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1991)
    from the introduction, "On 26 November 1991, a workshop was help at the Marine Sciences Research Center to begin to develop for the Peconic estuary a research program responsive to management needs. . ." This working paper ...
  • Distribution of surficial sediments and eelgrass in New York's south shore bays : an assessment from the literature 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Jones, Clifford Russell; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
    from the abstract, "We completed an investigation of all published and unpublished information available on the distributions of surficial sediment and eelgrass ( Zostera marina) in New York's south shore bays. This report ...
  • Effect of borrow pits on the abundance and distribution of fishes in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Conover, David O.; Cerrato, Robert Michael; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-12)
    from the abstract, "A finfish survey was done on a monthly basis by trawling at three sites in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor. Two of these sites were within borrow pits that had been excavated in the bay floor by ...
  • Environmental effects of sand mining in the Lower Bay of New York Harbor; Phase 1 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Kastens, Kim A.; Fray, Charles T.; Schubel, J. R.; Wilson, R. E. (Robert E.) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
    from the introduction, ". . .The pervasive goals of this study are to: (1) develop a predictive capability for assessing the environmental impacts that would result from a variety of sand and gravel mining activities--different ...
  • Evaluation of a hard clam spawner transplant site using a dye tracer technique 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Becker, Dean Scott (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
    from the abstract, "The hard clam (Meraenaria meraenaria ) spawner transplant site of the Town of Islip, New York was evaluated using a water soluble, fluorescent dye tracer. The tracer was introduced to the site at the ...
  • The impact of dredged holes on oxygen demand in the Lower Bay, New York Harbor 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Swartz, Scott M.; Brinkhuis, Boudewijn H. (Boudewijn Harm) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1978)
    from the abstract, "The purpose of this investigation was to determine the effects. . .of dredged holes in the seabed of the Lower Bay of New York Harbor on oxygen dynamics in the water column and surficial sediments. . ...
  • The impact of eelgrass on heavy metal mobilization 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Brinkhuis, Boudewijn H. (Boudewijn Harm); Penello, Wayne F. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979)
    from the abstract, "Release of cadmium and manganese radionuclides from eelgrass leaves and root-rhizome s into seawater and seawater plus. . .(EDTA) was monitored over periods of six hours following incubations of 1 to ...
  • Impact of Little Pike's Inlet on tides and salinity in Moriches Bay : final report 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Conley, Daniel C. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1994)
    from the conclusions, "Salinity and tides have been measured in Moriches Bay following the breach of December 1992 that resulted in the formation of Little Pike's Inlet. These measurements continued through the subsequent ...
  • Long Island Coastal Conference, 16-17 June 1993 : scenario planning & the future of Long Island's coastline and near-coastal environments 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R.; Larocca, James (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1993)
    from the executive summary, "On 16-17 June 1993 a group of nearly 200 environmentalists, business people, concerned homeowners, coastal scientists and engineers used scenario planning to explore a range of plausible futures ...
  • Maximizing hard clam sets at specified locations in Great South Bay by means of a larval dispersion model 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Carter, Harry H.; Wong, Kuo-Chuin; Malouf, Robert E. (R. E.) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1984-03)
    from the abstract and discussion, "The importance of Great South Bay to New York lies in the fact that at one time it was the largest single producer of hard clams (Mercenaria mercenaria) in the world. In 1976 it produced ...
  • New York and her coastal environments : the importance of developing policies for the future : conclusions and recommendations of a forum / 

    Marine Sciences Research Center; Schubel, J. R. (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1985-10-29)
    from the introduction, ". . .The ocean, the State's estuaries, the Great Lakes, and the Hudson have played crucial roles in New York's history. Surely New York would be a very different state without them; yet much of ...
  • Questions about dredging and dredged material disposal in Long Island Sound / edited by J. R. Schubel, W. M. Wise, J. Schoof ; prepared by H. J. Bokuniewicz ... [et al.]. 

    Schubel, J. R.; Wise, W. M.; Schoof, J.; Bokuniewicz, Henry J. (Henry Joseph) (Marine Sciences Research Center, Stony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY, 1979)
    from introduction, ". . .Dredging is the removal of submerged materials by hydraulic or mechanical means. Dredging is most commonly used to create or maintain waterways or to gather materials (often sand and gravel) for ...