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Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel) The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China. ian,symbol,vector,aquaculture,filter feeder,introduced,non-native
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network198 views23 downloads (Details)The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China.Add to lightbox
Salmo salar (Atlantic Salmon) The Atlantic salmon is an anadromous fish, typically spending 2-3 years in freshwater, migrating to the ocean where it also spends 2-3 years, and then returning to its natal river to spawn. It originally occurred in every country with rivers flowing in to the North Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea and is thus native to the region. Today, the species distribution has decreased in its southern range on
both sides of the Atlantic. ian,symbol,vector,aquaculture,Norway,Chile
Salmo salar (Atlantic Salmon)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network138 views31 downloads (Details)The Atlantic salmon is an anadromous fish, typically spending 2-3 years in freshwater, migrating to the ocean where it also spends 2-3 years, and then returning to its natal river to spawn. It originally occurred in every country with rivers flowing in to the North Atlantic Ocean and the Baltic Sea and is thus native to the region. Today, the species distribution has decreased in its southern range on
both sides of the Atlantic.
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Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver Carp) This fish is used for aquaculture throughout Asia, particularly in China and Vietnam. Silver carp were imported to North America in the 1970s to control algae growth in aquaculture and municipal wastewater treatment facilities. They escaped from captivity soon after their importation. They are considered a highly invasive species. symbol,vector,illustration,introduction,non-native
Hypophthalmichthys molitrix (Silver Carp)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network154 views24 downloads (Details)This fish is used for aquaculture throughout Asia, particularly in China and Vietnam. Silver carp were imported to North America in the 1970s to control algae growth in aquaculture and municipal wastewater treatment facilities. They escaped from captivity soon after their importation. They are considered a highly invasive species.Add to lightbox
Oyster racks At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. These "mother" shells containing the oyster spat (baby oysters) are then strung together on wires and suspended in Drakes Estero. aquaculture,shellfish,west coast,California
Oyster racksPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network395 views6 downloads (Details)At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. These "mother" shells containing the oyster spat (baby oysters) are then strung together on wires and suspended in Drakes Estero.Add to lightbox
Oyster shells awaiting spat and oyster mesh bags At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation. aquaculture,shellfish,seeding,California
Oyster shells awaiting spat and oyster mesh bagsPhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration & Application Network423 views4 downloads (Details)At Drakes Bay Oyster Company near Point Reyes, CA, oysters grow either as singles or in clusters. The singles are grown as individuals from the larval stage. The single oysters are produced in the indoor hatchery located on-farm, and are then moved to the growing area in mesh bags to resist predation from bat rays. Clusters are created by setting many larvae on shells saved from the shucking and packing operation.Add to lightbox
Chesapeake Bay Bridge marina Bay Bridge marina, Maryland aerial,flyover,development,Chesapeake Bay,infrastructure,human,aquaculture,travel,fishing
Chesapeake Bay Bridge marinaPhoto (JPG) Jane ThomasIAN, UMCES160 views1 downloads (Details)Bay Bridge marina, MarylandAdd to lightbox
Fishing Rod Taken from a fishing pier in Cape Charles, Virginia 2011reportcardcontest,fishing,aquaculture,pole,bait,cape charles,fish,lea2122@yahoo.com
Fishing RodPhoto (JPG) Laurie Adamkiewicz163 views2 downloads (Details)Taken from a fishing pier in Cape Charles, VirginiaAdd to lightbox
Boathouse A boathouse on a local, private dock. boat,aquaculture,shoreline,shore,river,private
BoathousePhoto (JPG) Ben LongstaffEcocheck53 views3 downloads (Details)A boathouse on a local, private dock.Add to lightbox
Jug Bay Looking out over Jug Bay, National Estuarine Research Reserve, Maryland bay,estuary,research,reserve,aquaculture,canoe
Jug BayPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES98 views5 downloads (Details)Looking out over Jug Bay, National Estuarine Research Reserve, MarylandAdd to lightbox
Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary Pictorial of the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary in Maryland, USA wetlands,national,research,reserve,aquaculture,saltwater,bay
Jug Bay Wetlands SanctuaryPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES169 views10 downloads (Details)Pictorial of the Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary in Maryland, USA1 commentsAdd to lightbox
Canoeing on the Jug Bay Two canoers on the Jug Bay look towards the shore. The Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is a part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve, and is located in Maryland, USA. national,estuary,research,reserve,maryland,saltwater,aquaculture
Canoeing on the Jug BayPhoto (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES95 views0 downloads (Details)Two canoers on the Jug Bay look towards the shore. The Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary is a part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve, and is located in Maryland, USA.Add to lightbox
Habitat requirements of seagrass and hard clams Conceptual Diagram illustrating the general requirements for seagrass and clam aquaculture. These both include sandy sediment and shallow water. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 386) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/ diagram,aquaculture,depth,salinity,sand,intertidal,subtidal
Habitat requirements of seagrass and hard clamsRaster Graphic (PNG) Jane ThomasIAN556 views31 downloads (Details)Conceptual Diagram illustrating the general requirements for seagrass and clam aquaculture. These both include sandy sediment and shallow water. Diagram from "Shifting Sands" (pg. 386) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/93/Add to lightbox

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