Robert Murphy

Robert Murphy

Mar 11, 2015

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    About This Project

    The striped bass fishery is a vital component of New England's coastal economy. Unfortunately, anglers and scientists agree that striped bass populations are declining. We must understand the ecological causes and consequences of this decline in order to develop sustainable management strategies. This study will assess how striped bass interact with important prey species, like lobster, in order to inform policy.

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