February 1, 2019

Agenda Meeting Notes The Importance of water quality and eutrophication models in understanding the causes of improving and degrading water quality – Dominic DiToro, University of Delaware Water Quality Modeling in Delaware’s Inland Bays: Lessons Learned – Damian Brady, University of Maine Benthic biogeochemistry in shallow coastal ecosystems: Lessons learned from East Coast estuaries – Jeffrey Cornwell, University of Maryland Developing […]

May 10, 2019

Agenda Meeting Notes Aquaculture Extension Activities & Research Initiatives in the Inland Bays – Edward Hale, Delaware Sea Grant Search for the unseen: Are derelict crab pots prevalent in Delaware’s Inland Bays? – Kate Fleming, Delaware Sea Grant & Art Trembanis, University of Delaware Improving resolution and accessibility of real-time water quality data using low-cost, high-frequency sensors maintained by […]

July 26, 2019

Agenda Meeting Notes Bunting Branch DE/MD: fish passage restoration while maintaining the old mill pond — Roman Jesien, Md. Coastal Bays Program Effects of climate change on physiology of HAB species in the Inland Bays and its consequences on trophic transfer — Nayani Vidyarathna, University of Delaware

November 1, 2019

Agenda Meeting Notes The Delaware Resilience Awareness Project (DelRAP): Local Perspectives on Big Storms and Rising Water — Tina Callahan, University of Delaware BioMonitoring 2.0 – The power and promise of environmental DNA (eDNA) sampling for fish conservation — Louis Plough, UMCES