Where are they now?

9 months later … where are they now? I measured four of my Olympia oyster seed batches from the 2017 experiment. This is seed I produced from broodstock that were exposed to two pH treatments (7.3, 7.8) prior to reproductive

May 2018 goals

1 month left in Seattle before shipping off to AU. Here are things that need to be done: Finish DNR paper Finish editing discussion & conclusion With newfound knowledge make sure my stats are sound Finalize map & plots Move

Larval production Larval production data are in! It’s been 1 month of collecting and counting larvae released from four broodstock treatments, held for 3 months at the following, then induced to spawn under common conditions – 18C, food ad libitum.

Whoa, April Goals

Things have gotten away from me the past few weeks due to my Manchester experiment & planning for AU. Here is my to-do list, hoping this will help me re-group: Manchester project Finish building silos (ASAP) Consider imaging larvae for