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Macroalgae
Thursday, February 22, 2018  2:00 - 5:00  Champagne 2
Chair: John Colt
4:00 
Balunkeswar Nayak
OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN PROCESSING AND PRESERVATION OF SUGAR KELP
4:30 
Jacqueline Mitchell
OPTIMIZATION OF ALGAL TURF SCRUBBERS FOR LARGE-SCALE SUPER-INTENSIVE AQUACULTURE
4:45 
Gregory Rorrer
SELECTIVE PRODUCTION OF C10 HYDROCARBONS BY MICROPLANTLET SUSPENSION CULTURES OF THE MACROPHYTIC MARINE RED ALGA Ochtodes secundiramea
2:00 
Marc von Keitz
THE ARPA-E MARINER PROGRAM AND THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR OFF-SHORE CULTIVATION OF MACROALGAE (SEAWEED)
2:15 
David Fredriksson
HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF MACROALGAE GROWN ON A LONG-LINE AQUACULTURE SYSTEM FROM PHYSICAL MODEL TESTS
2:30 
Chris Langdon
CULTURE OF PACIFIC DULSE Palmaria mollis IN LAND-BASED SYSTEMS
2:45 
John Colt
MACROALGAE GROWTH: ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING MODELS AND LIMITATIONS
3:00 
Adam Chorazyczewski
BACTERIAL-ALGAL PHYCOSPHERE INTERACTIONS: IS THERE AN EFFECT ON GROWTH AND LIPID PRODUCTION?
3:15 
Alexander W. Geddie
THE EFFECT OF SALINITY ON THE TOTAL ACCUMULATION OF COPPER AND ZINC IN THE MACROALGAE Ulva fasciata
3:30 
Scott Lindell
NEW TOOLS FOR SELECTIVELY IMPROVING STRAINS OF SUGAR KELP Saccharina latissima FOR FOOD AND FUEL
3:45 
Jennifer Perry
DEVELOPMENT OF PRESERVATION PROCESSES FOR REFRIGERATION-STABLE SEA VEGETABLES: PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND MICROBIAL SAFETY ASPECTS
4:15 
Jesse Traller
DEVELOPMENT OF A LOW-COST NOVEL ALGAE BASED AQUACULTURE FEED PRODUCT
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