Seminar: February 20, 2019 at the Hudson River Foundation
How do different assemblages of fish use altered shoreline habitats in the NY-NJ harbor estuary, from piers to barges, bulkheads to restored wetlands, and sheltered coves? Are these sites suitable as nursery habitat in terms of salinity, temperature, depth, slope, dissolved oxygen, and sediment profiles? Do they hold fish and are fish reproducing there? Learn more from Dr. Grothues in this Spring 2019 seminar at the Foundation.
- Thomas M. Grothues, Associate Research Professor, Rutgers University Marine Field Station
Watch striped bass under a pier using DIDSON sound imaging technology, which was used in this study:
Watch the recording of the webinar: