California Halibut Carcasses Wanted!!!Author: Cheryl Barnes | Posted: 06/12/2012
My name is Cheryl Barnes and I am a graduate student at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories. As part of my master's thesis, I will be conducting a study, which evaluates the reproductive capabilities of California Halibut (Paralichthys californicus). More specifically, I will estimate and compare growth rates, length and age at maturity and egg production of halibut from three central California locations (Half Moon Bay, Monterey Bay and Morro Bay) to better understand this economically important species and provide information for resource management.
If you are interested in donating a carefully-filleted California Halibut carcass (all internal organs intact) and/or providing additional information to help advance this study, please contact:
Cheryl L. Barnes, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
8272 Moss Landing Road | Moss Landing, CA 95039
e: email@example.com | p: (831) 515-8232 | f: (831) 632-4403
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Thanks and I look forward to hearing from some of you soon.
About The Author: Cheryl Barnes
Company: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Area Reporting: central California
Bio: I am a graduate student at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories conducting a study to evaluate growth rates, length and age at maturity and egg production of California Halibut from Half Moon Bay, Monterey Bay and Morro Bay. I am currently seeking volunteer anglers to donate carefully-filleted halibut carcasses to help advance my study.