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Hyrdoacoustic technology that the Navy developed during World War II is assisting North Carolina Sea Grant researchers in assessing the number of menhaden and other fish stocks in state estuaries and sounds and in seeking answers to such questions as the impact of nutrient loading on fish in estuaries. Green discusses current fishery research studies.
Ed Noga, a North Carolina Sea Grant researcher, is looking into new antibiotic properties in hybrid striped bass. These antibiotics could help potentially increase the health of aquatic populations.
Using telemetry equipment consisting of transmitters and receivers that locate fish and track their exact position, the author conducted a study of the Albemarle Sound-Roanoke River striped bass population to determine the causes of its decline.