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Environmental Protection Agency regarding $999,640 Wetlands Program Development Grant provided to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS).
The article went on to quote Deborah Steinberg, a biological oceanographer at the Virginia institute of Marine Science in Gloucester Point: "I'm not worried at current levels of the fishing effort.
The egg string was maintained at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) Eastern Shore Laboratory in Wachapreague, VA, until April 8, 2010, at ambient conditions (March 1, 4.
It was a never-ending, massive, thriving reef,Ao said Rom Lipcius, a professor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science who worked on the project.
Similar approaches with other natural and artificial reefs could lead to recovery of the native oyster throughout North America, as well as other ecosystems worldwide where native oysters have been functionally extirpated," wrote lead author David Shulte of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
But a recent survey by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science identified more than 400 such zones, from the fiords of Norway to the bays of New Zealand.
The experts say the hundreds of regions of critically low oxygen now affect a combined area the size of New Zealand, and that they pose as great a threat to life in the world's oceans as overfishing, an oceans expert at the US Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary, at Gloucester Point, said: "Dead zones were once rare.
Hale of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Gloucester Point.