Center for Fisheries Engineering Research (CFER)
PIs: Clifford Goudey, MIT Sea Grant; Brandy M. M. Wilbur, MIT Sea Grant; Kenneth Ekstrom, MIT Sea Grant


Project Summary: The Center for Fisheries Engineering Research (CFER) is a focused research effort of the MIT Sea Grant College Program. CFER's mission is the solution of problems facing the fishing and aquaculture industries of Massachusetts and the nation. While all CFER projects include the application of engineering know-how, projects are typically multi-disciplinary and often involve biological, social and management issues.

   

Overview :: CFER Projects

CFER-Related Links

Aquaculture sites

ABNET: Abalone Resources
Aquaculture Association of Canada
AquaDirect aquarium equipment
AquaNIC Internet Links
AquaFind.com
Centre for Aquaculture and Seafood Development (C-ASD)
Harbor Branch - Development Park
The Institute for Aquaculture
Maine Science and Technology Association
MI-Net K-12 Aquaculture Homepage
Northwest Fisheries Science Center Water Recirculation Project

Fisheries sites

Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation (CCFI)
Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador
ICES/SCOR Symposium on "Ecosystem Effects of Fishing"
New England Fishery Management Council
NOAA Fisheries: Northeast Fisheries Science Center: Woods Hole Laboratory
Sustainable Fisheries Act