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John Ewart Publications

Ewart, John W. (editor). 2013. Shellfish Aquaculture in Delaware’s Inland Bays: Status, Opportunities, and Constraints. Delaware Sea Grant Program, College of Earth, Ocean and Environment (CEOE), University of Delaware, Lewes, Delaware. 43p.

Myers, Joseph J., Bin Liu, Yumin You, Ramu Govindasamy, Venkat Puduri, John W. Ewart and Linda J. O’Dierno. 2010. Consumer Analysis in Ethnic Live Seafood Markets in the Northeast Region of the United States. Journal of Food Products Marketing. Volume 16(2). pp. 147-165.

Myers, Joseph J., Bin Liu, Yumin You, Ramu Govindasamy, Venkat Puduri, John W. Ewart and Linda J. O’Dierno. 2009. Survey of Ethnic Live Seafood Market Operators in the Northeastern USA. Aquaculture Economics & Management. Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 222-234

McIntosh, Dennis and John Ewart. 2009. Aquaculture Situation And Outlook Report 2009: Delaware. Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center. College Park, Maryland. NRAC Publication 102-2009. 6p.

Myers, Joseph J., Ramu Govindasamy, John W. Ewart, Bin Liu, Yumin You, Venkata S. Puduri and Linda J. O'Dierno. 2009. Survey of Ethnic Live Seafood Market Operators in the Northeastern USA. Aquaculture Economics & Management. Volume 13, Issue 3. pp. 222-234.  

McIntosh, Dennis and John Ewart. 2007. Aquaculture Situation And Outlook Report 2007:Delaware. Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center. College Park, Maryland. NRAC Publication 102-2007. 6p.

Urlich, P.N., J.W. Ewart and A.M. Marsh. 2007. Prevalence of Perkinsus marinus (Dermo), Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX), and QPX in Bivalves of Delaware’s Inland Bays and Quantitative, High-Throughput Diagnosis of Dermo by QPCR. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 54(6), pp. 520–526.

Kendall, Lindsay R., J. W. Ewart, P. Ulrich, and A. Marsh. 2007. Low Incidence and Limited Effect of the Oyster Pathogen Dermo (Perkinsus marinus) on an Artificial Reef in Delaware’s Inland Bays. Estuaries and Coasts. Vol. 30, No. 1, p. 1–9.

Ewart, John W., J. Alderman and EJ Chalabala. 2007. Community-based Oyster Gardening in Sussex County, Delaware for Public Education and Shellfish Restoration. The Proceedings from the 3rd National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration. Restore America’s Estuaries. Seattle, Washington.

Cicin-Sain, B., S.M. Bunsick, J. Corbin, M. R. DeVoe, T. Eichenberg, J. Ewart, J. Firestone, K. Fletcher, H. Halvorson, T. MacDonald, R. Rayburn, R. Rheault, and B. Thorne-Miller, with the assistance of J. Didden and M. Blaydes. 2005. Recommendations for an Operational Framework for Offshore Aquaculture in U.S. Federal Waters. Technical Report. Gerard J. Mangone Center for Marine Policy, University of Delaware.

Ewart, John W., J. Alderman and EJ Chalabala. 2005. Inland Bays Applied Shellfish Research and Field Demonstration Projects are Yielding Valuable Information. Inland Bays Journal. Fall 2005. 4 p.

Ewart, J.W. 2005. Delaware Center for the Inland Bays Oyster Gardening Program. Fact Sheet. Delaware Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program. Graduate College of Marine and Earth Studies, University of Delaware. 2 p.

Ewart, J.W., A. Marsh, P. Ulrich and K. Fielman. 2002. An East Coast Estuary Without Dermo or MSX? The Presence of Perkinsus or Haplosporidium Pathogens is Undetectable in Bivalves from Delaware’s Inland Bays. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health. September 1-5, 2002. New Orleans, Louisiana.

B. Cicin-Sain, R. Knecht, S. Bunsick, T. Eichenberg, J.W. Ewart, R. DeVoe, R. Rheault and H. Halvorson. 2001. Development of a Policy Framework for Offshore Marine Aquaculture in the 3-200 Mile U.S. Ocean Zone. Technical Report. Center for the Study of Marine Policy. University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. 152 p.

Ewart, J.W. and D. Webster (editors) 2000. Proceedings of EAST COAST LIVE! 2000 The Business of Marketing Live Aquatic Products. Annapolis, Maryland. November 1 4, 2000. 120 p.

Ewart, J.W. 1999. Regional Extension Activities Sponsored by the Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center. Proceedings of the National Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Extension Conference. Portland, Maine. September 29   October 2, 1999. 5 p.

Ewart, J.W. 1998. A Global Perspective: An East Coast View of the Live Aquatics industry. In: Proceedings of the East Coast Live Fish Conference   A Sea of Opportunities. C. Rogerson and C. McKenna, editors. Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. pp. 5-12.

 

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