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Peconic Bay Scallop

Bay Scallop Restoration Program Publications

2022

Sclafani, M., J. Bopp, J. Havelin, C. Humphrey, S.W.T. Hughes, J. Eddings, S.T. Tettelbach. 2022. Predation on planted and wild bay scallops (Argopecten irradians irradians) by busyconine whelks: studies of behavior incorporating acoustic telemetry. Marine Biology 169: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-022-04033-y. – highlighted article –

2022

Carroll J.M., S.T. Tettelbach, L.L. Jackson, R.E. Kulp, E. Gomez, B.J. Peterson. 2022. Variability in site characteristics linked to bay scallop abundance but not tethered survival: Implications for restoration. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 546: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2021.151663

2020

Grear, J.S., C.A. O’Leary, J.A. Nye, S.T. Tettelbach, C.J. Gobler. 2020. Effects of coastal acidification on North Atlantic bivalves: interpreting laboratory responses in the context of in situ populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 633:89-104.

Tettelbach, S.T., B.T. Furman, S.W.T. Hughes, J.M. Carroll, B.J. Peterson, J. Havelin, C.R.H. Tettelbach, R.M. Patricio. 2020. Attempted use of an uncommon bay scallop color morph for tracking the contribution of restoration efforts to population recovery. Restoration Ecology 28(3):532-542.

2015

Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, B.T. Furman, S.W.T. Hughes, J. Havelin, J.R. Europe, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock & C.F. Smith. 2015. Aspiring to an altered stable state: rebuilding of bay scallop populations and fisheries following intensive restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529:121-136.

2014

Tettelbach, S.T., K. Tetrault & J. Carroll. 2014. Efficacy of Netminder® silicone release coating for biofouling reduction in bay scallop grow-out and comparative effects on scallop survival, growth and reproduction. Aquaculture Research 45:234-242. [pdf available upon request]

2013

Tettelbach S.T., B.J. Peterson, J.M. Carroll, S.W.T. Hughes, D.M. Bonal, A.J. Weinstock, J.R. Europe, B.T. Furman & C.F. Smith. 2013. Priming the larval pump: resurgence of bay scallop recruitment following initiation of intensive restoration efforts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478:153-172.

2011

Tettelbach, S.T., D. Barnes, J. Aldred, G. Rivara, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. Fitzsimons-Diaz, J. Thiel, M.C. Cammarota, A. Stark, K. Wejnert, R. Ames, J. Carroll. 2011. Utility of high density plantings in bay scallop, Argopecten irradians irradians, restoration. Aquaculture International. 19(4):715-739.

2010

Carroll, J. M., B. J. Peterson, D. Bonal, A. Weinstock, C. F. Smith and S. T. Tettelbach. 2010. Comparative survival of bay scallops in eelgrass and the introduced alga, Codium fragile, in a New York estuary. Marine Biology 157:249–259.

2009

Tettelbach, S. T. and C. F. Smith. 2009. Bay scallop restoration in New York. Ecological Restoration 27(1):20-22.

2008

Tettelbach, S. T. and A. Weinstock. 2008. Direct observation of bay scallop spawning in New York waters. Bulletin of Marine Science 28(2): 213-219.

2007

DeSanctis, P. N., K. Tetrault and S. T. Tettelbach. 2007. Effects of photoperiod manipulation on reproductive condition of the northern bay scallop, Argopecten irradians irradians (Lamarck, 1819). The Veliger 49(1):15-18.

Contact

Dr. Stephen Tettelbach
Shellfish Ecologist
stt47@cornell.edu

Last updated May 2, 2022