Two-year project funded by the Arpa-e, DOE. The project aims to design, assemble, and test toolkits that would enable kelp farmers to systematically collect tissue and water samples for the calculation of C and N removal.
EPSCoR seed project seeking to understand the ecophysiological responses of Fucus distichus influenced by increasing glacial runoff in SE Alaska.
Mussels and glacial meltdown
EPSCoR seed project seeking to understand the effect of glacial runoff in the performance of Mytilus trossulus in Alaska.
Site assessments for kelp farming
A six months project funded by the Alaska center of Innovation, Commercialization, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The project aims to design, assemble, and test toolkits that would enable users ti conduct site suitability assessments for kelp farming.