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CURRICULUM VITAE of DAVID BUSHEK

May 2015
Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory Phone: (856) 785-0074 x4327

Rutgers University Fax: (856) 785-1544

6959 Miller Avenue E-mail: bushek@hsrl.rutgers.edu



Port Norris, New Jersey 08349 Internet: www.hsrl.rutgers.edu/bushek.html

USA
EDUCATION:
1994 Ph.D., Ecology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Dissertation title: Dermo disease in eastern oysters: genetics of host-parasite interactions.

1987 M.S., Biology, University of Houston, Houston, TX

Thesis title: Settlement as a major determinant of intertidal oyster and barnacle distributions along a horizontal gradient.

1984 B.S., Zoology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
2011 - present Director, Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers University, Port Norris, NJ

2009 - present Associate Professor, Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences and New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

2003 - 2009 Assistant Professor, Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences and New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

2003 - present Adjunct Associate Professor of Marine Science, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

1998 - 2004 Visiting Research Assistant Professor, Department of Marine Science, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC

1996 - 2004 Adjunct Faculty Member, Graduate Program in Marine Biology, University of Charleston, Charleston, SC

2002 - 2003 Research Associate Professor, Baruch Institute for Marine Biology and Coastal Research/ Marine Science Program/ School of the Environment, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

1994 - 2003 Assistant Director, Baruch Marine Field Laboratory, University of South Carolina, Georgetown, SC

1994 - 2002 Research Assistant Professor, Baruch Institute for Marine Biology and Coastal Research/ Marine Science Program (appointed 1995)/ School of the Environment (appointed 1995), University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

1989 - 1994 Graduate Assistant, Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Rutgers University, Port Norris, NJ

1987 - 1989 Researcher, Department of Biology, University of Houston, Houston, TX

1986 Research Assistant, Marine Science Program, University of Houston, Galveston, TX

1985 Biological Aide, National Marine Fishery Service, Galveston, TX

1984 - 1987 Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, University of Houston, Houston, TX

1983 - 1984 Undergraduate Research Assistant, The Ohio State University, Department of Zoology, Columbus, OH
PUBLICATIONS:

Submitted



  1. Baggett, L.P., S.P. Powers, R.D. Brumbaugh, L. Coen, B. DeAngelis, J. Greene, B. Hancock, S. Morlock, B. Allen, D. Breitburg, D. Bushek, J.H. Grabowski, R. Grizzle, T. Grosholz, M. La Peyre, M. Luckenbach, K. McGraw, M.F. Piehler, S. Westby and P.S.E. zu Ermgassen. (accepted w/revision) Setting guidelines for evaluating performance of oyster habitat restoration. Restoration Ecology

  2. Moody, J., D. Bushek, D. Kreeger, E. J. Green, R. Lathrop Jr. (accepted w/revision) The relationship between the ribbed mussel (Geukensia demissa) and salt marsh shoreline erosion. Estuaries and Coasts

Accepted/in press



  1. Ben-Horin, T., G. Bidegain, L. Huey, D.A. Narvaez, and D. Bushek (in press) Parasite transmission through particle feeding. J. Invert. Path.

  2. Dungan, C.F. and D. Bushek. 2015. Development and applications of Ray's fluid thioglycollate media for detection and manipulation of Perkinsus spp. pathogens of marine molluscs. J. Invert. Pathol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jip.2015.05.004.

  3. Powell, E.N., R. Mann, K.A. Ashton-Alcox, Y. Kim and D. Bushek. 2015. The allometry of oysters: spatial and temporal variation in the length–biomass relationships for Crassostrea virginica. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025315415000703.

Peer Reviewed



  1. Zarnoch, C.B., J.N. Kraeuter, B.F. Beal, V. M. Bricelj, G. Flimlin and D. Bushek. 2015. Geographic origin and culture method influence the overwinter mortality of juvenile hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Aquaculture, 440: 48–59.

  2. Munroe, D., A. Tabatabai, I. Burt, D. Bushek, E.N. Powell, and J. Wilkin. 2013. Oyster Mortality and Disease in Delaware Bay: Impact and Recovery Following Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 135:209-219.

  3. Bushek, D., S.E. Ford and I. Burt. 2012. Long-term patterns of an estuarine pathogen along a salinity gradient. J Marine Research, 70(2-3):225-251.

  4. Ford, S.E. and D. Bushek. 2012. Development of resistance to an introduced marine pathogen by a native host. J. Marine Research, 70(2-3):205-223.

  5. Ford, S.E., E. Scarpa and D. Bushek. 2012. Spatial and temporal variability of disease refuges in an estuary: implications for the development of resistance. J. Marine Research, 70(2-3):253-277.

  6. He, Y., S. Ford, D. Bushek, E. Powell, Z. Bao, and X. Guo. 2012. Effective population sizes of eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) populations in Delaware Bay, USA. J. Marine Research, 70(2-3): 357-379.

  7. Powell, E.N., J. Klinck, X. Guo, E. Hoffman, S.E. Ford and D. Bushek. 2012. Can oysters Crassostrea virginica develop resistance to Dermo disease: The impediment posed by climate cycles. J. Marine Research, 70(2-3):309-355.

  8. Wang, Z., D. Haidvogel, D. Bushek, S. Ford, E. Hofmann, E. Powell, and J. Wilkin. 2012. Circulation and Water properties and Their Relationship to the Oyster Disease, MSX, in Delaware Bay. J. Marine Research, 70(2-3):279-308.

  9. Kraeuter J.N., S.E. Ford, D. Bushek, E. Scarpa, W.C. Walton, D.C. Murphy, G. Flimlin and G. Mathis 2011. Evaluation of three northern quahog (=hard clam) Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus) strains grown in Massachusetts and New Jersey for QPX-resistance. J. Shellfish Research, 30(3):805-812.

  10. Powell, E.N., J. Klink, X. Guo, E. Hofmann, S.E. Ford and D. Bushek. 2011. The potential for oysters, Crassostrea virginica to develop resistance to Dermo disease in the field: Evaluation using a gene-based population dynamics model. J. Shellfish Research, 30(3):685-712.

  11. Ford, SE, J Paterno, E Scarpa, Y Kim, EN Powell and D Bushek. 2011. Widespread survey finds no evidence of Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX) in Gulf of Mexico oysters. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 93: 251–256. DOI: 10.3354/dao02306.

  12. Wang S., E. Peatman, H Liu, D Bushek, SE Ford, H Kucuktas, J Quilang, P Li, R Wallace, Y Wang, X Guo, Z Liu. 2010. Microarray analysis of gene expression in eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) reveals a novel combination of antimicrobial and oxidative stress host responses after dermo (Perkinsus marinus) challenge. Fish and Shellfish Immunology, 29(6):921-9.

  13. Hofmann, E., D. Bushek, S. Ford, X. Guo, D. Haidvogel, D. Hedgecock, J. Klinck, C. Milbury, D. Narvaez, E. Powell, Y. Wang, Z. Wang, J. Wilkin, L. Zhang. 2009. Understanding How Disease and Environment Combine to Structure Resistance in Estuarine Bivalve Populations. Oceanography 22(12):212-231.

  14. Ford, S., N. Stokes, E. Burreson, E. Scarpa, R. Carnegie, J. Kraeuter and D. Bushek. 2009. Minchinia mercenariae n sp., a parasite of the hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol., 56(6):542–551

  15. Gray, B. R., D. Bushek, J. W. Drane and D. Porter. 2009. Associations between land use and Perkinsus marinus infection of eastern oysters in a high salinity, partially urbanized estuary. Ecotoxicology, 18:259-269.

  16. Powell, E.N., J. Kraeuter, K. Ashton-Alcox, S.E. Ford and D. Bushek. 2008. Long-term trends in oyster population dynamics in Delaware Bay: Regime shifts and response to disease. J. Shellfish Res. 27(4): 729-755.

  17. Taylor, J. and D Bushek. 2008. Intertidal oyster reefs can persist and function in a temperate North American Atlantic estuary. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 361:301-306.

  18. Richards, G.P., M.A. Watson, E.J. Crane, I.G. Burt, and D. Bushek. 2008. Shewanella and Photobacterium in oysters and seawater from the Delaware Bay. Appl. Env. Micro. 74(11):3323-3327.

  19. Bushek, D., A. Kornbluh, H. Wang, X. Guo, G. DeBrosse and J. Quinlan. 2008. Fertilization interference between Crassostrea ariakensis and Crassostrea virginica: a gamete sink? J. Shellfish Res. 27(3): 593-600.

  20. Bushek, D., BJ Landau and EM Scarpa. 2008. Perkinsus chesapeaki in stout razor clams Tagelus plebeius from Delaware Bay. Dis. Aquat. Org. 78(3):243-247

  21. Coen LD, R.D. Brumbaugh, D. Bushek, R. Grizzle, M.W. Luckenbach, M.H. Posey, S.P. Powers, G.S. Tolley. 2007. AS WE SEE IT: Ecosystem services related to oyster restoration. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 341:303-307

  22. Bushek D., M. Heidenreich and D. Porter. 2007. The effects of several common anthropogenic contaminants on proliferation of the parasitic oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus. Mar. Env. Res., 64:535-540.

  23. Allen, D.M., S.S. Haertel-Borer, B.J. Milan, D. Bushek and R.D. Dame. 2007. Geomorphological determinants of nekton use in intertidal salt marsh creeks. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 329:57-71.

  24. Ellin, R. and D. Bushek. 2006 Adaptation of Ray’s fluid thioglycollate medium assay to detect and quantify planktonic stages of Perkinsus parasites. J. Shellfish Res. 25(3):1037-1042.

  25. Bushek, D. and S. Boyd. 2006. Seasonal Abundance and Occurrence of the Asian Isopod Synidotea laevidorsalis in Delaware Bay, USA. Biological Invasions, 8(4):697-702.

  26. Toline, C.A., P. Kenny and D. Bushek. 2005. Cement-coated stakes enhance recruitment of damaged oyster reefs (South Carolina). Ecological Restoration, 23(4):277-288.

  27. Bushek, D. and D.M. Allen. 2005. Motile suspension feeders in estuarine and marine ecosystems. In: The Comparative Role of Suspension Feeders in Ecosystems, RF Dame and S Olenin (eds), NATO Science Series: IV – Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vol. 47. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. pp 53-71.

  28. Bushek, D., D Richardson, M.Y. Bobo and L.D. Coen. 2004. Quarantine of oyster shell cultch reduces the abundance of Perkinsus marinus. J. Shellfish Research, 23(2):369-373.

  29. Ford, S.E., M.M.Chintala, and D. Bushek. 2002. Comparison of in vitro cultured and wild-type Perkinsus marinus I. Pathogen virulence. Dis. Aquat. Org., 51:187-201.

  30. Chintala, M.M., D. Bushek, and S.E. Ford. 2002. Comparison of in vitro cultured and wild-type Perkinsus marinus II. Dosing methods and host response. Dis. Aquat. Org., 51:203-216.

  31. Bushek, D. S.E. Ford and M.M Chintala. 2002. Comparison of in vitro cultured and wild-type Perkinsus marinus III. Fecal elimination and its role in transmission. Dis. Aquat. Org., 51:217-225.

  32. Bushek, D, C. Dungan, and A. Lewitus. 2002. Serological Affinities of the Protozoan Oyster Pathogen Perkinsus marinus (Apicomplexa) with Some Dinoflagellates (Dinophyceae). J. Euk. Microbiol., 49(1):11-16

  33. Dame, R., D. Bushek, D. Allen, A. Lewitus, D. Edwards, E. Koepfler and L. Gregory. 2002. Ecosystem response to bivalve density reduction: management implications. Aquatic Ecology, 36:51-65.

  34. Reece, K.S., D. Bushek, K.L. Hudson and J.E. Graves. 2001. Geographic distribution of Perkinsus marinus genetic strains along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the USA, Marine Biology, 139: 1047-1055.

  35. Dame, R., D. Bushek and T. Prins. 2001. Benthic suspension feeders as determinants of ecosystem structure and function in shallow coastal waters. pp. 11-37 In: Ecological Studies, Vol. 151, K. Reise (ed) Ecological Comparisons of Sedimentary Shores. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Germany, 384 pp.

  36. Dame, D., D. Bushek, D. Allen, D. Edwards, L. Gregory, A. Lewitus, S. Crawford, E. Koepfler, C. Corbett, B. Kjerve and T. Prins. 2000. The experimental analysis of tidal creeks dominated by oyster reefs: The pre-manipulation year. J. Shellfish Res., 19(1): 361-369.

  37. Bushek, D., R. A. Holley and K. S. Reece. 2000. Use of micromanipulation and “feeder” layers to clone the protozoan oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus. J. Eukaryotic Microbiol., 47(2):164-166

  38. Vernberg, F.J., W.B. Vernberg, D.E. Porter, G.T. Chandler, H.N. McKellar, D. Tufford, G. Scott, T. Siewicki, M. Fulton, D. Bushek and M. Wahl. 1999. Impact of coastal development on Land-Coastal Waters. IN: Land-Ocean Interactions: Managing Coastal Ecosystems. E. Ozhan (ed.) MEDCOAST, Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey. pp. 613-622.

  39. Kawaguchi, T., D. Porter, D. Bushek and B. Jones. 1999. Mercury in the American oyster Crassostrea virginica in South Carolina, USA and public health concerns. Mar. Poll. Bull., 38(4): 324-327

  40. Dame, R., D. Edwards, S. Crawford, L. Gregory, D. Bushek, A. Lewitus, E. Koepfler, D. Allen, C. Corbett, B. Kjerfve, and students. 1998. Ecosystem scale observations of estuarine variability. ICES CM 1998/MINI8, 9 pp.

  41. White, D. L., D. Bushek, D. E. Porter, and D. Edwards. 1998. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Kriging: Analysis of the Spatial and Temporal Distributions of the oyster pathogen Perkinsus marinus in a Developed and an Undeveloped Estuary. J. Shellfish Res., 17(5): 1473-1476.

  42. Nikolova, S., D. Williams, G. Kineke, D. Bushek, and D. Porter. 1998. Searching for a prominent role of research in undergraduate education: Project Interface. J. Excellence in College Teaching, 8(1):69-81.

  43. Green, R., D. Bushek and R. Dame. 1998. The spatial distribution of the parasite, Perkinsus marinus, in the oyster Crassostrea virginica along the intertidal creeks of North Inlet Estuary, South Carolina. Proc. Nat’l. Conf. Undergrad. Res. NCUR 98, 4:1423-1426.

  44. Bushek, D., S.E. Ford, K.A. Alcox, R. Gustafson, and S.K. Allen, Jr. 1997. Response of Crassostrea virginica to in vitro cultured Perkinsus marinus: Preliminary comparisons of three inoculation methods. J. Shellfish Res., 16(2):479-485.

  45. Reece, K., J. Graves and D. Bushek. 1997. Molecular markers for population genetic analysis of Perkinsus marinus. Mol. Mar. Biol. Biotech., 6(3):197-206.

  46. Bushek, D. and S.K. Allen, Jr. 1996. Host-parasite interactions among broadly distributed populations of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica and the protozoan Perkinsus marinus. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 139:127-141.

  47. Bushek, D. and S.K. Allen, Jr. 1996. Races of Perkinsus marinus. J. Shellfish Res., 15(1):103-107.

  48. Gaffney, P.M. and D. Bushek. 1996. Genetic aspects of disease resistance in oysters. J. Shellfish Res., 15(1):135-140.

  49. Bushek, D., S.E. Ford and S.K. Allen. Jr. 1994. Evaluation of methods using Ray’s fluid thioglycollate medium for diagnosis of Perkinsus marinus infections in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica. Ann. Rev. Fish Dis., 4:201-217.

  50. Fong, D., R. Rodriguez, K. Koo, J. Sun, M.L. Sogin, D. Bushek, D.T.J. Littlewood, S.E. Ford. 1993 Small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequence of the oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus. Mol.Mar.Biol.Biotech. 2(6):346-350.

  51. Allen, S.K., Jr., P.M. Gaffney, J.S. Scarpa, D. Bushek. 1993. Inviable hybrids of Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) with C. rivularis (Gould) and C. gigas (Thunberg). Aquaculture 113:269-289.

  52. Allen, S.K., Jr., and D. Bushek. 1992. Large scale production of triploid Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) using "stripped" gametes. Aquaculture, 103:241-251.

  53. Bushek, D. and G.N. Cameron. 1992. Recruitment and reproduction of the Asiatic clam (Corbicula fluminea) in southeastern Texas. Texas J. Sci., 44(1):123-127.

  54. Cameron, G.N., J.M. Symons, D. Bushek, R. Kulkarni. 1989 The effect of temperature and pH on the toxicity of monochloramine to the Asiatic clam (Corbicula fluminea). J. Amer. Water Works Assoc., 81(10):62-71.

  55. Bushek, D. 1988. Settlement as a major determinant of intertidal oyster and barnacle distributions along a horizontal gradient. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 122(1):1-18.

Technical Reports



  1. Ashton-Alcox, K., D. Bushek, J. Morson and D. Munroe. 2015. Report of the 2015 Stock Assessment Workshop: New Jersey Delaware Bay Oyster Beds (17th SAW) February 10-11, 2015. 118 pp.

  2. Carnegie, RB, D. Bushek, L.R. Calvo, K.L. Hudson, L.L. Gustafson, and L.H. Creekmore. 2014. East Coast Regional Molluscan Aquaculture Health Management Workshop: Meeting Summary October 6, 2014. 2 pp. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4061.2004

  3. Ashton-Alcox, K and D Bushek. 2014. Executive Summary of the 2014 Stock Assessment Workshop

(16th SAW) for the New Jersey Delaware Bay Oyster. 20 pp.

  1. Carnegie, R and D Bushek. 2013. Bonamia exitiosa and its infection of Crassostrea virginica in the eastern USA: An advisory. 2 pp. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2488.3363

  2. Bushek, D and K Ashton-Alcox. 2013. HSRL Report of the 2013 Stock Assessment Workshop for the New Jersey Delaware (15th SAW). 133 pp

  3. Bushek, D. 2013. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2012 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 4, 2013. 29 pp.

  4. Bushek, D and K Ashton-Alcox. 2012. HSRL Report of the 2013 Stock Assessment Workshop for the New Jersey Delaware (15th SAW). 133 pp.

Bay Oyster Beds. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory, Port Norris, NJ.

  1. Bushek, D. 2013. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2012 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 4, 2013. 29 pp.

  2. Bushek, D. 2012. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2011 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 13, 2012. 31 pp.

  3. Bushek, D. 2011. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2010 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 4, 2011. 28 pp.

  4. Bushek, D. 2010. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2009 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 1, 2010. 32 pp.

  5. Ad Hoc HRF Oyster Restoration Review Team (Loren Coen, David Bushek, Sean Powers, Ray Grizzle, Mark Luckenbach, Kim Reece and Steve Scyphers). 2009. Overview of HRF Oyster Restoration Efforts and Future Directions: August 11-12, 2009 Post-Meeting Workshop Summary. 4 pp.

  6. Bushek, D. 2009. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2008 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 3, 2009. 28 pp.

  7. Kathryn Ashton-Alcox, Eric Powell, and David Bushek. 2008. 2008 Shell-Planting Program in Delaware Bay. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 34 pp.

  8. Ford, S., N. Stokes, E. Burreson, E. Scarpa, R. Carnegie, J. Kraeuter, D. Bushek. 2008. A Novel Hard Clam Parasite: Making Sense of a New Finding. ICES CM 2008/D. 5 pp.

  9. Kreeger, D, J Kraeuter and D Bushek. 2008. Oysters: Crassostrea virginica. Status report for State of the Delaware Estuary published as a special issue of Estuary News, 18(3):29; PDE Report No. 08-01.

  10. Bushek, D. 2008. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2007 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 4, 2008. 28 pp.

  11. Bushek, D., P.R. Kingsley-Smith, S.K. Allen, Jr., M.J. Bishop, C.J. Kelly, V.S. Kennedy, M.W. Luckenbach, R.I.E. Newell, D.W. Merritt, A. Padeletti, K.P. Paynter, C.H. Peterson, and M.N. Tamburri. 2007. Potential Direct and Indirect Interactions Between Crassostrea ariakensis and Crassostrea virginica. NOAA Fact Sheet. 2 pp.

  12. Bushek, D. 2007. Delaware Bay New Jersey Oyster Seedbed Monitoring Program: 2006 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 7, 2007. 25 pp.

  13. Marsh, B., D. Bushek, S. Boyd and P. VanVeld. 2007. Preliminary assessment of the effects of Delaware Bay water and a known endocrine disrupting compound on horseshoe crabs (Limulus polyphemus) using proteomics and observation of embryonic development and survival. DEC ID # 200550005.1, FFS # 5N41, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Northeast Region Division of Refuges and Wildlife, Hadley, Massachusetts. June 2007. 114 pp.

  14. Bushek, D. 2006. Bennies Sand 2003 NJDEP Demonstration Project: Preliminary Growth Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Jan 23, 2006. 2 pp.

  15. Schill, S.R., D. Porter, L.D. Coen, D. Bushek, and J. Vincent, 2006. Development of an Automated Mapping Technique for Monitoring and Managing Shellfish Distributions. A Final Report Submitted to the NOAA/UNH Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology (CICEET), 88pp.

  16. Bushek, D. 2005. Delaware Bay Oyster Seedbed Disease Monitoring Program: 2005 Status Report. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. December 30, 2005. 19 pp.

  17. Bushek, D. 2005. Delaware Bay Oyster Seedbed Mortality and Disease Report for 2004. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 7, 2005. 17 pp.

  18. Bushek, D. 2004. Delaware Bay Oyster Seedbed Stock Assessment Workshop Mortality and Disease Report for 2003. Haskin Shellfish Research Laboratory. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. February 4, 2004. 6 pp.

  19. Bushek, D., A.M. Lohrer, and M.J. Hartman. 2004. Using the National Estuarine Research Reserve System as a platform to prevent and control invasions by exotic decapod crabs. NOAA Technical report NA17OR2494. 30 pp.

  20. Bushek D. and T.L. Howell. 2000. The effect of UV irradiation on Perkinsus marinus and its potential use to reduce transmission via shellfish effluents. Northeast Regional Aquaculture Center, Univ. Mass., North Dartmouth, MA. NRAC Publication No. 00-008. 5 pp.

  21. Friedman C., E.M. Burreson, D. Bushek, R. Elston, J. Moore, R. Smolowitz. 2000. Chapter 10: Disease. Pp 117-134 in: Molluscan Shellfish Research and Management, Charting a Course for the Future. Shumway and Kraeuter (eds). Proceedings from the workshop at Charleston, SC January 2000.

Other


  1. Bushek, D. and R. Carnegie. 2014. Harmonizing East Coast Shellfish Health Regulations. ECSGA Newsletter, Issue 3 October 2014. pp 3 & 8.

  2. Whalen, L., D. Kreeger, D. Bushek and J. Moody. 2012. Strategic Planning for Living Shorelines in the Delaware Estuary. National Wetlands Newsletter, 34(6):14-19.


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