AUTHORS / SPONSORS
|NUTRITION – BIOTIC SUPPLEMENTATION|
PhD ‘Optimisation of the rearing diets for early life stages of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus, to enhance growth, survival and health using biotic dietary supplements’
Carly Daniels: Funded by The Great Western Research Fund, The National Lobster Hatchery, The Worshipful Company of Fishmongers and the University of Plymouth in collaboration with the University of Exeter.
MSc ‘Use of prebiotics and probiotics in culturing larval European lobsters (Homarus gammarus).’
Benjamin Bourdon: Année Universitaire
‘Understanding the use of Bio-Mos® in larval lobster culture.’
Carly Daniels: Funded by the Combined Universities of Cornwall (CUC) and European Social Fund (ESF), supported by the National Lobster Hatchery and backed by the University of Plymouth and Alltech.
Poster Poster Publication
‘Developing the use of Bio-Mos® in larval lobster culture.’
Carly Daniels: Funded by CUC and ESF supported by the National Lobster Hatchery and backed by the University of Plymouth and Alltech
BSc ‘Preliminary use of Bio-Mos® in larval lobster culture’
Carly Daniels: The University of Plymouth
|NUTRITION – JUVENILE DIET DEVELOPMENT|
MSc ‘Developing a formulated pellet diet for juvenile European lobster (Homarus gammarus): Effects of variable cod liver oil concentrations on survival development and fatty acid status.’
Lewis Cocks: The University of Plymouth, Awarded the Lord Harris Scholarship
BSc ‘Investigate the potential for astaxanthin to enhance the post-larval development of the European Lobster (Homarus gammarus), by alleviating oxidative stress incurred during growth.’
Tom Bunce: The University of Exeter, Awarded the Lord Harris Scholarship
BSc ‘Bio-energetics and nutrition for the European Lobster’
Ben Jennings: The University of Plymouth
MSc ‘Development of marine based formulated diets for juvenile lobster Homarus gammarus.’
Emma Watkinson: The University of Plymouth, Awarded the Lord Harris Scholarship
|HUSBANDRY TECHNIQUES – DISINFECTION PROTOCOLS|
‘Determining the optimal use of chemicals in the disinfection of live feeds and the use of ozone in the culture of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus,at the
Jake Scolding: Sub-contracted by University of Wales, Swansea as part of Framework 7 project, incorporating eight other European partners.
MSc ‘The effect of intermittent disinfectant (Chloramine-T) exposure on growth, oxygen uptake and gill morphology of larval lobsters, Homarus gammarus.’
Nicola Wilson: The University of Plymouth
BSc ‘Improving larval survival of cultured Homarus gammarus through disinfection of live-feed Artemia nauplii.’
Charlie Ellis: The University of Plymouth
|HUSBANDRY TECHNIQUES – CONTAINER CULTURE|
MSc ‘On-growing stage V European Lobster (Homarus gammarus) in sea cages (South Cornwall, U.K).’
Bethany Wills: The University of Exeter
MSc ‘Cage culture development of post larval lobsters (Homarus gammarus L.) in the UK.’
Emily Miles: The University of Exeter
‘Developing stakeholder participation in lobster stock enhancement projects.’ – To encourage fishing industry participation in NLH stock enhancement work.
Charlie Ellis: 1 year project funded by the Save Our Seas Foundation programme
‘Developing stakeholder participation in lobster stock enhancement projects.’ – Develop release mechanisms for the deployment of juvenile lobsters by the fishing industry.
Charlie Ellis: Six month project funded by the Development for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) Fisheries Challenge Fund