What’s Happening at the Cat Cove Marine Lab? A Salem Sound Lecture
Wednesday, March 15, 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Program Room, Abbot Public Library and Online Via Zoom
To attend in person, please register in advance for this meeting here: tinyurl.com/March-2023-SSCW-In-Person
To attend via Zoom, please register in advance for this meeting here: tinyurl.com/March-2023-Salem-Sound-Zoom
The Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries (MADMF) has recently resumed use of the Cat Cove Marine Lab after being occupied by Salem State University for the past 20+ years. Major renovations are ongoing with a goal of reinventing and reinvigorating the lab as a major fisheries science and management research center.
In this presentation, Mike Armstrong, Deputy Director Division of Marine Fisheries at Cat Cove Marine Lab, will discuss the grand vision that MADMF has for the facility, including expansion with inclusion of more public aspects such as a small public aquarium, a marine education center, and angler education capabilities. He will also present information on the research that has already been initiated from the Cat Cove Lab on some of our locally important finfish species, including studies on the catch and release mortality of striped bass and a comprehensive study looking at the fine scale use of habitats by all life stages of the winter flounder. To attend in person, please register in advance for this meeting here: tinyurl.com/March-2023-SSCW-In-Person. To attend via Zoom, please register in advance for this meeting here: tinyurl.com/March-2023-Salem-Sound-Zoom.
For the past eleven years, Underwater in Salem Sound has been jointly sponsored by Salem Sound Coastwatch and Abbot Public Library.
In 2023, there will be one additional lecture on April 19. All the lectures are free and open to the public. For more information, please visit www.salemsound.org.