Shellfish

Marine Invertebrate Fisheries and Conservation

Research in the Marine Invertebrate Fisheries and Conservation Lab (resident scientist Laura Rogers-Bennett, Center for Wildlife Health and California Department of Fish and Wildlife) focuses on examining processes which impact marine invertebrate populations and communities then applying these findings to fisheries management and marine conservation issues. Marine invertebrates have become the most important fisheries in California in terms of both volume and value. In 2012, four of the top five fisheries were marine invertebrates.

Sara Boles, MS, Ph.D.

  • Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Bodega Marine Laboratory
  • Aquaculture Cooperative Extension Lab
  • Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute
Bodega Marine Laboratory
Bodega Marine Laboratory, PO Box 247, 2099 Westshore Rd, Bodega Bay CA 94923

Anne Todgham, Ph.D.

  • CMSI Associate Director of Academic Programs
  • Associate Professor
  • College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Department of Animal Science
  • Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute
UC Davis Main Campus
Department of Animal Science, 2205 Meyer Hall, Davis CA 95616