Understanding rockweed food webs along the coast of Maine

Rockweed, an intertidal seaweed, has been harvested along the coast of Maine for decades. The combination of economic value, potential conservation impacts, and public interest make rockweed habitats a unique system to study food-web dynamics. The overall research objectives of the CRASSH team are: (1) understanding the role of rockweed in rocky intertidal invertebrate/bird food webs in light of harvesting and (2) bringing together diverse stakeholders towards the common goal of maintaining robust rockweed/invertebrate/bird food webs.


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