The Edwin Barbey Charitable Trust Fellowship provides support for resident or visiting investigators to conduct research at the MBL on biological and ecological questions that relate to striped bass. The fellows work closely with the Striped Bass Magic program at the MBL.

This year's Barbey Fellows are:

Lisa Abbo, Marine Biological Laboratory
Patterns of Behavior of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) in Eel Pond After Implantation of Acoustic Transmitters Either Under AQUI-S 20E General Anesthesia or Local Anesthesia Alone

Allen Mensinger, University of Minnesota Duluth & Rosalyn Putland, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) Lowestoft
Exploring the Effect of Vessel Sound on Striped Bass Behavior and Physiology

Brian Prendergast, University of Chicago
Seasonal and Circadian Rhythms of Striped Bass Behavior in a Natural Environment

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