On March 13, members of the aquaculture community met at UCLA School of Law for the inaugural California Aquaculture Law Symposium. The presenters and attendees were a mix of aquaculturists, government regulators, non-profit groups and students. Paul Olin, aquaculture specialist for … Continue reading →
James Moore is a shellfish pathologist with the Department of Fish and Wildlife. He leads CDFW’s Shellfish Health Program and has been with the department since 1999, working at the Bodega Bay facility. Moore earned his B.A. degree in biology from UC Santa Cruz and a Ph.D. in fisheries from the University of Washington. His dissertation focused on the characterization of an infectious cancer of mussels in the Pacific Northwest. As the state’s sole expert in shellfish disease, he considers it a privilege and a serious obligation to identify and address the issues of greatest concern for shellfish resources throughout the state.