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Todd Sink

Sink, Todd
Todd Sink
Associate Department Head for Extension, Associate Professor & Aquaculture Specialist
156 WFES
Undergraduate Education
B.S.,Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Purdue University
Graduate Education
Ph.D., Natural Resources: Fish Physiology, University of Tennessee


Sink, T. D. (2017) Aquatic Species Selection for Aquaponics, Southern Regional Aquaculture Center, Publication No. 5012.

Gonzalez, R. and T.D. Sink. 2017. Texas A&M University Identifies Most Effective Method of Gender Manipulation for Southern Flounder. Hatchery International, September 2017. Victoria, British Columbia.

Silvy*, E., B. Peachey, D. Gatlin and T. Sink. 2017. Project Title: Development of New Reproductive and Larval Rearing Methods to Eliminate Major Constraints During Production of Southern Flounder (Paralichthys lethostigma) for Stock Enhancement: FINAL REPORT. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department contract number: 487654

Lewey, S., M. McGarrity, T.D. Sink, K. Ford and A. Fowler. 2017. Kicking Arundo out of Texas Roadways and Waterways: A Prevention Training. Nueces River Authority

Lewey, S., M. McGarrity, T.D. Sink, K. Ford and A. Fowler. 2017. Arundo donax Prevention Fact Sheet. Texas Parks and Wildlife, PWD LF T3200-1973

Sink, T.D. and E. Silvy*. 2017. Black Gill Syndrome in Brown Shrimp from Galveston Bay. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service No. WFSC-016

Sink, T.D. 2017. Red Drum: Biology and Production of Larvae and Fingerlings. Southern Regional Aquaculture Center Publication No. 0324