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Todd Sink

Sink, Todd
Todd Sink
Associate Department Head & Program Leader, Associate Professor & Aquaculture Extension Specialist
Office:
156 WFES
Email:
Phone:
979-862-1558
Resume/CV
https://fisheries.tamu.edu/
Undergraduate Education
B.S.,Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Purdue University
Graduate Education
Ph.D., Natural Resources: Fish Physiology, University of Tennessee

Publications

Sink, T., R. Vega, and J. Butler. (2018) Red Drum: Reproductive Biology, Broodstock Management, and Spawning, Southern Regional Aquaculture Center, Publication No. 0320.

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