Dr. of Oysters/Soil/Water/Alveolate symbiosis and parasitism

Russell Davis deep_structures_playground at worldnet.att.net
Fri Aug 21 13:58:13 EST 1998


Re: Dr. of Oysters/Soil/Water/Alveolate symbiosis and parasitism
opportunity

The Pagan River of Virginia and its oysters are acquiring some powerful
champions.

This presents you with research and collaboration opportunities that are
richer and more productive than you may have dared to even imagine. I ask
you to imagine your desire now. And I ask that you place that desire in the
context of the Pagan River and the consortium proposed in the letters to the
Virginia Marine Resources
Commission and Smithfield Packing that are published at
http://www.ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/SaveVa80mmYr.

Obviously there are significant assumptions and contingencies to be
resolved. Whatever you contribute to resolving those quandaries will make
the consortium more likely to be fruitful. Given confirmed plausibility of
various scientific assumptions I will seek participation from various
industries: steel, cement, water treatment, hog, and pulp.

Should you desire that your response be published on that web site, only
then I will do so.

The potential topics for research funding are not just Calcium Carbonate
fertilization of shellfish and sea-grass but include the following and more:

1) Iron effluent treatment for phosphate precipitation and fertility
balancing

2) Calcium effluent treatment for phosphate precipitation and fertility
balancing

3)  Iron treatment of animal waste lagoons for bottom sealing

4) Iron treatment of animal waste lagoons for ammonia to nitrate species
shift and increased nutrient salvage

5) Calcium treatment of animal waste lagoons for ammonia to nitrate species
shift and increased nutrient salvage

6) Animal waste lagoon economic optimization and its effect on odor

7) Pre incident treatment of streams for increased resilience to waste
lagoon accidents

8) Post incident treatment of streams for increased resilience to waste
lagoon accidents

9) Animal waste lagoon management for nutrient balance of outputs,
effects on stream resilience to waste lagoon accidents

10) Typical cost to earth moving construction imposed by erosion and water
absorption and
the effectiveness of avoiding those costs by white-wash (CaO) application.

11) shellfish recruitment strategies with economics in a nutrient balanced
environment

12) theoretical limits to nutrient recovery by seafood harvest.

13) pulp polysaccharide waste recovery by CaO curdling and .
pulp polysaccharide utility in CaCO3
dosing of phosphate surplus/CaCO3 deficient waters( very speculative )
for estuary phosphate precipitation and bottom flocculation and
stabilization with effects on sea-grass

14) Effect of increased bottom soil cation exchange capacity % saturation
with
Ca++ on adsorption/de-adsorption of heavy metals and hence
heavy metal availability in the water column( fresh and salt )

15) relation of Dermo and MX to symbiotic protazoa/Zooxanthellae that may
be usefull in shell precipitation in low CaCO3 environments ( very
speculative ).

Sincerely,


Russell P. Davis
SeaPines Solutions
1521 Quail Pt. Rd., Va. Beach, Va. 23454 * 1225 Selwyn Lane, Cary, NC 27511
http://www.ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/SaveVa80mmYr
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