Job Title: Associate Professor
Employer: Nova Scotia Agricultural College
Place of Birth: Windsor, ON, Canada
Public School attended: Christ the King
High School attended: Massey and Centennial
Further Education: University of Windsor (B.Sc.), Dalhousie University (M.Sc., Ph.D.)
Geographic focus of research: Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, British Columbia
Brief synopsis of current research:
I am researching more cost-effective diets for shellfish in hatcheries. (Presently live phytoplankton diets are fed to shellfish in hatcheries in the aquaculture industry.) I am looking at more effecient ways to grow quality phytoplankton for shellfish diets. The two best species to date are Chaeteros muelleri and Isochrysis galbana.
Newkirk, G., Muise, B., Enright, C.T., 1995. Culture of the Belon Oyster, Ostrea edulis, in Nova Scotia. In: Cold-Water Aquaculture in Atlantic Canada. Boghen, A.D. (Ed.). Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development 225-253.
Enright, C.T., Elner, R.W., Griswold, A., Borgese, E.M., 1993. Evaluation of crabs as control agents for biofouling in suspended culture of European oysters. World Aquaculture 24(4): 49-51.
Grant, J., Enright, C.T., Griswold, A., 1990. Resuspension and Growth of Ostrea edulis: A Field Experiment. Marine Biology 104:51-59.
Enright, C.T., Newkirk, G.F., Craigie, J.S., Castell, J.D., 1986. Evaluation of Phytoplankton as Diets for Juvenile Ostrea edulis. L.J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 96:1-13.
Enright, C.T., Newkird, G.F., Craigie, J.S., Castell, J.D., 1986. Growth of Juvenile Ostrea edulis L. fed Chaetoceros gracilis Schutt of Varied Chemical Composition. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 96: 15-26.