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Infectious diseases affect marine fisheries and aquaculture economics.
- K. Lafferty, C. Harvell, +6 authors S. Saksida
- Biology, Medicine
- Annual review of marine science
- 5 January 2015
Seafood is a growing part of the economy, but its economic value is diminished by marine diseases. Infectious diseases are common in the ocean, and here we tabulate 67 examples that can reduce… Expand
WHY OYSTER RESTORATION GOALS IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY ARE NOT AND PROBABLY CANNOT BE ACHIEVED
Abstract Efforts to restore the native oyster in the Chesapeake Bay enjoy enormous public support and have consumed and continue to consume vast, some would argue unreasonable and unjustifiable,… Expand
Modeling the Vertical Distribution of Oyster Larvae in Response to Environmental Conditions
A size-structured, time and vertically-dependent model was used to investigate the effects of water column structure on the distribution of larvae of the oyster Crassostrea virginica. Formulations… Expand
Modeling oyster populations: I. A commentary on filtration rate. Is faster always better?
Histological techniques for marine bivalve molluscs: update
This chapter describes the procedures for determining the reproductive stage of oysters, mytilid mussels, and dreissenid mussels collected for NOAA’s National Status and Trends Mussel Watch Project.… Expand
How long does oyster shell last on an oyster reef
Abstract A reduction in population abundance, brought on by an unprecedented 6 years of low recruitment, has reduced shell input through natural mortality on Delaware Bay oyster beds. Quantitative… Expand
IS OYSTER SHELL A SUSTAINABLE ESTUARINE RESOURCE?
Abstract The decline of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) as an estuarine resource is well documented for many estuaries on the United States east coast. This decline is often associated… Expand
A biochemically based model of the growth and development of Crassostrea gigas larvae.
The energetic cost of Perkinsus marinus parasitism in oysters: quantification of the thioglycollate method.
Ecological consequences of environmental perturbations associated with offshore hydrocarbon production: A perspective on long-term exposures in the Gulf of Mexico
Une synthese des articles portant sur la reponse du benthos a la pollution des mers parait indiquer que les communautes constituees de l'endofaune macroscopique et de la meiofaune ont des profils… Expand