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Biological Assessment of Eastern Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) Inhabiting Reef, Mangrove, Seawall, and Restoration Substrates
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It is indicated that oysters on mangroves, seawalls, and oyster restoration substrates contribute larvae, habitats for other species, and likely other ecosystem benefits similar to those of intertidal oyster reefs in Tampa Bay.
Invertebrate micronekton and macrozooplankton in the Marguerite Bay region of the Western Antarctic Peninsula
Abstract Invertebrate micronekton and macrozooplankton in the Marguerite Bay region of the Western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) were sampled using a 10-m2 MOCNESS as part of the Southern Ocean Global
RESTORATION OF BAY SCALLOP (ARGOPECTEN IRRADIANS (LAMARCK)) POPULATIONS IN FLORIDA COASTAL WATERS: PLANTING TECHNIQUES AND THE GROWTH, MORTALITY AND REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF PLANTED SCALLOPS
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Overall results of this 3-year project suggest that planting cultured scallops in cages can be a successful strategy for increasing the local spawner stock density of bay scallop populations in depleted populations and, ultimately, for increasing larval supply to the metapopulation.
Impacts of Freshwater Management Activities on Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) Density and Recruitment: Recovery and Long-Term Stability in Seven Florida Estuaries
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The greatest and most stable oyster densities were found in Tampa Bay, where mean oyster density reached 400/m2 by fall 2007, while at the remaining sites, which were the most strongly affected by water management practices, recruitment patterns were sporadic and inconsistent throughout the study.
Assemblages of micronektonic fishes and invertebrates in a gradient of regional warming along the Western Antarctic Peninsula
Abstract Micronektonic fishes and invertebrates were sampled with 32 midwater trawls at nine sites along the Western Antarctic Peninsula (WAP) in the austral fall (March–April) of 2010. Study sites
Micronekton and Macrozooplankton of the Western Antarctic Peninsula and the Eastern Ross Sea: Contrast Between Two Different Thermal Regimes
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Predicting System-Scale Impacts of Oyster Clearance on Phytoplankton Productivity in a Small Subtropical Estuary
Oyster populations in south Florida estuaries have declined in part through altered salinity driven by anthropogenic changes in freshwater inputs. In particular, the St. Lucie Estuary (SLE) in
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