AS WE SEE IT Ecosystem services related to oyster restoration

@inproceedings{Coen2007ASWS,
  title={AS WE SEE IT Ecosystem services related to oyster restoration},
  author={Loren D. Coen and Robert D. Brumbaugh and David Bushek and Ray Grizzle and Mark W. Luckenbach and Martin H. Posey and Sean Paul Powers and S. Gregory Tolley},
  year={2007}
}
The importance of restoring filter-feeders, such as the Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica, to mitigate the effects of eutrophication (e.g. in Chesapeake Bay) is currently under debate. The argument that bivalve molluscs alone cannot control phytoplankton blooms and reduce hypoxia oversimplifies a more complex issue, namely that ecosystem engineering species make manifold contributions to ecosystem services. Although further discussion and research leading to a more complete understanding is… CONTINUE READING
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