Australian shellfish ecosystems: Past distribution, current status and future direction

@article{Gillies2018AustralianSE,
  title={Australian shellfish ecosystems: Past distribution, current status and future direction},
  author={C. Gillies and I. McLeod and Heidi K Alleway and P. Cook and C. Crawford and C. Creighton and B. Diggles and John R. Ford and P. Hamer and Gideon Heller-Wagner and E. Lebrault and A. Le Port and Kylie Russell and M. Sheaves and B. Warnock},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2018},
  volume={13}
}
We review the status of marine shellfish ecosystems formed primarily by bivalves in Australia, including: identifying ecosystem-forming species, assessing their historical and current extent, causes for decline and past and present management. Fourteen species of bivalves were identified as developing complex, three-dimensional reef or bed ecosystems in intertidal and subtidal areas across tropical, subtropical and temperate Australia. A dramatic decline in the extent and condition of Australia… Expand
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