Contrasting the community structure and select geochemical characteristics of three intertidal regions in relation to shellfish farming

@inproceedings{BendellYoung2006ContrastingTC,
  title={Contrasting the community structure and select geochemical characteristics of three intertidal regions in relation to shellfish farming},
  author={Leah I. Bendell-Young},
  year={2006}
}
Little is known about the impacts of intensive shellfish farming on intertidal ecosystems. To assess such impacts, several indices of ecosystem structure and select geochemical characteristics were contrasted among three intertidal regions, which represented a gradient of shellfish farming activities, namely (1) no active aquaculture, (2) actively farmed for three years and (3) actively farmed for five years. All three intertidal regions were located in Baynes Sound (British Columbia, Canada… CONTINUE READING

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