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Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.org
Citation: 2009 Reno, Nevada, June 21 – June 24, 2009 096048.
Authors: Steven G Hall, Daniel Dehon, Robert Beine, Matthew Campbell, Tyler Ortego, Michael Turley
Keywords: Aquacultural engineering; artificial reefs; biological engineering; ecological engineering; oyster culture; sustainability
Bioengineered reefs have been developed that enhance natural(…)
| April 01, 2004 | Lenihan, Hunter S.; Peterson, Charles H. | COPYRIGHT 2004 National Marine Fisheries Service. This material is published under license from the publisher through the Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan. All inquiries regarding rights should be directed to the Gale Group. (Hide copyright information) (…)
I had the first pre-permit meeting with the Mississippi Dept. of Marine Resources and various other involved dept’s. to cover and discuss overall program and give information and get feedback on setting this program up as an aquaculture program and any requirements needed for said program from each dept.
A few of the dept’s. at the(…)
MOSQUITO POINT Scientists got a rare look at sunken treasure yesterday as they eagerly watched a man-made oyster reef emerge
“Shellfish Reefs at Risk” analysis shows habitat loss has widespread impacts for ecosystems and economies, identifies solutions for bringing oyster reefs back from the brink
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA — May 21, 2009 — Today, The Nature Conservancy released the first-ever comprehensive global report on the state of shellfish at the International Marine Conservation Congress in Washington,
Within these pages and post’s youll find generalized information, idea’s and just daily notes as they have come about in the process and enrichment of the OysterCrete program.
We will slowly be converting all of our notes and journal’s from the past several years over to this public use Journal.