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Factors determining recruitment success of Crassostrea virginica in a temperate latitude estuary: A modeling study
(, 1994 199)
A size-structured, time-dependent population model has been developed to investigate growth and mortality of larvae and adults of Crassostrea virginica in a physically energetic system. This population model is coupled to ...
Quantifying the effects of environmental change on an oyster population: A modeling study
(, 2000 Oct)
Three models are combined to investigate the effects of changes in environmental conditions on the population structure of the Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica. The first model, a time-dependent model of the oyster ...
Environmental-Effects on the Growth and Development of Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea-Virginica (Gmelin, 1791), Larvae - A Modeling Study
(, 1993 Dec)
The effects of temperature, food concentration, salinity and turbidity on the growth and development of Crassostrea virginica larvae were investigated with a time-dependent mathematical model. Formulations used in the model ...
Spatial patterns of oyster distribution: A modeling study
(, 1995 191)
A size-structured, time-dependent population model has been developed to investigate growth and mortality of larvae and adults of Crassostrea virginica. Growth and mortality rates for adults and larvae are regulated by ...
Impact of channelization on oyster production: a hydrodynamic-oyster population model for Galveston Bay, Texas
(, 2002 Dec)
A hydrodynamic-oyster population dynamics model was developed to assess the effect of a change in ship channel configuration under different freshwater inflow regimes and different future hydrologies on oyster (Crassostrea ...