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Oyster culture in Galveston Bay
(, 1998 199)
Oyster culture in Texas is generally limited to the private oyster lease program in Galveston Bay. There are 43 private leases having 2322 acres located in mid-Galveston and East Galveston Bays. The transplanting of oysters ...
Dermowatch: A new tool for managing Perkinsus marinus disease in Eastern Oysters, Crassostrea virginica
(, 2000 200)
A website called DermoWatch has been established (www.blueblee.com/dermo) to track the progression of Perkinsus marinus (= Dermocystidium marinum) in Galveston Bay and allow users from other locations to also calculate a ...
Cultchless eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin 1791)) culture on the Texas Gulf Coast: A feasibility analysis and comparison to traditional oyster fishing
(, 1992 199)
The feasibility of cultchless oyster (Crassostrea virginica ) culture was studied by a profitability analysis based on the production of 1.5 million market size oysters and was then compared to the economics of traditional ...
Status of Perkinsus marinus in Galveston Bay, Texas: Results of the DermoWatch program
(, 2003 200)
DermoWatch is a web site (www.blueblee.com/dermo), a monitoring program and an online community for the management of the oyster parasite, Perkinsus marinus. The web site contains an embedded model, which calculates a time ...
Temporal variability in food availability to natural oyster populations
(, 1992 199)
Productivity in oyster populations is partially determined by food availability, which is dependent on the amount of food resources in the water and characteristics of the water flow making that food available to the ...