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Modeling oyster populations 2. Adult size and reproductive effort
A time-dependent model of energy flow in post-settlement oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations is used to examine the factors that influence adult size and reproductive effort in a particular habitat, Galveston Bay, ...
Food availability to natural oyster populations: Food, flow and flux
(, 1993 200)
Food availability to natural oyster (Crassostrea virginica) populations is dependent upon the quantity of food present, water flow speed, and oyster density. Field experiments were conducted (Confederate Reef, Galveston ...
A hydrodynamic-oyster population model for Galveston Bay, Texas
(, 1995 191)
A hydrodynamic-oyster population model has been developed to assess the effect of different salinity regimes, produced by changes in freshwater inflow, on oyster populations in Galveston Bay, Texas. The population model ...
Modeling oyster populations: The effect of density and food supply on production
(, 1991 199)
A time-dependent model has been developed to assess the response of oyster populations to environmental variables and the importance of population density in optimizing yield under varying climatic and hydrologic conditions. ...