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Crassostrea virginica dredge efficiency in Texas estuaries
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-11-22)
Quantifying and comparing stocks of oysters (Crassostrea virginica) within and among estuaries across the Gulf of Mexico is difficult because the sampling equipment used is either inconsistent among studies, or inefficient. ...
Photomineralization of organic carbon in a eutrophic, semiarid estuary
The effect of photomineralization on the carbon cycle in a eutrophic, semiarid estuary (Baffin Bay, Texas) was investigated using closed‐system incubations. Photochemical production rate of dissolved inorganic carbon ranged ...
Benthic monitoring of the Mollie Beattie Coastal Habitat community in relation to opening Packery Channel
Packery Channel was a natural channel that linked Corpus Christi Bay with the Gulf of Mexico, but has been closed since 1912. Construction to reopen the channel began in October 2003 and Packery Channel was reopened on 21 ...
Relative value of oyster reef as habitat for estuarine nekton in Galveston Bay, Texas
Biogenic reefs formed by dense aggregations of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica are a dominant feature in most estuarine systems along the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Oyster reefs are complex in their structural ...