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UF/IFAS Research - Oyster Communities

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Published on Sep 26, 2012

Oyster populations continue to decline globally. UF/IFAS scientists Bill Pine and Peter Frederick are studying oyster communities along the Big Bend of Florida and hope that by studying these un-impacted oyster beds, they can help restoration efforts in Gulf and around the world be more efficient and effective. The goal is learn how oysters populations change over time and to help protect this natural resource that provides critical support to coastal animals and coastal economies.

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