Geoduck Clam Aquaculture on the Intertidal Habitats of Southern Puget Sound: Assessment of Ecological Impacts and Mitigation of Regional-Scale Cultural Conflict

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Geoduck Clam Aquaculture on the Intertidal Habitats of Southern Puget Sound: Assessment of Ecological Impacts and Mitigation of Regional-Scale Cultural Conflict

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Title: Geoduck Clam Aquaculture on the Intertidal Habitats of Southern Puget Sound: Assessment of Ecological Impacts and Mitigation of Regional-Scale Cultural Conflict
Author: VanBlaricom, Glenn R.
Abstract: VanBlaricom will present the issues surrounding geoduck aquaculture: 1. Geoduck aquaculture activities are viewed as unsightly, therefore undesirable, by shoreline residents. 2. Geoduck aquaculture activities may be causing irreversible ecological damage. He will present a study that examines the impact of geoduck aquaculture and characterizes the biological effects of the harvest.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16438

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