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Shellfish Aquaculture Literature & Scientific Studies

This section is intended as a tool to facilitate shellfish aquaculture growers and resource managers by providing a comprehensive bibliography on the best available science with respect to shellfish aquaculture and the environment and permitting aquaculture facilities, a list of books about the different aspects of aquaculture, and links to additional useful libraries. The bibliography was compiled from a range of literature sources, including but not limited to peer-reviewed scientific studies, government and industry reports, species specific literature, and abstracts from recent workshops and conferences.

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