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Reading and Websites - Summer 2018
 
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Tank to Table: How Single Oyster Mariculture Works
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 2, SUMMER 2018            
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Reading and Websites

Brooks, William K. The Oyster: A Popular Summary of Scientific Study, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.

Burrell, V.G. Jr. The Oyster Industry in South Carolina, self-published.
mrl.cofc.edu/pdf/OysterIndusSC.pdf

Half Shell 101.
www.inahalfshell.com/half-shell-101


Horn Point (Maryland) Oyster Hatchery.
hatchery.hpl.umces.edu

Jacobsen, Rowan. A Geography of Oysters: The Connoisseur’s Guide to Oyster Eating in North America, Bloomsbury USA, New York, 2007.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “South Carolina Oyster Farming: One man finds success on the half shell.”
www.noaa.gov/stories/south-carolina-oyster-farming-one-man-finds-success-on-half-shell

Stott, Rebecca. Oyster, Reaktion Books LTD, 2004.

Virginia Institute of Marine Science Oyster Hatchery.
www.vims.edu/research/units/ centerspartners/abc/facilities/glo_pt_ hatchery

Woodward, Emily. “UGA part of regional collaboration studying oyster farming,” UGA Today.
news.uga.edu/oyster-farming-kirk

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