Production and environmental effects of Manila clam farming in North Puget Sound: Application of the farm model to determine optimal culture conditions and sustainable carrying

Joao G. Ferreira, Daniel P. Cheney, Camille Saurel, W.F. Dewey, A.D. Suhrbier, J.P. Davis

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Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Shellfish Research
Volume31
Issue number1
Pages (from-to)281-282
ISSN0730-8000
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Manila Philippines, Asia Oriental region
  • Puget Sound North Pacific Pacific Ocean
  • biodeposit
  • culture practice regime
  • detritus
  • economic indicator
  • fouling seaweed role-culture cycle
  • Manila clam farming environmental effect
  • optimal culture condition
  • shellfish production effect
  • sustainable carrying capacity
  • water quality
  • Animalia (Animals, Invertebrates) - Invertebrata [34000] shellfish common
  • Mollusca Invertebrata Animalia (Animals, Invertebrates, Mollusks) - Pelecypoda [61500] manila clam higher_taxa
  • Plantae (Algae, Microorganisms, Nonvascular Plants, Plants) - Algae [13000] seaweed common
  • nutrients
  • 00520, General biology - Symposia, transactions and proceedings
  • 04500, Mathematical biology and statistical methods
  • 07516, Ecology: environmental biology - Wildlife management: aquatic
  • 10515, Biophysics - Biocybernetics
  • 13202, Nutrition - General studies, nutritional status and methods
  • 64001, Invertebrata: comparative, experimental morphology, physiology and pathology - General
  • 64026, Invertebrata: comparative, experimental morphology, physiology and pathology - Mollusca
  • Computational Biology
  • ASSETS eutrophication assessment model mathematical and computer techniques
  • Farm Aquaculture Resource Management model mathematical and computer techniques
  • Aquaculture
  • Models and Simulations

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