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The effects of hypoxia (1.5 mg O2 I-', 20% of air saturation) and anoxia (co.07 mg O2 1 -', < 1% of air saturation) on oyster (Crassostrea virginica) larval settlement, juvenile growth, and juvenile survival were studied. Settlement was reduced significantly (P < 0.05) in hypoxic treatments, as compared to normoxic treatments (7.3 mg O2 h-', 100% of air saturation), and almost no settlement took place in anoxic treatments. Atier 96 h, 38% and 4% of the larvae placed in hypoxic and anoxicdoi:10.2307/1542120 pmid:29303670 fatcat:4ecxcasjsjg4ljij5avxsvcesy