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Alternative Substrates Used for Oyster Reef Restoration: A Review
Journal of Shellfish Research
Oyster populations and reef habitats have notably declined in the last century around the world. The ecological, economic, and cultural values of oysters have led to a variety of restoration efforts seeking to recover these lost benefits. Limitations of the native oyster shell substrate and the large-scale nature of many restoration projects have resulted in the increased use of a variety of alternative, or artificial, substrates to create reef structures. A text mining package was used todoi:10.2983/035.039.0101 fatcat:mucni55oanggzkb5dyardzjii4