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Salinity variation in an estuary used for oyster cultivation in southeastern North Carolina during the passover of the eye of Hurricane Bertha

Review of a study monitoring changes in salinity in Alligator Bay, NC during a 1996 hurricane due to the influx of fresh and saltwater and the effect it would have on oyster aquaculture.

by Harned, Douglas A.; Newcomb, Douglas J.; and Hudson, Edward T.
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Aquaculture, Estuarine ecosystems, Hurricanes, Mollusks, Ocean salinity, Estuaries
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North Carolina
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