Woodburn, Kenneth D.
Clams and oysters in Charlotte County and vicinity.
St, Petersburg, FL.,
Florida Board of Conservation Marine Laboratory,
(FSBCML NO.: 62-12, CS 62-1).
Charlotte and Okaloosa
Counties have experienced the greatest increase in commercial shellfishing
activity and interest in Florida. This study has been made in
recognition of the important ro)e Charlotte County is playing in the
I Florida seafood industry.
If tho present boom in shellfish harvesting and culture is to
continue and succeed, bulkhead lines will have to be set at or near
mangrove shorelines and dredging as well as filling limited by the
bulkhead lines. The most realistic method to assure marine productivity
is to allow those low shorelands lying in the path of urbanization to be
raised to levels suitable for human habitation with fill material obtained
from draglining canals inside bulkhead lines, (28pp.)
Monograph or Serial issue
||Clams and oysters in Charlotte County and vicinity
|Woodburn, Kenneth D.|
||Florida Board of Conservation Marine Laboratory
|Place of Publication:
||St, Petersburg, FL.
||Florida Board of Conservation, Division of Salt Water Fisheries
||Originally Mimeographed 1 August 1962
REISSUED March 1965
||Florida; clams; oysters; Charlotte County; Okaloosa County; pageinpp
||25 Sep 2007 14:51
||29 Sep 2011 22:18
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