- Restoration and research monitoring of several locations within Big Bend AP, primarily around the Cedar Key/Lone Cabbage area. Monitoring results supported and are reported in several publications and a report.
- counts, density, size
- Frederick, P., B. Pine, J. Seavey, and L. Sturmer. 2015. Restoring Resilient Oyster Reefs in Florida’s Big Bend.; Frederick, P., Vitale, N., Pine, B., Seavey, J., and L. Sturmer. 2016. Reversing a rapid decline in oyster reefs: effects of durable substrate on oyster populations, elevations, and aquatic bird community composition. Journal of Shellfish Research 35(2):359-367.
- GPS and laser level with a marked pole for elevations; 21m x 15.4cm transect and 25cmx25cm quadrat sampling for counts, density, size (sampled both reef surface and bagged shell); mounted timelapse cameras for bird and blue crab surveys; 15-minute CTD sensor data for salinity and temperature.
- Data Location
- Data Format
- Oyster/Oyster Reef
- SEACAR Citation
- Alternative Citation
indicates priority attributes
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