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Ancient Clam Gardens Increased Shellfish Production: Adaptive Strategies from the Past Can Inform Food Security Today

Figure 6

Survey: L. staminea Biomass and Density by Tidal Station.

Surveyed A&B) density (count/0.018m3 +/– SE) and C&D) biomass (kg/0.018m3 +/– SE) and of L. staminea as a function of bay (Kanish or Waiatt), site type (Clam Garden or Non-Walled Beach), and tidal station (1 = top of clam habitat, 15 = top of clam garden wall or ∼0.75 m intertidal height in non-walled beaches).

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