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

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Experiment: L. staminea Growth and Survival by Tidal Station.

A) Survival and B) growth rates (+/−SE) of transplanted L. staminea as a function of tidal station. Tidal station 1 was anchored at top of clam habitat and tidal station 5 was located at the top of the rock wall feature in clam gardens, and at ∼0 m below LLW in non-walled beaches.

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