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Alleway, H.K., Thurstan, R.H., Lauer, P.R., Connell, S.D. (2015) Incorporating historical data into aquaculture planning. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsv191

Beck MW, Brumaugh RD, Airoldi L, Carranza A, Coen LD, Crawford C, Defeo O, Edgar GJ, Hancock B, Kay MC, Lenihan HS, Luckenbach MW, Toropova CL, Zhang G and Guo X (2011) Oyster Reefs at Risk and Recommendations for Conservation, Restoration, and ManagementBioscience 61: 107–116

Crawford, C. (2016) National review of Ostrea angasi aquaculture: historical culture, current methods and future priorities. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies Report. 

Creighton, C (2013) Revitalising Australia’s EstuariesFRDC Report 2012-036 

Diggles BK (2013) Historical epidemiology indicates water quality decline drives loss of oyster (Saccostrea glomerata) reefs in Moreton Bay, Australia. New Zealand Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research 47: 561-581

Hamer, P., Pearce, B., Winstanley, R. (2013) Towards reconstruction of the lost shellfish reefs of Port Phillip Bay. Recreational Fishing Grants Program Research Report. Project SG/117. 35pp

McLeod, I.M., Parsons, D.M., Morrison, M.A., Van Dijken, S.G., Taylor, R.B. (2014) Mussel reefs on soft sediments: a severely reduced but important habitat for macroinvertebrates and fishes in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 48: 48-59

McLeod, I.M., Parsons, D.M., Morrison, M.A., Le Port, A., Taylor, R.B. (2012). Factors affecting the recovery of soft-sediment mussel reefs in the Firth of Thames, New ZealandMarine and Freshwater Research 63: 78-83



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