"In 1968 the Oregon Fish Commission (now Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife)initiated P.L. 88-309 funded studies to develop techniques to spawn and rear several species of bay clams. After our successful spawning and rearing studies, we planted the laboratory-produced juvenile clams on various tideflats of several estuaries to evaluate their growth and survival (Figures A-F in Appendix). This report summarizes the results of our field work on Yaquina, Netarts, Tillamook, Alsea, Coos and Coquille estuaries." (Introduction) "Information Report 78-4" on cover.
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