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Some Aspects of Pollution as Affecting Oyster Propagation



Some Aspects of Pollution as Affecting Oyster Propagation



American Journal of Public Health 11(6): 498-501



If present conditions continue, the greater part of the eastern United States will be cradled in a septic tank, according to this author. The oyster, through its approaching extinction is an index of this increasing contamination. Protection is needed for the populations of the seaboard, and the welfare of those who seek the beaches for health and recreation.

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PMID: 18010497

DOI: 10.2105/ajph.11.6.498


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