cultch

cultch

 (kŭlch)
n.
Variant of culch.

cultch

(kʌltʃ)
n
(Zoology) a variant spelling of culch
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
During the initialization phase, an initial cultch density (measured in grams per square meter) for the reef is assigned.
In July 2002, the cultch were set for larval recruitment in the intertidal zone of the bay using recycled bicycle tires (external diameter, 58 cm; inner diameter, 50 cm).
When most larvae developed an eye spot and foot, strings of corrugated plastic plates were placed in buckets as cultch.
We show that wild juvenile giant red sea cucumber (Parastichopus californicus) can be collected using a commercial oyster cultch bag filled with Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) shell.
Effect of immersion time of cultch on spatfall of the scallop Argopecten purpuratus (Lamarck 1819) in the Marine Reserve at La Riconada, Antofagasta, Chile.
ABSTRACT Planting oyster cultch is a common management approach used to enhance recruitment.
For this study, harvest activities included removal of oysters for harvesting, as well as management activities, such as deposition of cultch (i.
during the spawning season and banned the removal of cultch from the
5 bushels of scallop shells were made up and 500 bushels of scallop shells were planted in Edgartown Great Pond as oyster cultch.
The reefs were completed by placing cultch material inside the rings to promote the creation of a natural oyster reef community.
Jim Wesson, VMRC's chief of conservation replenishment, said: "All indications are that the coal ash pellets can serve as a substitute for conventional cultch, which would be very valuable for Virginia's efforts in oyster reef restoration and for more conventional bottom restoration for both oysters and clams.