shellfishery

shell·fish·er·y

 (shĕl′fĭsh′ə-rē)
n. pl. shell·fish·er·ies
1. The industry or occupation of catching, processing, or selling shellfish.
2. A fishing ground for shellfish.

shellfishery

(ˈʃɛlˌfɪʃərɪ)
npl -ries
1. the shellfishing industry
2. a place for fishing shellfish
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gordonis population by those parasites appeared to occur during the present study period (for a typical case of a collapse of a shellfishery induced by Marteilia parasites, see Villalba et al.
For example, beach and shellfishery closures in Washington State occur when fecal coliform levels exceed a geometric mean of 14 colony forming units (CFUs) or enterococci levels exceed a geometric mean of 70 CFU/100 mL marine water (State of Washington 2014).
1 ) while in shellfishery Clam and Oyster were contaminated at maximum level of (2.
The workshop's 22 participants are from 10 different countries and represent disciplines including clinical and aquatic microbiology, hygiene and public health, food safety, and bivalve shellfishery management.
Included in the articles of separation were the rights to the shellfishery of either Eastham or Orleans to be retained by the inhabitants of the other as if they were residents of that town.
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federal court ruling on shellfishery management in Washington's coastal marine waters (Shellfish Subproceedings of United States vs.
The value of adopting a preventive approach is illustrated by the collapse of a shellfishery in Mulroy Bay in the early 1990s due to avoidable pollution.
Environmental data the department generates are used to develop health advisories dealing with consumption of fish and game, shellfishery closures and ozone pollution, and for warning people of droughts and floods.
The hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) once supported a major commercial shellfishery in Barnegat Bay (Hillman and Kennish, 1984).
The PWS area's king crab shellfishery was the only jurisdication to sustain a harvest volume impact attributable to the oil spill, amounting to 50,000 pounds.
Considering the sampling site (~200-500 m) as a representative of several kilometers long stretch of coast in terms of the site importance with respect to the shellfishery potential (i.