cultch

cultch

 (kŭlch)
n.
Variant of culch.

cultch

(kʌltʃ)
n
(Zoology) a variant spelling of culch
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To address the decline of the public oyster resource, the state has implemented shell-budget modeling to estimate sustainable harvest, in which a sustainable harvest is one in which reef cultch is not diminished (Soniat et al.
This assertion is demonstrated by introducing artificial defects in a bearing in cultch casing on input shaft and pinion gear in fifth speed on output shaft for automotive gearbox.
Upon hauling, the contents of the dredge, known as cultch (term also applies to spat settlement substrate), is sorted and oysters [greater than or equal to] MLS are retained.
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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
Oyster shell is a naturally-created and valuable material that should be returned to the coast, where it can serve as a foundation for reefs and as cultch for more oysters," said Steven Peyronnin, executive director of the Baton Rouge-based nonprofit Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana, to the newspaper.
From The Cultch to Boca del Lupo to the works of former students played out on street corners, Dickinson charts the city's strengths as a Pacific coast culture hub.
Written for a low-budget production in fall 2008, "Midsummer" proved such a success that it has been revived for a tour of Ireland, a return run on the Edinburgh Fringe and, in September; at the Cultch in Vancouver.
5 bushels of scallop shells were made up and 500 bushels of scallop shells were planted in Edgartown Great Pond as oyster cultch.