Wild Oysters Project / Clyde

This collaborative project aims to restore native oyster populations in the Firth of Clyde by conducting baseline surveys in various locations and releasing oyster larvae in hopes of establishing a resilient population. In addition, the drift of the larvae was recorded and modelled in relation to the ecology of the oysters, in order to understand larvae behavior in the area.

This project is a collaboration led by the Zoological Society of London, Blue Marine Foundation and British Marine, working with the marine industry and local communities and organizations, to deliver restoration sites in England, Scotland and Wales.

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