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  • Grass shrimp, blue crabs, croaker, snapper, and tons of other fish
  • By recycling shells, restaurants provide the needed shells for baby oysters to grow on
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    • 1. Senior Project Oyster Restoration ProjectBy: Kendall Winn, Megan Holley, Eli Oser
    • 2. Facts about the Chesapeake Bay
    • 3. It is the largestEstuary in the US Once knownas the “Greatshellfish Bay”
    • 4. An Estuary is a semi-enclosed body of water that has a free connection with the sea
    • 5. The bay is shallowAverage depth is 21 ft. The deepestspot is near Annapolis MD: 174 feet
    • 6. The Bay Provides: Habitats (homes) FoodNursery (juvenile species)
    • 7. Bay OrganismsThe Bay is home to over 3600 living organisms!
    • 8. The Bay area is home to over 15,000,000 people!About 50,000 commercial vessels enter the Bay each year
    • 9. What about the Oysters?
    • 10. Oysters Clean–ed the Bay Oyster REEFS provided a natural filtering system and protected many juvenile species85% of the reefs are gone
    • 11. Think about it!1 adult oyster filters about 50 gallons of water in 24 hours19 trillion gallons of water in one week use to be filtered
    • 12. What Happened? By the 2nd half of the By the 1920s, 20th century, the dredging removed remaining reefs ¾ of our oyster were destroyed reefs by disease, overharvesting and pollution
    • 13. So Why Collect Shells? SPATS (Babies) Baby oysters grow on existing oyster shells! Existing oyster shells are not easy to get and are not free
    • 14. Oyster Growth in a ‘Shell’ Spats are grown in  Now they grow into adult various research labs oysters and if lucky, (VIMS) or by non- reproduce with other profits existing adult oysters Vilegers (swimming stage of the oyster) ‘sense’ a protein that allows them to recognize an existing shell Once they receive a signal, they begin their voyage towards it and attach for life
    • 15. It all Begins with AND Supporters
    • 16. Oyster RestorationStudents participate inOyster Restoration bymonitoring the growthof SPATSCBF helps programsfind transfer spots forthe adult oystersStudents end theirproject by transferringthe oysters to aprotected reef
    • 17. Without Shells Without shells, programs to grow  Without shells, our oysters will not Bay will not survive continue  Without shells Without shells, oyster millions of other reefs will continue to species that rely on disappear oysters will die
    • 18. Our Project
    • 19. Drop Off
    • 20. We NEED your SHELLS

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