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Harding, J. M., Mann, R., M. Southworth, and J. Wesson. (2010). Management of the Piankatank River, Virginia, in support of oyster (Crassostrea virginica, Gmelin 1791) fishery repletion. J. Shellfish Research 29: 1-22 

Mann, R. and E. N. Powell. (2007). Why oyster restoration goals in the Chesapeake Bay are not and probably cannot be achieved. J. Shellfish Research 26: 905-917.

Mann, R, M. Southworth, J. M. Harding, and J. A. Wesson. (2009). Population studies of the native oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), in the James River, Virginia, USA. J. Shellfish Research 28: 193-220. 

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Southworth, M., J. M. Harding, R. Mann and J. Wesson. (2010). Oyster (Crassostrea virginica Gmelin 1791) population dynamics on public reefs in the Great Wicomico River, Virginia, USA. J. Shellfish Research 29: 271-290.

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