Nonnative Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay
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Chesapeake Bay Program. 1983. Chesapeake Bay Agreement.
Chesapeake Bay Program. 1987. Chesapeake Bay Agreement.
Chesapeake Bay Program. 1992. Chesapeake Bay Agreement: 1992 Amendments.
Chesapeake Bay Program. 1993. Chesapeake Bay Policy for the Introduction of Non-Indigenous Aquatic Species.
Chesapeake Bay Program. 2000. Chesapeake 2000.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nationwide Permit 4-67, Federal Register 2020, 2063, 2064, and 2078 (January 15, 2002)—Provisions Relating to Shellfish Beds and Shellfish Seeding Activities.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Federal/State Public Notice, May 2, 2002.Virginia Seafood Council permit application to introduce 1 million triploid Suminoe oysters.