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Manila Clam (Tapes philippinarum Adams & Reeve, 1852) in the Lagoon of Marano and Grado (Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy): Socio-Economic and Environmental Pathway of a Shell Farm

By Barbara Sladonja, Nicola Bettoso, Aurelio Zentilin, Francesco Tamberlich and Alessandro Acquavita

Submitted: April 2nd 2011Reviewed: July 17th 2011Published: December 22nd 2011

DOI: 10.5772/31737

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Barbara Sladonja, Nicola Bettoso, Aurelio Zentilin, Francesco Tamberlich and Alessandro Acquavita (December 22nd 2011). Manila Clam (Tapes philippinarum Adams & Reeve, 1852) in the Lagoon of Marano and Grado (Northern Adriatic Sea, Italy): Socio-Economic and Environmental Pathway of a Shell Farm, Aquaculture and the Environment Barbara Sladonja, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/31737. Available from:

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