sand reef

sand reef

[′san ‚rēf]
(geology)
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There's the Sugar Sand reef, in about 25 feet, principally composed old sidewalks and rubble back in the 1970s and '80s, and the Rybo-Spencer.
Oyster recruitment and abundance varied by location (Cedar Point > Sand Reef > Shellbank).
Four high relief and four low relief reefs were constructed at each of three restoration sites (Cedar Point, Sand Reef, and Shellbank).
Site (df = 2) had three levels (Cedar Point Reef, Sand Reef, and Shellbank Reef), reef height (df = 1) had two levels (high relief reefs and low relief reefs), and position (df = 1) had two levels (base and crest).
Site (df = 2) had three levels (Cedar Point Reef, Sand Reef, and Shellbank Reef), reef height (df = 1) had two levels (high relief reefs and low relief reefs), and month (df = 5) had six levels (June 04, July 04, August 04, June 05, July 05, and November 05).
Cedar Point Reef values were generally lower by 2-4 ppt than reefs at Sand Reef and Shellbank.
001) of adult oysters differed significantly by site with Cedar Point having higher abundances and weight than Sand Reef and Shellbank Reef.
The Sand Reef site had very high numbers of oyster spat, high numbers of dead spat, and had moderate numbers of oysters.
Bobby Frankel-trained Sand Reef and Bon Point ran 2-3.
All sturgeons captured have been associated with moderate to strong currents, depths of 13 to 45 feet (4 to 14 m), a sand or sand and gravel substratum, and structure in the form of sand reefs, dunes, or secondary channels.