• Abundant amounts of petrified wood, oyster beds containing millions of fossils and coal are all found in the Dakota.
  • Wikipedia: Geology of the Bryce Canyon area
  • Besides cutting down trees to sell wood, the poor also made a living by turning wood into charcoal, burning oyster shells to make lime, fired pots, and wove mats and baskets.
  • Wikipedia: Ming Dynasty
  • Dixon is a mulatto, and was, not many years ago, employed in this city, in an oyster house to open oysters and empty the shells into the carts before they were carried away.
  • Wikipedia: George Washington Dixon
  • Eastern oyster harvests are an important part of the Chesapeake Bay economy, but declining oyster populations from disease, pollution, and overfishing have diminished catches.
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  • Fish, shrimp and oysters also suffered ecological effects from Hurricane Carmen.
  • Wikipedia: Hurricane Carmen
  • He assisted Robert Edmond Grant's investigations of the anatomy and life cycle of marine invertebrates in the Firth of Forth, and on 27 March 1827 presented at the Plinian his own discovery that black spores found in oyster shells were the eggs of a skate leech.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Darwin
  • His Yorkshire team mates, Arthur Dolphin and Maurice Leyland, who were also in India, believed he became unwell after eating oysters.
  • Wikipedia: Roy Kilner
  • In the south along the coast meat from seafood was by default the most common, as the Chinese enjoyed eating cooked jellyfish with cinnamon, Sichuan pepper, cardamom, and ginger, as well as oysters with wine, fried squid with ginger and vinegar, horseshoe crabs and red crabs, shrimp, and pufferfish, which the Chinese called 'river piglet'.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • Johns and its arteries are dotted with middens filled with thousands of shells, primarily those of Viviparus georgianus—a freshwater snail—and oysters.
  • Wikipedia: St. Johns River
  • Locally, oysters are boiled or grilled on a wood fire and consumed with a spicy sauce.
  • Wikipedia: Carabane
  • Mangrove seeds, called propagules, are full embryos and float in water until they reach a favorable location and take root, often on oyster beds.
  • Wikipedia: Geography and ecology of the Everglades
  • Numerous private parties, including at least one oyster farmer whose beds were contaminated by oil, have also successfully sued for damages.
  • Wikipedia: New Carissa
  • Pearl oyster farming and pearl culture is an important industry in Japan and many other countries bordering the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
  • Wikipedia: Bivalvia
  • These settlers were primarily fishermen who soon began supplying large amounts of shrimp, crab, and oysters to the food markets in New Orleans.
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  • They are often available fresh in grocery stores and markets, including straw mushrooms (Volvariella volvacea), oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus), shiitakes (Lentinula edodes), and enokitake (Flammulina spp.).
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