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a large edible clam found burrowing deeply in sandy mud along the Pacific coast of North America

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Oceans Alaska, with $150,000, will develop geoduck seeds for farmers, who are constrained by inconsistent supply.
But it's still TV, so while the "Hell's Kitchen" challenges can be theatrical, such as having the chefs dig through sand sculptures to find geoduck clams that look like large pink slugs, they are designed and programmed as teachable moments.
Typical of the collection, in "The geoduck of my fever dream," near the book's finish, bennett realizes her poetic sensibility in a grocery store, with a hunger or yearning that breaks through her sang-froid, for "the smell of salt and earth" and potential love with a cashier that went "unsated.
If you're in the mood for a libation, you might try the lychee martinis along with the house specialty of geoduck sashimi.
Psychrobacter bacteremia in cirrhotic patient after consumption of raw geoduck clam.
Pa would whittle while Geoduck and Crowbar, his Native American friends, did all the work.
Taylor's operations--which include growing oysters, clams, mussels and geoduck (giant clams whose necks can reach more than three feet long)--span some 1,900 acres of the same tidelands.
Shipments from Japan of geoduck clams and fava beans earlier tested positive for small but safe levels of radiation after an earthquake and tsunami crippled the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex on March 11.
The chief environmental writer for the Seattle Times, Welch details law enforcement efforts to curtail the poaching and smuggling of the geoduck in the Puget Sound.
Capturing rents and recovering costs: the Geoduck management systems in Washington State and British Columbia", mimeo.
Modeling geoduck, Panopea abrupta (Conrad, 1849) population dynamics II.
Peterson 2005 Preserving low-frequency climate signals in growth records of geoduck clams (Panopea abrupta).
farmed paddlefish and sturgeon eggs) Clams (butter, Pacific geoduck, Pacific littleneoks, Manila, northern quahog) Cod (Pacific, trap and line caught) Crawfish Mahi-mahi (U.
When the dive fishery management plans were developed by the State of Alaska in the 1990's for sea cucumbers, Parastichopus californicus; red sea urchins, Strongylocentrotus franciscanus; and geoduck clams, Panopea abrupta, in southeast Alaska, sections of shoreline were closed to harvests as control sites for these species singly or in combination.