Olympia oysters, a California coast native decimated by overfishing in the late 1800’s, grow more slowly in acidified oceans—one of the consequences of global warming. But new research involving native oysters extracted from Tomales Bay, undertaken by the University of California, Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory, shows that the bivalve, which is being used in aquaculture restoration projects . . .

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