Clam Publications


Many publishers charge for access to articles, proceedings, and other documents. These publications also may be available for little to no cost through your university library or the National Sea Grant Library (NSGL). When contacting NSGL, please be sure to include the publication’s NSGL #.

Littleneck Clam

Examination of a reproductive cycle of Protothaca staminea using histology, wet weight-dry weight ratios, and condition indices
NSGL #: AKU-R-79-005

Growth of the littleneck clam, Protothaca staminea, on Porpoise Island, Southeast Alaska
NSGL #: AKU-R-76-003

Growth, recruitment, and distribution of the littleneck clam, Protothaca staminea, in Galena Bay, Prince William Sound, Alaska
NSGL #: AKU-R-73-002

Marine reserves enhance abundance but not competitive impacts of a harvested nonindigenous species
NSGL #: WASHU-R-05-001

Recruitment and growth in the bivalve Protothaca staminea, at Olsen Bay, Prince William Sound, ten years after the 1964 earthquake
NSGL #: AKU-R-76-001

Siphon nipping: Its importance to small fishes and its impact on growth of the Protothaca staminea (Conrad)
NSGL #: CUIMR-R-82-018

The Garrison Bay Project, stock assessment and dynamics of the littleneck clam, Protothaca staminea
NSGL #: WASHU-R-85-007

Razor Clam

Blooms of surf-zone diatoms along the coast of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. 10. Chemical composition of the surf diatom Chaetoceros armatum and its major herbivore, the Pacific razor clam Siliqua patula
NSGL #: WASHU-R-79-001

Cooperation of science and management for harmful algal blooms: domoic acid and the Washington coast razor clam fishery
NSGL #: WASHU-R-13-028

Occurrence of the nuclear inclusion parasite in Oregon razor clams (Siliqua patula)
NSGL #: ORESU-R-88-012

Razor clams, Siliqua patula (Dixon): gonadal development, induced spawning and larval rearing
NSGL #: ORESU-R-81-001

Retention of domoic acid by Pacific razor clams, Siliqua patula (Dixon, 1789): preliminary study
NSGL #: WASHU-R-93-021

The HAB report: recreational razor clamming: a cultural phenomenon (Issue 1, Spring 2009)
NSGL #: WASHU-N-09-05a

Manila Clam

Abundance and culture trials of Ruditapes philippinarum (Adam and Reeve, 1850), and abundance of Tellina (Quidnipagus) palatum (Iredale), 1929 at two sites in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii
NSGL #: HAWAU-R-14-006

A guide to Manila clam aquaculture in Puget Sound
NSGL #: WASHU-H-82-001

Characterizing the effects of ocean acidification in larval and juvenile Manila clam, Ruditapes philippinarum, using a transcriptomic approach
NSGL #: WASHU-Y-12-005

Evaluating community impacts of ocean acidification using qualitative network models
NSGL #: WASHU-R-15-020

Gonadal development and hatchery rearing techniques for the Manila clam Tapes philippinarum (Adams and Reeve)
NSGL #: ORESU-R-84-037

Growth, recovery, and movement of Manila clams, Venerupis japonica (Deshayes) at Squaxin Island, Washington
NSGL #: WASHU-R-79-026

Guide to Manila clam culture in Washington
NSGL #: WASHU-H-92-001

Influence of substratum on non-native clam recruitment in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA
NSGL #: WASHU-R-14-008

Prospects for successful Manila clam seeding
NSGL #: WASHU-R-75-015

Qualitative network models in support of ecosystem approaches to bivalve aquaculture
NSGL #: WASHU-R-15-022

Recovery and growth of hatchery-produced juvenile Manila clams, Venerupis japonica (Deshayes), planted on several beaches in Puget Sound
NSGL #: WASHU-X2-82-003

Reproductive cycle of the Manila clam (Venerupis japonica), from Hood Canal, Washington
NSGL #: WASHU-R-73-020

Spatio-temporal recruitment variability of naturalized Manila clams (Ruditapes philippinarum) in Willapa Bay, Washington, USA
NSGL #: WASHU-R-14-001

The economic impact of shellfish aquaculture in Washington, Oregon and California
NSGL #: WASHU-S-13-002

The setting and growth of the Manila clam, Venerupis japonica (Deshayes), in Hood Canal, Washington
NSGL #: WASHU-R-72-008