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Geologic Interpretation and Multibeam Bathymetry of the Sea Floor in Southeastern Long Island Sound

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Figure 11. Image of Nucula SPP (Weiss, 1995).  These bivalves, locally known as Nutclams, range up to 6 mm long and are common in muddy bottom sediments within Long Island Sound.

Figure 11. Image of Nucula SPP (Weiss, 1995). These bivalves, locally known as Nutclams, range up to 6 mm long and are common in muddy bottom sediments within Long Island Sound.

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