Oysters are amazing! See how quickly oysters can clean the water!
In New York, the One Billion Oyster Project aims to add a billion oysters to clean New York waters.
How Science is Saving Hong Kong's Oyster Industry
Oysters have been cultivated in Deep Bay in northwest Hong Kong for more than 700 years. But the future of this traditional industry is uncertain as sales of the saltwater delicacy have been steadily falling due to fears of contamination.
New research makes strong case for restoring Hong Kong's lost oyster reefs: Seven square meters of a HK oyster reef can filter up to one Olympic swimming pool of water in a single day
New research produced jointly by The Swire Institute of Marine Science (SWIMS), Faculty of Science, The University of Hong Kong (HKU), and The Nature Conservancy (TNC), published recently in the scientific journal Restoration Ecology, shows the enormous potential of restoring lost oyster reefs, bringing significant environmental benefits.
Cesar Jung-Harada, has been working on this topic for a while. Below these last 2 years with his HKU students: