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Unprecedented Restoration of a Native Oyster Metapopulation
David M. Schulte, Russell P. Burke, Romuald N. Lipcius

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This supplement contains:
Materials and Methods
Figs. S1 to S5
References

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Movies S1 to S6

Movie s1
Video clip from one of the control treatment areas of unrestored bottom.

Movie s2
Video clip of one of the low-relief reef areas. Note the lack of vertical relief and heavy sedimentation across the reef.

Movie s3
Video clip of one of the more productive low-relief reef areas. Note the intermediate degree of vertical relief and moderate sedimentation across the reef.

Movie s4
Video clip of a typical high-relief reef. Note the high abundance of live adults, strong vertical relief, numerous cohesive clusters, and light sedimentation.

Movie s5
Video clip of another typical high-relief reef. Note the spatial extent of the thriving reef, irrespective of the specific location being filmed. All of the highrelief reefs were similar to this reef.

Movie s6
Video clip of goby, shrimp and live oysters on high-relief reef. Note the "smoke ring" (i.e. pseudofeces) blown by the "happy" oyster on the thriving highrelief reef.

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