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David Walter is one of the few people alive who participated in the birth of Alabama’s artificial reef program in the mid-1980s. Information gleaned from this inaugural effort played an important part in the development of the nation’s fisheries.
This riveting book takes the reader through the history and process of how artificial reefs are made, as well as illustrating the many types of materials used in reef making.
Readers will also learn how Walter’s business is partnering with marine environment think tanks to find ways to increase oyster production, overcome problems with invasive species and improve water quality.