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The number of oyster beds in Chesapeake Bay,which is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean,is dwindling rapidly.what effect would this have on the surrounding area?On the human community?

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    It definitely would affect the economy, since people eat that.

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    And an effect on the fishermen.

    Sra

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