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Condrey, Richard E.
Density-dependent searching time: implications in surplus-production models
Smith, Stephen M., James G. Hoff, Steven P. O'Neil, and Michael P. Weinstein
Community and trophic organization of nekton utilizing shallow marsh habitats, York River, Virginia
Stevens, Bradley G., and David A. Armstrong
Distribution, abundance, and growth of juvenile Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, in Grays Harbor estuary, Washington
Johnson, Allyn G., and Carl H. Salomon
Age, growth, and mortality of gray triggerfish, Balistes capriscus, from the northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Allen, Sarah G., David G. Ainsley, Gary W. Page, and Christine A. Ribic
The effect of distribution on Harbor Seal haul out patterns at Bolinas Lagoon, California
Shepherd, Gary R., and Churchill B. Grimes
Reproduction of weakfish, Cynoscion regalis, in the New York Bight and evidence for geographically specific life history characteristics
Hoss, D. E., and G. Phonlor
Field and laboratory observations on diurnal swim bladder inflation-deflation in larvae of Gulf menhaden, Brevoortia patronus
Helfman, Gene S., Earl L. Bozeman, and Edward B. Brothers
Comparison of American eel growth rates from tag returns and length-age analyses
Haynes, Evan B.
Description of early stage zoeae of Spirontocaris murdochi (Decapoda, Hippolytidae) reared in the laboratory
Ennis, G. P.
Incidence of molting and spawning in the same season in female lobsters, Homarus americanus
Love, Milton S., Kimberly Shriner, and Pamela Morris
Parasites of olive rockfish, Sebastes serranoides (Scorpaenidae), off central California
Brousseau, Diane J., and Jenny A. Baglivo
Sensitivity of the population growth rate to changes in single life history parameters: its application to Mya arenaria (Mollusca: Pelecypoda)
Sherburne, Stuart W.
The occurrence of piscine erythrocytic necrosis (PEN) in the sea lamprey, Petromyzon marinus, from several Maine localities
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