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Mackie, G.L. 1995. Adaptations of North American exotic mollusca for life in regulated rivers and their potential impacts. Pages 37-78 in Hamilton, S.W., D.S. White, E.W. Chester, and A.F. Scott, eds. Proceedings of the 6th symposium on the natural history of the lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Center for Field Biology, Austin Peay State University. Clarksville, TN.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 1389
Type: Conference Proceedings
Author: Mackie, G.L.
Date (year): 1995
Book Title: Proceedings of the 6th symposium on the natural history of the lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys.
Editor: Hamilton, S.W., D.S. White, E.W. Chester, and A.F. Scott
Edition:
Title:Adaptations of North American exotic mollusca for life in regulated rivers and their potential impacts.
Publisher:Center for Field Biology, Austin Peay State University
Publisher Location:Clarksville, TN
Volume:
Pages: 37-78
URL:
Keywords: invertebrate, mollusks, impacts, Tennessee
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