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Wittmann M.E., S. Chandra, A. Caires, M. Denton, M.R. Rosen, W.H. Wong, T. Teitjen, K. Turner, P. Roefer, and G.C. Holdren. 2010. Early invasion population structure of quagga mussel and associated benthic invertebrate community composition on soft sediment in a large reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management 26:316-327.
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Reference Number: 20994
Type: Journal Article
Author: Wittmann M.E., S. Chandra, A. Caires, M. Denton, M.R. Rosen, W.H. Wong, T. Teitjen, K. Turner, P. Roefer, and G.C. Holdren
Date (year): 2010
Article Title:Early invasion population structure of quagga mussel and associated benthic invertebrate community composition on soft sediment in a large reservoir.
Journal Name: Lake and Reservoir Management
Volume: 26
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Pages: 316-327
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Keywords: quagga mussel, Dreissena rostriformis bugensis, benthic invertebrate, impacts
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