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Jude, D., J. Janssen, and G. Crawford. 1995. Ecology, distribution, and impact of the newly introduced round and tubenose gobies on the biota of the St. Clair and Detroit Rivers. Pages 447-460 in Munawar, M., T. Edsall, and J. Leach, eds. The Lake Huron ecosystem: ecology, fisheries, and management. SPB Academic Publishing. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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Reference Number: 22782
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Jude, D., J. Janssen, and G. Crawford.
Date (year): 1995
Book Title: The Lake Huron ecosystem: ecology, fisheries, and management
Editor: Munawar, M., T. Edsall, and J. Leach
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Chapter Title:Ecology, distribution, and impact of the newly introduced round and tubenose gobies on the biota of the St. Clair and Detroit Rivers.
Publisher:SPB Academic Publishing
Publisher Location:Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Pages: 447-460
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Keywords: basic biology, ecological interactions, round goby, Neogobius melanostomus, environmental impacts
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