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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 19, Number 3, 1 July 2011

Effects of Fisheries on Seabird Community Ecology
pp. 157-167(11)
Authors: Wagner, Eric L.; Boersma, P. Dee

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Aquaculture Industry in China: Current State, Challenges, and Outlook
pp. 187-200(14)
Authors: Li, Xuepeng; Li, Jianrong; Wang, Yanbo; Fu, Linglin; Fu, Yuying; Li, Biqing; Jiao, Binghua

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Fisheries Discards in the North Sea: Waste of Resources or a Necessary Evil?
pp. 231-245(15)
Authors: Diamond, Ben; Beukers-Stewart, Bryce D.

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Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar): The “Super-Chicken” of the Sea?
pp. 257-278(22)
Authors: Torrissen, Ole; Olsen, Rolf Erik; Toresen, Reidar; Hemre, Gro Ingunn; Tacon, Albert G.J.; Asche, Frank; Hardy, Ronald W.; Lall, Santosh

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Southern and Northern Great Plains (United States) Paddlefish Stocks Within Frameworks of Acipenseriform Life History and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology
pp. 279-298(20)
Authors: Scarnecchia, Dennis L.; Gordon, Brent D.; Schooley, Jason D.; Ryckman, L. Fred; Schmitz, Brad J.; Miller, Shannon E.; Lim, Youngtaik

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Smallmouth Bass in the Pacific Northwest: A Threat to Native Species; a Benefit for Anglers
pp. 305-315(11)
Authors: Carey, Michael P.; Sanderson, Beth L.; Friesen, Thomas A.; Barnas, Katie A.; Olden, Julian D.

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A Review of “The History of Aquaculture”
pp. 316-319(4)
Author: Stickney, Robert R.

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