Age riddle confounds fair fishing for krill

Pyper, Wendy
April 2002
Ecos;Apr-Jun2002, Issue 111, p3
Focuses on the sustainability of Antarctic krill fisheries. Impact of food on growth rate; Impact of temperature and light cycles on production.


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