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Sea Grant 3rd Annual Science Symposium Lobsters as Model Organisms for Interfacing Behavior, Ecology, and Fisheries: Discussion Session Summary on Disease and Population Level Impacts

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Affiliations: 1: (JRF) Purchase College, State University of New York, Natural Sciences, Purchase, New York 10577, U.S.A. (corresponding author: jfactor@ns.purchase.edu); (KMC, BAS) University of Rhode Island, Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science, Kingston, Rhode Island 02874, U.S.A. ( kcastro@uri.edu; barbs@uri.edu)

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2017-12-13

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