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Sea Grant 3rd Annual Science Symposium Lobsters as Model Organisms for Interfacing Behavior, Ecology, and Fisheries: Discussion Session Summary on Metapopulation Dynamics and Implications for Management

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Affiliations: 1: National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543 (


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1. Cobb J. S. , Wang D. , Campbell D. B. , Rooney P. 1989 "Speed and direction of swimming by postlarvae of the American lobster." Transactions of the Amererican Fisheries Society Vol 118 82 86
2. Katz C. H. , Cobb J. S. , Spaulding M. 1994 "Larval behavior, hydrodynamic transport, and potential offshore-to-inshore recruitment in the American lobster Homarus americanus." Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol 103 265 273
3. Rogers B. A. , Cobb J. S. , Marshall N. 1968 "Size comparison of inshore and offshore larvae of the lobster Homarus americanus, off southern New England." Proceedings of the National Shellfisheries Association Vol 58 78 81

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