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Incidental capture of sea turtles in shrimp trawls with and without TEDs in U.S. Atlantic and Gulf waters



Incidental capture of sea turtles in shrimp trawls with and without TEDs in U.S. Atlantic and Gulf waters



Chelonian Conservation and Biology. April; 23: 425-427




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