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Trends in chinook salmon harvest, growth, and condition in Lake Huron Evidence of periodic episodes of prey limitation



Trends in chinook salmon harvest, growth, and condition in Lake Huron Evidence of periodic episodes of prey limitation



IAGLR Conference Program & Abstracts 44: 61-62




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