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Trends in pinto abalone abundance at ten sites in the San Juan Islands and management of the species in Washington state



Trends in pinto abalone abundance at ten sites in the San Juan Islands and management of the species in Washington state



Journal of Shellfish Research 22(2): 607, September




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