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Bidirectional delivery of organic matter between freshwater and marine systems: the role of
flocculation in Pacific salmon streams
Author(s): Ellen L. Petticrew, John F. Rex, and Sam J. Albers
Source: JNABS Journal, 30(3):779-786. 2011.
Published By: North American Benthological Society
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Bidirectional delivery of organic matter between freshwater and
marine systems: the role of flocculation in Pacific salmon streams
Ellen L. Petticrew1
Geography Program and Quesnel River Research Centre, University of Northern British Columbia,
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada V2N 4Z9