Interactive effects of sediments buffering and predator exclusion on recruitment of commercial, intertidal bivalves in Northern Casco Bay, Maine: results from field experiments (2014-2016) (webinar)

Recording of Northeast Coastal Acidification Network (NECAN) Webinar from July 12, 2018 with speaker Brian Beal, PhD. (University of Maine at Machias).

Brian Beal, Chad Coffin, Sara Randall, Clint Goodenow, Bennett Ellis, Kyle Pepperman, Cody Jourdet & George Protopopescu, Recording of Northeast Coastal Acidification Network (NECAN) Webinar, 12 July 2018. Video.

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