Richard J. Pruell

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Seminomas and dysgerminomas are epizootic in softshell clams, Mya arenaria, from three Maine estuaries contaminated with herbicides. The first epizootic was discovered in 22% of clams collected as Searsport near Long Cove Brook and three culverts that conveyed heating oil and jet fuel spilled from a tank farm in 1971. Data from subsequent epizootiological(More)
Isotopic ratios of fish otoliths have been used in numerous studies as natural tags or markers to aid in the study of connectivity among fish populations. We investigated the use of spatial and temporal changes in the stable carbon and oxygen isotope ratios of otoliths to differentiate juvenile habitats of winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus).(More)
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