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Effects of temperature on the development and survival of eggs of four coastal California fishes

@article{Gadomski1996EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of temperature on the development and survival of eggs of four coastal California fishes},
  author={D. Gadomski and S. M. Caddell},
  journal={Fishery Bulletin},
  year={1996},
  volume={94},
  pages={41-48}
}
VANTUNA Research Group, Occidental College J600 Campus Road. Los Angeles, California 90041 Present address: Columbia River Research Laboratory National Biological Service 5501A Cook-Underwood Road, Cook. Washington 98605 Abstract.-Laboratory experiments were conducted to determine the effects oftemperature on egg development and survival of four fish species found off southern California. Our objectives were to further understanding ofnatural spawning patterns and to aid in identifying and… 

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