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2009 journal article
Do blue crab spawning sanctuaries in North Carolina protect the spawning stock?
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 138(3), 581–592.
By: D. Eggleston, G. Bell & S. Searcy
Environmental and physiological controls of blue crab avoidance behavior during exposure to hypoxia
Biological Bulletin (Lancaster, Pa.), 217(2), 161–172.
By: G. Bell, D. Eggleston & E. Noga
2005 journal article
Interactive effects of episodic hypoxia and cannibalism on juvenile blue crab mortality
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 325(1), 18–26.
By: D. Eggleston, G. Bell & A. Amavisca
Species-specific avoidance responses by blue crabs and fish to chronic and episodic hypoxia
Marine Biology (Berlin, Germany), 146(4), 761–770.
By: G. Bell & D. Eggleston
2003 journal article
Behavioral responses of free-ranging blue crabs to episodic hypoxia. I. Movement
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 259(2003), 215–225.
By: G. Bell, D. Eggleston & T. Wolcott
Behavioral responses of free-ranging blue crabs to episodic hypoxia. II. Feeding
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 259(2003), 227–235.
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