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Design and analysis of field experiments on competitive interactions affecting behaviour of intertidal animals

, : Design and analysis of field experiments on competitive interactions affecting behaviour of intertidal animals. NATO ASI Advanced Science Institutes Series Series A Life Sciences: 333-357 (151)


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