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Subject: Lengths of fishes in estuaries
From: Douglas Herdson <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 9 Jul 2002 13:29:09 +0100

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dear marin
        I think you will find that there was quite a lot of work on fish ecology in
estuaries including distreibutions of populations done very close to home,
by the University of Aberdden's field station a Culterty on the Ythan
Estuary in the 60s and 70s.  I do not remember the details but it was under
the overall direction of Harry milne and I know david Emerson did some of
the flounder work, I think this was continued by Summers.  There was
certainly a wealth published on the ecology of the Ythan, but for the
detailled infoyou want it would probably going to the Ph. D. theses in the
Aberdeen Uni library.
                                I hope this helps
                regards, Doug

Douglas Herdson
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National Marine Aquarium
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Plymouth  PL4 0LF

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