Enhancing stocks of European eal Anguilla anguilla to benefit bittern, Botaurus stellaris

Knights, B. 2003. Enhancing stocks of European eal Anguilla anguilla to benefit bittern, Botaurus stellaris. in: Cowx, I. (ed.) Interactions between fish and birds: implications for management Oxford, UK Fishing News Books. pp. 298-313

Chapter titleEnhancing stocks of European eal Anguilla anguilla to benefit bittern, Botaurus stellaris
AuthorsKnights, B.
EditorsCowx, I.
Book titleInteractions between fish and birds: implications for management
Page range298-313
Year2003
PublisherFishing News Books
Publication dates
Published2003
Place of publicationOxford, UK
ISBN0632063858

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