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Managing Ecosystems for Productivity and Resilience: An Argument for Alewives in Maine

An Independent Study in Environmental Studies By Michael Tillotson Advised by Professor John Lichter Bowdoin College May 15, 2008 Table of contents: Introduction: 3 Profile of an unlikely hero: The alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus): 5 A fish for any need: Current … Continue reading

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The American Eel Anguilla rostrata – Julie Endrizzi ’09

Julie Endrizzi 12/21/08    Bio 394 The American Eel Anguilla rostrata Real British race track food is not fish and chips but jellied eels.  So far as I know these are an exclusively British delicacy and, because they are regarded … Continue reading

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