Waves affect predator–prey interactions between fish and benthic invertebrates


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GABEL, Friederike, Stefan STOLL, Martin T. PUSCH, Philipp FISCHER, Xavier-Francois GARCIA, 2011. Waves affect predator–prey interactions between fish and benthic invertebrates. In: Oecologia. 165(1), pp. 101-109. ISSN 0029-8549. eISSN 1432-1939

@article{Gabel2011-01Waves-17831, title={Waves affect predator–prey interactions between fish and benthic invertebrates}, year={2011}, doi={10.1007/s00442-010-1841-8}, number={1}, volume={165}, issn={0029-8549}, journal={Oecologia}, pages={101--109}, author={Gabel, Friederike and Stoll, Stefan and Pusch, Martin T. and Fischer, Philipp and Garcia, Xavier-Francois} }

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