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- Anderson, Janet Duffy, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of shellfish research 2016 v.35 no.1 pp. 259-267
- Chionoecetes; adults; cannibalism; climate change; cold; crabs; growth retardation; habitats; ice; juveniles; molting; predation; rearing; surveys; temperature; water; Alaska; Bering Sea
- ... Temperature strongly influences the growth of crustaceans and directly controls distribution. Despite being commercially important, there are no data on temperature effects upon growth in newly settled southern Tanner crab Chionoecetes bairdi. Recently settled crabs were reared through three consecutive molts, both individually and in groups, at four different temperatures; 2°C, 6°C, 9°C, and 12°C ...