DOI:  10.1086/663770  Sex and Proximity to Reproductive Maturity Influence the Survival, Final Maturation, and Blood Physiology of Pacific Salmon When Exposed to High Temperature during a Simulated Migration
Author: Jeffries, Ken M..  v. 85  no. 1, pp. 62- 73
ISSN:  1522-2152  EISSN:  1537-5293 
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