227 34 34 2 2 P. A. Breen K. H. Mann Department of Biology Dalhousie University Halifax Nova Scotia Canada Pacific Biological Station P. O. Box 100 V9R 5K6 Nanaimo B.C. Canada Abstract In a study area in Nova Scotia, Canada, abundance of the lobster Homarus americanus decreased by nearly 50% in 14 years. The lobster is a major predator of sea urchins, and during the past 6 years the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis has destroyed 70% of the beds of Laminaria spp. in the area. Implications for management are discussed.
Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 1, 1976
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