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Decreasing eel stocks : survival of the fattest? / Belpaire, Claude; Goemans, Geert; Geeraerts, Caroline; Quataert, Paul; Parmentier, K; Hagel, P; de Boer, J.

In: Ecology of freshwater fish, Vol. 18, Nr. 2, 2008, blz. 197–214.

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Belpaire, C, Goemans, G, Geeraerts, C, Quataert, P, Parmentier, K, Hagel, P & de Boer, J 2008, 'Decreasing eel stocks: survival of the fattest?', Ecology of freshwater fish, vol. 18, nr. 2, blz. 197–214. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0633.2008.00337.x

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Belpaire, C., Goemans, G., Geeraerts, C., Quataert, P., Parmentier, K., Hagel, P., & de Boer, J. (2008). Decreasing eel stocks: survival of the fattest? Ecology of freshwater fish, 18(2), 197–214. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0633.2008.00337.x

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Belpaire, Claude ; Goemans, Geert ; Geeraerts, Caroline ; Quataert, Paul ; Parmentier, K ; Hagel, P ; de Boer, J. / Decreasing eel stocks : survival of the fattest?. In: Ecology of freshwater fish. 2008 ; Vol. 18, Nr. 2. blz. 197–214.

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