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Marine biodiversity from Costa Rica: Crustacea: Decapoda (Penaeoidea, Sergestoidea, Caridea, Astacidea, Thalassinidea, Palinura) of the Pacific.
Protecting local communities, their resources, and their environment: The case of shrimp aquaculture in South India
Monitoring the impact of trawling on sea turtle populations of the Queensland east coast: project no. T93/229
Temporal variability in natural mortality of green tiger prawns, Penaeus semisulcatus, in Kuwait waters
New species for coastal aquaculture in the Tropical Pacific - constraints, prospects and considerations
Growth and maturation of the ghost shrimp Lepidophthalmus sinuensis Lemaitre and Rodrigues, 1991 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Callianassidae), a burrowing pest in penaeid shrimp culture ponds
A recent article in Environmental Management by All argued that flood flows in North America's Colorado River do not reach the Gulf of California because they are captured and evaporated in Laguna Salada, a below sea-level lakebed near the mouth of the river. We refute this hypothesis by showing that (1) due to its limited area, the Laguna Salada could have evaporated less than 10% of the flood flows that have occurred since 1989; (2) low flow volumes preferentially flow to the Gulf rather than Laguna Salada; (3) All's method for detecting water surface area in the Laguna Salada appears to be flawed because Landsat Thematic Mapper images of the lakebed show it to be dry when All's analyses said it was flooded; (4)...