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Aldrich, J.C. & Regnault, M., (1990). Individual variations in the response to hypoxia in Cancer pagurus (L.) measured at the excited rate. Marine Behaviour and Physiology, 16, 225-235.

Anosov, S.E., (2000). Keys to the identification of brachyuran larvae of the Black Sea. Crustaceana, 73, 1239-1246.

Austin, B. & Alderman, D.J., (1987). Bacterial shell disease of crustaceans. Identification leaflets for Diseases and Parasites of Fish and Shellfish, 31, 4 pp., ICES Copenhagen (Denmark).

Bennett, D.B. & Brown, C.G., (1983). Crab (Cancer pagurus) migrations in the English Channel. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 63, 371-398.

Bennett, D.B., (1995). Factors in the life history of the edible crab (Cancer pagurus L.) that influence modelling and management. ICES Marine Science Symposia, 199, 89-98.

Bennett, D.B., (1979). Population assessment of the edible crab (Cancer pagurus L.) fishery off southwest England. Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Reunions. Conseil International pour l'Exploration de la Mer, 175, 229-235.

Bianchini, A. & Gilles, R., (1996). Toxicity and accumulation of mercury in three species of crabs with differing osmoregulatory capacities. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 57, 91-98.

Boalch, G.T., (1979). The dinoflagellate bloom on the coast of south-west England, August to September 1978. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 59, 515-517.

Bradshaw, C., Veale, L.O., Hill, A.S. & Brand, A.R., (2000). The effects of scallop dredging on gravelly seabed communities. In: Effects of fishing on non-target species and habitats (ed. M.J. Kaiser & de S.J. Groot), pp. 83-104. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Brown, C.G. & Bennett, D.B., (1980). Population and catch structure of the edible crab (Cancer pagurus) in the English Channel. Journal du Conseil, 39, 88-100.

Eaton, D.R., Addison, J.T., Milligan, S.P., Brown, J. & Fernand, L.J., (2001). Larvae surveys of edible crab (Cancer pagurus) off the east coast of England: implications for stock structure and management. ICES Council Meeting Papers, C.M. J:14 10 p.

Eaton, D.R., Brown, J., Addison, J.T., Milligan, S.P. & Fernand, L.J., (2003). Edible crab (Cancer pagurus) larvae surveys off the east coast of England: implications for stock structure. Fisheries Research, 65, 191-199.

Edwards, E., (1979). The Edible Crab and its fishery in British Waters. Surrey, England: Fishing News Books Ltd.

Eleftheriou, A. & Robertson, M.R., (1992). The effects of experimental scallop dredging on the fauna and physical environment of a shallow sandy community. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research, 30, 289-299.

Fahy, E., Carroll, J. & Stokes, D., (2002). The inshore pot fishery for brown crab (Cancer pagurus), landing into south east Ireland: estimate of yield and assessment of status. Irish Fisheries Investigations, 11, 26 p.

Hall, S.J., Basford, D.J., Robertson, M.R., Raffaelli, D.G. & Tuck, I., (1991). Patterns of recolonisation and the importance of pit-digging by the crab Cancer pagurus in a subtidal sand habitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 72, 93-102.

Harms, J. & Seeger, B., (1989). Larval development and survival in seven decapod species (Crustacea) in relation to laboratory diet. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 133, 129-139.

Hartnoll, R.G. & Mohamedeen, H., (1987). Laboratory growth of the larvae of six British crabs. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 107, 155-170.

Howard, A.E., (1982). The distribution and behaviour of ovigerous edible crabs (Cancer pagurus), and consequent sampling bias. Journal du Conseil, 40, 259-261.

Howson, C.M. & Picton, B.E. (ed.), (1997). The species directory of the marine fauna and flora of the British Isles and surrounding seas. Belfast: Ulster Museum. [Ulster Museum publication, no. 276.]

Jenkins, S.R., Beukers-Stewart, B.D. & Brand, A.R., (2001). Impact of scallop dredging on benthic megafauna: a comparison of damage levels in captured and non-captured organisms. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 215, 297-301.

Karlsson, K. & Christiansen, M.E., (1996). Occurrence and population composition of the edible crab (Cancer pagurus) on rocky shores of an islet on the south coast of Norway. Sarsia, 81, 307-314.

Knowles, J.F., Smith, D.L. & Winpenny, K., (1998). A comparative study of the uptake, clearance and metabolism of technetium in lobster (Homarus gammarus) and edible crab (Cancer pagurus). Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 75, 125-129.

Law, R.J., Kelly, C.A., Grahan, K.L., Woodhead, R.J., Dyrynda, P.E.J. & Dyrynda, E.A., (1997). Hydrocarbons and PAH in fish and shellfish from southwest Wales following the Sea Empress oil spill in 1996. In: American Petroleum Institute. Proceedings. 1997 International Oil Spill Conference. pp 205-211., Washington DC: American Petroleum Institute.

Law, R.J., Thain, J.E., Kirby, M.F., Allen, Y.T., Lyons, B.P., Kelly, C.A. et al., (1998). The impact of the Sea Empress oil spill on fish and shellfish. In: The Sea Empress oil spill, (ed. R. Edwards & H. Sime) pp 109-136. Lavenham: Lavenham Press.

Law, T., (1982). The uptake, distribution and biochemical effects of cadmium in the edible crab Cancer pagurus. (M.Phil. thesis), M.Phil. Thesis, Bristol Polytechnic, Science Department.

Lawton, P. & Hughes, R.N., (1985). Foraging behaviour of the crab Cancer pagurus feeding on the gastropods Nucella lapillus and Littorina littorea: comparisons with optimal foraging theory. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 27, 147-154.

Lawton, P., (1989). Predatory interaction between the brachyuran crab Cancer pagurus and decapod crustacean prey. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 52, 169-179.

Mascaro, M. & Seed, R., (2001). Foraging behaviour of juvenile Carcinus maenus (L.) and Cancer pagurus (L.). Marine Biology, 139, 1135-1145.

Naylor, J.K., Taylor, E.W. & Bennett, D.B., (1999). Oxygen uptake of developing eggs of Cancer pagurus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Cancridae) and consequent behaviour of ovigerous females. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 79, 305-315.

Nichols, J.H., Thompson, B.M. & Cryer, M. (1982). Production, drift and mortality of the planktonic larvae of the edible crab (Cancer pagurus) off the north-east coast of England. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research, 16, 173-184.

Nickell, T.D. & Moore, P.G., (1992). The behavioural ecology of epibenthic scavenging invertebrates in the Clyde Sea area: laboratory experiments on attractions to bait in moving water, underwater TV observations in situ and general conclusions. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 159, 15-35.

Overnell, J., (1984). The partition of copper and cadmium between different charge-forms of metallothionein in the digestive tubules of the crab, Cancer pagurus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 77C, 237-243.

Overnell, J., (1982). Copper metabolism in crabs and metallothionein: In vivo effects of copper(II) on soluble hepatopancreas metal binding components of the crab Cancer pagurus containing varying amounts of cadmium. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 73B, 555-564.

Regnault, M., (1994). Effect of air exposure on ammonia excretion and ammonia content of branchial water of the crab Cancer pagurus. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 268, 208-217.

Regnault, M., (1992). Effect of air exposure on nitrogen metabolism in the crab Cancer pagurus. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 264, 372-380.

Robinson, M. & Tully, O., (2000). Seasonal variation in community structure and recruitment of benthic decapods in a sub-tidal cobble habitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 206, 181-191.

Rogers, K.M., (2003). Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope signatures indicate recovery of marine biota from sewage pollution at Moa Point, New Zealand. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 46, 821-827.

SEEEC (Sea Empress Environmental Evaluation Committee), (1998). The environmental impact of the Sea Empress oil spill. Final Report of the Sea Empress Environmental Evaluation Committee, 135 pp., London: HMSO.

Shelton, R.G.J., (1973). Some effects of dumping, solid wastes on marine life and fisheries. In: North Sea Science (ed. E.D. Goldberg) pp 415-436. London: The MIT Press.

Skajaa, K., Ferno, A., Lokkeborg, S. & Haugland, E.K., (1998). Basic movement pattern and chemo-oriented search towards baited pots in edible crab (Cancer pagurus L.). Hydrobiologia, 371/372, 143-153.

Smith, D.L., Knowles, J.F. & Winpenny, K., (1998). The accumulation, retention and distribution of 95mTc in crab (Cancer pagurus L.) and lobster (Homarus gammarus L.). A comparative study. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, 40, 113-135.

Smith, J.E. (ed.), (1968). 'Torrey Canyon'. Pollution and marine life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Spicer, J.I. & Weber, R.E., (1992). Respiratory impairment by water-borne copper and zinc in the edible crab Cancer pagurus (L.) (Crustacea: Decapoda) during hypoxic exposure. Marine Biology, 112, 429-435.

Stentiford, G.D, Green, M., Bateman, K., Small, H.J., Neil, D.M. & Feist, S.W., (2002). Infection by a Hematodinium-like parasitic dinoflagellate causes Pink Crab Disease (PCD) in the edible crab Cancer pagurus. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 79, 179-191.

Thompson, B.M., Lawler, A.R. & Bennett, D.B., (1995). Estimation of the spatial distribution of spawning crabs (Cancer pagurus L.) using larval surveys of the English Channel. ICES Marine Science Symposia, 199, 139-150.

Topping, G. Davies, J.M., Mackie, P.R. & Moffat, C.F., (1997). The impact of the Braer spill on commercial fish and shellfish. In The impact of an oil spill in turbulent waters: The Braer, pp.121-143. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office Limited.

Torres, G., Giménez, L. & Anger, K., (2002). Effects of reduced salinity on the biochemical composition (lipid, protein) of zoea 1 decapod larvae. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 277, 43-60.

Vogan, C.L., Llewellyn, P.J. & Rowley, A.F., (1999). Epidemiology and dynamics of shell disease of the edible crab Cancer pagurus: a preliminary study of Langland Bay, Swansea, UK. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 35, 81-87.

Wanson, S., Pequeux, A. & Giles, R., (1983). Osmoregulation in the stone crab Cancer pagurus. Marine Biology Letters, 4, 321-330.