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Long-term monitoring reveals effects of sea star wasting along Oregon coast




The 2013-2014 sea star wasting epidemic along the Oregon Coast may have been caused by multiple factors and had significant effects on the sea star population and its prey in the area, according to a study published May 4, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Bruce Menge from Oregon State University, USA, and colleagues.




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Long-term monitoring reveals effects of sea star wasting along Oregon coast

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