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Jason Jones,* Barbara Holloway,* Elizabeth Ketcham,* John Long*
*Jason Jones is Senior Ecologist, TetraTech EC, Inc., Boston, MA 02110; e-mail: Jason.Jones@tteci.com. Barbara Holloway and Elizabeth Ketcham are Laboratory Technicians, and John Long is Professor, Department of Biology, all at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY 12604.
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Jason Jones, Barbara Holloway, Elizabeth Ketcham, John Long "Senses & Sensibility: Predator-Prey Experiments Reveal How Fish Perceive & Respond to Threats," The American Biology Teacher, 70(8), 462-467, (1 October 2008)