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. Contamination, Habitat Degradation, Overfishing - An "Either-Or" Debater William E. Robinson and Judith Pederson II The New England Groundfish Resource: A History of Population Change in Relation to Harvesting 11 Steven A. Murawski III Recent Trends in Anadromous Fishes 25 John Moring IV. Pollutant Effects upon Cod, Haddock Pollock, and Flounder of the Inshore Fisheries of Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays 43 Frederick P Thurberg and Edith Gould V. The Effect of Habitat Loss and Degradation on Fisheries 67 Linda A. Deegan and Robert Buchsbaum VI. Effects of Natural Mortality and Harvesting on Inshore Bivalve Population Trends 97 Diane J. Broussea VII. Bological Effects of Contaminants on Marine Shellfish and Implications for Monitoring Population Impacts 119 Judith E. McDowell VIII. Are We Overfishing the American Lobster? Some Biological Perspectives 131 Robert S. 5teneck IX The Role of Overfishing, Pollution and Habitat Degradation on Marine Fish and Shellfish Populations of New England: Summary and Conclusions 149 Robert Buchsbaum X. Management Implications: Looking Ahead 163 Judith Pederson and William E. Robinson