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Le Corre N, Pepin P, Burmeister AD, Walkusz W, Skanes K, Wang Z, Brickman D, Snelgrove P (2020) Larval connectivity of northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the Northwest Atlantic. Can. J. Fish. Sci. 77: 1332-1347.

Kaiser B, Azetsu-Scott K, Burmeister AD, Flakenberg LJ, Meire L, Ravn-Jonsen L, Steiner N (2018) The Greenland shrimp (Pandalus borealis) fishery pp 101-128. In: AMAP Assessment2018: Arctic Ocean Acidification pp 1-188 Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Pragramme (AMAP), Tromsø, Norway

Kilada R, Agnalt AL, Arboe, NH, Bjarnason S, Burmeister AD, Farestveit E, Gislason OS, Guolaugsdottir A, Guomundsdottir D, Jonasson JP, Jonsdottir IG, Kvalsund M, Sheridan M, Stansbury D and Sovik G (2015) Feasibility of using growth band counts in age determination of four crustacean species in the North Atlantic. Journal of Crustacean Biology, Vol 35, pp: 499-503

Morado FJ, Dawe EG, Mullowney D, Shavey CA, Lowe C, Cawthorn RJ, Burmeister AD, Zisserson B, Colbourne E (2010) Climate change and the world wide emergence of Hematodinium-associated disease: Is there evidence for a relationship. In Kruse, GH, Eckert GL, Foy RJ, Lipcius B, Sainte-Marie B, Stram DL and Woodb D (eds.), Biology and management of exploited crab populations under climate change, Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Pp. 153-173, udgv: (2011)

Burmeister, A and Sainte-Marie B (2010) Pattern and causes of a temperature-dependent gradient of size at terminal moult in snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) along West Greenland. Polar Biology 33:775-788

Eigemann, F, Burmeister A and Skovgaard A (2010) Hematodinium sp (Alveolata, Syndinea) detected in marine decapod crustaceans from waters of Denmark and Greenland. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 92:59-68

Puebla, O., Sévigny, JM, Sainte-Marie, B., Brêthes, JC., Burmeister, AD., Dawe, E. G. and Moriyasu, M. (2008). Population genetic structure of the snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) at the Northwest Atlantic scale. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., vol65, pp: 425-436.