Catching crabs: a case study in local-scale English conservation
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Crabs caught in surveys at Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer pier (Norfolk) in 2007, recording limb and pincer damage, size, sex, and other variables. Surveys of tourists' crab buckets also included. Questionnaires of tourists' spending and crab-catching preferences from the sites.