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    • O'Riordan, Ruth M.; Culloty, Sarah C.; Mcallen, Rob; gallagher, mary catherine (2020)
      Austrominius modestus, formerly Elminius modestus, is a relatively small species of four-plated acorn barnacle, which is native to the subtropical and temperate zones of Australasia. It was introduced into Europe in the ...
    • Rountree, Rodney A.; Aguzzi, Jacopo; Marini, Simone; Fanelli, Emanuela; De Leo, Fabio C.; Del Rio, Joaquin; Juanes, Francis (2020)
      Four operational factors, together with high development cost, currently limit the use of ocean observatories in ecological and fisheries applications: 1) limited spatial coverage; 2) limited integration of multiple types ...
    • Peck, Lloyd S. (2018)
      Animals living in the Southern Ocean have evolved in a singular environment. It shares many of its attributes with the high Arctic, namely low, stable temperatures, the pervading effect of ice in its many forms and extreme ...
    • Friess, Daniel A.; Yando, Erik S.; Alemu, Jahson B.; Wong, Lynn-Wei; Soto, Sasha D.; Bhatia, Natasha (2020)
      Coastal wetlands such as mangrove forests and saltmarshes provide a range of important benefits to people, broadly defined as ecosystem services. These include provisioning services such as fuelwood and food, regulating ...
    • Vanderklift, Mathew A.; Babcock, Russell C.; Barnes, Peter B.; Cresswell, Anna K.; Feng, Ming; Haywood, Michael D. E.; Holmes, Thomas H.; Lavery, Paul S.; Pillans, Richard D.; Smallwood, Claire B.; Thomson, Damian P.; Tucker, Anton D.; Waples, Kelly; Wilson, Shaun K. (2020)
      The Ningaloo coast of north-western Australia (eastern Indian Ocean) hosts one of the world’s longest and most extensive fringing coral reef systems, along with globally-significant abundances of large marine fauna such ...
    • Keesing, John K.; Gartner, Adam; Westera, Mark; Edgar, Graham J.; Myers, Joanne; Hardman-Mountford, Nick J.; Bailey, Mark (2018)
      Marine invertebrates and macrophytes are sensitive to the toxic effects of oil. Depending on the intensity, duration and circumstances of the exposure, they can suffer high levels of initial mortality together with prolonged ...
    • Wolfe, Kennedy; Anthony, Ken; Babcock, Russell C.; Bay, Line; Bourne, David G.; Burrows, Damien; Byrne, Maria; Deaker, Dione J.; Diaz-Pulido, Guillermo; Frade, Pedro R.; Gonzalez-Rivero, Manuel; Hoey, Andrew; Hoogenboom, Mia; McCormick, Mark; Ortiz, Juan-Carlos; Razak, Tries; Richardson, Anthony J.; Roff, George; Sheppard-Brennand, Hannah; Stella, Jessica; Thompson, Angus; Watson, Sue-Ann; Webster, Nicole; Audas, Donna; Beeden, Roger; Carver, Jesseca; Cowlishaw, Mel; Dyer, Michelle; Groves, Paul; Horne, Dylan; Thiault, Lauric; Vains, Jason; Wachenfeld, David; Weekers, Damien; Williams, Genevieve; Mumby, Peter J. (2020)
      Ecosystem-based management on coral reefs has historically focused on biodiversity conservation through the establishment of marine reserves, but it is increasingly recognised that a subset of species can be key to the ...
    • Yu, Sing-Pei Yu; Cole, Matthew Cole; Chan, Benny K. K. (2020)
      Microplastics (MPs) are a prolific contaminant in aquatic ecosystems across the globe. Zooplankton (including holoplankton and meroplankton) play vital ecological roles in marine and freshwater ecosystems and have been ...
    • Gribben, Paul E.; Byers, James E. (2020)
      Biological invasions continue to exert extensive environmental and economic impacts. Understanding why some introduced species become invasive is critical to their management. Determining the mechanisms underpinning ...
    • Dame, Richard F.; Kenneth, Michael J.; Oven, Alice (2011)
      Bivalves, such as clams and oysters, are species having two-valved shells. In the marine ecosystem these species play a unique and essential role. This book examines the ecology of bivalves from an ecosystem or holistic ...
    • Wells, Peter G.; Lee, Kenneth; Blaise, Christian (1998)
      Bioassays are among the ecotoxicologist's most effective weapons in the evaluation of water quality and the assessment of ecological impacts of effluents, chemicals, discharges, and emissions on the aquatic environment. ...
    • Hawkins, S. J.; Allcock, A. L.; Bates, A. E.; Evans, A.J.; Firth, L. B.; McQuaid, C. D.; Russell, B. D.; Smith, I. P.; Swearer, S. E.; Todd, P. A. (2020)
      Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review remains one of the most cited sources in marine science and oceanography. The ever-increasing interest in work in oceanography and marine biology and its relevance to global ...
    • Jansson, Julia (2016)
      Science, Information, and Policy Interface for Effective Coastal and Ocean Management presents a wealth of knowledge that enhances current best practices to achieve more effective communication and use of marine environmental ...