Swearer, Stephen E.; Treml, Eric A.; Shima, Jeffrey S.(2019)
Larval dispersal is arguably the most important but least understood demographic process in the sea.
The likelihood of a larva dispersing from its birthplace to successfully recruit in another location
is the culmination ...
Morris, Rebecca L.; Heery, Eliza C.; Loke, Lynette H.L.; Lau, Edward; Strain, Elisabeth M.A.; Airoldi, Laura; Alexander, Karen A.; Bishop, Melanie J.; Coleman, Ross A.; Cordell, Jeffery R.; Dong, Yun-Wei; Firth, Louise B.; Hawkins, Stephen J.; Heath, Tom; Kokora, Michael; Lee, Shing Yip; Miller, Jon K.; Perkol-Finkel, Shimrit; Rella, Andrew; Steinberg, Peter D.; Takeuchi, Ichiro; Thompson, Richard C.; Todd, Peter A.; Leung, Kenneth M.Y.(2019)
Human population growth and accelerating coastal development have been the drivers for unprecedented construction of artificial structures along shorelines globally. Construction has been recently amplified by societal ...
Nagelkerken, Ivan; Doney, Scott C.; Munday, Philip L.(2019)
Human activities are altering a wide range of key marine cues at local and global scales, and it is important to know how animals may respond. Species survival and performance depend on the ability of individuals to ...
Gribben, Paul E.; Angelini, Christine; Altieri, Andrew H.; Bishop, Melanie J.; Thomsen, Mads S.; Bulleri, Fabio(2019)
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 ...
Wernberg, Thomas; Coleman, Melinda A.; Babcock, Russell C.; Bell, Sahira Y.; Bolton, John J.; Connell, Sean D.; Hurd, Catriona L.; Johnson, Craig R.; Marzinelli, Ezequiel M.; Shears, Nick T.; Steinberg, Peter D.; Thomsen, Mads S.; Vanderklift, Mathew A.; Verges, Adriana; Wright, Jeffrey T.(2019)
Ecklonia radiata is one of the most widespread kelps globally, dominating temperate reefs throughout
much of Australasia and southeastern Africa. Throughout much of its range, it is the only laminarian
kelp and hence ...
Fitzer, Susan C.; Bin San Chan, Vera; Meng, Yuan; Chandra Rajan, Kanmani; Suzuki, Michio; Not, Christelle; Toyofuku, Takashi; Fal, Laura(2019)
Ocean acidification (OA) is the decline in seawater pH and saturation levels of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) minerals that has led to concerns for calcifying organisms such as corals, oysters and mussels because of the adverse ...
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 ...
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