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2018
Harris C.M, Thomas L., Falcone E.A, Hildebrand J., Houser D., Kvadsheim P.H, Lam F.PA, Miller PJO, Moretti D.J, Read A.J et al..  2018.  Marine mammals and sonar: Dose-response studies, the risk-disturbance hypothesis and the role of exposure context. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55:396-404.
2016
Cloern J.E, Abreu P.C, Carstensen J., Chauvaud L., Elmgren R., Grall J., Greening H., Johansson J.OR, Kahru M, Sherwood E.T et al..  2016.  Human activities and climate variability drive fast-paced change across the world's estuarine-coastal ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 22:513-529.
2015
Wood C.L, Baum J.K, Reddy S.MW, Trebilco R., Sandin SA, Zgliczynski B.J, Briggs A.A, Micheli F..  2015.  Productivity and fishing pressure drive variability in fish parasite assemblages of the Line Islands, equatorial Pacific. Ecology. 96:1383-1398.
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