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2020
Dichiera A.M, McMillan O.JL, Clifford A.M, Goss G.G, Brauner C.J, Esbaugh A.J.  2020.  The importance of a single amino acid substitution in reduced red blood cell carbonic anhydrase function of early-diverging fish. 190:287-296.
2019
Hosokawa Y., Casa D.J, Trtanj J.M, Belval L.N, Deuster P.A, Giltz S.M, Grundstein A.J, Hawkins M.D, Huggins R.A, Jacklitsch B. et al..  2019.  Activity modification in heat: critical assessment of guidelines across athletic, occupational, and military settings in the USA. International Journal of Biometeorology. 63:405-427.
Chaix B., Benmarhnia T., Kestens Y., Brondeel R., Perchoux C., Gerber P., Duncan D.T.  2019.  Combining sensor tracking with a GPS-based mobility survey to better measure physical activity in trips: public transport generates walking. 16
Harada A.E, Burton RS.  2019.  Ecologically relevant temperature ramping rates enhance the protective heat shock response in an intertidal ectotherm. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 92:152-162.
Kwan G.T, Wexler J.B, Wegner NC, Tresguerres M.  2019.  Ontogenetic changes in cutaneous and branchial ionocytes and morphology in yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) larvae. 189:81-95.
Carnacho-Jimenez L., Leyva-Carrillo L., Peregrino-Uriarte A.B, Duarte-Gutierrez J.L, Tresguerres M, Yepiz-Plascencia G..  2019.  Regulation of glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase by hypoxia inducible factor 1 in the white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei during hypoxia and reoxygenation. 235:56-65.
Uchida T., Balwada D., Abernathey R., Prend C.J, Boss E., Gille ST.  2019.  Southern Ocean phytoplankton blooms observed by biogeochemical floats.
Healy T.M, Bock A.K, Burton RS.  2019.  Variation in developmental temperature alters adulthood plasticity of thermal tolerance in Tigriopus californicus. 222
Harada A.E, Healy T.M, Burton RS.  2019.  Variation in thermal tolerance and its relationship to mitochondrial function across populations of Tigriopus californicus. 10
McCormick L.R, Levin L.A, Oesch N.W.  2019.  Vision is highly sensitive to oxygen availability in marine invertebrate larvae. 222
2018
McGregor G.R, Vanos J.K.  2018.  Heat: a primer for public health researchers. 161:138-146.
Hagstrom A., Azam F, Berg C., Zweifel U.L.  2018.  Isolates as models to study bacterial ecophysiology and biogeochemistry. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 80:15-27.
Michaud J.M, Thompson L.R, Kaul D., Espinoza J.L, Richter R.A, Xu Z.Z, Lee C., Pham K.M, Beall C.M, Malfatti F. et al..  2018.  Taxon-specific aerosolization of bacteria and viruses in an experimental ocean-atmosphere mesocosm. Nature Communications. 9
Bernal D., Reid J.P, Roessig J.M, Matsumoto S., Sepulveda CA, Cech J.J, Graham JB.  2018.  Temperature effects on the blood oxygen affinity in sharks. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry. 44:949-967.
2017
Johnson M.D, Comeau S., Lantz C.A, Smith JE.  2017.  Complex and interactive effects of ocean acidification and temperature on epilithic and endolithic coral-reef turf algal assemblages. Coral Reefs. 36:1059-1070.
Leon-Zayas R., Peoples L., Biddle J.F, Podell S, Novotny M., Cameron J., Lasken R.S, Bartlett DH.  2017.  The metabolic potential of the single cell genomes obtained from the Challenger Deep, Mariana Trench within the candidate superphylum Parcubacteria (OD1). Environmental Microbiology. 19:2769-2784.
Mehdipoor H., Vanos J.K, Zurita-Milla R., Cao G.F.  2017.  Short communication: emerging technologies for biometeorology. International Journal of Biometeorology. 61:S81-S88.
Allen M.J, Vanos J., Hondula D.M, Vecellio D.J, Knight D., Mehdipoor H., Lucas R., Fuhrmann C., Lokys H., Lees A. et al..  2017.  Supporting sustainability initiatives through biometeorology education and training. International Journal of Biometeorology. 61:S93-S106.
2016
Snyder S., Nadler L.E, Bayley J.S, Svendsen M.BS, Johansen J.L, Domenici P., Steffensen J.F.  2016.  Effect of closed v. intermittent-flow respirometry on hypoxia tolerance in the shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata. Journal of Fish Biology. 88:252-264.
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