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Mascuch S.J, Moree WJ, Hsu CC, Turner G.G, Cheng T.L, Blehert D.S, Kilpatrick A.M, Frick W.F, Meehan M.J, Dorrestein PC et al..  2015.  Direct detection of fungal siderophores on bats with white-nose syndrome via fluorescence microscopy-guided ambient ionization mass spectrometry. Plos One. 10
Parnell P.E.  2015.  The effects of seascape pattern on algal patch structure, sea urchin barrens, and ecological processes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 465:64-76.
Gallagher J., Orcutt J., Simpson P., Wright D., Pearlman J., Raymond L..  2015.  Facilitating open exchange of data and information. Earth Science Informatics. 8:721-739.
Archer S.K, Allgeier J.E, Semmens B.X, Heppell S.A, Pattengill-Semmens C.V, Rosemond A.D, Bush P.G, McCoy C.M, Johnson B.C, Layman C.A.  2015.  Hot moments in spawning aggregations: implications for ecosystem-scale nutrient cycling. Coral Reefs. 34:19-23.
Cramer K.L, Leonard-Pingel J.S, Rodriguez F., Jackson J.BC.  2015.  Molluscan subfossil assemblages reveal the long-term deterioration of coral reef environments in Caribbean Panama. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 96:176-187.
Lajeunesse T.C, Lee S.Y, Gil-Agudelo D.L, Knowlton N, Jeong H.J.  2015.  Symbiodinium necroappetens sp nov (Dinophyceae): an opportunist 'zooxanthella' found in bleached and diseased tissues of Caribbean reef corals. European Journal of Phycology. 50:223-238.
Younger J.L, Clucas G.V, Kooyman G., Wienecke B., Rogers A.D, Trathan P.N, Hart T., Miller K.J.  2015.  Too much of a good thing: sea ice extent may have forced emperor penguins into refugia during the last glacial maximum. Global Change Biology. 21:2215-2226.
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