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2019
Franks PJS, Garwood J.C, Ouimet M., Cortes J., Musgrave R.C, Lucas A.J.  2019.  Stokes drift of plankton in linear internal waves: Cross-shore transport of neutrally buoyant and depth-keeping organisms.
2017
Hartmann A.C, Baird A.H, Knowlton N, Huang D..  2017.  The paradox of environmental symbiont acquisition in obligate mutualisms. Current Biology. 27:3711-+.
Shen S.G, Thompson A.R, Correa J., Fietzek P., Ayon P., Checkley DM.  2017.  Spatial patterns of Anchoveta (Engraulis ringens) eggs and larvae in relation to pCO(2) in the Peruvian upwelling system. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 284
de Putron S.J, Lawson J.M, White K.QL, Costa M.T, Geronimus M.VB, MacCarthy A..  2017.  Variation in larval properties of the Atlantic brooding coral Porites astreoides between different reef sites in Bermuda. Coral Reefs. 36:383-393.
2016
Edmunds P.J, Leichter J.J, Johnston E.C, Tong E.J, Toonen RJ.  2016.  Ecological and genetic variation in reef-building corals on four Society Islands. Limnology and Oceanography. 61:543-557.
Koslow JA, Wright M..  2016.  Ichthyoplankton sampling design to monitor marine fish populations and communities. Marine Policy. 68:55-64.
Perretti CT, Sedarat M..  2016.  The influence of the El Nino Southern Oscillation on paralarval market squid (Doryteuthis opalescens). Fisheries Oceanography. 25:491-499.
Hanson K.M, Schnarr E.L, Leichter J.J.  2016.  Non-random feeding enhances the contribution of oceanic zooplankton to the diet of the planktivorous coral reef fish Dascyllus flavicaudus. Marine Biology. 163
Fontes J., Semmens B., Caselle JE, Santos R.S, Prakya R..  2016.  Ocean productivity may predict recruitment of the rainbow wrasse (coris julis). Plos One. 11
2014
Tangwancharoen S., Burton RS.  2014.  Early life stages are not always the most sensitive: heat stress responses in the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 517:75-83.
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