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2016
Galvan-Villa C.M, Rios-Jara E., Bastida-Izaguirre D., Hastings PA, Balart E.F.  2016.  Annotated checklist of marine fishes from the Sanctuary of Bahia Chamela, Mexico with occurrence and biogeographic data. Zookeys. :139-157.
Frasier K.E, Henderson E.E, Bassett H.R, Roch M.A.  2016.  Automated identification and clustering of subunits within delphinid vocalizations. Marine Mammal Science. 32:911-930.
Goes J.I, Gomes H.D, Selph K.E, Landry MR.  2016.  Biological response of Costa Rica Dome phytoplankton to Light, Silicic acid and Trace metals. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:290-304.
Patin NV, Duncan K.R, Dorrestein PC, Jensen PR.  2016.  Competitive strategies differentiate closely related species of marine actinobacteria. Isme Journal. 10:478-490.
Kelly E.LA, Eynaud Y., Clements S.M, Gleason M., Sparks R.T, Williams I.D, Smith JE.  2016.  Investigating functional redundancy versus complementarity in Hawaiian herbivorous coral reef fishes. Oecologia. 182:1151-1163.
Cummings S.L, Barbe D., Leao T.F, Korobeynikov A., Engene N, Glukhov E., Gerwick WH, Gerwick L.  2016.  A novel uncultured heterotrophic bacterial associate of the cyanobacterium Moorea producens JHB. Bmc Microbiology. 16
Gutierrez-Rodriguez A., Selph K.E, Landry MR.  2016.  Phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing dynamics across vertical environmental gradients determined by transplant in situ dilution experiments. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:271-289.
Landry MR, de Verneil A., Goes J.I, Moffett J.W.  2016.  Plankton dynamics and biogeochemical fluxes in the Costa Rica Dome: introduction to the CRD Flux and Zinc Experiments. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:167-182.
Smith JE, Brainard R., Carter A., Grillo S., Edwards C., Harris J., Lewis L., Obura D., Rohwer F, Sala E et al..  2016.  Re-evaluating the health of coral reef communities: baselines and evidence for human impacts across the central Pacific. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283
Liu X, Xiao W.P, Landry MR, Chiang K.P, Wang L., Huang B.Q.  2016.  Responses of phytoplankton communities to environmental variability in the East China Sea. Ecosystems. 19:832-849.
Eng K., Wolock D.M, Dettinger MD.  2016.  Sensitivity of intermittent streams to climate variations in the USA. River Research and Applications. 32:885-895.
2015
Gove JM, Williams GJ, McManus MA, Clark S.J, Ehses J.S, Wedding L.M.  2015.  Coral reef benthic regimes exhibit non-linear threshold responses to natural physical drivers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 522:33-48.
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.
Williams GJ, Gove JM, Eynaud Y., Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2015.  Local human impacts decouple natural biophysical relationships on Pacific coral reefs. Ecography. 38:751-761.
Raman A.V, Damodaran R., Levin L.A, Ganesh T., Rao Y.KV, Nanduri S., Madhusoodhanan R..  2015.  Macrobenthos relative to the oxygen minimum zone on the East Indian margin, Bay of Bengal. Marine Ecology-an Evolutionary Perspective. 36:679-700.
Case D.H, Pasulka A.L, Marlow J.J, Grupe B.M, Levin L.A, Orphan V.J.  2015.  Methane seep carbonates host distinct, diverse, and dynamic microbial assemblages. Mbio. 6
Bertrand E.M, McCrow J.P, Moustafa A., Zheng H., McQuaid J.B, Delmont T.O, Post A.F, Sipler R.E, Spackeen J.L, Xu K. et al..  2015.  Phytoplankton-bacterial interactions mediate micronutrient colimitation at the coastal Antarctic sea ice edge. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112:9938-9943.
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.
Harris J.L, Lewis L.S, Smith JE.  2015.  Quantifying scales of spatial variability in algal turf assemblages on coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 532:41-57.