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2018
Ashford O.S, Kenny A.J, Frojan C, Bonsall M.B, Horton T., Brandt A., Bird G.J, Gerken S., Rogers A.D.  2018.  Phylogenetic and functional evidence suggests that deep-ocean ecosystems are highly sensitive to environmental change and direct human disturbance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 285
2017
Van Allen B.G, Dillemuth F.P, Flick A.J, Faldyn M.J, Clark D.R, Rudolf V.HW, Elderd B.D.  2017.  Cannibalism and Infectious Disease: Friends or Foes? American Naturalist. 190:299-312.
Nakajima R., Rimachi E.V, Santos-Silva E.N, Calixto L.SF, Leite R.G, Khen A., Yamane T., Mazeroll A.I, Inuma J.C, Utumi E.YK et al..  2017.  The density and biomass of mesozooplankton and ichthyoplankton in the Negro and the Amazon Rivers during the rainy season: the ecological importance of the confluence boundary. Peerj. 5
2014
McCauley D.J, Young H.S, Guevara R., Williams GJ, Power E.A, Dunbar R.B, Bird D.W, Durham W.H, Micheli F..  2014.  Positive and negative effects of a threatened parrotfish on reef ecosystems. Conservation Biology. 28:1312-+.
2013
Leonard-Pingel J.S, Jackson J.BC.  2013.  Drilling intensity varies among neogene tropical American bivalvia in relation to shell form and life habit. Bulletin of Marine Science. 89:905-919.
Moore JE.  2013.  Management reference points to account for direct and indirect impacts of fishing on marine mammals. Marine Mammal Science. 29:446-473.
Litchman E, Ohman MD, Kiorboe T.  2013.  Trait-based approaches to zooplankton communities. Journal of Plankton Research. 35:473-484.
Rankin S., Archer F., Barlow J.  2013.  Vocal activity of tropical dolphins is inhibited by the presence of killer whales, Orcinus orca. Marine Mammal Science. 29:679-690.
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