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2020
Gallo N.D, Beckwith M., Wei C.L, Levin L.A, Kuhnz L., Barry JP.  2020.  Dissolved oxygen and temperature best predict deep-sea fish community structure in the Gulf o California with climate change implications. 637:159-180.
2018
Venturelli R.A, Rathburn A.E, Burkett A.M, Ziebis W..  2018.  Epifaunal foraminifera in an infaunal world: Insights into the influence of heterogeneity on the benthic ecology of oxygen-poor, deep-sea habitats. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Rathburn A.E, Willingham J., Ziebis W., Burkett A.M, Corliss B.H.  2018.  A new biological proxy for deep-sea paleo-oxygen: Pores of epifaunal benthic foraminifera. Scientific Reports. 8
2016
Kharbush J.J, Kejriwal K., Aluwihare LI.  2016.  Distribution and abundance of hopanoid producers in low-oxygen environments of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Microbial Ecology. 71:401-408.
2015
Wootton T.P, Sepulveda CA, Wegner NC.  2015.  Gill morphometrics of the thresher sharks (genus alopias): Correlation of gill dimensions with aerobic demand and environmental oxygen. Journal of Morphology. 276:589-600.