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2019
Talmy D., Beckett S.J, Zhang A.B, Taniguch D.AA, Weitz J.S, Follows M.J.  2019.  Contrasting controls on microzooplankton grazing and viral infection of microbial prey. Frontiers in Marine Science. 6
Romero-Romero S., Choy C.A, Hannides C.CS, Popp BN, Drazen J.C.  2019.  Differences in the trophic ecology of micronekton driven by diel vertical migration. 64:1473-1483.
Nickels C.F, Sala L.M, Ohman MD.  2019.  The euphausiid prey field for blue whales around a steep bathymetric feature in the southern California current system. Limnology and Oceanography. 64:390-405.
Goldbogen J.A, Cade D.E, Calambokidis J, Czapanskiy M.F, Fahlbusch J., Friedlaender A.S, Gough W.T, Kahane-Rapport S.R, Savoca M.S, Ponganis K.V et al..  2019.  Extreme bradycardia and tachycardia in the world's largest animal. 116:25329-25332.
Zgliczynski B.J, Williams GJ, Hamilton S.L, Cordner E.G, Fox M.D, Eynaud Y., Michener R.H, Kaufman L.S, Sandin SA.  2019.  Foraging consistency of coral reef fishes across environmental gradients in the central Pacific. 191:433-445.
2018
Nickels C.F, Ohman MD.  2018.  CCEIII: Persistent functional relationships between copepod egg production rates and food concentration through anomalously warm conditions in the California Current Ecosystem. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 140:26-35.
Lewis L.S, Smith JE, Eynaud Y..  2018.  Comparative metabolic ecology of tropical herbivorous echinoids on a coral reef. Plos One. 13
Nickels C.F, Sala L.M, Ohman MD.  2018.  The morphology of euphausiid mandibles used to assess selective predation by blue whales in the southern sector of the California Current System. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 38:563-573.
McCauley D.J, Gellner G., Martinez N.D, Williams R.J, Sandin SA, Micheli F., Mumby P.J, McCann K.S.  2018.  On the prevalence and dynamics of inverted trophic pyramids and otherwise top-heavy communities. Ecology Letters. 21:439-454.
2017
Joyce T.W, Durban JW, Claridge D.E, Dunn C.A, Fearnbach H., Parsons K.M, Andrews RD, Ballance LT.  2017.  Physiological, morphological, and ecological tradeoffs influence vertical habitat use of deep-diving toothed-whales in the Bahamas. Plos One. 12
Zgliczynski B.J, Sandin SA.  2017.  Size-structural shifts reveal intensity of exploitation in coral reef fisheries. Ecological Indicators. 73:411-421.
2014
Taniguchi D.AA, Franks PJS, Poulin F.J.  2014.  Planktonic biomass size spectra: an emergent property of size-dependent physiological rates, food web dynamics, and nutrient regimes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 514:13-33.
Taniguchi D.AA, Landry MR, Franks PJS, Selph K.E.  2014.  Size-specific growth and grazing rates for picophytoplankton in coastal and oceanic regions of the eastern Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 509:87-101.
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