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Journal Of Coastal Research

Anthropogenic nitrogen contributes to water quality degradation, but it is difficult to distinguish sources once they are mixed in coastal ecosystems.

Plos One

We describe a model predicting the effects of low environmental oxygen on vital rates (egg production, somatic growth, and mortality) of the coastal planktonic copepod Acartia tonsa.

Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science

Long-term non-linear ecosystem-scale changes in water quality and biotic communities in coastal lagoons have been associated with intensification of anthropogenic pressures.

Global Ecology And Biogeography

Aim The distributions of many organisms are spatially autocorrelated, but it is unclear whether including spatial terms in species distribution models (SDMs) improves projections of species distributi

Marine Drugs

Forty four marine actinomycetes of the family Microccocaceae isolated from sponges collected primarily in Florida Keys (USA) were selected from our strain collection to be studied as new sources for t


This study examined the toxicity of six Gambierdiscus species (Gambierdiscus belizeanus, Gambierdiscus caribaeus, Gambierdiscus carolinianus, Gambierdiscus carpenteri, Gambierdiscus ribotype 2 and Gam

Diseases Of Aquatic Organisms

Hematodinium spp. infections have been reported from blue crabs Callinectes sapidus in high-salinity waters of the USA from New Jersey to Texas. Recently, H.

Sustainability Science

Climate change is predicted to have a range of impacts on Pacific Island ecosystems and the services they provide for current and future development.

Journal Of Plankton Research

Dormancy is a key life history trait of planktonic calanoid copepods in the genus Calanus.

Estuarine Coastal And Shelf Science

Temporal and spatial trends in sediment deposition rates and sediment character were examined in the Corsica River over a 5-year period.