Physiological responses to short-term fasting among herbivorous, omnivorous, and carnivorous fishes

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Ensuring survival: Oceans, climate and security

de Suarez J.M., Cicin-Sain B., Wowk K., Payet R., Hoegh-Guldberg O.  2014.  Ensuring survival: Oceans, climate and security. Ocean & Coastal ManagementOcean & Coastal Management. 90:27-37.

Geographical surrogates of genetic variation for selecting island populations for conservation

Ponce-Reyes R., Clegg SM., Carvalho SB., McDonald-Madden E., Possingham HP.  2014.  Geographical surrogates of genetic variation for selecting island populations for conservation. Diversity and DistributionsDiversity and Distributions. 20:640-651.

A Different Form of Color Vision in Mantis Shrimp

Thoen HH., How MJ., Chiou T-H., Marshall J.  2014.  A Different Form of Color Vision in Mantis Shrimp. Science (Washington D C)Science (Washington D C). 343:411-413.

Dangerous jellyfish blooms are predictable

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High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs

Micheli F., Mumby P.J., Brumbaugh D.R., Broad K., Dahlgren C.P., Harborne A.R., Holmes K.E., Kappel C.V., Litvin S.Y., Sanchirico J.N.  2014.  High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs. Biological ConservationBiological Conservation. 171:186-194.

Cost-effective river rehabilitation planning: Optimizing for morphological benefits at large spatial scales

Langhans S.D., Hermoso V., Linke S., Bunn S.E., Possingham H.P.  2014.  Cost-effective river rehabilitation planning: Optimizing for morphological benefits at large spatial scales. Journal of Environmental ManagementJournal of Environmental Management. 132:296-303.

Physiological responses to short-term fasting among herbivorous, omnivorous, and carnivorous fishes

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A new species of Burkholderia isolated from sugarcane roots promotes plant growth

Paungfoo-Lonhienne C., Lonhienne TGA., Yeoh YKit., Webb RI., Lakshmanan P., Chan CXin., Lim P-E., Ragan MA., Schmidt S., Hugenholtz P.  2014.  A new species of Burkholderia isolated from sugarcane roots promotes plant growth. Microbial BiotechnologyMicrobial Biotechnology. 7:142-154.

Evolution of separate predation- and defence-evoked venoms in carnivorous cone snails

Dutertre S., Jin A.H., Vetter I., Hamilton B., Sunagar K., Lavergne V., Dutertre V., Fry B.G., Antunes A., Venter D.J., Alewood P.F., Lewis R.J.  2014.  Evolution of separate predation- and defence-evoked venoms in carnivorous cone snails. Nature CommunicationsNature Communications. 5

A Different Form of Color Vision in Mantis Shrimp

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Tropical Marginal Seas: Priority Regions for Managing Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function

McKinnon A.D., Williams A., Young J., Ceccarelli D., Dunstan P., Brewin R.JW., Watson R., Brinkman R., Cappo M., Duggan S., Kelley R., Ridgway K., Lindsay D., Gledhill D., Hutton T., Richardson A.J.  2014.  Tropical Marginal Seas: Priority Regions for Managing Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function. Annual Review of Marine Science, Vol 6. 6:415-437.

Extensive genetic population structure in the Indo-West Pacific spot-tail shark, <i>Carcharhinus sorrah</i>

Giles J.L., Ovenden J.R.,., Garvilles E., Khampetch K., Manjebrayakath H., Riginos C.  2014.  Extensive genetic population structure in the Indo-West Pacific spot-tail shark, Carcharhinus sorrah. Bulletin of Marine ScienceBulletin of Marine Science. 90:427-454.

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