Visual Acuity in a Species of Coral Reef Fish: Rhinecanthus aculeatus

Champ C., Wallis G., Vorobyev M., Siebeck U., Marshall J.  2014.  Visual Acuity in a Species of Coral Reef Fish: Rhinecanthus aculeatus. Brain Behavior and EvolutionBrain Behavior and Evolution. 83:31-42.

Conserving potential coral reef refuges at high latitudes

Beger M., Sommer B., Harrison P.L., Smith S.DA., Pandolfi J.M.  2014.  Conserving potential coral reef refuges at high latitudes. Diversity and DistributionsDiversity and Distributions. 20:245-257.

Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from a subtropical estuary (the Brisbane River estuary, Australia)

Musenze R.S., Werner U., Grinham A., Udy J., Yuan Z.  2014.  Methane and nitrous oxide emissions from a subtropical estuary (the Brisbane River estuary, Australia). Science of the Total EnvironmentScience of the Total Environment. 472:719-729.

On the Costs of Lag-1 Sparing

Dux PE., Wyble B., Jolicoeur P., Dell'Acqua R.  2014.  On the Costs of Lag-1 Sparing. Journal of Experimental Psychology Human Perception and PerformanceJournal of Experimental Psychology Human Perception and Performance. 40:416-428.

Transcriptome Analysis of the Scleractinian Coral Stylophora pistillata

Karako-Lampert S., Zoccola D., Salmon-Divon M., Katzenellenbogen M., Tambutté S., Bertucci A., Hoegh-Guldberg O., Deleury E., Allemand D., Levy O.  2014.  Transcriptome Analysis of the Scleractinian Coral Stylophora pistillata. Plos OnePLoS ONE. 9

Unprecedented wind erosion and perturbation of surface geochemistry marks the Anthropocene in Australia

Marx S.K., McGowan H.A., Kamber B.S., Knight J.M., Denholm J., Zawadzki A.  2014.  Unprecedented wind erosion and perturbation of surface geochemistry marks the Anthropocene in Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth SurfaceJournal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface. 119:45-61.

Conspicuous visual signals do not coevolve with increased body size in marine sea slugs

Cheney K.L., Cortesi F., How M.J., Wilson N.G., Blomberg S.P., Winters A.E., Umanzoer S., Marshall N.J.  2014.  Conspicuous visual signals do not coevolve with increased body size in marine sea slugs. Journal of Evolutionary BiologyJournal of Evolutionary Biology. 27:676-687.

Global Analysis of Anthropogenic Debris Ingestion by Sea Turtles

Schuyler Q., Hardesty BDenise., Wilcox C., Townsend K.  2014.  Global Analysis of Anthropogenic Debris Ingestion by Sea Turtles. Conservation BiologyConservation Biology. 28:129-139.

Vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to a loss of structural complexity

Rogers A., Blanchard JL., Mumby PJ.  2014.  Vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to a loss of structural complexity. Current BiologyCurrent Biology. 24:1000-1005.

Minimizing the Cost of Keeping Options Open for Conservation in a Changing Climate

Mills M., Nicol S., Wells JA., Lahoz-Monfort JJ., Wintle B., Bode M., Wardrop M., Walshe T., Probert WJM., Runge MC., Possingham HP., Madden EMcdonald.  2014.  Minimizing the Cost of Keeping Options Open for Conservation in a Changing Climate. Conservation BiologyConservation Biology. 28:646-653.

Effects of ocean warming and acidification on the energy budget of an excavating sponge

Fang JKH., Schoenberg CHL., Mello-Athayde MA., Hoegh-Guldberg O., Dove S.  2014.  Effects of ocean warming and acidification on the energy budget of an excavating sponge. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 20:1043-1054.

Implications of geometric plasticity for maximizing photosynthesis in branching corals

Kaniewska P., Anthony K.RN., Sampayo E.M., Campbell P.R., Hoegh-Guldberg O.  2014.  Implications of geometric plasticity for maximizing photosynthesis in branching corals. Marine Biology (Berlin)Marine Biology (Berlin). 161:313-328.

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