Discovery of a novel methanogen prevalent in thawing permafrost

Mondav R., Woodcroft B.J., Kim E.H., McCalley C.K., Hodgkins S.B., Crill P.M., Chanton J., Hurst G.B., VerBerkmoes N.C., Saleska S.R., Hugenholtz P., Rich V.I., Tyson G.W.  2014.  Discovery of a novel methanogen prevalent in thawing permafrost. Nature CommunicationsNature Communications. 5

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

Giles J.L., Ovenden J.R.,., AlMojil D., Garvilles E., Khampetch K.O., 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.

Global analysis of anthropogenic debris ingestion by sea turtles

Schuyler Q., Hardesty B.D., Wilcox C., Townsend K.  2014.  Global analysis of anthropogenic debris ingestion by sea turtles. Conservation BiologyConservation Biology. 28:129-139.

A comparative study: the impact of different lipid extraction methods on current microalgal lipid research

Li Y., Naghdi FGhasemi., Garg S., Adarme-Vega TCatalina., Thurecht KJ., Ghafor WAbdul., Tannock S., Schenk PM.  2014.  A comparative study: the impact of different lipid extraction methods on current microalgal lipid research. Microbial Cell FactoriesMicrobial Cell Factories. 13:14.

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

Day R.D., Tibbetts I.R., Secor S.M.  2014.  Physiological responses to short-term fasting among herbivorous, omnivorous, and carnivorous fishes. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental PhysiologyJournal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology. 184:497-512.

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.

Maps, laws and planning policy: Working with biophysical and spatial uncertainty in the case of sea level rise.

Bell J., Saunders MI., Leon JX., Mills M., Kythreotis A., Phinn S., Mumby PJ., Lovelock CE., Hoegh-Guldberg O., Morrison TH.  2014.  Maps, laws and planning policy: Working with biophysical and spatial uncertainty in the case of sea level rise.. Environmental Science & Policy. 44:247–257.

'Blue carbon' projects for the collective good

Lovelock CE., McAllister RRJ.  2013.  'Blue carbon' projects for the collective good. Carbon ManagementCarbon Management. 4:477-479.

Mid-Holocene sea-level and coral reef demise: U-Th dating of subfossil corals in Moreton Bay, Australia

Leonard ND., Welsh KJ., Zhao J-xin., Nothdurft LD., Webb GE., Major J., Feng Y., Price GJ.  2013.  Mid-Holocene sea-level and coral reef demise: U-Th dating of subfossil corals in Moreton Bay, Australia. HoloceneHolocene. 23:1841-1852.

Unusually High Levels of n-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Whale Sharks and Reef Manta Rays

Couturier L.IE., Rohner C.A., Richardson A.J., Pierce S.J., Marshall A.D., Jaine F.RA., Townsend K.A., Bennett M.B., Weeks S.J., Nichols P.D.  2013.  Unusually High Levels of n-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Whale Sharks and Reef Manta Rays. LipidsLipids. 48:1029-1034.

Source levels of social sounds in migrating humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae)

Dunlop RA., Cato DH., Noad MJ., Stokes DM.  2013.  Source levels of social sounds in migrating humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Journal of the Acoustical Society of AmericaJournal of the Acoustical Society of America. 134:706-714.

Conopeptide rho-TIA Defines a New Allosteric Site on the Extracellular Surface of the alpha(1B)-Adrenoceptor

Ragnarsson L., Wang C-IAnderso., Andersson A., Fajarningsih D., Monks T., Brust A., K. Rosengren J., Lewis RJ.  2013.  Conopeptide rho-TIA Defines a New Allosteric Site on the Extracellular Surface of the alpha(1B)-Adrenoceptor. Journal of Biological ChemistryJournal of Biological Chemistry. 288:1814-1827.

Transcriptomic Messiness in the Venom Duct of Conus miles Contributes to Conotoxin Diversity

Jin A.H., Dutertre S., Kaas Q., Lavergne V., Kubala P., Lewis R.J., Alewood P.F.  2013.  Transcriptomic Messiness in the Venom Duct of Conus miles Contributes to Conotoxin Diversity. Molecular & Cellular ProteomicsMolecular & Cellular Proteomics. 12:3824-3833.

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