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Mills M, Nicol S, Wells JA, Lahoz-Monfort JJ, Wintle B, Bode M, Wardrop M, Walshe T, Probert WJM, Runge MC et al..  2014.  Minimizing the Cost of Keeping Options Open for Conservation in a Changing Climate. Conservation BiologyConservation Biology. 28:646-653.
Harborne A.R.  2013.  The ecology, behaviour and physiology of fishes on coral reef flats, and the potential impacts of climate change. Journal of Fish BiologyJournal of Fish Biology. 83:417-447.
White C.R, Green J.A, Martin G.R, Butler P.J, Gremillet D..  2013.  Energetic constraints may limit the capacity of visually guided predators to respond to Arctic warming. Journal of Zoology (London)Journal of Zoology (London). 289:119-126.
Ferrari R, Gonzalez-Rivero M, Ortiz JCarlos, Mumby PJ.  2012.  Interaction of herbivory and seasonality on the dynamics of Caribbean macroalgae. Coral ReefsCoral Reefs. 31:683-692.
Jaine FRA, Couturier LIE, Weeks SJ, Townsend KA, Bennett MB, Fiora K, Richardson AJ.  2012.  When Giants Turn Up: Sighting Trends, Environmental Influences and Habitat Use of the Manta Ray Manta alfredi at a Coral Reef. PLoS OnePLoS ONE. 7:e46170.
Hoegh-Guldberg O, Bruno JF.  2010.  The Impact of Climate Change on the World's Marine Ecosystems. Science (Washington D C)Science (Washington D C). 328:1523-1528.
Ainsworth T.D, Hoegh-Guldberg O..  2009.  Bacterial communities closely associated with coral tissues vary under experimental and natural reef conditions and thermal stress. Aquatic BiologyAquatic Biology. 4:289-296.
Game ET, Watts ME, Wooldridge S, Possingham HP.  2008.  Planning for persistence in marine reserves: A question of catastrophic importance. Ecological ApplicationsEcological Applications. 18:670-680.
Ayling BF, McGowan HA.  2006.  Niveo-eolian sediment deposits in coastal South Victoria Land, Antarctica: Indicators of regional variability in weather and climate. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine ResearchArctic Antarctic and Alpine Research. 38:313-324.
Booth DT, Freeman C.  2006.  Sand and nest temperatures and an estimate of hatchling sex ratio from the Heron Island green turtle (Chelonia mydas) rookery, Southern Great Barrier Reef. Coral ReefsCoral Reefs. 25:629-633.