MEPS - Vol. 335 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2007 Inter-Research. Published April 16


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FEATURE ARTICLE
Koehl MAR, Strother JA, Reidenbach MA, Koseff JR, Hadfield MG
Individual-based model of larval transport to coral reefs in turbulent, wave-driven flow: behavioral responses to dissolved settlement inducer
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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Martin S, Clavier J, Chauvaud L, Thouzeau G
Community metabolism in temperate maerl beds. I. Carbon and carbonate fluxes
MEPS 335:19-29 | Full text in pdf format

Martin S, Clavier J, Chauvaud L, Thouzeau G
Community metabolism in temperate maerl beds. II. Nutrient fluxes
MEPS 335:31-41 | Full text in pdf format

Guidetti P, Sala E
Community-wide effects of marine reserves in the Mediterranean Sea
MEPS 335:43-56 | Full text in pdf format

Wu Y, Platt T, Tang CCL, Sathyendranath S
Short-term changes in chlorophyll distribution in response to a moving storm: a modelling study
MEPS 335:57-68 | Full text in pdf format

Pringle JM, Wares JP
Going against the flow: maintenance of alongshore variation in allele frequency in a coastal ocean
MEPS 335:69-84 | Full text in pdf format

Williams B, Risk M, Stone R, Sinclair D, Ghaleb B
Oceanographic changes in the North Pacific Ocean over the past century recorded in deep-water gorgonian corals
MEPS 335:85-94 | Full text in pdf format

Lin HJ, Wu CY, Kao SJ, Kao WY, Meng PJ
Mapping anthropogenic nitrogen through point sources in coral reefs using d15N in macroalgae
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Tewfik A, Guichard F, McCann KS
Influence of acute and chronic disturbance on macrophyte landscape zonation
MEPS 335:111-121 | Full text in pdf format

Cardona L, Revelles M, Sales M, Aguilar A, Borrell A
Meadows of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica are a significant source of organic matter for adjoining ecosystems
MEPS 335:123-131 | Full text in pdf format

Esteban GF, Finlay BJ
Exceptional species richness of ciliated Protozoa in pristine intertidal rock pools
MEPS 335:133-141 | Full text in pdf format

Elkin C, Marshall DJ
Desperate larvae: influence of deferred costs and habitat requirements on habitat selection
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Ruiz O, Medina GR, Cohen RG, Amat F, Navarro JC
Diversity of the fatty acid composition of Artemia spp. cysts from Argentinean populations
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Aguzzi J, Company JB, Abelló P, García JA
Ontogenetic changes in vertical migratory rhythms of benthopelagic shrimps Pasiphaea multidentata and P. sivado
MEPS 335:167-174 | Full text in pdf format

Krautz MC, Castro LR, González M
Interaction of two key pelagic species in the Humboldt Current: euphausiid predation on anchoveta eggs estimated by immunoassays
MEPS 335:175-185 | Full text in pdf format

Wennhage H, Pihl L
From flatfish to sticklebacks: assemblage structure of epibenthic fauna in relation to macroalgal blooms
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Krafft BA, Kovacs KM, Lydersen C
Distribution of sex and age groups of ringed seals Pusa hispida in the fast-ice breeding habitat of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
MEPS 335:199-206 | Full text in pdf format

Doniol-Valcroze T, Berteaux D, Larouche P, Sears R
Influence of thermal fronts on habitat selection by four rorqual whale species in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
MEPS 335:207-216 | Full text in pdf format

Boersma PD, Rebstock GA, Stokes DL, Majluf P
Oceans apart: conservation models for two temperate penguin species shaped by the marine environment
MEPS 335:217-225 | Full text in pdf format

COMMENT

Miller MW, Baums IB, Williams DE
Visual discernment of sexual recruits is not feasible for Acropora palmata
MEPS 335:227-231 | Full text in pdf format

REPLY COMMENT

Grober-Dunsmore R, Bonito V, Frazer TK
Discernment of sexual recruits is not critical for assessing population recovery of Acropora palmata
MEPS 335:233-236 | Full text in pdf format

COMMENT

Baker AC, Romanski AM
Multiple symbiotic partnerships are common in scleractinian corals, but not in octocorals: Comment on Goulet (2006)
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REPLY COMMENT

Goulet TL
Most scleractinian corals and octocorals host a single symbiotic zooxanthella clade
MEPS 335:243-248 | Full text in pdf format

THEME SECTION

Disentangling the causes of maturation trends in exploited fish populations
Idea and coordination: Marshall CT, Browman HI

MEPS 335:249-310 | Complete Theme Section in pdf format (1,1 MB)

Marshall CT, Browman HI
Introduction
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Dieckmann U, Heino M
REVIEW: Probabilistic maturation reaction norms: their history, strengths, and limitations
MEPS 335:253-269 | Full text in pdf format

Law R
Fisheries-induced evolution: present status and future directions
MEPS 335:271-277 | Full text in pdf format

Wright PJ
Understanding the maturation process for field investigations of fisheries-induced evolution
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Thorpe JE
Maturation responses of salmonids to changing developmental opportunities
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Morita K, Fukuwaka M
Why age and size at maturity have changed in Pacific salmon
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Kraak SBM
Does the probabilistic maturation reaction norm approach disentangle phenotypic plasticity from genetic change?
MEPS 335:295-300 | Full text in pdf format

Marshall CT, McAdam BJ
Integrated perspectives on genetic and environmental effects on maturation can reduce potential for errors of inference
MEPS 335:301-310 | Full text in pdf format

Erratum
Neer et al., Vol. 329:211-223 (2007)
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