MEPS - Vol. 558 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2016 Inter-Research. Published October 25

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FEATURE ARTICLE
Clark HR, Gobler CJ
Diurnal fluctuations in CO2 and dissolved oxygen concentrations do not provide a refuge from hypoxia and acidification for early-life-stage bivalves
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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Kiørboe T
Foraging mode and prey size spectra of suspension-feeding copepods and other zooplankton
MEPS 558:15-20 | Full text in pdf format

Banas NS, Campbell RG
Traits controlling body size in copepods: separating general constraints from species-specific strategies
MEPS 558:21-33 | Full text in pdf format

Miller CA, Waldbusser GG
A post-larval stage-based model of hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria development in response to multiple stressors: temperature and acidification severity
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Tagliarolo M, Montalto V, Sarà G, Lathlean JA, McQuaid CD
Low temperature trumps high food availability to determine the distribution of intertidal mussels Perna perna in South Africa
MEPS 558:51-63 | Full text in pdf format

Bradley CJ, Longenecker K, Pyle RL, Popp BN
Compound-specific isotopic analysis of amino acids reveals dietary changes in mesophotic coral-reef fish
MEPS 558:65-79 | Full text in pdf format

Gardiner NM, Jones GP
Habitat specialisation, site fidelity and sociality predict homing success in coral reef cardinalfish
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Danielsen NST, Hedeholm RB, Grønkjær P
Seasonal changes in diet and lipid content of northern sand lance Ammodytes dubius on Fyllas Bank, West Greenland
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Guinand B, Chauvel C, Lechene M, Tournois J, Tsigenopoulos CS, Darnaude AM, McKenzie DJ, Gagnaire PA
Candidate gene variation in gilthead sea bream reveals complex spatiotemporal selection patterns between marine and lagoon habitats
MEPS 558:115-127 | Full text in pdf format

Biggs CR, Nemeth RS
Spatial and temporal movement patterns of two snapper species at a multi-species spawning aggregation
MEPS 558:129-142 | Full text in pdf format

Ransom JT, Filbrun JE, Hernandez FJ Jr
Condition of larval Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus maculatus in relation to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
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Alós J, Tomas F, Terrados J, Verbruggen H, Ballesteros E
NOTE: Fast-spreading green beds of recently introduced Halimeda incrassata invade Mallorca island (NW Mediterranean Sea)
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THEME SECTION

Invasion of Atlantic coastal ecosystems by Pacific lionfish
Editors: Mark Hixon, Stephanie Green, Mark Albins, Ivan Nagelkerken, Tim McClanahan, Charles Birkeland

This Theme Section focuses on understanding the ecological effects of the devastating marine invasion of Atlantic coastal ecosystems by Pacific lionfish (Pterois volitans/miles), reasons why lionfish are such successful invaders, and practical means of managing the invasion.

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Complete Theme Section in pdf format

Contents page
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Hixon MA, Green SJ, Albins MA, Akins JL, Morris JA Jr
INTRODUCTION: Lionfish: a major marine invasion
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Stevens JL, Jackson RL, Olson JB
Bacteria associated with lionfish (Pterois volitans/miles complex) exhibit antibacterial activity against known fish pathogens
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Harms-Tuohy CA, Schizas NV, Appeldoorn RS
Use of DNA metabarcoding for stomach content analysis in the invasive lionfish Pterois volitans in Puerto Rico
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Eddy C, Pitt J, Morris JA Jr, Smith S, Goodbody-Gringley G, Bernal D
Diet of invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans and P. miles) in Bermuda
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Dahl KA, Patterson WF III, Snyder RA
Experimental assessment of lionfish removals to mitigate reef fish community shifts on northern Gulf of Mexico artificial reefs
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Palmer G, Hogan JD, Sterba-Boatwright BD, Overath RD
Invasive lionfish Pterois volitans reduce the density but not the genetic diversity of a native reef fish
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Ingeman KE
Lionfish cause increased mortality rates and drive local extirpation of native prey
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Kindinger TL, Anderson ER
NOTE: Preferences of invasive lionfish and native grouper between congeneric prey fishes
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Benkwitt CE
Invasive lionfish increase activity and foraging movements at greater local densities
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Ellis RD, Faletti ME
Native grouper indirectly ameliorates the negative effects of invasive lionfish
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