MEPS - Vol. 569 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2017 Inter-Research. Published April 07

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FEATURE ARTICLE
Chen L, Li C
Different tolerances of jellyfish ephyrae (Aurelia sp. 1) and fish larvae (Paralichthys olivaceus) to nutrient limitations
MEPS 569:1-13 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Martins GM, Matias MG, Moniz I, Rius C, Sanderson J, Neto AI, Jenkins SR
Post-settlement dispersal ability determines structure of marine benthic metacommunities
MEPS 569:15-23 | Full text in pdf format

Lunt J, Reustle J, Smee DL
Wave energy and flow reduce the abundance and size of benthic species on oyster reefs
MEPS 569:25-36 | Full text in pdf format

Suprenand PM, Ainsworth CH
Trophodynamic effects of climate change-induced alterations to primary production along the western Antarctic Peninsula
MEPS 569:37-54 | Full text in pdf format

Proffitt CE
Phytoplankton biomass in a subtropical estuary: drivers, blooms, and ecological functions assessed over space and time using structural equation modeling
MEPS 569:55-75 | Full text in pdf format

Pogorzelec NM, Mundy CJ, Findlay CR, Campbell K, Diaz A, Ehn JK, Rysgaard S, Gough KM
FTIR imaging analysis of cell content in sea-ice diatom taxa during a spring bloom in the lower Northwest Passage of the Canadian Arctic
MEPS 569:77-88 | Full text in pdf format

Franzè G, Lavrentyev PJ
Microbial food web structure and dynamics across a natural temperature gradient in a productive polar shelf system
MEPS 569:89-102 | Full text in pdf format

Colomer J, Soler M, Serra T, Casamitjana X, Oldham C
Impact of anthropogenically created canopy gaps on wave attenuation in a Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadow
MEPS 569:103-116 | Full text in pdf format

Fan TY, Hsieh YC, Lin KH, Kuo FW, Soong K, McRae CJ, Edmunds PJ, Fang LS
Plasticity in lunar timing of larval release of two brooding pocilloporid corals in an internal tide-induced upwelling reef
MEPS 569:117-127 | Full text in pdf format

Kennedy EV, Ordoñez A, Lewis BE, Diaz-Pulido G
Comparison of recruitment tile materials for monitoring coralline algae responses to a changing climate
MEPS 569:129-144 | Full text in pdf format

Gladstone-Gallagher RV, Needham HR, Lohrer AM, Lundquist CJ, Pilditch CA
Site-dependent effects of bioturbator−detritus interactions alter soft-sediment ecosystem function
MEPS 569:145-161 | Full text in pdf format

Tuttle LJ
Direct and indirect effects of invasive lionfish on coral-reef cleaning mutualists
MEPS 569:163-172 | Full text in pdf format

Saunders RA, Collins MA, Stowasser G, Tarling GA
Southern Ocean mesopelagic fish communities in the Scotia Sea are sustained by mass immigration
MEPS 569:173-185 | Full text in pdf format

McInnes AM, Ryan PG, Lacerda M, Deshayes J, Goschen WS, Pichegru L
Small pelagic fish responses to fine-scale oceanographic conditions: implications for the endangered African penguin
MEPS 569:187-203 | Full text in pdf format

Patino-Martinez J, Godley BJ, Quiñones L, Marco A
Impact of tropical forest logging on the reproductive success of leatherback turtles
MEPS 569:205-214 | Full text in pdf format

Patrício AR, Formia A, Barbosa C, Broderick AC, Bruford M, Carreras C, Catry P, Ciofi C, Regalla A, Godley BJ
Dispersal of green turtles from Africa’s largest rookery assessed through genetic markers
MEPS 569:215-225 | Full text in pdf format

Gihwala KN, Pillay D, Varughese M
Differential impacts of foraging plasticity by greater flamingo Phoenicopterus roseus on intertidal soft sediments
MEPS 569:227-242 | Full text in pdf format

Fayet AL, Shoji A, Freeman R, Perrins CM, Guilford T
Within-pair similarity in migration route and female winter foraging effort predict pair breeding performance in a monogamous seabird
MEPS 569:243-252 | Full text in pdf format

Zanardo N, Parra GJ, Passadore C, Möller LM
Ensemble modelling of southern Australian bottlenose dolphin Tursiops sp. distribution reveals important habitats and their potential ecological function
MEPS 569:253-266 | Full text in pdf format