MEPS - Vol. 572 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2017 Inter-Research. Published May 31
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FEATURE ARTICLE
Mäkelä A, Witte U, Archambault P
Ice algae versus phytoplankton: resource utilization by Arctic deep sea macroinfauna revealed through isotope labelling experiments
MEPS 572:1-18 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Simo-Matchim AG, Gosselin M, Poulin M, Ardyna M, Lessard S
Summer and fall distribution of phytoplankton in relation to environmental variables in Labrador fjords, with special emphasis on Phaeocystis pouchetii
MEPS 572:19-42 | Full text in pdf format

Schulien JA, Peacock MB, Hayashi K, Raimondi P, Kudela RM
Phytoplankton and microbial abundance and bloom dynamics in the upwelling shadow of Monterey Bay, California, from 2006 to 2013
MEPS 572:43-56 | Full text in pdf format

Jungbluth MJ, Selph KE, Lenz PH, Goetze E
Species-specific grazing and significant trophic impacts by two species of copepod nauplii, Parvocalanus crassirostris and Bestiolina similis
MEPS 572:57-76 | Full text in pdf format

Barberá C, Mallol S, Vergés A, Cabanellas-Reboredo M, Díaz D, Goñi R
Maerl beds inside and outside a 25-year-old no-take area
MEPS 572:77-90 | Full text in pdf format

de los Santos CB, Godbold JA, Solan M
Short-term growth and biomechanical responses of the temperate seagrass Cymodocea nodosa to CO2 enrichment
MEPS 572:91-102 | Full text in pdf format

Strydom S, McMahon K, Kendrick GA, Statton J, Lavery PS
Seagrass Halophila ovalis is affected by light quality across different life history stages
MEPS 572:103-116 | Full text in pdf format

Kumala L, Riisgård HU, Canfield DE
Osculum dynamics and filtration activity in small single-osculum explants of the demosponge Halichondria panicea
MEPS 572:117-128 | Full text in pdf format

Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Bartels E, Burkepile DE
Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis
MEPS 572:129-139 | Full text in pdf format

De Paula AF, Fleury BG, Lages BG, Creed JC
Experimental evaluation of the effects of management of invasive corals on native communities
MEPS 572:141-154 | Full text in pdf format

Thyrring J, Tremblay R, Sejr MK
Importance of ice algae and pelagic phytoplankton as food sources revealed by fatty acid trophic markers in a keystone species (Mytilus trossulus) from the High Arctic
MEPS 572:155-164 | Full text in pdf format

Pechenik JA, Diederich CM, Chaparro OR, Montory JA, Paredes FJ, Franklin AM
Differences in resource allocation to reproduction across the intertidal−subtidal gradient for two suspension-feeding marine gastropods: Crepidula fornicata and Crepipatella peruviana
MEPS 572:165-178 | Full text in pdf format

Ramos JE, Ramos-Rodríguez A, Bazzino Ferreri G, Kurczyn JA, Rivas D, Salinas-Zavala CA
Characterization of the northernmost spawning habitat of Dosidicus gigas with implications for its northwards range extension
MEPS 572:179-192 | Full text in pdf format

Kauppi L, Norkko J, Ikonen J, Norkko A
Seasonal variability in ecosystem functions: quantifying the contribution of invasive species to nutrient cycling in coastal ecosystems
MEPS 572:193-207 | Full text in pdf format

Björnsson B, Burgos JM, Sólmundsson J, Ragnarsson SÁ, Jónsdóttir IG, Skúladóttir U
Effects of cod and haddock abundance on the distribution and abundance of northern shrimp
MEPS 572:209-221 | Full text in pdf format

Lee KA, Huveneers C, Duong T, Harcourt RG
The ocean has depth: two- versus three-dimensional space use estimators in a demersal reef fish
MEPS 572:223-241 | Full text in pdf format

Pratte I, Robertson GJ, Mallory ML
Four sympatrically nesting auks show clear resource segregation in their foraging environment
MEPS 572:243-254 | Full text in pdf format

Rice A, Deecke VB, Ford JKB, Pilkington JF, Oleson EM, Hildebrand JA, Širović A
Spatial and temporal occurrence of killer whale ecotypes off the outer coast of Washington State, USA
MEPS 572:255-268 | Full text in pdf format

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Giron-Nava A, James CC, Johnson AF, Dannecker D, Kolody B, Lee A, Nagarkar M, Pao GM, Ye H, Johns DG, Sugihara G
Quantitative argument for long-term ecological monitoring
MEPS 572:269-274 | Full text in pdf format