MEPS - Vol. 576 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2017 Inter-Research. Published August 03

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FEATURE ARTICLE
Bond ME, Valentin-Albanese J, Babcock EA, Abercrombie D, Lamb NF, Miranda A, Pikitch EK, Chapman DD
Abundance and size structure of a reef shark population within a marine reserve has remained stable for more than a decade
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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Mutshinda CM, Finkel ZV, Widdicombe CE, Irwin AJ
Phytoplankton traits from long-term oceanographic time-series
MEPS 576:11-25 | Full text in pdf format

Hill RW, Armstrong EJ, Florn AM, Li C, Walquist RW, Edward A
Abundant betaines in giant clams (Tridacnidae) and western Pacific reef corals, including study of coral betaine acclimatization
MEPS 576:27-41 | Full text in pdf format

Smallhorn-West PF, Bridge TCL, Munday PL, Jones GP
Habitat morphology constrains the depth distribution and growth rate of a coral-associated reef fish
MEPS 576:43-53 | Full text in pdf format

Brown CJ, Jupiter SD, Lin HY, Albert S, Klein C, Maina JM, Tulloch VJD, Wenger AS, Mumby PJ
Habitat change mediates the response of coral reef fish populations to terrestrial run-off
MEPS 576:55-68 | Full text in pdf format

Chiswell SM, Booth JD
Evolution of long larval life in the Australasian rock lobster Jasus edwardsii 
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Tardin RH, Chun Y, Simão SM, Alves MAS
Modeling habitat use by Bryde’s whale Balaenoptera edeni off southeastern Brazil
MEPS 576:89-103 | Full text in pdf format


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THEME SECTION

Response of nearshore ecosystems to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Editors: Charles H. Peterson, Sean Powers, Just Cebrian, Ken Heck

This Theme Section details the effects from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on several critical habitats and trophic levels within nearshore coastal ecosystems. The Theme Section represents an important study of the response of a nearshore ecosystem to an oil spill and the associated response and clean-up activities.

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Contents page
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Powers SP, Peterson CH, Cebrian J, Heck KL Jr
INTRODUCTION: Response of nearshore ecosystems to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
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Rouhani S, Baker MC, Steinhoff M, Zhang M, Oehrig J, Zelo IJ, Emsbo-Mattingly SD, Nixon Z, Willis JM, Hester MW
Nearshore exposure to Deepwater Horizon oil
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Martin CW
Avoidance of oil contaminated sediments by estuarine fishes
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Zengel S, Weaver J, Pennings SC, Silliman B, Deis DR, Montague CL, Rutherford N, Nixon Z, Zimmerman AR
Five years of Deepwater Horizon oil spill effects on marsh periwinkles Littoraria irrorata
MEPS 576:135-144 | Full text in pdf format

Kenworthy WJ, Cosentino-Manning N, Handley L, Wild M, Rouhani S
Seagrass response following exposure to Deepwater Horizon oil in the Chandeleur Islands, Louisiana (USA)
MEPS 576:145-161 | Full text in pdf format

Grabowski JH, Powers SP, Roman H, Rouhani S
Potential impacts of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on subtidal oysters in the Gulf of Mexico
MEPS 576:163-174 | Full text in pdf format

Powers SP, Grabowski JH, Roman H, Geggel A, Rouhani S, Oehrig J, Baker M
Consequences of large-scale salinity alteration during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on subtidal oyster populations
MEPS 576:175-187 | Full text in pdf format

Powers SP, Rouhani S, Baker MC, Roman H, Grabowski J, Scyphers SB, Willis JM, Hester MW
Ecosystem services are lost when facilitation between two ecosystem engineers is compromised by oil
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Michel J, Fegley SR, Dahlin JA, Wood C
Oil spill response-related injuries on sand beaches: when shoreline treatment extends the impacts beyond the oil
MEPS 576:203-218 | Full text in pdf format

Baker MC, Steinhoff MA, Fricano GF
Integrated effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on nearshore ecosystems
MEPS 576:219-234 | Full text in pdf format