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MEPS - Vol. 656 - Table of contents

MEPS - Vol. 656 - Table of contents

Mar Ecol Prog Ser (Print ISSN: 0171-8630; Online ISSN: 1616-1599)
Copyright © 2020 Inter-Research. Published December 10
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Beukema JJ, Dekker R
Half a century of monitoring macrobenthic animals on tidal flats in the Dutch Wadden Sea
MEPS 656:1-18 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format


Marki A, Fischer R, Browning TJ, Louropoulou E, Ptacnik R, Gledhill M
Stoichiometry of Fe, Mn and Co in the marine diazotroph Crocosphaera subtropica ATCC51142 in Fe- and P-limited continuous cultures
MEPS 656:19-33 | Full text in pdf format

Lu Y, Lucas CH, Loveridge A
Transgenerational acclimation influences asexual reproduction in Aurelia aurita jellyfish polyps in response to temperature
MEPS 656:35-50 | Full text in pdf format

Gibbs M, Scanes E, Parker L, Byrne M, O’Connor W, Virtue P, Ross P
Larval energetics of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata and Pacific oyster Magallana gigas
MEPS 656:51-64 | Full text in pdf format

Frost M, Neat FC, Stirling D, Bendall V, Noble LR, Jones CS
Distribution and thermal niche of the common skate species complex in the north-east Atlantic
MEPS 656:65-74 | Full text in pdf format

Depot KM, Scopel LC, Kress SW, Shannon P, Diamond AW, Elliott KH
Atlantic puffin diet reflects haddock and redfish abundance in the Gulf of Maine
MEPS 656:75-87 | Full text in pdf format

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The ecology of temperate reefs in a changing world
Organizer: Bayden D. Russell
Editors: Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi, Yun-wei Dong, Laura J. Falkenberg, Bayden D. Russell, Myron A. Peck

This Theme Section assembles original research articles highlighting recent advances in the study of the ecology of temperate reefs. Contributions cover a wide range of topics from the functioning of natural systems, to the effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances, current efforts to enhance the function of urbanised shores, and experimental assessments of how these systems may change under future ocean heating and acidification. Papers span all levels of biological organisation, from individual physiology to ecosystem function ecology, and spatial scales, from populations to landscape ecology.

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Russell BD
INTRODUCTION: The ecology of temperate reefs in a changing world
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Bordeyne F, Migné A, Plus M, Davoult D
Modelling the annual primary production of an intertidal brown algal community based on in situ measurements
MEPS 656:95-107 | Full text in pdf format

de Bettignies F, Dauby P, Lepoint G, Riera P, Bocher E, Bohner O, Broudin C, Houbin C, Leroux C, Loisel S, Davoult D
Temporal succession of a macrofaunal community associated with kelp fragment accumulations in an in situ experiment
MEPS 656:109-121 | Full text in pdf format

Suzuki H, Kubo Y, Inomata E, Agatsuma Y, Aoki MN
Effects of herbivorous gastropod grazing on the sedimentation and succession of subtidal macroalgal assemblages
MEPS 656:123-138 | Full text in pdf format

Eger AM, Baum JK
Trophic cascades and connectivity in coastal benthic marine ecosystems: a meta-analysis of experimental and observational research
MEPS 656:139-152 | Full text in pdf format

Gerrity S, Alestra T, Fischman HS, Schiel DR
Earthquake effects on abalone habitats and populations in southern New Zealand
MEPS 656:153-161 | Full text in pdf format

Norderhaug KM, Filbee-Dexter K, Freitas C, Birkely SR, Christensen L, Mellerud I, Thormar J, van Son T, Moy F, Vázquez Alonso M, Steen H
Ecosystem-level effects of large-scale disturbance in kelp forests
MEPS 656:163-180 | Full text in pdf format

Taira D, Heery EC, Loke LHL, Teo A, Bauman AG, Todd PA
Ecological engineering across organismal scales: trophic-mediated positive effects of microhabitat enhancement on fishes
MEPS 656:181-192 | Full text in pdf format

Hsiung AR, Tan WT, Loke LHL, Firth LB, Heery EC, Ducker J, Clark V, Pek YS, Birch WR, Ang ACF, Hartanto RS, Chai TMF, Todd PA
Little evidence that lowering the pH of concrete supports greater biodiversity on tropical and temperate seawalls
MEPS 656:193-205 | Full text in pdf format

Oróstica MH, Hawkins SJ, Broitman BR, Jenkins SR
Performance of a warm-water limpet species towards its poleward range edge compared to a colder-water congener
MEPS 656:207-225 | Full text in pdf format

Mulders YR, Wernberg T
Fifteen years in a global warming hotspot: changes in subtidal mobile invertebrate communities
MEPS 656:227-238 | Full text in pdf format

Minuti JJ, Russell BD
Functionally redundant herbivores: urchin and gastropod grazers respond differently to ocean warming and rising CO2
MEPS 656:239-251 | Full text in pdf format