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START YEAR

1967

PUBLISHER

Springer Berlin Heidelberg

LANGUAGE

en

HOMEPAGE

https://link.springer.com/journal/227

Recent publications latest 20 shown

  • 2022-07-30 Recruitment of deep-water corals and sponges in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean: implications for habitat distribution and population connectivity
  • 2022-07-30 Effect of the El Niño 2015–16 on the assemblages of reef building sclerobionts in a coral reef from the eastern Pacific coast
  • 2022-07-28 Trophic ecology of northern gannets Morus bassanus highlights the extent of isotopic niche overlap with other apex predators within the Bay of Biscay
  • 2022-07-28 Rapid recovery of coral communities from a mass bleaching event in the summer of 2016, observed in Amitori Bay, Iriomote Island, Japan
  • 2022-07-28 Contrasting morphological and genetic patterns suggest cryptic speciation and phenotype–environment covariation within three benthic marine hydrozoans
  • 2022-07-15 First report of a sleeper shark (Somniosus sp.) in the western Caribbean, off the insular slope of a coral atoll
  • 2022-07-12 Massive presence of intact microalgal cells in the deep ocean near 5°N of the eastern Indian Ocean
  • 2022-07-12 Chemotactile social recognition in the blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa
  • 2022-07-07 Assessment of viability in coral oocytes: a biochemical approach to achieve reliable assays
  • 2022-07-07 Ask the shark: blackmouth catshark (Galeus melastomus) as a sentinel of plastic waste on the seabed
  • 2022-07-07 Variable responses to chronic and acute elevated temperature of three coral species from reefs with distinct thermal regimes
  • 2022-07-05 Aerial photogrammetry of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) in the Bay of La Paz, using an unoccupied aerial vehicle
  • 2022-07-05 The evolutionary history of Priolepis (Gobiidae) in the Atlantic ocean
  • 2022-06-30 Picophytoplankton phenology in the global ocean assessed by quantitative niche models
  • 2022-06-22 Occasional sexual reproduction significantly affects the population structure of the widespread, predominantly asexually reproducing marine worm Lineus sanguineus (Nemertea: Pilidiophora)
  • 2022-06-18 Revealing the foraging movements and diet of the White-faced Storm Petrel Pelagodroma marina in the NE Atlantic
  • 2022-06-14 Role of protozooplankton in the diet of North Sea autumn spawning herring (Clupea harengus) larvae
  • 2022-06-10 A review of how the biology of male sea turtles may help mitigate female-biased hatchling sex ratio skews in a warming climate
  • 2022-06-10 Species-specific tidal locomotion linked to a parasitic infection in sympatric sea snails
  • 2022-06-02 Territoriality constrains foraging activity and has carry-over effects on reproductive investment
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    Topical Collection: The Impact of Marine Plastic Debris on Life in the Sea
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