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Population dynamics of juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus, within the Northwest Atlantic Ocean
The distribution, fate and application as tracers of quaternary ammonium compounds (QACs) in sewage impacted estuaries.
Ecology of QPX disease in the hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria
Submarine groundwater discharge as an integral environmental " currency" limiting population and development within the ecosphere of small islands.
Effects of ocean acidification combined with hypoxia, elevated temperature, or restricted food supply on early life stages of the forage fish Menidia beryllina, Menidia menidia, and Cyprinodon variegatus
Response of early life stage bivalves to diurnal changes in carbon dioxide and dissolved oxygen concentrations
Circulation and Transport Across the Iceland Faroes Shetland Ridge
Annual sedimentary extracellular enzyme activities in Great Peconic Bay -- From a two dimensional perspective
Modulation of Mesoscale Convective Systems by Environmental Kinematics and Thermodynamics
Effects of a Changing Ocean on Marine Gel Particles and Implications for Aggregation Processes and POC export
Characteristics of Aerosolized Ice Forming Marine Biogenic Particles
Material Properties of Zooplankton and Nekton from the California Current
Risk Measurement and Management in the Global Markets with the Tempered Stable Distributions
Understanding the Impacts of Changes in Water Inflow on the Fishes of Lake Turkana, Kenya
Effects of anthropogenic stressors on tropical sponge ecology
Dissolved Manganese in Bioturbated Marine Sediments: a Multi-Dimensional Characterization
Constraining Climate Model projections of Change in Clouds and their Radiative Feedback
Overwinter Survivorship and Relative Mortality of Young-of-the-Year Black Sea Bass (Centropristis striata) on the Northeast United States Continental Shelf Between 1967-2007
Using geochemical tracers and mathematical models to estimate sinking particle interaction rate constants
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