These recent publications are new to our collections.

Allen, Camryn D., Michelle N. Robbins, Tomoharu Eguchi, David W. Owens, Anne B. Meylan, Peter A. Meylan, Nicholas M. Kellar, Jeffrey A. Schwenter, Hendrik H. Nollens, Robin A. LeRoux, Peter H. Dutton, and Jeffrey A. Seminoff. 2015. First assessment of the sex ratio for an east Pacific green sea turtle foraging aggregation: Validation and application of a testosterone ELISA. PLoSONE10(10):e0138861, 25 pp.  

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Gandy, Ryan, Charles Crawford, Claire Crowley, and David Chagaris. 2016. The effect of temperature on release mortality of declawed Menippe mercenariain the Florida stone crab fishery. Bulletin of Marine Science 92, 16pp. doi: 10.5343/bms.2015.1036.

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Goldsmith, Steven T., Ryan P. Moyer, and Russell J. Harmon. 2015. Hydrochemistry and biogeochemistry of tropical small mountain rivers. Applied Geochemistry 63:453-562.

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Moyer, Ryan P., Christina E. Powell, David J. Gordon, Jacqueline S. Long, and Chelsea M. Bliss. 2015. Abundance, distribution, and fluxes of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in four small sub-tropical rivers of the Tampa Bay Estuary (Florida,USA). Applied Geochemistry 63:550-562.

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Switzer, Theodore S., Sean F. Keenan, Phillip W. Stevens, Robert H. McMichael Jr., and Timothy C. MacDonald. 2015. Incorporating ecology into survey design: Monitoring the recruitment of age-0 gags in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:1132–1143.  

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