These recent publications are new to our collections.

Ceriani SA, Weishampel JF, Ehrhart LM, Mansfield KL, Wunder MB. 2017. Foraging and recruitment hotspot dynamics for the largest Atlantic loggerhead turtle rookery.          Sci Rep. 7(16894).

Open Access External Website

Cox WA, Schwarzer A, Kiltie R, Paul A, Rachal M, Kent GM, Meyer KD, Lorenz JJ, Frezza PE, Rafferty H, Roebling S. 2017. Development of a survey protocol for monitoring reddish egrets (Egretta rufescens) in Florida, USA. Waterbirds. 40(4):334-343.

Open Access External Website 

Farmer AL, Enge KM, Jensen JB, Stevenson DJ, Smith LL. 2017 A range-wide assessment of the status and distribution of the striped newt (Notophthalmus perstriatus).     Herpetol Conserv Biol. 12(3):585–598.

Open Access External Website

Florida Climate Institute. Florida’s Climate: Changes, Variations, and Impacts. Printed by CreateSpace: Lorenzen K, Ainsworth CH, Baker SM, Barbieri LR, Camp EV, Dotson JR, Lester SE; 2017. Chapter 14, Climate change impacts on Florida’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors and options for adaptation; p. 427-455.

Open Access External Website

Florida Climate Institute. Florida’s Climate: Changes, Variations, and Impacts. Printed by CreateSpace: Stys B, Foster T, Fuentes MMPB, Glazer B, Karish K, Montero N, Reece JS; 2017. Chapter 12, Climate change impacts on Florida’s biodiversity and ecology; p.339-389.

Open Access External Website

Huston CA, Stevens PW, Blaxton RM, Tolley SG, Scharer RM, Tornwall BM, Poulakis GR. 2017. Diel movements of juvenile smalltooth sawfish: implications for defining the size of a nursery hotspot. Endanger Species Res. 34:311–322.

Open Access External Website

Lawson KM, Tuckett QM, Ritch JL, Nico LG, Fuller PL, Matheson RE, Gestring K, Hill JE. 2017. Distribution and status of five non-native fish species in the Tampa Bay drainage (USA), a hot spot for fish introductions. Bioinvasions Rec. 6(4):393-406.

Open Access External Website

Sharp WC, Delgado GA, Hart JE, Hunt JH. 2018. Comparing the behavior and morphology of wild-collected and hatchery-propagated long-spined urchins (Diadema antillarum): implications for coral reef ecosystem restoration. Bull. Mar. Sci. 94(1):Xx

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Truelove NK, Box SJ, Aiken KA, Blythe-Mallett A, Boman EM, Booker CJ, Byfield TT, Cox CE, Davis MH, Delgado GA, Glazer RA, et al. 2017. Isolation by oceanic distance and spatial genetic structure in an overharvested international fishery.                         Divers. Distrib. 23(11): 1292-1300.

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Atlantic stingrays can be found more than 200 miles up the St. Johns River and have been known to pup as far upstream as Lake Harney.

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