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Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka M, Saba VS, Bellini C, Marcovaldi MAG, Santos AJB, Bortolon LFW, Meylan AB, Meylan PA, Gray J, Hardy R, Brost B, Bresette M, Gorham JC, Connett S, Van Sciver Crouchley B, Dawson M, Hayes D, Diez CE, van Dam RP, Willis S, Nava M, Hart KM, Cherkiss MS, Crowder AG, Pollock C, Hillis-Starr Z, Munoz Teneria, FA, Herrera-Pavon R, Labrada-Martagon V, Lorences A, Negrete-Philippe A, Lamont MM, Foley AM, Bailey R, Carthy RR, Scarpino R, McMichael E, Provancha JA, Brooks A, Jardim A, Lopez-Mendilaharsu M, Gonzalez-Paredes D, Estrades A, Fallabrino A, Martinez-Souza G, Velez-Rubio GM, Boulon Jr RH, Collazo JA, Wershoven R, Hernandez VG, Stringell TB, Sanghera A, Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Phillips Q, Calosso M, Claydon JAB, Metz TL, Gordon AL, Landry Jr AM, Shaver DJ, Blumenthal J, Collyer L, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Witt MJ, Campbell CL, Lagueux CJ, Bethel TL, Kenyon L. 2017. Ecological regime shift drives declining growth rates of sea turtles throughout the West Atlantic.  Glob Chang Biol. 00:1–13

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Bisping S, Thompson B. 2017. Importance of Canals for Florida Largemouth Bass: Lake Griffin, Florida. J Fish Wildl Manag. 8(1):59-68

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Boucek RE, Heithaus MR, Santos R, Stevens P, Rehage JS. 2017. Can animal use patterns influence their vulnerability to extreme climate events? An estuarine sportfish case study. Glob Chang Biol- in press

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Chandler HC, Stevenson DJ, Mays JD, Stegenga BS, Vaigneur WH, Moore MD. 2017. A new trap design for catching small emydid and kinosternid turtles.                     Herpetol. Rev. 48(2):323-327

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Crossin GT, Heupel MR, Holbrook CM, Hussey NE, Lowerre-Barbieri SK, Nguyen VM, Raby GD, Cooke SJ. 2017. Acoustic telemetry and fisheries management. Ecol Appl. xx:xxx

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Daly M, Crowley LM, Larson P, Rodriguez E, Saucier EH, Fautin DG. 2017. Anthopleura and the phylogeny of Actinioidea (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria). Org Divers Evol xx:xxx

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Farmer NA, Heyman WD, Karnauskas M, Kobara S, Smart TI, Ballenger JC, Reichert MJ, Wyanski DM, Tishler MS, Lindeman KC, Lowerre-Barbieri SK, Switzer TS, Solomon JJ, McCain K, Marhefka M, Sedberry GR. 2017. Timing and locations of reef fish spawning off the southeastern United States. PLoS ONE 12:e0172968

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Hill AN, Karniski C, Robbins J, Pitchford T, Todd S, Asmutis-Silvia R. 2017. Vessel collision injuries on live humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae, in the southern Gulf of Maine. Mar. Mamm. Sci. 33(2):558-573

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Humm JM, McCown JW, Scheick BK, Clark JD. 2017. Spatially explicit population estimates for black bears based on cluster sampling. J. Wildl. Manage. xx:xxx

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Karelus DL, McCown JW, Scheick BK, van de Kerk M, Bolker BM, Oli MK. 2017. Effects of environmental factors and landscape features on movement patterns of Florida black bears. J. Mammal.xx:xxx

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Larson P. 2017. Brooding Sea Anemones (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Actiniaria): paragons of diversity in mode, morphology, and maternity. Invertebr Biol. 136(1):92-112

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Murphy SM, Augustine BC, Ulrey WA, Guthrie JM, Scheick BK, McCown JW, Cox JJ. 2017. Consequences of severe habitat fragmentation on density, genetics, and spatial capture-recapture analysis of a small bear population. PLoS ONE- in press

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Ober HK, Braun de Torrez EC, McCleery RA, Bailey AM, Gore JA. 2017. Sexual dimorphism in the  endangered Florida bonneted bat, Eumops floridanus (Chiroptera: Molossidae). Fla. Sci. 80:38-48

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Poulakis GR, Urakawa H, Stevens PW, DeAngelo JA, Timmers AA, Grubbs RD, Fisk AT, Olin JA. 2017. Sympatric elasmobranchs and fecal samples provide insight into the trophic ecology of the smalltooth sawfish. Endang Species Res. 32:491-506

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Seyoum S, McBride RS, Puchutulegui C, Dutka-Gianelli J, Alvarez AC, Panzner K. 2017. Genetic population structure of sheepshead, Archosargus probatocephalus (Sparidae), a coastal marine fish off the southeastern United States: multiple population clusters based on species-specific microsatellite markers. Bull Mar Sci. 93(3):691-713

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