New to our collections are these recent publications.

Bell, Susan S., Michael L. Middlebrooks, and Margaret O. Hall. 2014. The value of long-term assessment of restoration: support from a seagrass investigation. Restoration Ecology 22(3):304-310.

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Crowley, Claire E., Ryan L. Gandy, Kendra L. Daly, and Edward S.Van Vleet. 2014. Problems associated with a lipofuscin extraction method used to age blue crabs Callinectes sapidus cultured in Florida, USA. Aquatic Biology 21:85-92.

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DeAngelo, Jacquelyn A., Philip W. Stevens, and David A. Blewett. 2014. Fish assemblages of shoal- and shoreline-associated seagrass beds in eastern Gulf of Mexico estuaries. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:1037-1048.

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Garrett, Matthew J., Cecilia Puchulutegui, Andrew I. Selwood, and Jennifer L. Wolny. 2014. Identification of the harmful dinoflagellate Vulcanodinium rugosum recovered from a ballast tank of a globally traveled ship in Port Tampa Bay, Florida, USA. Harmful Algae 39:202-209.

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Scyphers, Steven B., Sean P. Powers, J. Lad Akins, J. Marcus Drymon, Charles W. Martin, Zeb H. Schobernd, Pamela J. Schofield, Robert L. Shipp, and Theodore S. Switzer. 2014. The role of citizens in detecting and responding to a rapid marine invasion. Conservation Letters. 3 pp. doi: 10.1111/conl.12127.

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Simmons, Carrie M., Angela B. Collins and Rob Ruzicka. 2014. Distribution and diversity of coral habitat, fishes, and associated fisheries in U.S. waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Chapter 3 in: Stephen A Bortone, ed. Interrelationships between Corals and Fisheries. Pp. 19-37.

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