New to our collections are these recent publications.

 

Adimey, Nicole, Christine Hudak, Jessica Powell, Kim Bassos-Hull, Allen Foley, Nicholas Farmer, Linda White, and Karrie Minch. 2014. Fishery gear interactions from stranded bottlenose dolphins, Florida manatees and sea turtles in Florida, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin 81(1):103-115.

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Bakenhaster, Micah D., Susan Lowerre-Barbieri, Yasunari Kiryu, Sarah Walters, and Emma J. Fajer-Avila. 2013. Philometra floridensis (Nematoda: Philometridae) damages ovarian tissue without reducing host (Sciaenops ocellatus) fecundity. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 108(3):227-239.

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Enge, Kevin M., Nancy J. Douglass, Jeffery A. Gore, Julie A. Hovis, Kenneth D. Meyer, George E. Wallace, and Anna L. Farmer. 2014. Survey of rare vertebrates in the Fisheating Creek area, Glades Country, Florida. Florida Scientist 77(1):15-42.

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Greene, Daniel U. and Jeffery A. Gore. 2013. Coyote (Canis latrans) in the Florida Keys. Florida Field Naturalist 41(4):126-129.

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Martin, Julien, Holly H. Edwards, Florent Bled, Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Jérôme A. Dupuis, Beth Gardner, Stacie M. Koslovsky, Allen M. Aven, Leslie I. Ward-Geiger, Ruth H. Carmichael, Daniel E. Fagan, Monica A. Ross, and Thomas R. Reinert. 2014. Estimating upper bounds for occupancy and number of manatees in areas potentially affected by oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. PLOS ONE 9(3):e91683.

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Stacy, Brian, Allen Foley, Michael Garner, and Nancy Mette. 2013. Yolk embolism associated with trauma in vitellogenic sea turtles in Florida (USA): a review of 11 cases. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 44(4):1043-1048.

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Thomas, Travis M., Michael C. Granatosky, Jason R. Bourque, Kenneth L. Krysko, Paul E. Moler, Tony Gamble, Eric Suarez, Erin Leone, Kevin M. Enge, and Joe Roman. 2014. Taxonomic assessment of alligator snapping turtles (Chelydridae: Macrochelys), with the description of two new species from the southeastern United States. Zootaxa 3786(2):141-165.

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Uhrin, Amy, Thomas Matthews, and Cynthia Lewis. 2014. Lobster trap debris in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary: distribution, abundance, density, and patterns of accumulation. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 6(1):20-32.

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