These recent publications are new to our collections.

Bangma JT, Reiner JL, Lowers RH, Cantu TM, Scott J, Korte JE, Scheidt DM, McDonough C, Tucker J, Back B, Adams DH, Bowden JA. 2018. Perfluorinated alkyl acids and fecundity assessment in striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. Sci Total Environ. 619–620:740–747.

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Decker DJ, Organ JF, Forstchen AB, Jacobson CA, Siemer WF, Smith CA, Lederle PE, Schiavone MV. 2017. Wildlife governance in the 21st century - will sustainable use endure? Wildl Soc Bull. 41(4):821-826.

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Feldheim KA, Fields AT, Chapman DD, Scharer RM, Poulakis GR. 2017. Insights into reproduction and behavior of the smalltooth sawfish Pristis pectinata. Endang Species Res. 34:463-471.

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Hare D, Forstchen AB, Smith CA, Decker DJ. 2017. Developing governance principles for public natural resources. Soc Nat Resour. XX:XX.

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Harris SN, Wagner LM, Hewett Ragheb EL, Miller KA.  2016. Infanticide in a Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus). Wilson J Ornithol. 128(4):918-920.

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Munyandorero J. 2018. Embracing uncertainty, continual spawning, estimation of the stock-recruit steepness, and size-limit designs with length-based per-recruit analyses for African tropical fisheries. Fish Res. 199:137-157. 

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Pratt Jr HL, Pratt TC, Morley D, Lowerre-Barbieri S, Collins A, Carrier JC, Hart KM, Whitney. 2018. Partial migration of the nurse shark, Ginglymostoma cirratum (Bonnaterre), from the Dry Tortugas Island. Environ Biol Fish. XX:XX.

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Rumbold DG, Lange TR, Richard D, DelPizzo G, Hass N. 2017. Mercury biomagnification through food webs along a salinity gradient down-estuary from a biological hotspot. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci. 200:116-125.

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Rumbold DG, Miller KE, Dellinger TA, Haas N. 2017. Mercury concentrations in feathers of adult and nestling osprey (Pandion haliaetus) from coastal and freshwater environments of Florida. Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. 72(1):31-38. 

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Seyoum S, McBride RS, Tringali MD, Villanova VL, Puchulutegui C, Gray S, Van Bibber N. 2018. Genetic population structure of the spotted seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus): simultaneous examination of the mtDNA control region and microsatellite marker results. Bull Mar Sci. 94(1):47–71.

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