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PeerJ - Westbrook CE, Ringang RR, Cantero SMA, HDAR & TNC Urchin Team, Toonen RJ. (2015) Survivorship and feeding preferences among size classes of outplanted sea urchins, Tripneustes gratilla, and possible use as biocontrol for invasive alien algae. https://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1235
Privitera-Johnson, P.J., E.A. (Beth) Lenz, and P.J. Edmunds. 2015. Density-associated recruitment in octocoral communities in St. John, US Virgin Islands. 473: 103-109
Marine Fisheries Review - “Beluga, Delphinapterus leucas, Ethogram: A Tool for Cook Inlet Beluga Conservation?” By Marian (Merra) Howe, Manuel Castellote, Christopher Garner, Paul McKee, Robert J. Small, and Roderick Hobbs
Coral Reefs - “Long-term variation of octocoral populations in St. John, US Virgin Islands” By EA (Beth) Lenz, L Bramanti, HR Lasker, PJ Edmunds
Presentation Title: Juvenile fish habitats: integrating science, GIS, and local knowledge to inform community-based management in Hā‘ena, Kaua‘i.