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DSDP leg 55-the cold war and a test of the Hawaiian hot spot hypothesis
Transport makes the difference
Helminth parasites of the southern sea otter Enhydra lutris nereis in central California
System of quasi-zonal jets off California revealed from satellite altimetry
Movements and population structure of humpback whales in the North Pacific
Copper complexation in the Northeast Pacific
Biomass and production of heterotrophic bacterioplankton in the oceanic subarctic Pacific
An in situ study of recruitment, growth and survival of subtidal marine algae
Statistical significance of sediment toxicity test results: Threshold values derived by the detectable significance approach
Deep-sea sedimentary processes in the Argentine Basin revealed by high-resolution seismic records (3.5 kHz echograms)
Acoustic monitoring of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in Massachusetts Bay
Vertex: Phytoplankton/iron studies in the Gulf of Alaska
Ozone depletion: Ultraviolet radiation and phytoplankton biology in Antarctic waters
Patterns of growth, energy utilization and reproduction in some meso- and bathypelagic fishes off Southern California
Growth rates, grazing, sinking, and iron limitation of equatorial Pacific phytoplankton
Dr. Michael Neushul
Tectonic and glacial related seafloor geomorphology as possible demersal shelf rockfish habitat surrogates-Examples along the Alaskan convergent transform plate boundary
What sharks can tell us about the evolution of MHC genes
Deepwater habitat and fish resources associated with the Big Creek Marine Ecological Reserve
Settlement, growth and reproduction of benthic algae within Macrocystis forests in California
Erratum to Functional significance of intramandibular bending in Poeciliid fishes
The validity of using morphological characteristics as predictors of age in the kelp, Pterygophora californica (Laminariales, Phaeophyta)
Radiometric age validation of Atlantic tarpon, Megalops atlanticus
Reply to "Robust estimates of decline for pelagic shark populations in the northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico"
Brittle star distribution patterns and population densities on the continental slope off central California (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea)

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