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Post-settlement Life Cycle Migration Patterns and Habitat Preference of Coral Reef Fish That Use Seagrass and Mangrove Habitats as Nurseries
Ontogenetic dietary changes of coral reef fishes in the mangrove-seagrass-reef continuum: Stable isotopes and gut-content analysis
Redescription and first record of Cymbasoma boxshalli and Monstrilla inserta (Copepoda: Monstrilloida) from Curacao, eastern Caribbean Sea.
Sponge/coral interactions in Caribbean reefs: Analysis of overgrowth patterns in relation to species identity and cover
Importance of shallow-water biotopes of a Caribbean bay for juvenile coral reef fishes: patterns in biotope association, community structure and spatial distribution
Colony size-frequency distributions of scleractinian coral populations: spatial and interspecific variation
Factors influencing the short-term variation in phytoplankton composition and biomass in coral reef waters
How are coral populations structured by light? Marine light regimes and the distribution of Madracis
How important are mangroves and seagrass beds for coral-reef fish? The nursery hypothesis tested on an island scale
Partitioning of Bacterial Communities between Seawater and Healthy, Black Band Diseased, and Dead Coral Surfaces
Linkage of small-scale spatial variations in DOC, inorganic nutrients and bacterioplankton growth with different coral reef water types
Dependence of Caribbean reef fishes on mangroves and seagrass beds as nursery habitats: A comparison of fish faunas between bays with and without mangroves/seagrass beds.
Day-night shifts of fishes between shallow-water biotopes of a Caribbean bay, with emphasis on the nocturnal feeding of Haemulidae and Lutjanidae.
Molecular genetic evidence for probable reticulate speciation in the coral genus Madracis from a Caribbean fringing reef slope.