These recent publications are new to our collections.

Bronk, D.A., L. Killberg-Thoreson, R.E. Sipler, M.R. Mulholland, Q.N. Roberts, P.W. Bernhardt, M. Garrett, J.M. O’Neil, and C.A. Heil. Nitrogen uptake and regeneration (ammonium regeneration, nitrification and photoproduction) in waters of the West Florida Shelf prone to blooms of Karenia brevis. Harmful Algae 38:50-62.

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Ceriani, Simona A., James D. Roth, Christopher R. Sasso, Catherine M. McClellan, Michael C. James, Heather L. Haas, Ronald J. Smolowitz, Daniel R. Evans, David S. Addison, Dean A. Bagley, Llewellyn M. Ehrhart, and John F. 2014. Weishampel. Modeling and mapping isotopic patterns in the Northwest Atlantic derived from loggerhead sea turtles. Ecosphere 5(9): Article 122. 24 pp.

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Corcoran, Alina A., Bill Richardson, and Leanne J. Flewelling. 2014. Effects of nutrient-limiting supply ratios on toxin content of Karenia brevis grown in continuous culture. Harmful Algae 39:334-341.

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Edwards, Holly, Suzanne B.P. Stone, Ellen M. Hines, Nicole Auil Gomez, and Birgit E. Winning. Documenting manatee (Trichechus manatus manatus) presence at Turneffe Atoll, Belize, Central America and its conservation significance. Caribbean Journal of Science, 48(1):71-75.

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Hardy, Robert F., Anton D. Tucker, Allen M. Foley, Barbara A. Schroeder, Robin J. Giove, and Anne B. Meylan. Spatiotemporal occurrence of loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) on the West Florida Shelf and apparent overlap with a commercial fishery. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71:1-10.

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Heil, Cynthia A., L. Kellie Dixon, Emily Hall, Matthew Garrett, Jason M. Lenes, Judith M. O’Neil, Brianne M. Walsh, Deborah A. Bronk, Lynn Killberg-Thoreson, Gary L. Hitchcock, Kevin A. Meyer, Margaret R. Mulholland, Leo Procise, Gary J. Kirkpatrick, John J. Walsh, and Robert W. Weisberg. Blooms of Karenia brevis (Davis) G. Hansen & Ø. Moestrup on the West Florida Shelf: Nutrient sources and potential management strategies based on a multi-year regional study. Harmful Algae 38:127-140.  

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Heil, Cynthia A., Deborah A. Bronk, L. Kellie Dixon, Gary L. Hitchcock, Gary J. Kirkpatrick, Margaret R. Mulholland, Judith M. O’Neil, John J. Walsh, Robert Weisberg, and Matthew Garrett. The Gulf of Mexico ECOHAB:KareniaProgram 2006-2012. Harmful Algae 38:3-7.

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Killberg-Thoreson, Lynn, Rachel E. Sipler, Cynthia A. Heil, Matthew J. Garrett, Quinn N. Roberts, and Deborah A. Bronk. 2014. Nutrients released from decaying fish support microbial growth in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Harmful Algae 38:40-49.

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Landsberg, Jan H., Kathi A. Lefebvre, and Leanne J. Flewelling. 2014. Effects of toxic microalgae on marine organisms. In: G.P. Rossini, Ed. Toxins and Biologically Active Compounds from Microalgae. Volume 2. Biological Effects and Risk Management, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp.379-449.

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Meylan, Anne, Alejandro Arenas, Julio C. Zurita, Emma Harrison, Jennifer Gray, and Peter Meylan. 2014. Turtles tagged in developmental habitat in Bermuda nest in Mexico and Costa Rica. Marine Turtle Newsletter 141:15-17.

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Miller, Karl E., and Wesley E. Lanyon.  2014.  Great Crested Flycatcher (Myiarchus crinitus). The Birds of North America Online, A. Poole, Ed.

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Mulholland, M.R., P.W. Bernhardt, I. Ozmon, L.A. Procise, M. Garrett, J.M. O’Neil, C.A. Heil, and D.A. Bronk. Contribution of diazotrophy to nitrogen inputs supporting Karenia brevis blooms in the Gulf of Mexico. Harmful Algae 38:20-29. 

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