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2018 Publications

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    1. Barker BD, Horodysky AZ, Kerstetter DW. 2018. Hot or not? Comparative behavioral thermoregulation, critical temperature regimes, and thermal tolerances of the invasive lionfish Pterois sp versus native western North Atlantic reef fishes. Biological Invasions. 20(1):45-58.
    2. Bembe S, Zmora N, Williams E, Place AR, Liang D, Chung JS. 2018. Effects of temperature and photoperiod on hemolymph vitellogenin levels during spawning events of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, in captivity. Aquaculture Research. 49(6):2201-2209.
    3. Bond ME, Valentin-Albanese J, Babcock EA, Hussey NE, Heithaus MR, Chapman DD. 2018. The trophic ecology of caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) relative to other large teleost predators on an isolated coral atoll. Marine Biology. 165(4).
    4. Babcock EA, Tewfik A, Burns-Perez V. 2018. Fish community and single-species indicators provide evidence of unsustainable practices in a multi-gear reef fishery. Fisheries Research. 208:70-85.
    5. Cardenosa D, Fields AT, Babcock EA, Zhang HR, Feldheim K, Shea SKH, Fischer GA, Chapman DD. 2018. Cites-listed sharks remain among the top species in the contemporary fin trade. Conservation Letters. 11(4).
    6. Carlton JT, Chapman JW, Geller JB, Miller JA, Ruiz GM, Carlton DA, McCuller MI, Treneman NC, Steves BP, Breitenstein RA et al. 2018. Ecological and biological studies of ocean rafting: Japanese tsunami marine debris in North America and the Hawaiian Islands. Aquatic Invasions. 13(1):1-9.
    7. Chintapenta LK, Coyne KJ, Pappas* A, Lee K, Dixon C, Kalavacharla V, Ozbay G. 2018. Diversity of diatom communities in Delaware tidal wetland and their relationship to water quality. Frontiers in Environmental Science. 6.
    8. Fields AT, Fischer GA, Shea SKH, Zhang HR, Abercrombie DL, Feldheim KA, Babcock EA, Chapman DD. 2018. Species composition of the international shark fin trade assessed through a retail-market survey in Hong Kong. Conservation Biology. 32(2):376-389.
    9. Flowers EM, Johnson AF, Aguilar R, Schott EJ. 2018. Prevalence of the pathogenic crustacean virus Callinectes sapidus reovirus 1 near flow-through blue crab aquaculture in chesapeake bay, usa. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 129(2):135-144.
    10. Gruss A, Thorson JT, Babcock EA, Tarnecki JH. 2018. Producing distribution maps for informing ecosystem-based fisheries management using a comprehensive survey database and spatio-temporal models. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 75(1):158-177.
    11. Gruss A, Chagaris DD, Babcock EA, Tarnecki JH. 2018. Assisting ecosystem-based fisheries management efforts using a comprehensive survey database, a large environmental database, and generalized additive models. Marine and Coastal Fisheries. 10(1):40-70.
    12. Gruss A, Drexler MD, Ainsworth CH, Roberts JJ, Carmichael RH, Putman NF, Richards PM, Chancellor E, Babcock EA, Love MS. 2018. Improving the spatial allocation of marine mammal and sea turtle biomasses in spatially explicit ecosystem models. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 602:255-274.
    13. Gruss A, Perryman HA, Babcock EA, Sagarese SR, Thorson JT, Ainsworth CH, Anderson EJ, Brennan K, Campbell MD, Christman MC et al. 2018. Monitoring programs of the US Gulf of Mexico: Inventory, development and use of a large monitoring database to map fish and invertebrate spatial distributions. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 28(4):667-691.
    14. Hurst TP, Miller JA, Ferm N, Heintz RA, Farley EV. 2018. Spatial variation in potential and realized growth of juvenile pacific cod in the southeastern Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 590:171-185.
    15. Lewis NI, Wolny JL, Achenbach JC, Ellis L, Pitula JS, Rafuse C, Rosales* DS, McCarron P. 2018. Identification, growth and toxicity assessment of Coolia meunier (Dinophyceae) from Nova Scotia, Canada. Harmful Algae. 75:45-56.
    16. Lycett KA, Chung JS, Pitula JS. 2018. The relationship of blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) size class and molt stage to disease acquisition and intensity of Hematodinium perezi infections. Plos One. 13(2).
    17. Mayor ED, Chigbu P. 2018. Mysid shrimp dynamics in relation to abiotic and biotic factors in the coastal lagoons of Maryland, mid-west Atlantic, USA. Marine Biology Research. 14(6):621-636.
    18. Miller JA, Carlton JT, Chapman JW, Geller JB, Ruiz GM. 2018. Transoceanic dispersal of the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis on Japanese tsunami marine debris: An approach for evaluating rafting of a coastal species at sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 132:60-69.
    19. Miller JA, Gillman R, Carlton JT, Murray CC, Nelson JC, Otani M, Ruiz GM. 2018. Trait-based characterization of species transported on Japanese tsunami marine debris: Effect of prior invasion history on trait distribution. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 132:90-101.
    20. Morales-Nunez AG, Chigbu P. 2018. First record of ianiropsis cf. Serricaudis in maryland coastal bays, usa (crustacea, peracarida, janiridae). Zookeys. (747):115-139.
    21. Ogburn MB, Bangley CW, Aguilar R, Fisher RA, Curran MC, Webb SF, Hines AH. 2018. Migratory connectivity and philopatry of cownose rays Rhinoptera bonasus along the Atlantic coast, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 602:197-211.
    22. Oseji OF, Chigbu P, Oghenekaro E, Waguespack Y, Chen NH. 2018. Spatiotemporal patterns of phytoplankton composition and abundance in the Maryland Coastal Bays: The influence of freshwater discharge and anthropogenic activities. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 207:119-131.
    23. Roy S, Jagus R, Morse D. 2018. Translation and translational control in dinoflagellates. Microorganisms. 6(2).
    24. Schweitzer* CC, Lipcius RN, Stevens BG. 2018. Impacts of a multi-trap line on benthic habitat containing emergent epifauna within the Mid-Atlantic Bight. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 75(6):2202-2212.
    25. Ta N, Miller JA, Chapman JW, Pleus AE, Calvanese T, Miller-Morgan T, Burke J, Carlton JT. 2018. The western Pacific barred knifejaw, Oplegnathus fasciatus (Temminck & Schlegel, 1844) (Pisces: Oplegnathidae), arriving with tsunami debris on the Pacific coast of North America. Aquatic Invasions. 13(1):179-186.
    26. Wilson MT, Dougherty A, Matta ME, Mier KL, Miller JA. 2018. Otolith chemistry of juvenile walleye pollock Gadus chalcogrammus in relation to regional hydrography: Evidence of spatially split cohorts. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 588:163-178.


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