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Marine Biology

Marine Biology

236 Mass mortality of diadematoid sea urchins in the Red Sea and Western Indian Ocean

235 Mass mortality of diadematoid sea urchins in the Red Sea and Western Indian Ocean

234 Selective social interactions and speed-induced leadership in schooling fish

233 A diverse portfolio of marine protected areas can better advance global conservation and equity

232 Fishing for oil and meat drives irreversible defaunation of deepwater sharks and rays

231 Anchovy boom and bust linked to trophic shifts in larval diet

230 Seabirds boost coral reef resilience

229 Genomic signatures of disease resistance in endangered staghorn corals

228 Dinoflagellate vertical migration fuels an intense red tide.

227 Reef-building corals farm and feed on their photosynthetic symbionts.

226 Small-scale octopus fishery operations enable environmentally and socioeconomically sustainable sourcing of nutrients under climate change.

225 Terpene biosynthesis in marine sponge animals.

224 Increased dominance of heat-tolerant symbionts creates resilient coral reefs in near-term ocean warming.

223 Conservation successes and challenges for wide-ranging sharks and rays.

222 Seventy years of tunas, billfishes, and sharks as sentinels of global ocean health.

221 Sharks are the preferred scraping surface for large pelagic fishes: Possible implications for parasite removal and fitness in a changing ocean.

220 Sponges sneeze mucus to shed particulate waste from their seawater inlet pores.

219 Elongation enhances encounter rates between phytoplankton in turbulence.

218 Pollinators of the sea: A discovery of animal-mediated fertilization in seaweed.

217 The impact of paleoclimatic changes on body size evolution in marine fishes.

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