2011

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Publicações de 2011

Barboza CAM, de Moura RB, Lanna AM, Oackes T, Campos LS (2011). Echinoderms as Clues to Antarctic South American Connectivity. Oecologia Australis 15(1): 86-110.

Hammerschlag N, Gallagher AJ, Lazarre DM & Slomin C (2011). Range extension of the Endangered great hammerhead shark Sphyrna mokarran in the Northwest Atlantic: preliminary data and significance for conservation. Endang. Species Res. 13: 111-116.

Huettmann F (2011). Serving the Global Village through Public Data Sharing as a Mandatory Paradigm for Seabird Biologists and Managers: Why, What, How, and a Call for an Efficient Action Plan. The Open Ornithology Journal 4: 1-11.

Miloslavich P, Klein E, Díaz JM, Hernández CE, Bigatti G, et al. (2011) Marine Biodiversity in the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of South America: Knowledge and Gaps. PLoS ONE 6(1): e14631. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014631 (leia na PLoS One).

Rossberg AG, Farnsworth KD, Satoh K, Pinnegar JK (2011). Universal power-law diet partitioning by marine fish and squid with surprising stability–diversity implications. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278 (1712): 1617-1625.

Vandepitte L, Hernandez F, Claus S, Vanhoorne B, De Hauwere N, Deneudt K, Appeltans W and Mees J (2011). Analysing the content of the European Ocean Biogeographic Information System (EurOBIS): available data, limitations, prospects and a look at the future. Hydrobiologia 337, 1-14.

Wafar M, Venkataraman K, Ingole B, Ajmal Khan S, LokaBharathi P (2011) State of Knowledge of Coastal and Marine Biodiversity of Indian Ocean Countries. PLoS ONE 6(1): e14613. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014613 (leia na PLoS One).

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