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Bray, L. , Kassis, D. & Hall-Spencer, J. M. . Assessing larval connectivity for marine spatial planning in the Adriatic. Marine Environmental Research 125, 73 - 81 (2017).
Koné, V. , Lett, C. , Penven, P. , Bourlès, B. & Djakouré, S. . A biophysical model of S. aurita early life history in the northern Gulf of Guinea. Progress in Oceanography 151, 83–96 (2017).
Gouveia, M. B. , Gherardi, D. F. M. , Lentini, C. A. D. , Dias, D. F. & Campos, P. C. . Do the Brazilian sardine commercial landings respond to local ocean circulation?. PLoS ONE 12, (2017).
Frère, L. et al. Influence of environmental and anthropogenic factors on the composition, concentration and spatial distribution of microplastics: A case study of the Bay of Brest (Brittany, France). Environmental Pollution 225, 211 - 222 (2017).
Naisbett-Jones, L. C. , Putman, N. F. , Stephenson, J. F. , Ladak, S. & Young, K. A. . A Magnetic Map Leads Juvenile European Eels to the Gulf Stream. Current Biology 27, 1236–1240 (2017).
Espinasse, B. et al. Mechanisms regulating inter-annual variability in zooplankton advection over the Lofoten shelf, implications for cod larvae survival. Fisheries Oceanography 26, 299–315 (2017).
Palmas, F. , Olita, A. , Addis, P. , Sorgente, R. & Sabatini, A. . Modelling giant red shrimp larval dispersal in the Sardinian seas: density and connectivity scenarios. Fisheries Oceanography 26, 364–378 (2017).
Briscoe, D. K. et al. Active dispersal in loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) during the ‘lost years’. Proc. R. Soc. B 283, 20160690 (2016).
García-García, L. María, Ruiz-Villarreal, M. & Bernal, M. . A biophysical model for simulating early life stages of sardine in the Iberian Atlantic stock. Fisheries Research 173, Part 3, 250–272 (2016).
Hinckley, S. , Parada, C. , Horne, J. K. , Mazur, M. & Woillez, M. . Comparison of individual-based model output to data using a model of walleye pollock early life history in the Gulf of Alaska. Understanding Ecosystem Processes in the Gulf of Alaska: Volume 1 132, 240–262 (2016).
Thibaut, T. et al. Connectivity of Populations of the Seaweed Cystoseira amentacea within the Bay of Marseille (Mediterranean Sea): Genetic Structure and Hydrodynamic Connections. Cryptogamie, Algologie 37, 233–255 (2016).
Chérubin, L. Marcel & Garavelli, L. . Eastern Caribbean Circulation and Island Mass Effect on St. Croix, US Virgin Islands: A Mechanism for Relatively Consistent Recruitment Patterns. PloS One 11, e0150409 (2016).
Klouch, Z. K. et al. Heterogeneous distribution in sediments and dispersal in waters of Alexandrium minutum in a semi-enclosed coastal ecosystem. Harmful Algae 60, 81–91 (2016).
Garavelli, L. et al. Influence of biological factors on connectivity patterns for Concholepas concholepas (loco) in Chile. PLoS ONE 11, e0146418 (2016).
Espinasse, B. , Basedow, S. L. , Tverberg, V. , Hattermann, T. & Eiane, K. . A major Calanus finmarchicus overwintering population inside a deep fjord in northern Norway: implications for cod larvae recruitment success. Journal of Plankton Research 38, 604-609 (2016).
Parada, C. et al. Modeling connectivity of walleye pollock in the Gulf of Alaska: Are there any linkages to the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands?. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 132, 227 - 239 (2016).
Ruiz-Villarreal, M. , García-García, L. M. , Cobas, M. , Díaz, P. A. & Reguera, B. . Modelling the hydrodynamic conditions associated with Dinophysis blooms in Galicia (NW Spain). Harmful Algae 53, 40 - 52 (2016).
Downey-Breedt, Nj., Roberts, Mj., Sauer, Wh.h. & Chang, N. . Modelling transport of inshore and deep-spawned chokka squid (Loligo reynaudi) paralarvae off South Africa: the potential contribution of deep spawning to recruitment. Fisheries Oceanography 25, 28–43 (2016).
Endres, C. S. et al. Multi-Modal Homing in Sea Turtles: Modeling Dual Use of Geomagnetic and Chemical Cues in Island-Finding. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 19 (2016). doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2016.00019
Putman, N. F. , Lumpkin, R. , Sacco, A. E. & Mansfield, K. L. . Passive drift or active swimming in marine organisms?. Proc. R. Soc. B 283, 20161689 (2016).
Silberberger, M. J. , Renaud, P. E. , Espinasse, B. & Reiss, H. . Spatial and temporal structure of the meroplankton community in a sub-Arctic shelf system. Marine Ecology Progress Series 555, 79–93 (2016).
Christiansen, F. et al. Spatial variation in directional swimming enables juvenile sea turtles to reach and remain in productive waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series 557, 247–259 (2016).
Andrello, M. , Mouillot, D. , Somot, S. , Thuiller, W. & Manel, S. . Additive effects of climate change on connectivity between marine protected areas and larval supply to fished areas. Diversity and Distributions 21, 139–150 (2015).
Lett, C. , van der Lingen, C. D. , Loveday, B. R. & Moloney, C. L. . Biophysical models of larval dispersal in the Benguela Current ecosystem. African Journal of Marine Science 37, 457–465 (2015).
D’Agostini, A. , Gherardi, D. Francisco & Pezzi, L. Ponzi. Connectivity of Marine Protected Areas and Its Relation with Total Kinetic Energy. PLoS ONE 10, e0139601 (2015).