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2019
Schmidt, N. et al. The Amazon River: A major source of organic plastic additives to the Tropical North Atlantic?. Environmental Science & Technology 53, 7513–7521 (2019).
Atwood, E. C. et al. Coastal accumulation of microplastic particles emitted from the Po River, Northern Italy: Comparing remote sensing and hydrodynamic modelling with in situ sample collections. Marine Pollution Bulletin 138, 561 - 574 (2019).
Ismail, M. Furqon Azi & Ribbe, J. . On the cross-shelf exchange driven by frontal eddies along a western boundary current during austral winter 2007. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 227, 106314 (2019).
Lopes, C. L. et al. Development of physical modelling tools in support of risk scenarios: A new framework focused on deep-sea mining. Science of The Total Environment 650, 2294 - 2306 (2019).
Gamoyo, M. , Obura, D. & Reason, C. J. C. . Estimating Connectivity Through Larval Dispersal in the Western Indian Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124, 2446-2459 (2019).
Porobic, J. et al. The impact of fishing on a highly vulnerable ecosystem, the case of Juan Fernández Ridge ecosystem. PLOS ONE 14, e0212485 (2019).
Blanco, M. , Ospina-Álvarez, A. , Navarrete, S. A. & Fernández, M. . Influence of larval traits on dispersal and connectivity patterns of two exploited marine invertebrates in central Chile. Marine Ecology Progress Series 612, 43–64 (2019).
Flores-Valiente, J. et al. Larval supply of Peruvian scallop to the marine reserve of Lobos de Tierra Island: A modeling approach. Journal of Sea Research 144, 142-155 (2019).
Endo, C. Akemi Kaji, Gherardi, D. Francisco, Pezzi, L. Ponzi & Lima, L. Nascimento. Low connectivity compromises the conservation of reef fishes by marine protected areas in the tropical South Atlantic. Scientific Reports 9, 8634 (2019).
Collins, C. & Hermes, J. C. . Modelling the accumulation and transport of floating marine micro-plastics around South Africa. Marine Pollution Bulletin 139, 46 - 58 (2019).
Segura-García, I. et al. Reconstruction of larval origins based on genetic relatedness and biophysical modeling. Scientific Reports 9, 7100 (2019).
Žužul, I. et al. Spatial connectivity pattern of expanding gilthead seabream populations and its interactions with aquaculture sites: a combined population genetic and physical modelling approach. Scientific Reports 9, 1–14 (2019).
Schleyer, M. H. , Downey-Breedt, N. J. & Benayahu, Y. . Species composition of Alcyonacea (Octocorallia) on coral reefs at Europa Island and associated connectivity across the Mozambique Channel. Marine Biodiversity (2019). doi:10.1007/s12526-019-00975-7
2018
Crickenberger, S. & Wethey, D. S. . Annual temperature variation as a time machine to understand the effects of long-term climate change on a poleward range shift. Global Change Biology 24, 3804-3819 (2018).
Garavelli, L. et al. Assessment of Mesophotic Coral Ecosystem Connectivity for Proposed Expansion of a Marine Sanctuary in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico: Larval Dynamics. Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 174 (2018).
Magris, R. A. et al. Biologically representative and well-connected marine reserves enhance biodiversity persistence in conservation planning. Conservation Letters 11, e12439 (2018).
Brochier, T. et al. Complex small pelagic fish population patterns arising from individual behavioral responses to their environment. Progress in Oceanography 164, 12 - 27 (2018).
Rognstad, R. L. , Wethey, D. S. , Oliver, H. & Hilbish, T. J. . Connectivity modeling and graph theory analysis predict recolonization in transient populations. Journal of Marine Systems 183, 13 - 22 (2018).
Santos, B. S. et al. Consequences of drift and carcass decomposition for estimating sea turtle mortality hotspots. Ecological Indicators 84, 319 - 336 (2018).
Lequeux, B. D. , Ahumada-Sempoal, M. - A. , López-Pérez, A. & Reyes-Hernández, C. . Coral connectivity between equatorial eastern Pacific marine protected areas: A biophysical modeling approach. PLOS ONE 13, e0202995 (2018).
Medel, C. et al. How biophysical interactions associated with sub- and mesoscale structures and migration behavior affect planktonic larvae of the spiny lobster in the Juan Fernández Ridge: A modeling approach. Progress in Oceanography 162, 98 - 119 (2018).
Tchamabi, C. C. , Araujo, M. , Silva, M. , Bourlès, B. & Travassos, P. . Ichthyoplankton transport around the Brazilian Fernando de Noronha archipelago and Rocas Atoll: Are there any connectivity patterns?. Indian Journal of Geo Marine Sciences 47, 812–818 (2018).
Ospina-Alvarez, A. , Weidberg, N. , Aiken, C. M. & Navarrete, S. A. . Larval transport in the upwelling ecosystem of central Chile: The effects of vertical migration, developmental time and coastal topography on recruitment. Progress in Oceanography (2018). doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2018.09.016
Santos, B. S. , Friedrichs, M. A. M. , Rose, S. A. , Barco, S. G. & Kaplan, D. M. . Likely locations of sea turtle stranding mortality using experimentally-calibrated, time and space-specific drift models. Biological Conservation 226, 127 - 143 (2018).
Aubry, F. Bernardi et al. Massive shelf dense water flow influences plankton community structure and particle transport over long distance. Scientific Reports 8, 4554 (2018).

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