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Active thrusting in the inner forearc of an erosive convergent margin, Pacific coast, Costa Rica
(1) Structural and geomorphic analyses of the Fila Costena thrust belt in southwest Costa Rica indicate active thrusting within the inner forearc. The Fila Costena exposes three major thrust faultsExpand
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Branching and Self‐Organization in Marine Modular Colonial Organisms: A Model
Despite the universality of branching patterns in marine modular colonial organisms, there is neither a clear explanation about the growth of their branching forms nor an understanding of how theseExpand
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Relationship between environment and the occurrence of the deep-water rose shrimp Aristeus antennatus (Risso, 1816) in the Blanes submarine canyon (NW Mediterranean)
Abstract We performed a multidisciplinary study characterizing the relationships between hydrodynamic conditions (currents and water masses) and the presence and abundance of the deep-water roseExpand
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Linking local to global properties in branching modular networks: gorgonian coral colonies
Branching growth is present both in plants and animals, either marine or terrestrial. Although cellular and other modular levels of organization in plants and animals have evolved through differentExpand
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Branching and Self-Organization in Marine Modular Colonial Organisms : An Ecological Approach
(1) Department of Biological Sciences, 109 Cooke Hall, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York), Buffalo, NY 14260, USA. js15@buffalo.edu; hlasker@buffalo.edu phone: 716-645-2881;Expand