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Global Patterns and Predictions of Seafloor Biomass Using Random Forests
A comprehensive seafloor biomass and abundance database has been constructed from 24 oceanographic institutions worldwide within the Census of Marine Life (CoML) field projects. The machine-learningExpand
Ranges Of Offshore Decapod Crustaceans In The Eastern Pacific Ocean
Distributions of offshore decapods in the eastern Pacific fall into a pattern of at least five clusters: the Aleutian Islands to Washington, Washington or Oregon to southern California, BajaExpand
A review and a model of decorating behavior in spider crabs (Decapoda, Brachyura, Majidae)
Spider crabs (family Majidae) often decorate themselves: that is, they put pieces of marine organisms among the hooked setae of the exoskeleton. This behavior can be absent in large crabs or thoseExpand
Behaviour of cleaners and their client fishes at Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
Forty-one species of 20 families of fishes were observed being cleaned at Bonaire by two species of decapod crustaceans and four species of fishes. Of 525 observations of fishes being cleanedExpand
The Middle Eocene Belosaepia ungula (Cephalopoda: Coleoida) from Texas: Structure, Ontogeny and Function
Abstract The ontogeny of Belosaepia ungula Gabb, 1860 from the Crockett Formation (Bartonian stage, Eocene) of Texas is documented for growth from embryo to old age. During the last stage of life,Expand
Feeding ecology of the loggerhead sea turtle Caretta caretta in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico
Digestive tract contents collected from carcasses of 82 loggerhead sea turles (Caretta caretta) found on the south Texas coast from 1986 through 1988 were examined. Benthic invertebrates were theExpand
Bathymetric zonation of deep-sea macrofauna in relation to export of surface phytoplankton production
Macrobenthos of the deep, northern Gulf of Mexico (GoM) was sampled with box cores (0.2 m 2 ) along multiple cross-depth transects extending from depths of 200 m to the maximum depth of the basin atExpand
Anthropogenic "Litter" and macrophyte detritus in the deep Northern Gulf of Mexico.
A deep-sea trawl survey of the Northern Gulf of Mexico has documented the abundance and diversity of human-generated litter and natural detrital plant material, from the outer margin of theExpand