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Tsunami-driven rafting: Transoceanic species dispersal and implications for marine biogeography
Long-distance life rafting When coastal ecosystems are affected by storms or tsunamis, organisms can be rafted across oceans on floating debris. However, such events are rarely observed, still lessExpand
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Nudibranch Range Shifts Associated with the 2014 Warm Anomaly in the Northeast Pacific
Abstract The Northeast Pacific Ocean was anomalously warm in 2014, despite ENSO-neutral conditions in the tropical Pacific. We document northern range shifts associated with this anomaly for 30Expand
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Species diversity and abundance of shipworms (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Teredinidae) in woody marine debris generated by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011
Oregon Sea Grant The National Science Foundation (Division of Ocean Science, Biological Oceanography) The Japanese Ministry of the Environment (MoE)
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A molecular phylogeny of wood-borers (Teredinidae) from Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris
The Oregon Sea Grant The National Science Foundation The Japanese Ministry of the Environment (MoE)
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Mate competition during pseudocopulation in shipworms
Shipworms are predominantly wood-eating bivalves that play fundamental roles in biodegradation, niche creation and nutrient cycling across a range of marine ecosystems. Shipworms remain confined toExpand
SHIPWORMS: CRYPTIC ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERS OF THE SEA
Shipworms (Teredinidae) are marine borers that utilize wood for both housing and food, and are present in coastal, shelf, and pelagic habitats. Our current research includes distribution, dispersal,Expand
Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris Objects and Their Associated Taxa
A single CSV file containing descriptions of Japanese tsunami debris objects (object type, date intercepted, location found, size) and the unique taxa found on each. Please see the README.txt forExpand