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Offspring Size Plasticity in Response to Intraspecific Competition: An Adaptive Maternal Effect across Life‐History Stages
When provisioning offspring, mothers balance the benefits of producing a few large, fitter offspring with the costs of decreased fecundity. The optimal balance between offspring size and fecundityExpand
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The Cascadia Initiative: A Sea Change In Seismological Studies of Subduction Zones
Author Posting. © The Oceanography Society, 2014. This article is posted here by permission of The Oceanography Society for personal use, not for redistribution. The definitive version was publishedExpand
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THE ECOLOGICAL AND EVOLUTIONARY IMPORTANCE OF MATERNAL EFFECTS IN THE SEA
Maternal effects are non-genetic effects of the maternal phenotype or environment on the phenotype of offspring. Whilst maternal effects are now recognised as fundamentally important in terrestrialExpand
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Earthquake Early Warning: Advances, Scientific Challenges, and Societal Needs
Earthquake early warning (EEW) is the delivery of ground shaking alerts or warnings. It is distinguished from earthquake prediction in that the earthquake has nucleated to provide detectable ground...
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The Mw 6.0 24 August 2014 South Napa Earthquake
The M w 6.0 South Napa earthquake, which occurred at 10:20 UTC 24 August 2014 was the largest earthquake to strike the greater San Francisco Bay area since the M w 6.9 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.Expand
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Adaptive maternal and paternal effects: gamete plasticity in response to parental stress
Summary: Transgenerational phenotypic plasticity is increasingly recognized as an important buffer of environmental change - many studies show that mothers alter the phenotype of their offspring soExpand
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The larval legacy: cascading effects of recruit phenotype on post‐recruitment interactions
For organisms with complex life-cycles, the abundance of individuals in a given stage is driven by the quantity of individuals in the previous stage. The successful recruitment of juveniles to adultExpand
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Applying Movement Ecology to Marine Animals with Complex Life Cycles.
Marine animals with complex life cycles may move passively or actively for fertilization, dispersal, predator avoidance, resource acquisition, and migration, and over scales from micrometers toExpand
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Optimizing Earthquake Early Warning Performance: ElarmS‐3
The University of California Berkeley’s (UCB) Earthquake Alert Systems (ElarmS) is a network-based earthquake early warning (EEW) algorithm that was one of the original algorithms developed forExpand
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