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Climate Change, Human Impacts, and the Resilience of Coral Reefs
The diversity, frequency, and scale of human impacts on coral reefs are increasing to the extent that reefs are threatened globally. Projected increases in carbon dioxide and temperature over theExpand
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Genetic analyses of marine population structure often find only slight geo- graphic differentiation in species with high dispersal potential. Interpreting the significance of this slight geneticExpand
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Response to Comments on "Impacts of Biodiversity Loss on Ocean Ecosystem Services"
We show that globally declining fisheries catch trends cannot be explained by random processes and are consistent with declining stock abundance trends. Future projections are inherently uncertainExpand
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Genetic Divergence, Reproductive Isolation, and Marine Speciation
In marine species, high dispersal is often associated with only mild genetic differentiation over large spatial scales. Despite this generalization, there are numerous reasons for the accumulation ofExpand
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Body size, metabolic rate, generation time, and the molecular clock.
  • A. Martin, S. Palumbi
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 May 1993
There is increasing evidence for variation in rates of nucleotide substitution among divergent taxonomic groups. Here, we summarize published rate data and show a strong relationship betweenExpand
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Rebuilding Global Fisheries
Fighting for Fisheries In the debate concerning the future of the world's fisheries, some have forecasted complete collapse but others have challenged this view. The protagonists in this debate haveExpand
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Genomic basis for coral resilience to climate change
Recent advances in DNA-sequencing technologies now allow for in-depth characterization of the genomic stress responses of many organisms beyond model taxa. They are especially appropriate forExpand
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Designing marine reserve networks for both conservation and fisheries management
Marine protected areas (MPAs) that exclude fishing have been shown repeatedly to enhance the abundance, size, and diversity of species. These benefits, however, mean little to most marine species,Expand
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Coral reefs in the Anthropocene
Coral reefs support immense biodiversity and provide important ecosystem services to many millions of people. Yet reefs are degrading rapidly in response to numerous anthropogenic drivers. In theExpand
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