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Multiple stressors in sediments impact adjacent hard substrate habitats and across biological domains. Science of The Total Environment, 592, pp 295–305

Lawes JC, Dafforn KA, Clark GF, Brown MV, Johnston EL 2017

The relative importance of reproduction and survival for the conservation of two dolphin populations. 2016. Ecology and Evolution 6(11):3496-3512. doi: 10.1002/ece3.2130

Manlik O, McDonald JA, Mann J, Raudino HC, Bejder L, Krützen M, Connor RC, Heithaus MR, Lacy RC and Sherwin WB 2016
The global spectrum of plant form and function. Nature 529(7585):167-171
Díaz S, Kattge J, Cornelissen JHC, Wright IJ, Lavorel S, Dray S, Reu B, Kleyer M, Wirth C, Colin Prentice I, Garnier E, Bönisch G, Westoby M, Poorter H, Reich PB, Moles AT, Dickie J, Gillison AN, Zanne AE, Chave J, Joseph Wright S, Sheremet Ev SN, Jactel H, Baraloto C, Cerabolini B, Pierce S, Shipley B, Kirkup D, Casanoves F, Joswig JS, Günther A, Falczuk V, Rüger N, Mahecha MD, Gorné LD 2016
An observation of two oceanic salp swarms in the Tasman Sea: Thetys vagina and Cyclosalpa affinis. Marine Biodiversity Records 9(1)
Henschke N, Everett JD, Suthers IM 2016

The effects of sex hormones on immune function: a meta-analysis. Biological Reviews

Foo YZ, Nakagawa S, Rhodes G, Simmons LW 2016

Flattened plant bugs of the Pandanus-inhabiting genus Frontimiris (Heteroptera: Miridae) and Pandanus spiralis-heteropteran associations in the East Kimberley. Austral Entomology

Cassis G, Cheng M, Tatarnic N 2016

A multifaceted view on the impacts of shrub encroachment. Applied Vegetation Science 19(3):369-370

Maestre FT, Eldridge DJ, Soliveres S 2016

Many paths to a common destination: Morphological differentiation of a functionally convergent visual signal. American Naturalist 188(3):306-318

Hagman M, Ord TJ 2016

Conservation of genetic uniqueness of populations may increase extinction likelihood of endangered species: the case of Australian mammals. Front Zool 13:31

Weeks AR, Stoklosa J, Hoffmann AA 2016

Fraud not a primary cause of irreproducible results: a reply to Clark et al​. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 31: 900

Parker, T., Forstemier, F., Koricheva, J. Hadfield, J. D., Kelly, C., Chee, Y. E., Gurevitch, J. & Nakagawa, S. 2016

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