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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
Influence of prior contest experience and level of escalation on contest outcome. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 1-9
Kar F, Whiting MJ, Noble DWA 2016

The ecological impacts of marine debris: Unraveling the demonstrated evidence from what is perceived. Ecology 97(2):302-312

Rochman CM, Browne MA, Underwood AJ, Van Franeker JA, Thompson RC, Amaral-Zettler LA 2016

Evidence of a developing Polynya off Commonwealth Bay, East Antarctica, triggered by grounding of iceberg. The Cryosphere Discussions

Fogwill C, van Sebille E, Cougnon EA, Turney CSM, Rintoul SR, Clark GF, Marzinelli E, Rainsley EB, Carter L 2016

Use of near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy to quantify diet mixing in a generalist marine herbivore. Marine Biology 163(4):01

Bain KF, Poore AGB 2016

 Sex differences in DNA methylation and expression in zebrafish brain: A test of an extended 'male sex drive' hypothesis. Gene 17 Mar 2016

Chatterjee A, Lagisz M, Rodger EJ, Zhen L, Stockwell PA, Duncan EJ, Horsfield JA, Jeyakani J, Mathavan S, Ozaki Y, Nakagawa S 2016

A narrative meta-review of a series of systematic and meta-analytic reviews on the intervention outcome for children with developmental co-ordination disorder. Child: Care, Health and Development

Miyahara, M., M. Lagisz, S. Nakagawa and S. E. Henderson 2016

Standardized protocols for characterizing women's fertility: A data-driven approach. Hormones and Behavior 81: 74-83

Blake, K. R., B. J. W. Dixson, S. M. O'Dean and T. F. Denson 2016

Sympathy for the devil: captive-management style did not influence survival, body-mass change or diet of Tasmanian devils 1 year after wild release.  Wildlife Research.

Rogers, T., S. Fox, D. Pemberton and P. Wise 2016

The role of non-genetic inheritance in evolutionary rescue: epigenetic buffering, heritable bet hedging and epigenetic traps. Environmental Epigenetics 2(1):dvv014-dvv014 2016

O’Dea RE, Noble DWA, Johnson SL, Hesselson D, Nakagawa S 2016

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