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  • Distribution, patchiness, and behavior of Antarctic zooplankton, assessed using multi-frequency acoustic techniques 

    Lawson, Gareth L. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2006-09)
    The physical and biological forces that drive zooplankton distribution and patchiness in an antarctic continental shelf region were examined, with particular emphasis on the Antarctic krill, Euphausia superba. This was ...
  • Diversity and characterization of novel Cytochrome P450 2 genes in the marine teleost Fundulus Heteroclitus 

    Oleksiak, Marjorie F. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1997-09)
    The multiplicity and roles of cytochrome P450 CYP genes in the 2 family are not well known in fish. Characterizations of CYP2 genes were done in the killifish, Fundulus heteroclitus. Multiple cDNAs from three CYP2 ...
  • Diversity and dynamics of a North Atlantic coastal Vibrio community 

    Thompson, Janelle R.; Randa, Mark A.; Marcelino, Luisa A.; Tomita-Mitchell, Aoy; Lim, Ee Lin; Polz, Martin F. (American Society for Microbiology, 2004-07)
    Vibrios are ubiquitous marine bacteria that have long served as models for heterotrophic processes and have received renewed attention because of the discovery of increasing numbers of facultatively pathogenic strains. ...
  • Diversity and dynamics of a widespread bloom of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense 

    Erdner, Deana L.; Richlen, Mindy L.; McCauley, Linda A. R.; Anderson, Donald M. (Public Library of Science, 2011-07-29)
    Historically, cosmopolitan phytoplankton species were presumed to represent largely unstructured populations. However, the recent development of molecular tools to examine genetic diversity have revealed differences in ...
  • Diversity and structure of bacterial chemolithotrophic communities in pine forest and agroecosystem soils 

    Tolli, John D.; King, Gary M. (American Society for Microbiology, 2005-12)
    Obligate lithotrophs (e.g., ammonia oxidizers) and facultative lithotrophs (e.g., CO and hydrogen oxidizers) collectively comprise a phylogenetically diverse functional group that contributes significantly to carbon ...
  • Diversity in sound pressure levels and estimated active space of resident killer whale vocalizations 

    Miller, Patrick J. O. (2005-12-02)
    Signal source intensity and detection range, which integrates source intensity with propagation loss, background noise and receiver hearing abilities, are important characteristics of communication signals. Apparent source ...
  • Diversity of ageing across the tree of life 

    Jones, Owen R.; Scheuerlein, Alexander; Salguero-Gomez, Roberto; Camarda, Carlo Giovanni; Schaible, Ralf; Casper, Brenda B.; Dahlgren, Johan P.; Ehrlen, Johan; Garcia, María B.; Menges, Eric S.; Quintana-Ascencio, Pedro F.; Caswell, Hal; Baudisch, Annette; Vaupel, James W. (2013-10)
    Evolution drives and is driven by demography. A genotype moulds its phenotype’s age-patterns of mortality and fertility in an environment; these two patterns in turn determine the genotype’s fitness in that environment. ...
  • Diversity of the marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium : characterization of the Woods Hole culture collection and quantification of field populations 

    Hynes, Annette Michelle (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2009-09)
    Trichodesmium is a colonial, N2-fixing cyanobacterium found in tropical oceans. Species of Trichodesmium are genetically similar but several species exist together in the same waters. In order to coexist, Trichodesmium ...
  • Diversity of thiosulfate-oxidizing bacteria from marine sediments and hydrothermal vents 

    Teske, Andreas; Brinkhoff, T.; Muyzer, Gerard; Moser, D. P.; Rethmeier, J.; Jannasch, Holger W. (American Society for Microbiology, 2000-08)
    Species diversity, phylogenetic affiliations, and environmental occurrence patterns of thiosulfate-oxidizing marine bacteria were investigated by using new isolates from serially diluted continental slope and deep-sea ...
  • Diving behavior of the reef manta ray links coral reefs with adjacent deep pelagic habitats 

    Braun, Camrin D.; Skomal, Gregory B.; Thorrold, Simon R.; Berumen, Michael L. (Public Library of Science, 2014-02-06)
    Recent successful efforts to increase protection for manta rays has highlighted the lack of basic ecological information, including vertical and horizontal movement patterns, available for these species. We deployed pop-up ...
  • Documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references 

    Watkins, William A.; Daher, Mary Ann; Haley, Nancy J. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1990-06)
    This documentation for the CETACEA database of marine mammal literature references updates and expands the original work by Watkins, Bird, Moore, and Tyack 1988 (Reference Database Marine Mammal Literature, Technical ...
  • Does fish larval dispersal differ between high and low latitudes? 

    Leis, Jeffrey M.; Caselle, Jennifer E.; Bradbury, Ian R.; Kristiansen, Trond; Llopiz, Joel K.; Miller, Michael J.; O'Connor, Mary I.; Paris, Claire B.; Shanks, Alan L.; Sogard, Susan M.; Swearer, Stephen E.; Treml, Eric A.; Vetter, Russell D.; Warner, Robert R. (2013-02)
    Several factors lead to expectations that the scale of larval dispersal and population connectivity of marine animals differs with latitude. We examine this expectation for demersal shorefishes, including relevant ...
  • Does the marine biosphere mix the ocean? 

    Dewar, William K.; Bingham, Rory J.; Iverson, R. L.; Nowacek, Douglas P.; St. Laurent, Louis C.; Wiebe, Peter H. (Sears Foundation for Marine Research, 2006-07)
    Ocean mixing is thought to control the climatically important oceanic overturning circulation. Here we argue the marine biosphere, by a mechanism like the bioturbation occurring in marine sediments, mixes the oceans as ...
  • Drag of suction cup tags on swimming animals : modeling and measurement 

    Shorter, K. Alex; Murray, Mark M.; Johnson, Mark P.; Moore, Michael J.; Howle, Laurens E. (John Wiley & Sons, 2013-11-12)
    Bio-logging tags are widely used to study the behavior and movements of marine mammals with the tacit assumption of little impact to the animal. However, tags on fast-swimming animals generate substantial hydrodynamic ...
  • Drawings and descriptions of some deep-sea copepods living above the Guaymas Basin hydrothermal vent field 

    Copley, Nancy J.; Wiebe, Peter H. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1990-04)
    This report includes brief descriptions and illustrations of some of the copepods found in two bathypelagic MOCNESS samples. The MOCNESS was towed horizontally at an altitude of 100-200 m above the bottom in waters 1900 ...
  • Dynamic energy budgets and bioaccumulation : a model for marine mammals and marine mammal populations 

    Klanjscek, Tin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2006-06)
    Energy intake of individuals affects growth of organisms and, therefore, populations. Persistent lipophilic toxicants acquired with the energy can bioaccumulate and harm individuals. Marine mammals are particularly ...
  • Dynamics of a mesoscale eddy off Cape Ann, Massachusetts in May 2005 

    Jiang, Mingshun; Zhou, Meng; Libby, Scott P.; Anderson, Donald M. (2011-08-18)
    Observations and numerical modeling indicate that a mesoscale anti-cyclonic eddy formed south of Cape Ann at the northern entrance of Massachusetts Bay (MB) during May 2005, when large river discharges in the western Gulf ...
  • Dynamics of Alexandrium fundyense blooms and shellfish toxicity in the Nauset Marsh System of Cape Cod (Massachusetts, USA) 

    Crespo, Bibiana G.; Keafer, Bruce A.; Ralston, David K.; Lind, Henry; Farber, Dawson; Anderson, Donald M. (2011-08)
    Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins are annually recurrent along the Massachusetts coastline (USA), which includes many small embayments and salt ponds. Among these is the Nauset Marsh System (NMS), which has a long ...
  • Early exposure of bay scallops (Argopecten irradians) to high CO2 causes a decrease in larval shell growth 

    White, Meredith M.; McCorkle, Daniel C.; Mullineaux, Lauren S.; Cohen, Anne L. (Public Library of Science, 2013-04-15)
    Ocean acidification, characterized by elevated pCO2 and the associated decreases in seawater pH and calcium carbonate saturation state (Ω), has a variable impact on the growth and survival of marine invertebrates. Larval ...
  • Early life history and fisheries oceanography : new questions in a changing world 

    Llopiz, Joel K.; Cowen, Robert K.; Hauff, Martha J.; Ji, Rubao; Munday, Philip L.; Muhling, Barbara A.; Peck, Myron A.; Richardson, David E.; Sogard, Susan M.; Sponaugle, Su (The Oceanography Society, 2014-12)
    In the past 100 years since the birth of fisheries oceanography, research on the early life history of fishes, particularly the larval stage, has been extensive, and much progress has been made in identifying the mechanisms ...