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26. Brandl, S. J., C. H. R. Goatley, D. R. Bellwood, and L. Tornabene. 2018. The hidden half: ecology and evolution of cryptobenthic fishes on coral reefs. Biological Reviews 0. 

25. Mueller, P., L. M. Schile-Beers, T. J. Mozdzer, G. L. Chmura, T. Dinter, Y. Kuzyakov, A. V de Groot, P. Esselink, C. Smit, A. D’Alpaos, C. Ibáñez, M. Lazarus, U. Neumeier, B. J. Johnson, A. H. Baldwin, S. A. Yarwood, D. I. Montemayor, Z. Yang, J. Wu, K. Jensen, and S. Nolte. 2018. Global-change effects on early-stage decomposition processes in tidal wetlands – implications from a global survey using standardized litter. Biogeosciences 15:3189–3202. 

24. Seemann, J., A. Yingst, R. D. Stuart-Smith, G. J. Edgar, and A. H. Altieri. 2018. The importance of sponges and mangroves in supporting fish communities on degraded coral reefs in Caribbean Panama. PeerJ 6:e4455. 

22. Campbell, J. E., A. H. Altieri, L. N. Johnston, C. D. Kuempel, R. Paperno, V. J. Paul, and J. E. Duffy. 2018. Herbivore community determines the magnitude and mechanism of nutrient effects on subtropical and tropical seagrasses. Journal of Ecology 106:401–412. 

21. Clark, J. B., W. Long, M. Tzortziou, P. J. Neale, and R. R. Hood. 2018. Wind-Driven Dissolved Organic Matter Dynamics in a Chesapeake Bay Tidal Marsh-Estuary System. Estuaries and Coasts 41:708–723. 

20. Nelson, N. G., R. Muñoz-Carpena, P. J. Neale, M. Tzortziou, and J. P. Megonigal. 2017. Temporal variability in the importance of hydrologic, biotic, and climatic descriptors of dissolved oxygen dynamics in a shallow tidal-marsh creek. Water Resources Research 53:7103–7120. 

19. Brandl, S. J., J. M. Casey, N. Knowlton, and J. E. Duffy. 2017. Marine dock pilings foster diverse, native cryptobenthic fish assemblages across bioregions. Ecology and Evolution 7:7069–7079. 

17. Duffy, J. E., C. M. Godwin, and B. J. Cardinale. 2017. Biodiversity effects in the wild are common and as strong as key drivers of productivity. Nature 549:261–264. 

16. Staaterman, E., M. Ogburn, A. Altieri, S. Brandl, R. Whippo, J. Seemann, M. Goodison, and J. Duffy. 2017. Bioacoustic measurements complement visual biodiversity surveys: preliminary evidence from four shallow marine habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 575:207–215. 

15. Hamilton, J. F., R. W. Osman, and I. C. Feller. 2017. Modeling local effects on propagule movement and the potential expansion of mangroves and associated fauna: testing in a sub-tropical lagoon. Hydrobiologia 803:173–187. 

14. Rodemann, J. R., and S. J. Brandl. 2017. Consumption pressure in coastal marine environments decreases with latitude and in artificial vs. natural habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series 574:167–179. 

13. Leray, M., and N. Knowlton. 2017. Random sampling causes the low reproducibility of rare eukaryotic OTUs in Illumina COI metabarcoding. PeerJ 5. 

12. Cramer, K. L., A. O’Dea, T. R. Clark, J. Zhao, and R. D. Norris. 2017. Prehistorical and historical declines in Caribbean coral reef accretion rates driven by loss of parrotfish. Nature Communications 8:14160. 

11. Lohan, K. M. P., R. C. Fleischer, M. E. Torchin, and G. M. Ruiz. 2017. Protistan Biogeography: A Snapshot Across a Major Shipping Corridor Spanning Two Oceans. Protist 168(2): 183-196.  

10. Janiak, D. S., J. N. Adams, B. Rubinoff, and R. W. Osman. 2017. Predator-Prey Interactions of the Polyclad, Euplana gracilis, and the Amphipod, Apocorophium lacustre, in the Chesapeake Bay. Estuaries and Coasts 40:513–521. 

9. Duffy, J. E., J. S. Lefcheck, R. D. Stuart-Smith, S. A. Navarrete, and G. J. Edgar. 2016. Biodiversity enhances reef fish biomass and resistance to climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113:6230–6235. 

8. Altieri, A. H., S. B. Harrison, J. Seemann, R. Collin, R. J. Diaz, and N. Knowlton. 2017. Tropical dead zones and mass mortalities on coral reefs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:3660–3665. 

7. Lohan, K. M. P., K. M. Hill-Spanik, M. E. Torchin, L. Aguirre-Macedo, R. C. Fleischer, and G. M. Ruiz. 2016. Richness and distribution of tropical oyster parasites in two oceans. Parasitology 143:1119–1132. 

6. Duffy, J. E., S. L. Ziegler, J. E. Campbell, P. M. Bippus, and J. S. Lefcheck. 2015. Squidpops: A Simple Tool to Crowdsource a Global Map of Marine Predation Intensity. PLOS ONE 10:e0142994. 

5. Leray, M., Q. Haenel, and S. J. Bourlat. 2016. Preparation of Amplicon Libraries for Metabarcoding of Marine Eukaryotes Using Illumina MiSeq: The Adapter Ligation Method. Pages 209–218 Marine Genomics. Humana Press, New York, NY. 

4. Bourlat, S. J., Q. Haenel, J. Finnman, and M. Leray. 2016. Preparation of Amplicon Libraries for Metabarcoding of Marine Eukaryotes Using Illumina MiSeq: The Dual-PCR Method. Pages 197–207 Marine Genomics. Humana Press, New York, NY. 

3. Leray, M., and N. Knowlton. 2016. Visualizing Patterns of Marine Eukaryotic Diversity from Metabarcoding Data Using QIIME. Pages 219–235 Marine Genomics. Humana Press, New York, NY. 

2. Lohan, K. M. P., K. M. Hill-Spanik, M. E. Torchin, E. E. Strong, R. C. Fleischer, and G. M. Ruiz. 2015. Molecular phylogenetics reveals first record and invasion of Saccostrea species in the Caribbean. Marine Biology 162:957–968. 

1. Leray, M., and N. Knowlton. 2015. DNA barcoding and metabarcoding of standardized samples reveal patterns of marine benthic diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:2076–2081.