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  • Obura, David; Stone, Gregory; Mangubhai, Sangetta; Bailey, Steven; Yoshinaga, Holloway; Barrel, Robert (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2011)
    Atoll Research Bulletin, no. 589 : Phoenix Island "Baseline Marine Biological Surveys of the Phoenix Islands, July 2000." Rapid assessment surveys were conducted during a 21-day marine biological expedition to the Phoenix ...
  • Kenyon, Jean C.; Maragos, James E.; Wilkinson, Casey B. (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    Kingman Reef, an atoll in the northern Line Islands of the central Pacific, is among the last of the remote locations in the U.S. Pacific to be scientifically explored underwater, and previously published surveys of its ...
  • Kenyon, Jean C.; Maragos, James E.; Cooper, Susan (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    To manage resources and interpret ecosystem changes, reef managers benefit from access to the best available scientific data and analyses. Scientific knowledge of the coral communities at Rose Atoll in the central South ...
  • Scheffers, Sander R.; Van Soest, Rob W. M.; Nieuwland, Gerard; Bak, Rolf P. M. (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    Hard substratum surface area of framework cavities constitutes a major habitat in coral reefs. We studied the community composition and distribution of cryptic sessile macro-organisms in framework cavities in relation to ...
  • Obura, David (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2011)
    Atoll Research Bulletin, no. 589 : Phoenix Island "Coral Reef Structure and Zonation of the Phoenix Islands." The eight islands of the Phoenix Group in the Republic of Kiribati vary in size from 17.5 to 1.03 km across. ...
  • Mundy, Bruce C.; Richard; Wass, Edward Demartini; Greene, Brian; Zgliczynski, Brian; Schroeder, Robert E.; Musberger, Craig (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    A list is given of shore fishes known from Howland and Baker Islands, outliers of the Phoenix Islands group, and Jarvis Island, Palmyra Atoll, and Kingman Reef in the Line Islands group. The list was compiled from literature ...
  • Stokes, M. D.; Leichter, James J.; Genovese, Salvatore J. (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    The reefs surrounding Bonaire have long been renowned for their high abundance and diversity of scleractinian corals and for their long-time status as a protected marine park. As part of a comprehensive study of the current ...
  • Obura, David; Allen, Gerald; Stone, Gregory; Mangubhai, Sangetta; Bailey, Steven; Yoshinaga, Austin; Holloway, Cat; Barrel, Robert (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2011)
    This special edition of ARB, on the Phoenix Islands, summarizes the early science that set in motion a landmark initiative that has today become the Phoenix Islands Protected Area, the world’s largest World Heritage Site ...
  • Donner, Simon D.; Kirata, Taratau; Vieux, Caroline (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2010)
    Over the past three decades, periods of anomalously warm ocean temperatures have been observed to cause mass coral bleaching, a paling of corals and other reef organisms due to the loss of dinoflagellate Symbiodinium. ...
  • Allen, Gerald R.; Bailey, Steven (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2011)
    Atoll Research Bulletin, no. 589 : Phoenix Island "Reef Fishes of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific Ocean." Visual inventories and fish collections were conducted at the Phoenix Islands during June-July 2002. A list of ...
  • Obura, David; Mangubhai, Sangeeta; Yoshinaga, Austen (Smithsonian Institution Press, 2011)
    Atoll Research Bulletin, no. 589 : Phoenix Island "Sea Turtles of the Phoenix Islands, 2000-2002." Balazs (1973) has written the only recent report on marine turtles of the Phoenix Islands, summarizing a small literature ...

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