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Publications 2000

Authors in bold are/were staff of the Institute for Ocean Conservation Science and its founding organization, the Pew Institute for Ocean Science

 

Bakun A, V N Agostini. 2000. Seasonal patterns of wind-induced upwelling/downwelling in the Mediterranean Sea. Scientia Marina. 65(3): 243-257.

Birstein, V.J., Doukakis, P.. 2000. Molecular analysis of Acipenser sturio L., 1758, and Acipenser oxyrinchus Mitchell, 1815: a review. Boletin Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia . 16(1-4): 61-73.

De Leiva-Moreno J I, V N Agostini, J F Caddy, F Carocci. 2000. Is the pelagic-demersal ratio from fishery landings a useful proxy for nutrient availability? A preliminary data exploration for the semi-enclosed seas around Europe. ICES Journal of Marine Sciences. 57:1091-1102.

Doukakis P., Birstein V.J., DeSalle R., Ludwig A.N., Ludwig A., Machordom A., Almodovar A., Elvira B.. 2000. Failure to confirm previous identification of two putative museum specimens of the Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser sturio, as the Adriatic sturgeon, A. naccarii. Marine Biology. 136(2): 373-377.

Doukakis P. and Birstein V.J. , DeSalle R.. 2000. Polyphyly of mtDNA lineages in the Russian sturgeon, Acipenser gueldenstaedtii: forensic and evolutionary implications. Conservation Genetics. 1(1): 81-88.

 

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