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Publications 2001

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

 

Agostini V N, A Bakun. 2001. Ocean triads in the Mediterranean Sea: physical mechanisms potentially structuring reproductive habitat suitability for anchovies and other fish species. Fisheries Oceanography. 11(3): 129-142.

Doukakis P., Birnbaum K.D., Rosenbaum H.C.. 2001. Analyzing data at the population level, in Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine: Techniques in Molecular Systematics and Evolution. Pages Chapter 10, pp 163-1. Ed. by DeSalle R., Giribet G., Wheeler W. . Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland.. 9 pages

M Pank, M Stanhope, L Natanson, N Kohler, M Shivji. 2001. Rapid and simultaneous identification of body parts from the morphologically similar sharks Carcharhinus obscurus and Carcharhinus plumbeus (Carcharhinidae) using multiplex PCR. Marine Biotechnology . 3:231-240.

Nishiguchi M., Doukakis P., Egan M., Kizirian D., Phillips A., Prendini L., Rosenbaum H.C., Torres E,, Wyner Y., DeSalle R., Giribet G.. 2001. DNA Isolation Procedures, in Methods and Tools in Biosciences and Medicine: Techniques in Molecular Systematics and Evolution. Pages Chapter 12, pp 249-2. Ed. by DeSalle R., Giribet G., Wheeler W.. Birkhauser, Basel, Switzerland. 39 pages

 

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