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Satellite-Observed Black Water Events off Southwest Florida: Implications for Coral Reef Health in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Stormwater nutrient inputs favor growth of non‐native macroalgae(Rhodophyta) on O’ahu, Hawaiian Islands
Sewage pollution in Negril, Jamaica: effects on nutrition and ecology of coral reef macroalgae
Land-based nutrient enrichment of the Buccoo Reef Complex and fringing coral reefs of Tobago, West Indies
Nitrogen isotopic records of terrestrial pollution encoded in Floridian and Bahamian gorgonian corals
Ecology and nutrition of invasive Caulerpa brachypus f. parvifolia blooms on coral reefs off southeast Florida, U.S.A.
The use of δ15N in assessing sewage stress on coral reefs
Anatomy of a red tide bloom off the southwest coast of Florida
Reevaluation of ENCORE: support for the eutrophication threshold model for coral reefs
Unusual linear arrays of the coral reef macrophyte Halimeda incrassata in the Bahamas
Shifts in coral overgrowth by sponges and algae
In memoriam: John Hood Ryther 1922-2006
Nutrient manipulation methods for coral reef studies: A critical review and experimental field data
Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne remove blooms of the invasive green alga Caulerpa brachypus forma parvifolia (Harvey) Cribb from coral reefs off northern Palm Beach County, Florida
Toxic Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) associated with groundwater conduits in the Bahamas
Macroalgal blooms on southeast Florida coral reefs I. Nutrient stoichiometry of the invasive green alga Codium isthmocladum in the wider Caribbean indicates nutrient enrichment
Reciprocal Caulerpa invasion: Mediterranean native Caulerpa ollivieri in the Bahamas supported by human nitrogen enrichment
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition from a remote source enriches macroalgae in coral reef ecosystems near Green Turtle Cay, Abacos, Bahamas
Dietary nitrogen availability in macroalgae enhances growth of the sea hare Aplysia californica (Opisthobranchia: Anaspidea)
Anthropogenic nutrient enrichment of seagrass and coral reef communities in the Lower Florida Keys: discrimination of local versus regional nitrogen sources

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