This is a select list of works produced by the faculty of the USF Department of Integrative Biology. Materials are included when two conditions are satisfied: 1) the creator approves inclusion and 2) the publisher allows the material to be placed in the repository. Please direct questions or requests to expand the list of materials to Jason Boczar.

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Submissions from 1984

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Migration in Coral Reef Fishes: Ecological Significance and Orientation Mechanisms, John C. Ogden and Thomas P. Quinn

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Field Evidence of Compass Orientation in Migrating Juvenile Grunts (Haemulidae), T. P. Quinn and John C. Ogden

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Timing of Recruitment and Species Composition in Coral Reef Fishes, Myra J. Shulman, John C. Ogden, John P. Ebersole, William N. McFarland, Steven L. Miller, and Nancy G. Wolf

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Role of Larger Herbvores in Seagrass Communities, Gordon W. Thayer, Karen A. Bjorndal, John C. Ogden, Susan L. Williams, and Joseph C. Zieman

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Herbivory Effects on Thalassia testudinum Leaf Growth and Nitrogen Content, J. C. Zieman, R. L. Iverson, and John C. Ogden

Submissions from 1979

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The Statistics and Biology of the Species-Area Relationship, Edward F. Connor and Earl D. McCoy

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Symbiotic Cellulose Degradation in Green Turtles, Chelonia mydas L, T. M. Fenchel, C. P. McRoy, John C. Ogden, P. Parker, and W. E. Rainey

The Biogeography of Seagrasses: Evidence from Associated Organisms, K L. Heck and Earl D. McCoy

Ecological Control of Mosquitoes on Florida's East Coast: An Overview, Earl D. McCoy

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The Influence of Light on the Twilight Migrations of Grunts, William N. McFarland, John C. Ogden, and John N. Lythgoe

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Anomalous Diversity of Tropical Parasitoids: A General Phenomenon?, Gerold Morrison, Michael Auerbach, and Earl D. McCoy

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Application of Island Biogeographic Theory to Pests of Cultivated Crops, Jorge R. Rey and Earl D. McCoy

Submissions from 1975

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Isosmotic Intracellular Regulation in Freshwater Palaemonid Shrimp Palaemonetes-Paludosus (Crustacea-Decapoda), Richard L. Turner, Edgar F. Lowe, and John M. Lawrence