SWIMS publications in 2015

  1. Baker DM, Freeman CJ, Knowlton N, Thacker RW, Kim K, Fogel ML (2015) Productivity links morphology, symbiont specificity, and bleaching in the evolution of Caribbean octocoral symbioses. The ISME Journal 9: 2620-2629
  2. Baldanzi S, Weidberg NF, Fusi M, Cannicci S, Mcquaid CD, Porri F (2015) Contrasting environments shape thermal physiology across the spatial range of the sandhopper Talorchestia capensis. Oecologia 179: 1067-1078
  3. Campanati C, Yip S, Lane A, Thyagarajan V (2015) Combined effects of low pH and low oxygen on the early-life stages of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite. ICES Journal of Marine Science. DOI:10.1093/icesjms/fsv221
  4. Chan VBS, Toyofuku T, Wetzel G, Saraf L, V Thiyagarajan, Mount AS (2015) Direct deposition of crystalline aragonite during the biomineralization in tubeworm. Frontiers in Marine Science 2: 97
  5. Chan VBS, Vinn O, Li Chaoyi, Lu XW, Shih K, Zhang T, Kudryavtsev AB, Schopf JW, Thiyagarajan V (2015) Evidence of compositional and ultrastructural shifts during the development of calcareous tubes in the biofouling tubeworm, Hydroides elegans. Journal of Structural Biology 189: 230-237
  6. Chariton AA, Sun MY, Gibson J, Webb JA, Leung KMY, Hickey CW, Hose GC (2015) Emergent technologies and analytical approaches for understanding the effects of multiple stressors in aquatic environments. Marine and Freshwater Research. DOI: 10.1071/MF15190
  7. Cheung PK, Yuen KK, Li PF, Lau WH, Chiu CM, Yuen M, Baker DM (2015) To swim or not to swim? A disagreement between microbial indicators on beach water quality assessment in Hong Kong. Marine Pollution Bulletin 101: 53-60
  8. Chiu WTR, Yasuhara M, Iwatani H, Kitamura A, Fujita K (2015) An enigmatic Holocene podocopid ostracod from a submarine cave, Okinawa, Japan: ‘living fossil’ or adaptive morphotype? Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. DOI:10.1080/14772019.2015.1094754
  9. Corra C, Russell BD (2015) Climate change and the collapse of fisheries. In, Giant Panda, official magazine of the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda breeding and conservation, Chengdu, China. Issue 38, pp. 70-75. ISSN 1000-7083
  10. Dineshram R, Quan Q, Chiu I, Chandramouli K, Qian PY, Thiyagarajan V (2015) iTRAQ-based quantitative proteomics profiling of metamorphosing larvae of the Pacific oysters. Proteomics 15: 4120-4134
  11. Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD, Coffee OI, Ghedini G, Russell BD (2015) Species interactions can maintain resistance of subtidal algal habitats to an increasingly modified world. Global Ecology and Conservation 4: 549-558
  12. Freeman CJ, Baker DM, Easson CG, Thacker RW (2015) Shifts in sponge-microbe mutualisms across an experimental irradiance gradient. Marine Ecology Progress Series 526: 41-53
  13. Freeman CJ, Easson CG, Baker DM (2015) Niche structure of marine sponges from temperate hard-bottom habitats within Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. DOI: org/10.1017/S0025315415000363
  14. Gemery L, Cronin TM, Briggs WM Jr, Brouwers EM, Schornikov EI, Stepanova A, Wood AM, Yasuhara M (2015) An Arctic and Subarctic ostracode database: biogeographic and paleoceanographic applications. Hydrobiologia. DOI:10.1007/s10750-015-2587-4
  15. Ghedini G, Russell BD, Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD (2015) Beyond spatial and temporal averages: ecological responses to extreme events may be exacerbated by local disturbances. Climate Change Responses 2: 6
  16. Jin XW, Wong ZJ, Wang YY, Lu YB, Jin W, Giesy JP, Leung KMY (2015) Do water quality criteria based on non-native species provide appropriate protection for native species? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34: 1793-1798
  17. Karczmarski L, Huang SL, Or CKM, Gui D, Chan SCY, Lin W, Porter L, Wong WH, Zheng R, Ho YW, Chui SYS, Tiongson AJC, Mo Y, Chang WL, Kwok JHW, Tang RWK, Lee ATL, Yiu SW, Keith M, Gailey G, Wu Y (2015). Humpback dolphins in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta: status, threats, and conservation challenges. Advances in Marine Biology 73: 27-64
  18. Lane A, Campanati C, Dupont S, Thiyagarajan V (2015) Trans-generational responses to low pH depend on parental gender in a calcifying tubeworm. Scientific Reports 5, Article number: 10847
  19. Lau ETC, Karraker NE, Leung KMY (2015) Temperature-dependent acute toxicity of methomyl pesticide on larvae of three Asian amphibian species. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34: 2322-2327
  20. Lauenstein GG, Leung KMY, Hall-Spencer JM (2015) The global importance of regional studies in marine science: Trans-boundary pollutants matter. Regional Studies in Marine Science 2: A1-A2
  21. Leung JYS, Russell BD, Connell SD, Ng JCY, Lo MMY (2015) Acid dulls the senses: impaired locomotion and foraging performance in a marine mollusc. Animal Behaviour 106: 223-229
  22. Leung KMY, Hall-Spencer J, Lauenstein G (2015) The need for regional studies in marine science. Regional Studies in Marine Science 1: 85-87
  23. Leung YH, Yung MMN, Ng AMC, Ma APY, Wong SWY, Chan CMN, Ng YH, Djurišić AB, Guo M, Wong MT, Leung FCC, Chan WK, Leung KMY, Lee HK (2015) Toxicity of CeO2 nanoparticles – the effect of nanoparticle properties. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 145: 48-59
  24. Li AJ, Leung PTY, Bao VWW, Lui GCS, Leung KMY (2015) Temperature-dependent physiological responses of the marine medaka Oryzias melastigma with consideration of both low and high thermal extremes. Journal of Thermal Biology 54: 98-105
  25. Li W, Han G, Dong Y, Ishimatsu A, Russell BD, Gao K (2015) Combined effects of short term ocean acidification and heat shock in a benthic copepod Tigriopus japonicus Mori. Marine Biology 162: 1901-1912
  26. Mertens NL, Russell BD, Connell SD (2015) Escaping herbivory: ocean warming as a refuge for primary producers where consumer metabolism and consumption cannot pursue. Oecologia 179: 1223-1229
  27. Mu H, Sun J, Fang L, Luan T, Williams GA, Cheung SG, Wong CKC, Qiu J (2015) Genetic basis of differential heat resistance between two species of congeneric freshwater snails: insights from quantitative proteomics and base substitution rate analysis. Journal of Proteome Research 14(10): 4296–4308
  28. Multiple authors & Sadovy de Mitcheson Y (2015) Mostly legal, but not sustainable: how airlines can support sustainable trade in live reef food fish. http://www.admcf.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/LRFFFINAL_FINAL-NOV61.pdf
  29. Multiple authors & Sadovy de Mitcheson Y (2015) Wildlife crime: is Hong Kong doing enough? http://www.greenpeace.org/hk/Global/hk/publications/oceans/2015/12/Wildlife-Crime-Report-Eng.pdf
  30. Nagelkerken I, Russell BD, Gillanders BM, Connell SD (2015) Ocean acidification alters fish populations indirectly through habitat modification. Nature Climate Change, published online 11/08/2015. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2757
  31. Nash MC, Russell BD, Dixon KR, Minglu L, Huifang X (2015) Discovery of the mineral brucite (magnesium hydroxide) in the tropical calcifying alga Polystrata dura. Journal of Phycology 51: 403-407
  32. Ng AMC, Guo MY, Leung YH, Chan CMN, Wong SWY, Yung MMN, Ma APY, Djurišić AB, Leung FCC, Leung KMY, Chan WK, Lee HK (2015) Metal oxide nanoparticles with low toxicity. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 151: 17-24
  33. Ng TPT, Williams GA (2015) Penis-rejection in a mangrove littorinid snail: why do females reject males? Journal of Molluscan Studies 81: 164-166
  34. Paoli F, Wirkner C, Cannicci S (2015) The branchiostegal lung of Uca vocans (Decapoda: Ocypodidae): unreported complexity revealed by corrosion casting and MicroCT techniques. Arthropod Structure & Development 44: 622-629
  35. Perkins MJ, Ng TPT, Dudgeon D, Bonebrake TC, Leung KMY (2015) Conserving intertidal habitats: What is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167: 504-515
  36. Pinkerton K, Baker DM, Cuddy MR, Raymundo LJ, Meyer KA, Kim K (2015) Nitrogen dynamics on Guam as revealed by the seagrass Enhalus acoroidesMarine Ecology Progress Series 528: 117-126
  37. Qiming Mei Q, Sadovy Y, Volodymyr Dvornyk V (2015) Molecular evolution of cryptochromes in fishes. Gene 574: 112-120
  38. Ragionieri L, Fratini S, Cannicci S (2015) Temporal patterns of megalopal settlement in different areas of an East African mangrove forest (Gazi Bay, Kenya). Hydrobiologia 749: 183–195
  39. Rhee JS, Lee YM, Kim BM, Leung KMY, Kim IC, Yim JH, Lee JS (2015) β-Naphthoflavone induces oxidative stress in the intertidal copepod, Tigriopus japonicus. Environmental Toxicology 30: 332-342
  40. Sadovy de Mitcheson Y (2015) The price of good taste. In: No More Endlings, Hegan A (ed), pp. 312-321
  41. Stafford R, Ng TPT, Williams GA, Davies MS (2015) A biologically relevant rapid quantification of physical and biological stress profile son rocky shores. Ecological Informatics 25: 43-48
  42. Sun PY, Foley HB, Bao VWW, Leung KMY, Edmands S (2015) Variation in tolerance to common marine pollutants among different populations in two species of the marine copepod Tigriopus. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22: 16143-16152
  43. Wang Z, Leung KMY (2015) Effects of unionised ammonia on tropical freshwater organisms: Implications on temperate-to-tropic extrapolation and water quality guidelines. Environmental Pollution 205: 240-249
  44. Xu EGB, Leung KMY, Morton B, Lee JHW (2015) An integrated environmental risk assessment and management framework for enhancing the sustainability of marine protected areas: the Cape d’Aguilar Marine Reserve case study in Hong Kong. Science of the Total Environment 505: 269-281
  45. Xu EGB, Morton B, Lee JHW, Leung KMY (2015). Environmental fate and ecological risks of nonylphenols and bisphenol A in the Cape D’Aguilar Marine Reserve, Hong Kong. Marine Pollution Bulletin 91: 128-138
  46. Yasuhara M, Hunt G, Okahashi H, et al. (2015) Taxonomy of Deep-sea Trachyleberidid, Thaerocytherid, and Hemicytherid Genera (Ostracoda). Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press. DOI: 10.5479/si.1943-6688.96
  47. Yasuhara M, Okahashi H, (2015) Late Quaternary deep-sea ostracod taxonomy of the eastern North Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Micropalaeontology 34: 21–49
  48. Yasuhara M, Tittensor DP, Hillebrand H, Worm B (2015) Combining marine macroecology and palaeoecology in understanding biodiversity: microfossils as a model. Biological Reviews. DOI:10.1111/brv.12223
  49. Yi AXL, Han JH, Lee JS, Leung KMY (2015) Toxicity of triphenyltin chloride to the rotifer Brachionus koreanus across different levels of biological organisation. Environmental Toxicology. DOI: 10.1002/tox.22018
  50. Yiu SW, Keith M, Karczmarski L, Parrini F (2015). Early post-release movement of reintroduced lions (Panthera leo) in Dinokeng Game Reserve, Gauteng, South Africa. European Journal of Wildlife Research 61: 861-870
  51. Yung MMN, Mouneyrac C, Leung KMY (2015). Ecotoxicity of zinc oxide nanoparticles in the marine environment. In: Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, Bhushan, B. (eds), Springer. pp 1-17, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-6178-0_100970-1
  52. Yung MMN, Wong SWY, Kwok KWH, Liu FZ, Leung YH, Chan WT, Li XY, Djurišić AB, Leung KMY (2015) Salinity-dependent toxicities of zinc oxide nanoparticles to the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. Aquatic Toxicology 165: 31-40
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