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Explore Mote Marine Laboratory's latest marine science by searching and browsing our peer-reviewed scientific journal articles, books and chapters.

This page launched in 2024 and is continually adding new citations. Thanks for your patience as we continue to upload Mote's collection dating back to the 1930s. See all citations by year in our annual reports.

2024 Scientific Publications

Emily R. Hall, Cynthia A. Heil, Jessica D. Frankle, Sarah Klass, Victoria Devillier, Vincent Lovko, Jennifer H. Toyoda and Richard Pierce (2024). Mitigation of Karenia brevis Cells and Brevetoxins Using Curcumin, a Natural Supplement. Water, 16, 1458.
Emily R. Hall, Kimberly K. Yates, Katherine A. Hubbard, Matthew J. Garrett and Jessica D. Frankle (2024). Nutrient and carbonate chemistry patterns associated with Karenia brevis blooms in three West Florida Shelf estuaries 2020-2023. Frontiers in Marine Science, 11, 1331285.
Tracy A. Sherwood, Rebecca Medvecky, Christelle Miller, Dana L. Wetzel (2024). Biochemical, molecular, and physiological assessments of crude oil dietary exposure in sub-adult red drum. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 278, 109864.
Neil D. Cook, Gina M. Clementi, Kathryn I. Flowers, Lanya Fanovich, Jo Cable, Sarah E. Perkins, Aljoscha Wothke, Ryan S. Mohammed, Demian D. Chapman (2024). Elasmobranch diversity around the southern Caribbean island of Tobago: opportunities for conservation in a regional trade hub. Journal of the marine biological association of the united kingdom, 104(e8), 1-10. S0025315423000917
Jonathan P.A. Gardner, Barbara Lausche, Simon J. Pittman, Anna Metaxas (2024). Marine connectivity conservation: Guidance for MPA and MPA network design and management. Marine Policy, 167, 106250.
Bruce E. Kurtz, James E. Landmeyer, James K. Culter (2024). Detection of periodic peaks in Karenia brevis concentration consistent with the time-delay logistic equation. Science of The Total Environment, 946, 174061.
Ault, G., Lembke, C., Stallings, C., Peebles, E., Ainsworth, C., Babcock, E., Chagaris, D., Boswell, K., Caffrey, J., Grubbs, D., Vander Zanden, H., Mansfield, K., Sloan, K. Wells, R., Walker, B., Braswell, A., Deitch, M., Graham, J., Rosenheim, B. (2024). Results and Impacts of the First Decade of the Florida RESTORE Act Centers of Excellence Program. Florida RESTORE Act Centers of Excellence Program, 10.

2023 Scientific Publications

James K. Culter, Emily R. Hall, Greg Byrd, Cody Cole (2023). Diving Techniques for Exploration of Submarine Karst Features of the West Florida Continental Shelf. Diving for Science 2023: Proceedings of the AAUS 40th Scientific Symposium, 1-13. ISBN - 978-0-9962343-6-8
Ashley Barratclough, Wayne E. McFee, Megan Stolen, Aleta A. Hohn, Gretchen N. Lovewell, Forrest M. Gomez, Cynthia R. Smith, Daniel Garcia-Parraga, Randall S. Wells, Celeste Parry, Risa Daniels, Sam H. Ridgway, and Lori Schwacke (2023). How to estimate age of old bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus); by tooth or pectoral flipper?. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10, 1135521.
Eric Angel Ramos1,2 | Beth Brady3 | Jake Andrew Lasala3 | Angus Liebschner4 | Sander Obbink4 | Zoe Walker4 | Maegan Rebello5 | Marcelo O. Magnasco1 (2023). Antillean manatee calves in captive rehabilitation change vocal behavior in anticipation of feeding. Zoo Biology, 1-7.
Bruce E. Kurtz, James E. Landmeyer, James K. Culter (2023). Precipitation, submarine groundwater discharge of nitrogen, and red tides along the southwest Florida Gulf coast.. Heliyon, 9, e16046.
Fahlman, A., Tyson Moore, R. B., Stone, R., Sweeney, J., Faulkner Trainor, R., Barleycorn, A. A., McHugh, K., Allen, J. B., Wells, R. S. (2023). Deep diving by offshore bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops spp.). Marine Mammal Science.
Nicolas R. Evensen, Katherine E. Parker, Thomas A. Oliver, Stephen R. Palumbi, Cheryl A. Logan, James S. Ryan, Courtney N. Klepac, Gabriela Perna, Mark E. Warner, Christian R. Voolstra , Daniel J. Barshis (2023). The Coral Bleaching Automated Stress System (CBASS): A low-cost, portable system for standardized empirical assessments of coral thermal limits. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 21, 421–434.
Simpfendorfer, C. A., Heithaus, M. R., Heupel, M. R., MacNeil, M. A., Meekan, M., Harvey, E., Sherman, C. S., Currey-Randall, L. M., Goetze, J. S., Kiszka, J. J., Rees, M. J., Speed, C. W., Udyawer, V., Bond, M. E., Flowers, K. I., Clementi, G. M., Valentin-Albanese, J., Adam, M. S., Ali, K., … Chapman, D. D. (2023). Widespread diversity deficits of coral reef sharks and rays. Science, 380(6650), 1155-1160.
Gantt, S.E., Keister, E.F., Manfroy, A.A., Merck, D.E., Fitt, W.K., Muller, E.M. and Kemp, D.W. (2023). Wild and nursery-raised corals: comparative physiology of two framework coral species.. Coral Reefs.
Sayigh, L. S., El Haddad, N., Tyack, P. L., Janik, V. M., Wells, R. S., & Jensen, F. H. (2023). Bottlenose dolphin mothers modify signature whistles in the presence of their own calves. Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, 27(27).
Courtney N. Klepac, Katherine R. Eaton, Chelsea G. Petrik, Lindsay N. Arick, Emily R. Hall and Erinn M. Muller (2023). Symbiont composition and coral genotype determines massive coral species performance under end-of-century climate scenarios. Frontiers in Marine Science, 10, 164.
DiMaggio, K. M., Acevedo, M. A., McHugh, K. A., Wilkinson, K. A., Allen, J. B., Wells, R. S. (2023). The fitness consequences of human-wildlife interactions on foraging common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in Sarasota Bay, Florida. Marine Mammal Science, 1-17. 10.1111/mms.13042
Fhalman, A., Allen, A., Blawas, A., Sweeny, J., Stone, Rae., Faulkner Trainor, R., Jensen, F. H., McHugh, K., Allen, J. B., Barleycorn, A. A., Wells, R. S. (2023). Surface and diving metabolic rates, and dynamic aerobic dive limits (dADL) in near- and off-shore bottlenose dolphins, Tursiops spp., indicate that deep diving is energetically cheap.. Marine Mammal Science, 1-18.