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Contributions 501 to present

  1. TAN, S.H., & P.K.L. NG. 2003. The Parthenopinae (Crustacea: Brachyura: Parthenopidae) of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:387–418.

  2. LAMBERT, G. 2002. Nonindigenous ascidians in tropical waters. Pacific Science 56:291–298.

  3. WARD, L. 2003. The cephalopods of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:296–304.

  4. WILES, G.J. 2003. A checklist of birds recorded in Guam’s marine habitats. Micronesica 35–36:665–679.

  5. MCLAUGHLIN, P.A. 2002. Pseudopaguristes, a new and aberrant genus of hermit crabs (Anomura: Paguridea: Diogenidae). Micronesica 34:185–199.

  6. NEWMAN, L., & P. SCHUPP. 2002. A new species of pseudocerotid flatworm from (Platyhelminthes, Polycladida) from the Indo-Pacific. Micronesica 34:177–184.

  7. SARDÁ, R., C. AVILA, & V.J. PAUL. 2002. An association between a syllid
    polychaete, Haplosyllis basticola n. sp., and the sponge Ianthella basta. Micronesica 34:165–175.

  8. NG, P.K.L. 2002. Olenothus, a new genus of euxanthine crab (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Xanthidae) from Guam. Micronesica 34:201–208.

  9. NG, P.K.L. 2002. On the identity of Pilumnus cristimanus A. Milne Edwards, 1873, and the status of Parapilumnus Kossmann, 1877 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura), with description of a new species from rubble beds in Guam. Micronesica 34:209–226.

  10. RUDD, M.A., & M. TUPPER. 2002. The impact of Nassau grouper size and abundance on scuba diver site selection and MPA economics. Coastal Management 30:133–151.

  11. WOLANSKI, E., R. RICHMOND, L. McCOOK, & H. SWEATMAN. 2003. Mud, marine snow and coral reefs. American Scientist 91:44–51.

  12. TUPPER, M. 2002. Essential fish habitat and marine reserves for grouper in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute 53:606–622.

  13. THACKER, R.W., & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Morphological, chemical, and genetic diversity of tropical marine cyanobacteria, Lyngbya spp. and Symploca spp. (Oscillatoriales). Journal of Phycology.

  14. LEE, H.-S., Y. SEO,J .-R. RHO, J. SHIN, & V.J. PAUL. 2001. New steroidal alkaloids from an undescribed sponge of the genus Corticium. Journal of Natural Products 64:1474–1476.

  15. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, V.J. PAUL, S.L. MOOBERRY, & T.H. CORBETT. 2002. Symplostatin 3, a new dolastatin 10 analogue from the marine cyanobacterium Symploca sp. VP452. Journal of Natural Products 65:16–20.

  16. WILLIAMS, P.G., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2002. Isolation and structure determination of obyanamide, a novel cytotoxic cyclic depsipeptide from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya confervoides. Journal of Natural Products 65:29–31.

  17. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2002. New apratoxins of marine cyanobacterial origin from Guam and Palau. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 10:1973–1978.

  18. LAMBERT, C.C. 2000. Germ-cell warfare in ascidians:  Sperm from one species can interfere with the fertilization of a second species. Biological Bulletin 198:22–25.

  19. LAMBERT, C.C. In Press. Germinal vesicle breakdown in ascidian oocytes is controlled by kinases and phosphatases. Journal of Experimental Zoology.

  20. TOLLER, W. W., R. ROWAN, & N. KNOWLTON. 2001. Zooxanthellae of the Montastraea annularis species complex: patterns of distribution of four taxa of Symbiodinium on different reefs and across depths. Biological Bulletin 201:348–359.

  21. TOLLER, W. W., R. ROWAN, & N. KNOWLTON. 2001. Repopulation of zooxanthellae in the Caribbean corals Montastraea annularis and M. faveolata following experimental and disease-associated bleaching. Biological Bulletin 201:360–373.

  22. POCHON, X., J. PAWLOWSKL, L. ZANINETTI, & R. ROWAN. 2001. High genetic diversity and relative specificity among Symbiodinium-like endosymbiotic dinoflagellates in soritid foraminiferans. Marine Biology 139:1069–1078.

  23. TOLLER, W.W., R. ROWAN, & N. KNOWLTON. 2002. Genetic evidence for a protozoan (phylum Apicomplexa) associated with corals of the Montastraea annularis species complex. Coral Reefs 21:143–146.

  24. CRUZ-RIVERA, E. & M.E. HAY. 2001. Macroalgal traits and the feeding and fitness of an herbivorous amphipod: the roles of selectivity, mixing, and compensation. Marine Ecology Progress Series 218:249–266.

  25. CRUZ-RIVERA, E. & M.E. HAY. 2003. Prey nutritional quality interacts with chemical defenses to affect consumer feeding and fitness. Ecological Monographs 73:483–506.

  26. CRUZ-RIVERA, E. & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Feeding by coral reef esograzers:  Algae or cyanobacteria? Coral Reefs.

  27. KERR, A.M., & A.S. QUENGA. 2004. Population variation of web-invading spiders (Theridiidae: Argyrodes spp.) on host webs in Guam, Mariana Islands, Micronesia. Journal of Natural History 38:671–680.

  28. BECERRO, M.A., R.W. THACKER, X. TURON, M.J. URIZ, & V.J. PAUL. 2003. Biogeography of sponge chemical ecology: Comparisons of tropical and temperate defenses. Oecologia.135:91–101.

  29. JAMESON, S.C., M.M. TUPPER, & J.M. RIDLEY. 2002. The three screen doors: Can Marine "Protected" Areas be effective? Marine Pollution Bulletin 44:1177–1183.

  30. TUPPER, M., & M.A. RUDD. 2002. Species-specific impacts of a small marine reserve on reef fish production and fishing productivity in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Environmental Conservation 29:484–492.

  31. DONALDSON, T.J., & J.M. FITZSIMONS. 2002. Prelude to biodiversity of Pacific Ocean fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 65:121–122.

  32. RITSON-WILLIAMS, R., S. SHJEGSTAD, & V.J. PAUL. 2003. Host specificity of four corallivorous Phestilla nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia). Marine Ecology Progress Series 255:207–218.

  33. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Aulopiformes: Lizardfishes and relatives. Pages 431–440 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 4:  Fishes I. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  34. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Percoidei II: Bluefishes, dolphinfishes, roosterfishes, and remoras. Pages 211–218 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  35. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Percoidei III: Grunters, temperate basses and perches, snooks and giant perches, and relatives. Pages 219–234 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  36. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Percoidei IV: Goatfishes, butterflyfishes, angelfishes, chubs, and relatives. Pages 235–254 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II.  The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  37. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Callionymoidei: Dragonets and relatives. Pages 365–372 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  38. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Gobiesocidei: Clingfishes and singleslits. Pages 355–364 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  39. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Acanthuroidei: Surgeonfishes and relatives. Pages 391–404 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  40. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Tetraodontiformes: Pufferfishes, triggerfishes and relatives. Pages 467–486 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  41. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Marine ecology. Pages 42–51 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 4:  Fishes I. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  42. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Behavior. Pages 60–71 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 4:  Fishes I. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  43. PAULAY, G., L. KIRKENDALE, G. LAMBERT, & C. MEYER. 2002. Anthropogenic biotic interchange in a coral reef ecosystem: A case study from Guam. Pacific Science 56:403–422.

  44. NEWMAN, L. J., G. PAULAY, & R. RITSON-WILLIAMS. 2003. Checklist of polyclad flatworms (Platyhelminthes) from Micronesian coral reefs. Micronesica 35–36:189–199.

  45. TSUDA, R.T. 2004. Hormophysa cuneiformis (Phaeophyta: Fucales) in Micronesia. Pacific Science 58:23–26.

  46. TSUDA, R.T. 2004. Dictyota (Phaeophyceae) from Micronesia.Pages 41–55 in I.A. Abbott & K.J. McDermid, editors. Taxonomy of Economic Seaweeds with Reference to the Pacific and Other Locations, Volume IX. Hawaii Sea Grant College Program. 281 pages.

  47. DONALDSON, T.J. 2003. Order Perciformes: Suborder Percoidei V: Groupers, sea basses, trevallys, snappers, emperors, and relatives. Pages 255–274 in D. Thoney and P. Loiselle, editors. Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 5:  Fishes II. The Gale Group, Farmington Hills, Michigan.

  48. STEUBE, K.G., C. MEYER, P. SCHUPP, P. PROKSCH, & H.G. DREXLER. 2003. Differential effects of staurosporine and its analogues on chemokine release by promyelocytic leukemia cell line NB-4. Leukemia Research 27:957–963.

  49. WOLANSKI, E., R.H. RICHMOND, G. DAVIS, E. DELEERSNIJDER, & R.R. LEBEN. 2003. Eddies around Guam, Mariana Island Group. Continental Shelf Research 23:991–1003.

  50. GOLBUU, Y., S. VICTOR, E. WOLANSKI, & R.H. RICHMOND. 2003. Trapping of fine sediment in a semi-enclosed bay, Palau, Micronesia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 57:1–9.
  51. WOLANSKI, E., R.H. RICHMOND, G. DAVIS, & V. BONITO. 2003. Water and finesediment dynamics in transient river plumes in a small, reef-fringed bay, Guam. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56:1–13.

  52. ROMANO, S.L., & R.H. RICHMOND. 2002. PCR-generated DNA fragment markersfor assessing genetic variation within scleractinian coral species. Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali 1:125–130.

  53. SADOVY, Y, M. KULBICKI, P. LABROSSE, Y. LETOURNEUR, P. LOKANI & T.J.DONALDSON. 2003. The humphead wrasse, Cheilinus undulatus: Synopsis of a threatened and poorly known giant coral reef fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 13:327–364.

  54. DONALDSON, T.J. 2001. Coral reef fishes. In P.R. Gil, R.P. Gil, A. Bolνvar, A.Brautigam, & M.D. Jones, editors. The Red Book: The Extinction Crisis Face to Face. CEMEX-IUCN, Mexico City. 311 pages.

  55. SADOVY, Y., T.J. DONALDSON, T.R. GRAHAM, F. MCGILVRAY, G.J.MULDOON, M.J. PHILLIPS, M.A. RIMMER, A. SMITH, & B. YEETING. 2003. The Live Reef Food Fish Trade, While Stocks Last. Asian Development Bank, Manila. 147 pages.

  56. RUDD, M.A., M. TUPPER, H. FOLMER, & G.C. VAN KOOTEN. 2003. Policyanalysis for tropical marine reserves: Challenges and directions. Fish and Fisheries 4(1):25–45.

  57. KUFFNER, I.B., & V.J. PAUL. 2004. Effects of the benthic cyanobacterium Lyngbyamajuscula on larval recruitment of the reef corals Acropora surculosa and Pocillopora
    damicornis
    . Coral Reefs 23:455–458.

  58. KELLY, W.C., III. In Press. Three novel vermetid gastropod species from Guam.Micronesica.

  59. DONALDSON, T.J., & N.K. DULVY. 2004. Threatened fishes of the world: (Valenciennes, 1840) (Scaridae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 70:373.

  60. TAYLOR, M.W., P.J. SCHUPP, I. DAHLLΦF, S. KJELLEBERG, & P.D.STEINBERG. 2004. Host specificity in marine sponge-associated bacteria, and potential implications for marine microbial diversity. Environmental Microbiology 6:121–130.

  61. BECERRO, M.A., & V.J. PAUL. 2004. Effects of depth and light on secondarymetabolites and cyanobacterial symbionts of the sponge Dysidea granulosa. Marine Ecology Progress Series 280:115–128.

  62. WOLANSKI, E., R.H. RICHMOND, & L. McCOOK. 2004. A model of the effects ofland-based, human activities on the health of coral reefs in the Great Barrier Reef and in Fouha Bay, Guam, Micronesia. Journal of Marine Systems 46:133–144.

  63. WILLIAMS, P.G., H. LUESCH, W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2003.Continuing studies on the cyanobacterium Lyngbya sp.: Isolation and structure determination of 15-norlyngbyapeptin A and lyngbyabellin D. Journal of Natural Products 66:595–598.

  64. WILLIAMS, P.G., R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2003. Isolation and structuredetermination of lyngbyastatin 3, a lyngbyastatin 1 homologue from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Determination of the configuration of the 4-amino-2,2-dimethyl-3-oxopentanoic acid unit in majusculamide C, dolastatin 12, lyngbyastatin 1, and lyngbyastatin 3 from cyanobacteria. Journal of Natural Products 66:1356–1363.

  65. WILLIAMS, P.G., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2004. Micromideand guamamide: Cytotoxic alkaloids from a species of the marine cyanobacterium Symploca. Journal of Natural Products 67:49–53.

  66. ROWAN, R. 2004. Thermal adaptation by reef coral symbionts. Nature 430:742–743.

  67. MATSON, E.A., & A.S.E. QUENGA. 2005. Occurrence and activity of nitrogen fixers in nitrogen-rich and nitrogen-poor habitats of Guam, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 37:271–285.

  68. KIRKENDALE, L.A., & C.P. MEYER. 2004. Phylogeography of the Patelloidaprofunda group (Gastropoda: Lottidae): Diversification in a dispersal-driven marine system. Molecular Ecology 13:2749–2762.

  69. McKENNA, S.A., R.H. RICHMOND, & G. ROOS. 2001. Assessing the effects ofsewage on coral reefs: Developing techniques to detect stress before coral mortality. Bulletin of Marine Science 69:517–523.

  70. KERR, A.M. 2005. Molecular and morphological supertree of stony corals (Anthozoa: Scleractinia) using matrix representation parsimony. Biological Reviews 80:514–529.

  71. KERR, A.M. 2005. Behavior of web-invading spiders Argyrodes argentatus(Theridiidae) in Argiope appensa (Araneidae) host webs, Guam, Mariana Islands, Micronesia. Journal of Arachnology 33:1–10.

  72. PROKSCH, P., R. EBEL, R.A. EDRADA, P. SCHUPP, W.H. LIN, SUDARSONO, V.WRAY, & K. STEUBE. 2003. Detection of pharmacologically active natural products using ecology. Selected examples from indopacific marine invertebrates and sponge-derived fungi. Pure and Applied Chemistry 75:343–352

  73. TAYLOR, M.W., P.J. SCHUPP, H.J. BAILLIE, T.S. CHARLTON, R. De NYS, S.KJELLEBERG, & P.D. STEINBERG. 2004. Evidence for acyl homoserine lactone signal production in bacteria associated with marine sponges. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70:4387–4389.

  74. SEIDEL, R.A. 2005. Rapid hydrostatic limb inflation in the prawn Macrobrachiumlar. Journal of Crustacean Biology 25:460–461.

  75. BECERRO, M.A., J.A. STARMER, &V.J. PAUL. 2006. Chemical defenses ofcryptic and aposematic gasteropterid molluscs feeding on their host sponge Dysidea granulosa. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32:1491–1500.

  76. BECERRO, M.A., V. BONITO, & V.J. PAUL. 2006. Effects of monsoon-driven wave action on coral reefs on Guam and implications for coral recruitment. Coral
    Reefs 25:193–199.

  77. KUSTER,C., V.C. VUKI, & L.P. ZANN. 2005. Long-term trends in subsistence fishing patterns and coral reef fisheries yield from a remote Fijian island. Fisheries Research 76:221–228.

  78. CAPPER, A., E. CRUZ-RIVERA, V.J. PAUL, & I.R. TIBBETTS. 2006. Chemicaldeterrence of a marine cyanobacterium against sympatric and non-sympatric consumers. Hydrobiologia 553:319-326.

  79. APPANA, S.D., & V. VUKI. 2006. Abundance, spatial distribution and bioerosion patterns of Echinometra sp. A (green white tip) ecomorph on Nukubuco Reef, Fiji. Proceedings of the Tenth International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa 938–945..

  80. APPANA, S.D., V.C. VUKI, & R.L. CUMMING. 2004. Variation in abundance and spatial distribution of ecomorphs of the sea urchins, Echinometra sp. nov. A and E. sp. nov. C on a Fijian reef. Hydrobiologia 518:105–110.

  81. RAYMUNDO, L.J.H., C. REBOTON, K. ROSELL, & L. KACZMARSKY. 2005. Coraldisease on Philippine reefs: Porites is a dominant host genus. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 64:181–191.

  82. APPANA, S.D., & V.C. VUKI. 2006. Foraging behaviour, substrate preference andinfluence of Echinometra sp. A on the carbonate budget of Nukubuco Reef, Fiji Islands. Micronesica 38:191–205.

  83. RITSON-WILLIAMS, R., M. YOTSU-YAMASHITA, & V.J. PAUL. 2006. Ecological functions of tetrodotoxin in a deadly polyclad flatworm. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, U.S. 103:3176–3179.

  84. TAYLOR, M.W., P.J. SCHUPP, R. de NYS, S. KJELLEBERG, & P.D. STEINBERG.2005. Biogeography of bacteria associated with the marine sponge Cymbastela concentrica. Environmental Microbiology 7:419–433

  85. SCHUPP, P.J., T.S. CHARLTON, M.W. TAYLOR, S. KJELLEBERG, & P.D.STEINBERG. 2005. Use of solid-phase extraction to enable enhanced detection of acyl homoserine lactones (AHLs) in environmental samples. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 383:132–137.

  86. SCHILS, T. 2006. The tripartite biogeographical index: A new tool for quantifyingspatio-temporal differences in distribution patterns. Journal of Biogeography 33: 560–572.

  87. KUSTER, C., V.C. VUKI, & L.P. ZANN. 2006. Validation of the accuracy ofhousehold reporting of subsistence fishing catch and effort: A Fijian case study. Fisheries Management and Ecology 13:177–184.

  88. SCHILS, T., & S.C. WILSON. 2006. Temperature threshold as a biogeographic barrier in northern Indian Ocean macroalgae. Journal of Phycology 42 (4).

  89. CRUZ-RIVERA, E., & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Chemical deterrence of a cyanobacterial metabolite against generalized and specialized grazers. Journal of Chemical Ecology

  90. TUPPER, M. In Press. Identification of essential nursery habitats for commerciallyvaluable humphead wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus) and large groupers (Pisces: Serranidae) in Palau. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

  91. TUPPER, M. In Press. Spillover of commercially valuable reef fishes from marineprotected areas in Guam, Micronesia. U.S. Fishery Bulletin.

  92. SEIDEL, R.A., R.L. SCHAEFER, & T.J. DONALDSON. In Press. The role of chelipedautotomy in the territorial behavior of the freshwater prawn Macrobrachium lar. Journal of Crustacean Biology

  93. JOHNSON, P.M., E. CRUZ-RIVERA, & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Species differences in sea hare palatability to reef fishes: Do "defensive secretions" truly defend? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.
  94. PAULAY, G. 2003. Marine biodiversity of Guam and the Marianas: Overview. Micronesica 35–36:3–25.
  95. ELDREDGE, L.G. 2003 A retrospective look at Guam's marine biodiversity. Micronesica 35–36:26–37.
  96. RITSON-WILLIAMS, R., & V.J. PAUL. 2007. Marine benthic invertebrates use multimodal cues for defense against reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 340:29–39.
  97. FITZPATRICK, S.M., & T.J. DONALDSON. 2007. Anthropogenic impacts to coral reefs in Palau, western Micronesia during the Late Holocene. Coral Reefs .
  98. RHODES, K.L. & M. TUPPER. 2007. A preliminary market-based analysis of the Pohnpei, Micronesia, grouper (Serranidae: Epinephelinae) fishery reveals unsustainable fishing practices. Coral Reefs 26:335–334.
  99. THOMS, C., & P. SCHUPP. 2005. Biotechnological potential of marine sponges and their associated bacteria as producers of new pharmaceuticals (Part I). Journal of Biotechnology Law 2:217–220.
  100. THOMS, C., & P. SCHUPP. 2005. Biotechnological potential of marine sponges and their associated bacteria as producers of new pharmaceuticals (Part II). Journal of Biotechnology Law 2:257–264.

 

 

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