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1551. Smith, S.V., 1978
Alkalinity depletion to estimate the clacification of coral reefs in flowing waters,
p. 397-404. In D.R. Stoddart and R.E. Johannes (eds.) Coral reefs: research methods. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 581 p.


1552. Green, E., R. Wood, R. P. Stumpf, G. C. Feldman, N. Kuring, B. Franz, A. Holt, C. Ravillious, J. Oliver and J. A. Robinson, 2006
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All our eggs in one basket: the present state of coral reef conservation
Proceedings of 10th International Coral Reef Symposium, Okinawa, Japan. June 28-July 2, 2004. 1504-1510 pp


1553. Townsville Harbour Board, 1970
Alledged pollution by dredge spoil. Townsville
Townsville Harbour Board ??


1554. Whittaker, R.H. & Feeny, 1971
Allelochemicals: chemical interactions between species.
Science 171:757-770


1555. Engel, S. and J.R. Pawlik, 2000
Allelopathic activities of sponge extracts.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 207:273-281.


1556. Jackson, J.B.C. & Buss, L., 1975
Allelopathy and spatial competition among coral reef invertebrates.
Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., USA, 72:5160-5163


1557. Anon., 1986
Aller plonger aux Comores.
Océans


1558. Ferse, S.C.A., M.M Costa, M. Schwerdtner, D.S. Adhuri and M, Glaser, 2010
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Allies, not aliens: increasing the role of local communities in marine protected area implementation
Environmental Conservation (2010), 37: 23-34 Cambridge University Press.


1559. Frank, U., I. Brickner, B. Rinkevich, Y. Loya, R.P.M. Bak, Y. Achituv and M. Ilan, 1995
Allogeneic and xenogeneic interactions in reef-building corals may induce tissue growth without calcification.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 124:181-188


1560. Hildemann, W.H., Jokiel, P.L., Bigger, C.H. & Johnston, I.S., 1980
Allogeneic polymorphism and alloimmune memory in the coral {Montipora} {verrucosa}.
Transplantation 30:297-301


1561. Smith, L.C. & Hildemann, W.H., 1986
Allogenic cell interactions during graft rejection in {Callyspongia} {diffusa} (Porifera:Demospongia); a study with monoclonal antibodies.
Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 266:465-477


1562. Smith, L.C. & Hildemann, W.H., 1986
Allograft rejection, autograft fusion and inflammatory responses to injury in {Callyspongia} {diffusa} (Porifera;Demospongia).
Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 226:445-464


1563. Frank, U. and B. Rinkevich, 2001
Alloimmune memory is absent in the Red Sea hydrocoral Millepora dichtomo.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 291:25-29


1564. Frank, U. & B. Rinkevich, 2001
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Alloimmune Memory is Absent in the Red Sea Hydrocoral Millepora dichotoma.
Journal of Experimental Zoology (Mol Dev Evol) 291:25-29 (2001)


1565. Rinkevich, B., U. Frank, R.P.M. Bak and W.E.G. Müller, 1994
Alloimmune responses between Acropora hemprichi conspecifics: nontransitive patterns of overgrowth and delayed cytotoxicity.
Mar. Biol. 118:731-737.


1566. Salter-Cid, L. & Bigger, C.H., 1991
Alloimmunity in the gorgonian coral Swifta exserta
Biol. Bull. Mar. Biol. Lab. Woods Hole 181:127-134


1567. Foster, A.B., K.G. Johnson and L.L. Schultz, 1988
Allometric change and heterochrony in the freeliving coral Trachyphyllia bilobata (Duncan).
Coral Reefs 7(1):37-44.


1568. Vollmer, S.V. and P.J. Edmunds, 2000
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Allometric scaling in small colonies of the scleractinian coral Siderastrea siderea (Ellis and Solander).
The Biological Bulletin, Vol 199, Issue 1 21-28


1569. Vollmer, S.V. and P.J. Edmunds, 2000
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Allometric scaling in the scleractinian Siderastrea siderea (Ellis and Solander).
Biological Bulletin 199: 21-28.


1570. Foster, A.B., Johnson, K.G. & Schultz, L.L., 1988
Allometric shape change and heterochrony in the freeliving coral {Trachyphyllia} {bilobata}.
Coral Reefs 7:37-44


1571. Kim, K. and H. R. Lasker, 1998
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Allometry of resource capture in colonial cnidarians and constraints on modular growth.
Functional Ecology 12: 646–654


1572. Ager, D.V., 1983
Allopatric speciation - an example from the Mesozoic Brachiopoda.
Palaeontology 26: 555-564


1573. Rinkevich, B., 2004
Allorecognition and xenorecognition in reef corals: a decade of interactions.
Hydrobiologia Volume 530-531, Issue 1 : 443-450


1574. Frank, U., R.P.M. Bak and B. Rinkevich, 1996
Allorecognition responses in the soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum from the Red Sea.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 197:191-201.


1575. Achituv, Y. & Mizrahi, L., 1987
Allozyme differences between tidal levels in {Tetraclita} {squamosa} Pilsbry from the Red Sea.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 108:181-189


1576. Ridgway, T., 2005
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Allozyme electrophoresis still represents a powerful technique in the management of coral reefs.
Biodiversity and Conservation 14: 135–149


1577. Richardson, B.J., Bavestock, P.R. & Adams, M., 1986
Allozyme Electrophoresis: A Handbook for Animal Systematics and Population Studies.
Academic Press, Sydney. 410pp


1578. Geertjes, G.J., J. Postema, A. Kamping, W. van Delden, J. J. Videler and L. van de Zande, 2004
Allozymes and RAPDs detect little genetic population substructuring in the Caribbean stoplight parrotfish Sparisoma viride.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 279:225-235


1579. Stoddart, D.R., 1975
Almost-atoll of Aitukaki: Geomorphology of reefs and islands.
Atoll Res. Bull. 190:31-58.


1580. Stoddart, D. R. and P. E. Gibbs, 1975
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Almost-Atoll of Aitutaki: Reef Studies in the Cook Islands, South Pacific
Atoll Research Bulletin, The Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C. (190): 235 pp


1581. Oppel, F. and T. Meisel, 1871
Along the Florida Reef.
pp. 265-309. In: Tales of Old Florida. Castle Press. Seacaucus, NJ.


1582. Kaplan, D.M., 2006
Alongshore advection and marine reserves: consequences for modeling and management.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 309:11-24


1583. Murillo, M.M. and J. Cortes, 1984
Alta mortalidad en la poblacion del erizo de mar Diadema antillarum Phillippi (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) en la Parque Nacional Cahuita, Limon.
Rev. Biol. Trop. 32(1):167-169.


1584. Brakel, W.H., 1981
Alteration and destruction of coastal habitats: Implications for marine fisheries,
In: Proceedings of the Workshop of Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute on Aquatic Resources of Kenya. Kenya.


1585. Fine, M. and Y. Loya, 2003
Alternate coral-bryozoan competitive superiority during coral bleaching.
Marine Biology 142: 989-996


1586. Lawrence, J.M., 1982
Alternate stable states of populations of Echinometra mathaei (de Blainville) (Echinodermata: Echinoida) in the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba,
International Conference on Marine Science in the Red Sea. 50th Anniversary Al-Ghardaqa Marine Biological Station, Egypt, 24-28 April 1982.


1587. Tudhope, A. W., R.W. Buddemeier, C.P. Chilcott, K.R. Berryman, D.G. Fautin, M. Jebb, J.H. Lipps, R.G. Pearce, T.P. Scoffin and G.P. Shimmield, 2000
Alternating seismic uplift and subsidence in the late Holocene at Madang, Papua New Guinea: Evidence from raised reefs.
Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 105(B6): 13797-13807.


1588. Crosby, M.P., K.S. Geenen and R. Bohne, 2000
Alternative access management strategies for marine and coastal protected areas: a reference manual for their development and assessment.
US Man and the biosphere program, Washington DC, pp 168


1589. Karlson, R.H., 1980
Alternative competetive strategies in a periodically disturbed habitat.
Bull. Mar. Sci. 30:894-900


1590. Tuomi, J., Hakala, T. & Haukioja, E., 1983
Alternative concepts of reproductive effort, costs of reproduction, and selection in life history evolution.
Amer. Zool. 23:25-34


1591. Perera, N., D. Wilhelmsson and J. Tamelander, 2005
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Alternative Livelihoods as a Tool for Sustainable Coral Reef Management in Sri Lanka
In Souter, D and O. Linden (eds). 2005. Coral reef degradation in the Indian Ocean. Status Report 2005. CORDIO (Coastal Oceans Research and Development in the Indian Ocean). Mombasa


1592. Perera, N., 2002
Alternative livelihoods for dependants of coral reefs in Sri Lanka.
South Asian Cooperative Environment Program (SACEP), 10 Anderson Road, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka.


1593. Warner, R.R., 1985
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Alternative mating behaviors in a coral reef fish: a life-history analysis.
p. 145-150. In: C. Gabrie and B. Salvat (assoc. eds.) Proceedings Of The Fifth International Coral Reef Congress. Tahiti, 27 May -1 June 1985. Vol. 4: Symposia and Seminars (B).


1594. Warner, R.R., 1985
Alternative mating behaviours in a coral reef fish: life-history analysis.
Proc. Fifth Inter. Coral Reef Congress, Tahiti 4:145-150


1595. Munro, J.L., 1995
Alternative strategies for coastal fisheries rehabilitation.
In J.L. Munro, M.C. Balgos(Ed.). Artificial reefs in the Philippines.. ICLARM Conf. Procs. 49 42-51 p.


1596. Ireland, C., D. Malleret, and L. Baker., 2004
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Alternative sustainable livelihoods for coastal communities. A review of experience and guide to best practice
IUCN. Nairobi


1597. Haribon Foundation, 1997
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Alternative to sodium cyanide use in aquarium fish collection.
Final Project Report Submitted to the International Development and Research Center- Canada


1598. Jeffrey, C. F. G. and Jennings, C. A., 1999
Alternative views on estimating subsistence consumption of coral reef fishes in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Conservation Biology 13:939-941


1599. Pajaro, M., 1993
Alternatives to cyanide use in aquarium fish collection: a community-based approach,
p. 1039. In: R.H. Richmond (ed.) Proceedings of the 7th International Coral Reef Symposium Vol. 2. University of Guam Press, UOG Station, Guam. (abstract)


1600. Pajaro, M.G., 1992
Alternatives to sodium cyanide use on aquarium fish collection: a community based approach.
Sea Wind 6:2-17.


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