BMS Read List
 
  Loss of seagrass results in changes to benthic infaunal community structure and decreased secondary production.
The York River, part of the Chesapeake Bay system, has lost an estimated 35% of benthic secondary productivity from 1971 to 2016 due to the loss of seagrass beds to unvegetated substrate. This loss could have negative consequences for the productivity of the system.
  Proceedings of the 11th International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology & Management
Celebrating its 40th year, the 11th International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology & Management recognizes the major advances in lobster research.
  The ecology and conservation of Cuba's coastal and marine ecosystems
This special issue celebrates Cuban marine science and conservation efforts, while recognizing that improved relations and increased tourism and trade could put some natural areas at risk.
  Understanding the structure and resilience of trophic dynamics in the northern Gulf of Mexico using network analysis
Gulf of Mexico trophic networks are less connected and complex than previously thought, which stresses the need for consistent reporting of stomach contents to improve understanding of the food habits of lesser-known taxa in this region.