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Clarks Summit128
The impact of climate change on mediterranean intertidal communities: losses in coastal ecosystem integrity and services110
Aggregation and spawning in the tiger grouper, Mycteroperca tigris (Pisces: Serranidae)113
Pathways of anthropogenic nitrogen in the coastal environment of Hong Kong10
Temperature-dependent physiological responses of the marine medaka oryzias melastigma: Implication on pollutant responses at thermal extremes85
Conserving intertidal habitats: what is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures?93
Critical Information Gaps Impeding Understanding of the Role of Larval Connectivity Among Coral Reef Islands in an Era of Global Change39
A comprehensive literature review of marine biodiversity in Hong Kong113
Plasticity in the temporal organization of behaviour in the limpet Cellana grata104
Misinterpreting species distribution patterns: the impact of cryptic species on ecological studies and climate change predictions80
Long-Term Spatio-Temporal Trends of Organotin Contaminations in the Marine Environment of Hong Kong100
Fighting for mates: the importance of individual size in mating contests in rocky shore littorinids89
Molecular detection of anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing (Anammox) bacteria in high-temperature petroleum reservoirs103
Reproductive behaviour of mangrove littorinid snails: how do males successfully mate with females?77
De novo transcriptome assembly of the marine gastropod Reishia clavigera for supporting toxic mechanism studies93
Spatial and temporal variation in diets of the crabs Metopograpsus frontalis (Grapsidae) and Perisesarma bidens (Sesarmidae): Implications for mangrove food webs160
Reefs of the future: Water quality constrains coral biodiversity in an urbanized seascape103
Variations in cardiac performance and heat shock protein expression to thermal stress in two differently zoned limpets on a tropical rocky shore121
Temporal genetic variation in populations of the limpet Cellana grata from Hong Kong shores151
Rasping patterns of the high-shore limpet Cellana grata63
Anthropogenic nitrogen inputs to Saipan’s coastal waters: Exploring sources, pathways, and ecosystem resilience19
Live together or die trying; diversity in host symbiont communities25
Nitrogen Identity Drives Differential Impacts of Nutrients on Coral Bleaching and Mortality13
Isoform-specific responses of metallothioneins in the green-lipped mussel perna viridis after exposure to cadmium and hydrogen peroxide82
Linking behaviour and climate change: insights from intertidal snails78
Spatial, seasonal, and ontogenetic variations in the significance of detrital pathways and terrestrial carbon for a benthic shark, Chiloscyllium plagiosum (Hemiscylliidae), in a tropical estuary204
No precopulatory inbreeding avoidance in the intertidal snail Littorina saxatilis67
Spatial and temporal variability of intertidal rocky shore bivalves and gastropods in Sichang Island, East coast of Thailand164
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) does not alter metamorphosis but changes proteome of the invasive sleeper limpet Crepidula onyx74
Knowing when to stop: Rhythms of locomotor activity in the high-shore limpet, Cellana grata Gould117
Conserving intertidal habitats: what is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures?136
Grazing by high-shore littorinids on a moderately exposed tropical rocky shore.119
Nitrogen sources and cycling revealed by dual isotopes of nitrate in a complex urbanized environment52
Temperature-dependent toxicities of nano-zinc oxides on three marine organisms85
Larval growth response of the Portuguese oyster (Crassostrea angulata) to multiple climate change stressors103
Water–effect ratio of copper and its application on setting site-specific water quality criteria for protecting marine ecosystems of Hong Kong83
Beyond long-term averages: making sense of a rapidly changing world55
What drives foraging behaviour of the intertidal limpet Cellana grata? A quantitative test of a dynamic optimization model89
Population dynamics of the rock shell Reishia clavigera associated with different degrees of organotin contamination in Hong Kong69
Monitoring climate change along the NW Pacific coast: challenges and opportunities30
Comparative growth rates of cultured marine dinoflagellates in the genus Symbiodinium and the effects of temperature and light39
A novel method to estimate the spatial scale of mate choice in the wild47
Enemies with benefits: parasitic endoliths protect mussels against heat stress91
Physiological responses of two acorn barnacles, Tetraclita japonica and Megabalanus volcano, to summer heat stress on a tropical shore62
Battle for females: male fighting behaviour in littorinids71
Building Blue Networks: Measuring and Conserving Marine Biodiversity8
The past, present, and future of Hong Kong corals: hope for marine ecosystems found in an unlikely place13
Facing a wicked problem with optimism: issues and priorities for coral conservation in Hong Kong42
Come rain or shine: The combined effects of physical stresses on physiological and protein-level responses of an intertidal limpet in the monsoonal tropics141
Temperature-dependent physiological responses of the marine medaka oryzias melastigma: Implication on pollutant responses at thermal extremes120
Stable isotopes as a useful tool for revealing the environmental fate and trophic effect of open-sea-cage fish farm wastes on marine benthic organisms with different feeding guilds184
Conserving intertidal habitats: What is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures?94
Sampling scale can cause bias in positive assortative mating estimates: evidence from two intertidal snails72
Linking behaviour and climate change in intertidal ectotherms: insights from littorinid snails34
Cheats in a cooperative behaviour? Behavioural differences and breakdown of cooperative behaviour in aggregating, intertidal littorinids (Mollusca)153
Comparative transcriptomics across populations offers new insights into the evolution of thermal resistance in marine snails71
Combined effects of thermal conditions and food availability on thermal tolerance of the marine bivalve <i>Perna viridis<i>56
How hot for how long? The potential role of heat intensity and duration in moderating the beneficial effects of an ecosystem engineer on rocky shores60
Sex on the beach: a cocktail of behavioural repertoires which drive size-assortative mating in rocky shore littorinids?181
MarineGEO: Big Data from a Big Ocean50
Impact of atmospheric deposition to coastal waters of Hong Kong29
Size and position (sometimes) matter: small-scale patterns of heat stress associated with two co-occurring mussels with different thermoregulatory behaviour69
Hong Kong’s marine environments: History, challenges and opportunities207
Sexual selection in marine snails using littorinids as model species62
The Causal Relationship Between Sexual Selection And Sexual Size Dimorphism In Marine Gastropods29
Reproduction in an aggregating grouper, the red hind, Epinephelus guttatus107
Coral isoscapes reveal varied nitrogen sources and dynamics in Hong Kong’s coastal environment89
Penis-rejection in a mangrove littorinid snail: why do females reject males?90
Coral communities of Hong Kong: Long-lived corals in a marginal reef environment260
Analysis of Pacific oyster larval proteome and its response to high-CO2143
Hong Kong’s rich marine biodiversity: the unseen wealth of South China’s megalopolis147
Elemental patterns in red hind (Epinephelus guttatus) otoliths from Bermuda and Puerto Rico reflect growth rate, not temperature132
Nitrogen isotopes in a complex urbanized marine environment17
Cloning and characterization of a novel metallothionein gene in the green lipped mussel Perna viridis82
Differential effects of coral-giant clam assemblages on biofouling formation7
The Effects Of Symbiodinium (pyrrhophyta) Identity On Growth, Survivorship, And Thermal Tolerance Of Newly Settled Coral Recruits153
Deriving sediment quality guidelines from field-based species sensitivity distributions170
Structural traits dictate abiotic stress amelioration by intertidal oysters27
Eutrophication around a mega-city in a mega-estuary: the perspective of dual nitrate isotopes in Hong Kong69
A biologically relevant rapid quantification of physical and biological stress profiles on rocky shores80
The effect of coral ontogeny on symbiont uptake in newly settled Orbicella faveolata recruits57
Robustness of self-organised systems to changes in behaviour: An example from real and simulated self-organised snail aggregations99
Metabolic depression as a key mechanism to survive high on the shore18
Reactions of Heaviside's dolphins to tagging attempts using remotely-deployed suction-cup tags112
Reefs of Future Present: Hong Kong Corals from the Qing Dynasty to the Information Age108
Cheating the locals: invasive mussels steal and benefit from the cooling effect of indigenous mussels88
Temperature-dependent physiological responses of the marine medaka Oryzias melastigma to copper exposure85
Doing the right thing at the right time: behavioural partitioning in tropical littorinid snails72
Variations in physiological responses to thermal stress in congeneric limpets in the Mediterranean Sea122
Imposex status associated with organotin contamination in Reishia clavigera after reciprocal transplantation between clean and polluted sites in Hong Kong86
Which species will proliferate? Hong Kong as a coral acclimatization experiment for climate change116
Eutrophication around a mega-city in a mega-estuary: the perspective of dual nitrate isotopes in Hong Kong50
Seasonal dynamics of anammox bacteria in estuarial sediment of the mai po nature reserve revealed by analyzing the 16s rRNA and hydrazine oxidoreductase (hzo) genes150
A turnaround at Sanya National Coral Reef Nature Reserve?129
Conserving intertidal habitats: what is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures?147
Differential sensitivity of larvae to ocean acidification in two interacting mollusc species71
Multi functional behaviour in a sandy shore crab enhances performance in extreme intertidal environments71
Review of measured concentrations of triphenyltin compounds in marine ecosystems and meta-analysis of their risks to humans and the environment104
Non-climatic thermal adaptation: Implications for species' responses to climate warming138
Mucus trail following as a mate-searching strategy in mangrove littorinid snails117
Size-dependent male mate preference and its association with size-assortative mating in a mangrove snail, littoraria ardouiniana85
Effect of Competition on Growth and Fitness of Symbiodinium Populations in Culture88
Standing in the sun: infrared thermography reveals distinct thermal regulatory behaviours in two tropical high-shore littorinid snails60