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Beaugrand, G; Edwards, M; Brander, K; Luczak, C; Ibanez, F. 2008 Causes and prediction of abrupt climate-driven ecosystem shifts in the North Atlantic. Ecology Letters, 11 (11). 1157–1168.

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Bongalov, B; Burslem, DFRP; Jucker, T; Thompson, SED; Rosindell, J; Swinfield, T; Nilus, R; Clewley, D; Phillips, OL; Coomes, DA; Comita, L. 2019 Reconciling the contribution of environmental and stochastic structuring of tropical forest diversity through the lens of imaging spectroscopy. Ecology Letters, 22 (10). 1608-1619. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13357

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Cermeno, P; Maranon, E; Harbour, D; Harris, RP. 2006 Invariant scaling of phytoplankton abundance and cell size in contrasting marine environments. Ecology Letters, 9. 1210 - 1215. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1461-0248.2006.00973.x

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Claudet, J; Osenberg, CW; Benedetti-Cecchi, L; Domenici, P; Somerfield, PJ. 2008 Marine reserves: size and age do matter. Ecology Letters, 11. 481 - 489. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1461-0248.2008.01166.x

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Daines, SJ; Clark, JR; Lenton, TM. 2014 Multiple environmental controls on phytoplankton growth strategies determine adaptive responses of the N : P ratio. Ecology Letters, 17 (4). 414-425. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12239

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Kazamia, E; Helliwell, KE; Purton, S; Smith, AG; Fussmann, G. 2016 How mutualisms arise in phytoplankton communities: building eco-evolutionary principles for aquatic microbes. Ecology Letters, 19 (7). 810-822. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12615

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Segura, AM; Calliari, D; Lan, BL; Fort, H; Widdicombe, CE; Harmer, RA; Arim, M. 2017 Community fluctuations and local extinction in a planktonic food web. Ecology Letters. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12749

Sunday, JM; Pecl, GT; Frusher, S; Hobday, AJ; Hill, N; Holbrook, NJ; Edgar, GJ; Stuart-Smith, R; Barrett, N; Wernberg, T; Watson, RA; Smale, DA; Fulton, EA; Slawinski, D; Feng, M; Radford, BT; Thompson, PA; Bates, AE; Worm, B. 2015 Species traits and climate velocity explain geographic range shifts in an ocean-warming hotspot. Ecology Letters, 18 (9). 944-953. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12474

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