Coral Reefs publication
Richard B. Aronson
raronson at jaguar1.usouthal.edu
Thu Aug 2 13:36:31 EDT 2001
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At 10:11 AM 8/2/2001 +1000, Neil Mattocks wrote:
>The latest issue of Coral Reefs, 19(4), is devoted to papers exploring the
>relationships among herbivory, nutrient input, coral mortality, and algal
>abundance. Edited by biological editor Alina Szmant and guest editors Bob
>Carpenter, Margaret Miller and Laurence McCook, the papers are an
>indication of significant progress on these problems. This issue is
>compelling reading: a real page-turner! Congratulations to the authors
>and editors on an excellent job.
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