Marine Ecology

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Edited By: Craig M. Young

Impact Factor: 2.561

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 14/100 (Marine & Freshwater Biology)

Online ISSN: 1439-0485

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The Dayton Legacy: Baselines, Benchmarks, Climate, Disturbance and Proof

Professor Paul K. Dayton's work has been truly international in terms of the range of habitats studied, collaboration, inspiration and respect. His influence resonates from the towers of Academia to non profits, local, state and federal government and international commissions.

The slideshow accompanies the Special Issue dedicated to Professor Dayton, which recognises and celebrates his ongoing contributions to field-based investigations and theory in marine ecology.

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Biological structures as a source of habitat heterogeneity and biodiversity on the deep ocean margins
Lene Buhl-Mortensen et al.

The influence of geological, geochemical, and biogenic habitat heterogeneity on seep biodiversity
Erik E. Cordes, Marina R. Cunha, Joëlle Galéron, Camilo Mora, Karine Olu-Le Roy, Myriam Sibuet, Saskia Van Gaever, Ann Vanreusel, Lisa A. Levin

The contribution of deep-sea macrohabitat heterogeneity to global nematode diversity
Ann Vanreusel et al.

Scales of habitat heterogeneity and megabenthos biodiversity on an extensive Australian continental margin (100-1100 m depths)
Alan Williams, Franziska Althaus, Piers K. Dunstan, Gary C.B. Poore, Nicholas J. Bax, Rudy J. Kloser, Felicity R. McEnnulty

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Move to Online Only publication

In 2013, Marine Ecology move to online only publication , in trend with Wiley's path of digital transformation, as the company invests in the customizable, technology-enabled products and services needed by our customers in the future.

The gradual migration of journals from print to solely online is part of this transition, supporting investment in forward-looking innovation and building online communities for journal readers and our society partners.

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