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Steven L Miller
Steven L Miller
Nova Southeastern University, Oceanographic Center
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Episodic nutrient transport to Florida coral reefs
JJ Leichter, HL Stewart, SL Miller
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (4), 1394-1407, 2003
3522003
Pulsed delivery of subthermocline water to Conch Reef (Florida Keys) by internal tidal bores
JJ Leichter, SR Wing, SL Miller, MW Denny
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (7), 1490-1501, 1996
3361996
Florida's mystery coral-killer identified
LL Richardson, WM Goldberg, KG Kuta, RB Aronson, GW Smith, ...
Nature 392 (6676), 557-558, 1998
3111998
Algal blooms on coral reefs: what are the causes?
T Hughes, AM Szmant, R Steneck, R Carpenter, S Miller
Limnology and Oceanography 44, 1583-1586, 1999
3011999
Priority effects in the recruitment of juvenile coral reef fishes
MJ Shulman, JC Ogden, JP Ebersole, WN McFarland, SL Miller, NG Wolf
Ecology 64 (6), 1508-1513, 1983
2801983
Recruitment of Ascophyllum nodosum: wave action as a source of mortality
R Vadas, WA Wright, SL Miller
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 61 (3), 263, 1990
2371990
Impacts of lost fishing gear on coral reef sessile invertebrates in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
M Chiappone, H Dienes, DW Swanson, SL Miller
Biological Conservation 121 (2), 221-230, 2005
2272005
Effects of nutrients versus herbivores on reef algae: a new method for manipulating nutrients on coral reefs
MW Miller, ME Hay, SL Miller, D Malone, EE Sotka, AM Szmant
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (8), 1847-1861, 1999
2121999
Climate change, coral reef ecosystems, and management options for marine protected areas
BD Keller, DF Gleason, E McLeod, CM Woodley, S Airamé, BD Causey, ...
Environmental management 44, 1069-1088, 2009
1512009
Viral tracer studies indicate contamination of marine waters by sewage disposal practices in Key Largo, Florida
JH Paul, JB Rose, J Brown, EA Shinn, S Miller, SR Farrah
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (6), 2230-2234, 1995
1461995
Ecological shifts along the Florida reef tract: the past as a key to the future
WF Precht, SL Miller
Geological approaches to coral reef ecology, 237-312, 2007
1432007
Occurrence and biological impacts of fishing gear and other marine debris in the Florida Keys
M Chiappone, A White, DW Swanson, SL Miller
Marine Pollution Bulletin 44 (7), 597-604, 2002
1212002
Nutrient and growth dynamics of Halimeda tuna on Conch Reef, Florida Keys: Possible influence of internal tides on nutrient status and physiology
JE Smith, CM Smith, PS Vroom, KL Beach, S Miller
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (6), 1923-1936, 2004
942004
Predicting high-frequency upwelling: Spatial and temporal patterns of temperature anomalies on a Florida coral reef
JJ Leichter, SL Miller
Continental Shelf Research 19 (7), 911-928, 1999
911999
Benthic habitat mapping in the Tortugas region, Florida
EC Franklin, JS Ault, SG Smith, J Luo, GA Meester, GA Diaz, ...
Marine Geodesy 26 (1-2), 19-34, 2003
882003
Large-scale surveys on the Florida Reef Tract indicate poor recovery of the long-spined sea urchin Diadema antillarum
M Chiappone, DW Swanson, SL Miller, SG Smith
Coral reefs 21 (2), 155-178, 2002
802002
Baseline multispecies coral reef fish stock assessment for the Dry Tortugas
JS Ault, SG Smith, GA Meester, J Luo, JA Bohnsack, SL Miller, DE Harper, ...
752002
Density, spatial distribution and size structure of sea urchins in Florida Keys coral reef and hard-bottom habitats
M Chiappone, DW Swanson, SL Miller
Marine Ecology Progress Series 235, 117-126, 2002
672002
Survivorship and growth in staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis) outplanting projects in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
M Ware, EN Garfield, K Nedimyer, J Levy, L Kaufman, W Precht, ...
PLoS One 15 (5), e0231817, 2020
652020
Nitrogen and oxygen isotopic signatures of subsurface nitrate seaward of the Florida Keys reef tract
JJ Leichter, S Wankel, A Paytan, K Hanson, S Miller, MA Altabet
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (3), 1258-1267, 2007
562007
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