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  1. Key Bibliography: 17 items
    1. Main Recommendation: 1 item
      1. Marine biology: function, biodiversity, ecology - Jeffrey S. Levinton 2018, ♭2018

        Book Recommended

    2. Additional Reading: 9 items
      1. Marine Biology: An Ecological Approach - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Book Further

      2. The Biology of the Deep Ocean - Peter Herring 2002

        Book Further

      3. The Biology of the Deep Ocean - Peter J. Herring 2002 (electronic book)

        Book Further

      4. Marine Pollution - R. B. Clark 2001

        Book Further

      5. Marine Mammal Biology: An Evolutionary Approach - A. Rus Hoelzel 2002 (electronic book)

        Book Further

      6. The Biology of Coral Reefs - Charles Sheppard, Simon K. Davy, Graham M. Pilling 2009

        Book Further

    3. Web links: 2 items
    4. Links to key marine biological journals with electronic access from RHUL: 5 items
  2. Lectures 1-2. Introduction to the marine environment: 43 items
    1. Lecture 1: 3 items
      1. The Oceanic Environment - Jeffrey Levinton 2017

        Chapter Essential

      2. OR

      3. Introduction to the Marine Environment - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Chapter Essential

    2. Lecture 2: 3 items
      1. Marine biology: function, biodiversity, ecology - Jeffrey S. Levinton 2018, ♭2018

        Book Essential Parts of chapters 7, 8 and 11 have further details on the main groups

      2. OR

      3. Marine Biology: An Ecological Approach - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Book Essential Chapter 1. The Marine Environment; Chapter 2. Plankton and plankton communities; Chapter 3. Oceanic nekton; Taxonomic Appendix, p. 541 – 549.

    3. PDF of papers used as basis for demonstration poster: 2 items
      1. Plastic in the Thames: A River Runs Through It - David Morritt, Paris V. Stefanoudis, Dave Pearce, Oliver A. Crimmen 2014

        Article Recommended

    4. Recent papers from Marine Ecology Progress Series which can be used as the basis for coursework posters: 35 items
  3. Lectures 3-6. Coral Reefs: 29 items
    1. General Coverage: 3 items
      1. OR

      2. Tropical Communities - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Chapter Essential

    2. More in-depth: 1 item
      1. The Biology of Coral Reefs - Charles Sheppard, Simon K. Davy, Graham M. Pilling, Nicholas A. J. Graham 2018

        Book Recommended especially Chapter 6. Reef fish: Evolution, Diversity and Function

    3. Primary literature referred to in lectures: 25 items
      1. Coral Bleach-Out in Belize - Richard B. Aronson, et al 2000

        Article Recommended

      2. Coral Bleaching: The Role of the Host - Andrew H. Baird, et al 2009

        Article Recommended

      3. Corals' Adaptive Response to Climate Change - Andrew C. Baker, et al 2004

        Article Recommended

      4. Global Disparity in the Resilience of Coral Reefs - George Roff, Peter J. Mumby 2012

        Article Recommended

      5. Do Some Corals Like It Hot? - E. Sotka, R. Thacker 2005

        Article Recommended

      6. Coral Populations in a Rapidly Changing Environment - Robert van Woesik, Adán Guillermo Jordán-Garza 2011

        Article Recommended

  4. Lectures 7-10. Deep sea biology: 31 items
    1. General Coverage: 2 items
      1. Benthos from the Continental Shelf to the Deep Sea - Jeffrey Levinton 2017

        Chapter Essential

      2. Deep-Sea Biology - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Chapter Essential

    2. Primary literature referred to in lectures: 29 items
      1. Longevity Record for Deep-Sea Invertebrate - Derk C. Bergquist, et al 2000

        Article Recommended

      2. Symbiosis in the Deep Sea - James J. Childress, et al 1987

        Article Recommended

      3. Rapid Growth at Deep-Sea Vents - Richard A. Lutz, et al 1994

        Article Recommended

      4. Developmental Arrest in Vent Worm Embryos - Florence Pradillon, et al 2001

        Article Recommended

      5. Deep Pelagic Biology - Bruce H Robison 2004

        Article Recommended

  5. Lectures 11-14. Tracking studies: 34 items
    1. Primary literature referred to in lectures: 34 items
      1. Expanded Niche for White Sharks - Andre M. Boustany, et al 2002

        Article Recommended

      2. Oceanic Respite for Wandering Albatrosses - Henri Weimerskirch, Rory P. Wilson 2000

        Article Recommended

  6. Lectures 15 and 16: Marine mammals: 21 items
    1. General Coverage: 2 items
      1. Marine Biology: Function, Biodiversity, Ecology - Jeffrey S. Levinton 2014

        Book Essential pp. 201-207

      2. Oceanic Nekton - James W. Nybakken, Mark D. Bertness 2005

        Chapter Essential especially pp. 117 – 141

    2. Primary literature referred to in lectures: 19 items
      1. Social Evolution in Toothed Whales - Richard C Connor, et al 1998

        Article Recommended

      2. Thermal Function of Phocid Seal Fur - P. H. Kvadsheim, J. J. Aarseth 2002

        Article Recommended

      3. Diversity and Zoogeography - A. R. Martin, R. R. Reeves 2002

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Diversity and Zoogeography - A. R. Martin, R. R. Reeves 2002 (electronic book)

        Chapter Recommended

      5. Vocal Anatomy, Acoustic Location and Echolocation - P. L. Tyack, E. H. Miller 2002

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Vocal Anatomy, Acoustic Location and Echolocation - P. L. Tyack, E. H. Miller 2002 (electronic book)

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Anatomy and Physiology: The Challenge of Aquatic Living - G. A. J. Worthy, T. M. Williams 2002

        Chapter Essential

      8. Anatomy and Physiology: The Challenge of Aquatic Living - G. A. J. Worthy, T. M. Williams 2002 (electronic book)

        Chapter Essential

  7. Lectures 17-19. Marine pollution: 43 items
    1. General coverage 1 item
    2. Primary literature referred to in lectures: 42 items
      1. Oxygen-Demanding Wastes - R. B. Clark 2001

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Impact of Debris on Marine Life - S.C. Gall, R.C. Thompson 2015

        Article Recommended

      3. 'Solved' Problems? - Chris Frid, Bryony A. Caswell 2017

        Chapter Recommended

      4. 'Solved' Problems? - Chris Frid, Bryony A. Caswell 2017 (electronic book)

        Chapter Recommended

      5. Coral Reefs under Rapid Climate Change and Ocean Acidification - O. Hoegh-Guldberg, P. J. Mumby, Et al 2007

        Article Recommended

      6. Policy: Classify Plastic Waste as Hazardous - Chelsea M. Rochman, et al 2013

        Article Recommended

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