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ARTICLES

 

- Bettarel Y., Mai C.T., Got P., Koudio-Ngbesso A., Adingra A., Bui V.N., Bouvier T. 2016. Flow cytometric enumeration of bacterial cells in the coral surface mucus layer. Journal of Microbiological Methods 128: 16-19.

- Bettarel Y., Motegi C., Weinbauer M.G., Mari X. 2016. Colonization and release processes of viruses and prokaryotes on artificial marine macroaggregates. FEMS Microbiology Letters 363: fnv216.

- Cormier-Salem M.C., Panfili J. 2016. Mangrove reforestation: greening or grabbing coastal zones and deltas? Case studies in Senegal. African Journal of Aquatic Sciences, 41: 89-98. DOI: 10.2989/16085914.2016.1146122.

- Tran V. T. T., Pham L. K., Durand J.-D. 2016. Diversity and distribution of cryptic species within the Mugil cephalus
species complex in Vietnam. Mitochondrial DNA. DOI:10.3109/24701394.2016.1143467

- Cormier-Salem M.-C., Nguyen V.T., Burgos A., Durand J.-D., Bettarel Y., Klein J., Hoang D.H., Panfili J. 2017. The mangrove’s contribution to people: interdisciplinary pilot study of the Can Gio Mangrove Biosphere Reserve in Viet Nam. Comptes Rendus Geoscience, in press.

- Costa-Boddeker S., Hoelzmann P., Le X.T., Hoang D.H., Nguyen H.A., Richter O., Schwalb, A. 2017. Ecological risk assessment of a coastal zone in Southern Vietnam: Spatial distribution and content of heavy metals in water and surface sediments of the Thi Vai Estuary and Can Gio Mangrove Forest. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114: 1141–1151.

- Costa-Boddeker S., Le X.T., Schwarz A., Hoang D.H., Schwalb A. 2017. Diatom assemblages in surface sediments along nutrient and salinity gradients of Thi Vai Estuary and Can Gio mangrove forest, Southern Vietnam. Estuaries and Coasts 40: 479–492.

- Sirot C., Ferraton F., Panfili J., Childs A.R., Guilhaumon F., Darnaude A. 2017. ElementR: an R package for reducing elemental data from LA-ICPMS analysis of biological calcified structures. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, DOI:10.1111/2041-210X.12822.

- Sirot C., Grønkjær P., Brøgger Pedersen J., Panfili J., Zetina-Rejon M., Tripp-Valdez A., Ramos-Miranda J., Flores-Hernandez D., Sosa-Lopez A., Darnaude A.M. 2017. Using δ13C and δ15N of otolith soluble organic matter for detecting historical diet shifts in fish populations facing environmental changes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 575:
137–152. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12166.

- Tournois J., Darnaude A.M., Ferraton F., Aliaume C., Mercier L., McKenzie D.J. 2017. Lagoon nurseries make a major contribution to adult populations of a highly prized coastal fish. Limnol. Oceanogr. 3: 1219-1233.

- Trape S., Durand J.-D., Vigliola L., Panfili J. 2017. Recruitment success and growth variability of mugilids in a West African estuary impacted by climate change. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 198: 53-62. DOI.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2017.08.037.

 

BOOKS AND CHAPTERS

 

- Panfili, J., Aliaume, C., Anastasopoulou, A., Berrebi, P., Casellas, C., Chang, C.-W., Diouf P. S., Durand J.-D., Flores Hernandez D., García de León, F., Lalèyè, P., Morales-Nin, B., Ramos Miranda, Julia, Rendon von Osten, J., Shen, K.- N., Tomas, J., Tzeng, W.-N., Vassilopoulou, V., Wang, C.-H., Whitfield, A. K. 2016. Grey Mullet as Possible Indicator of Coastal Environmental Changes: the MUGIL Project. In D. Crosetti & S. Blaber (Eds.), Biology, Ecology and Culture of Grey Mullets (Mugilidae) (pp. 514–521). CRC Press. doi:doi:10.1201/b19927-22.