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Table of Contents
Implications of long-term climate change for biogeography and ecological processes in the Southern Ocean Christopher D. McQuaid
Protected areas: the false hope for cetacean conservation? Eunice H. Pinn
Antarctic marine biodiversity: adaptations, environments and responses to change Lloyd S. Peck [OPEN ACCESS]
The carbon dioxide vents of Ischia, Italy, a natural laboratory to assess impacts of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems: an overview of research and comparisons with other vent systems Shawna A. Foo, Maria Byrne, Elena Ricevuto & Maria C. Gambi
Impacts and environmental risks of oil spills on marine invertebrates, algae and seagrass: a global review from an Australian perspective John K. Keesing, Adam Gartner, Mark Westera, Graham J. Edgar, Joanne Myers, Nick J. Hardman-Mountford & Mark Bailey [OPEN ACCESS]
Symbiotic polychaetes revisited: an update of the known species and relationships (1998–2017) Daniel Martin & Temir A. Britayev
Professor Stephen J Hawkins BSc, PhD, DSc, FSB is Professor of Natural Sciences at Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton, University of Southampton.