| 35 The mean temperature of the catch, an index designed to characterize the effect of climate change on global fisheries catch, increased at a rate of 0.19 degrees Celsius per decade between 1970 and 2006, showing that ocean warming has already affected global fisheries.
34 Current fish harvests and low fish levels make fishery recovery improbable for most of the world’s depleted stocks.
33 Turnover of microbial lipids in the deep biosphere and growth of benthic archaeal populations.
32 Mechanical basis of morphogenesis and convergent evolution of spiny seashells.
31 Isolated reefs with thriving herbivorous fish populations can recover rapidly after major bleaching events.
30 Active methane- and sulfur-cycling microbial communities exist in deep basaltic ocean crust.
29 Utilizing the algicidal activity of aminoclay as a practical treatment for toxic red tides.
28 Evidence for Geomagnetic Imprinting as a Homing Mechanism in Pacific Salmon.
27 Genomic basis for coral resilience to climate change.
26 Recurrent jellyfish blooms are a consequence of global oscillations.
25 Survival of the Stillest: Predator Avoidance in Shark Embryos.
24 Recreational fishing selectively captures individuals with the highest fitness potential.
23 Warming-induced reductions in body size are greater in aquatic than terrestrial species.
22 Goby fish remove toxic algae from their coral habitat, becoming more distasteful to predators in the process.
21 The 27–year decline of coral cover on the Great Barrier Reef and its causes.
20 Status and Solutions for the World’s Unassessed Fisheries: Poorly monitored, small-size fisheries are in decline, but few of them are near collapse.
19 Dolphins Can Maintain Vigilant Behavior through Echolocation for 15 Days without Interruption or Cognitive Impairment.
18 The oyster genome reveals stress adaptation and complexity of shell formation.
17 Changes in water chemistry can disable plankton prey defenses.
16 Energetics of life on the deep seafloor.