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Temporal variation in intertidal community recruitment and its relationships to physical forcings, chlorophyll‑a concentration and sea surface temperature (2015)

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      MAZZUCO, A.C.A; CHRISTOFOLETTI, Ronaldo Adriano; PINEDA, J.; STARCZAK, VR; CIOTTI, Áurea Maria. Temporal variation in intertidal community recruitment and its relationships to physical forcings, chlorophyll‑a concentration and sea surface temperature. Marine Biology, Berlin, n. 162, p. 1705–1725, 2015. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-015-2689-6.
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      Mazzuco, A. C. A., Christofoletti, R. A., Pineda, J., Starczak, V. R., & Ciotti, Á. M. (2015). Temporal variation in intertidal community recruitment and its relationships to physical forcings, chlorophyll‑a concentration and sea surface temperature. Marine Biology, ( 162), 1705–1725. doi:10.1007/s00227-015-2689-6
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      Mazzuco ACA, Christofoletti RA, Pineda J, Starczak VR, Ciotti ÁM. Temporal variation in intertidal community recruitment and its relationships to physical forcings, chlorophyll‑a concentration and sea surface temperature. Marine Biology. 2015 ;( 162): 1705–1725.
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      Mazzuco ACA, Christofoletti RA, Pineda J, Starczak VR, Ciotti ÁM. Temporal variation in intertidal community recruitment and its relationships to physical forcings, chlorophyll‑a concentration and sea surface temperature. Marine Biology. 2015 ;( 162): 1705–1725.

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