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Changes in benthic community composition associated with the outbreak of the corallimorph, Rhodactis howesii, at Palmyra Atoll

Overview of attention for article published in Coral Reefs, August 2019
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Changes in benthic community composition associated with the outbreak of the corallimorph, Rhodactis howesii, at Palmyra Atoll
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Coral Reefs, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00338-019-01841-5
Authors

Amanda L. Carter, Clinton B. Edwards, Michael D. Fox, Corinne G. Amir, Yoan Eynaud, Maggie D. Johnson, Levi S. Lewis, Stuart A. Sandin, Jennifer E. Smith

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#10,302,331
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#950
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#140,335
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#29
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