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Jackson, J. B. C.
Jackson, Jeramy B. C.
Jackson, Jeremy
Jackson, Jeremy B.
Jackson, Jeremy B. C.
Jackson, Jeremy Bradford Cook
Jeremy Jackson (American marine biologist)
Джереми Джексон
جرمی جکسون
Dates: 
1942-
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Buss, Leo W.
Cheetham, Alan H.
Cook, Robert Edward
Cook, Robert Edward (1946-)
Keller, Brian D. (1948-)
McKinney, Frank K.
McKinney, Frank Kenneth
Sala, Enric
Sanner, Joann
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
United States. Minerals Management Service. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region
Yale University
Titles: 
Adaptation and Diversity of Reef Corals
Baselines and degradation of coral reefs in the Northern Line Islands.
Bryozoan evolution
Bryozoan growth mirrors contrasting seasonal regimes across the Isthmus of Panama
Bryozoan Morphological and Genetic Correspondence: What Does It Prove?
Caribbean Reef Development Was Independent of Coral Diversity over 28 Million Years
Climate change, human impacts, and the resilience of coral reefs.
Closure of the Isthmus of Panama: The Near-Shore Marine Record of Costa Rica and Western Panama
Colloquium paper: ecological extinction and evolution in the brave new ocean.
Community structure of Pleistocene coral reefs of Curacao, Netherlands Antilles
Coral reef development drives molluscan diversity increase at local and regional scales in the late Neogene and Quaternary of the southwestern Caribbean
Coral Reef Time Machine: Reef Communities From Disturbed to Pristine in the Northern Line Islands
Depletion, degradation, and recovery potential of estuaries and coastal seas.
Diadema Antillarum Was Not a Keystone Predator in Cryptic Reef Environments
Diversity and extinction of tropical american mollusks and emergence of the isthmus of panama.
Do corals lie about their age? Some demographic consequences of partial mortality, fission, and fusion.
dynamics of evolutionary stasis, The
Ecological effects of a major oil spill on panamanian coastal marine communities.
Ecological extinction and evolution in the brave new ocean.
Ecological persistence interrupted in Caribbean coral reefs.
ecology of extinction: molluscan feeding and faunal turnover in the Caribbean Neogene., The
Ecology of extreme faunal turnover of tropical American scallops
ECOLOGY OF THE MOLLUSCS OF THALASSIA COMMUNITIES, JAMAICA, WEST INDIES, THE
Ecology of the Mollusks of Thalassia Commumities, Jamaica, W.I, The
Economic incentives, social norms, and the crisis of fisheries
Environmental change preceded Caribbean extinction by 2 million years
Evolution and environment in Tropical America
Evolutionary patterns growth, form, and tempo in the fossil record in honor of Allan Cheetham
Evolutionary significance of sexual and asexual modes of propagation in neogene species of the bryozoan Metrarabdotos in tropical America
Factors determining spatial and size-frequency distributions of Gemma gemma.
future of the oceans past, The
Global trajectories of the long-term decline of coral reef ecosystems.
Historical Decline in Coral Reef Growth after the Panama Canal
Historical overfishing and the recent collapse of coastal ecosystems.
Hurricane Allen's Impact on Jamaican Coral Reefs.
Impacts of Biodiversity Loss on Ocean Ecosystem Services
LETTER: Ecological persistence interrupted in Caribbean coral reefs
LETTER: Structure of Caribbean coral reef communities across a large gradient of fish biomass
Life in the last few million years
Long-term assessment of the oil spill at Bahía las Minas, Panama : interim report
Measuring past biodiversity
Metrarabdotos and related genera (Bryozoa:Cheilostomata) in the late Paleogene and Neogene of tropical America
MODES OF REPRODUCTION IN RECENT AND FOSSIL CUPULADRIID BRYOZOANS
Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of free-living Bryozoa (Cupuladriidae) from both sides of the Isthmus of Panama.
NEOGENE CUPULADRIIDAE OF TROPICAL AMERICA. I: TAXONOMY OF RECENT CUPULADRIA FROM OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA
NEOGENE CUPULADRIIDAE OF TROPICAL AMERICA. II: TAXONOMY OF RECENT DISCOPORELLA FROM OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE ISTHMUS OF PANAMA
New taxonomy and niche partitioning on coral reefs: jack of all trades or master of some?
Paleoecology. Measuring past biodiversity.
Patterns of morphological diversity among and within arcid bivalve species pairs separated by the isthmus of Panama
Pleistocene perspectives on coral reef community structure
Population biology and evolution of clonal organisms, c1986:
Quantitative genetics of bryozoan phenotypic evolution. I. Rate tests for random change versus selection in differentiation of living species
Quantitative Genetics of Bryozoan Phenotypic Evolution. II. Analysis of Selection and Random Change in Fossil Species Using Reconstructed Genetic Parameters
Quantitative genetics of Bryozoan phenotypic evolution. III. Phenotypic plasticity and the maintenance of genetic variation
Recent brachiopod-coralline sponge communities and their paleoecological significance.
Response to Comments on "Impacts of Biodiversity Loss on Ocean Ecosystem Services"
Rising to the challenge of sustaining coral reef resilience
Shifting Baselines, Science, and Society
Shifting baselines : the past and the future of ocean fisheries
Size-frequency distributions of two intertidal species.
Structure of Caribbean coral reef communities across a large gradient of fish biomass.
Trophic downgrading of planet Earth.
What can we learn about ecology and evolution from the fossil record?
What was natural in the coastal oceans?
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PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS- ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
PROCEEDINGS- NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES USA
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Thesis (Ph.D) -- Yale University, 1971
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