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  • Superadditive and subadditive dynamics are not inherent to the types of interacting threat. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(8):e0211444Haller-Bull V, Bode M
  • Species and ecosystems usually face more than one threat. The damage caused by these multiple threats can accumulate nonlinearly: either subadditively, when the joint damage of combined threats is less than the damages of both threats individually added together, or superadditively, when the joint damage is greater than the two individual damages added together. These additivity dynamics are comm…
  • Applicability of tail-corrections in the molecular simulations of porous materials. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Theory Comput 2019Jablonka KM, Ongari D, Smit B
  • Molecular simulations with periodic boundary conditions require to define a certain cutoff radius rc beyond which pairwise dispersion interactions are neglected. For the simulation of homogeneous phases it is well-established to use tail-corrections, that can remedy this truncation of the potential. These corrections are built under the assumption that beyond rc the radial distribution function, …
  • Hypoxia Has a Lasting Effect on Fast-Startle Behavior of the Tropical Fish Haemulon plumieri. [Journal Article]
    Biol Bull 2019; 237(1):48-62Sánchez-García MA, Zottoli SJ, Roberson LM
  • Anthropogenic activities and climate change have resulted in an increase of hypoxic conditions in nearshore ecosystems worldwide. Depending on the persistence of a hypoxic event, the survival of aquatic animals can be compromised. Temperate fish exposed to hypoxia display a reduction in the probability of eliciting startle responses thought to be important for escape from predation. Here we exami…
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