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Claire Paris-Limouzy

Claire Paris-Limouzy

Associate Professor, Department of Ocean Sciences

4600 Rickenbacker Causeway - MTLSS #245
Miami, FL 33149-1098, USA

Tel: 305.421.4219
cparis@rsmas.miami.edu

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In coral reef ecosystems, marine populations established among a naturally fragmented habitat are more or less connected by the migration of individuals, typically during the larval phase. My primary interests are in the physical-biological interactions occurring at this critical early life history stage: are patterns of larval dispersal established primarily by animal behavior or by oceanographic processes? How do marine larvae survive the pelagic environment, do they follow cues? While there has been a wealth of research in the field of animal navigation, marine larvae has been largely overlooked. These questions are addressed by developing bio-physical numerical modeling approaches in combination to novel experimental approaches.

Significant applications of this research are the optimization of MPA networks, the spread of invasive species, diseases, and pollutants in the marine environment, and the impact of climate change on marine ecosystems.

2015

93. Holstein D, Smith T, Paris CB (2015) Depth-independent reproduction in the reef coral Porites astreoides from shallow to mesophotic zones PONE-D-15-42130R2

67. Irisson J-O, Paris CB, Leis JM, (2015) With a Little Help from my Friends: Group Orientation by Larvae of a Coral Reef Fish, PLoS ONE

66. Faillettaz R, Blandin A, Paris CB, Koubbi P, Irisson J-O (2015) Sun-Compass orientation in Mediterranean fish larvae, PLOS ONE 10(8):E0135213

92. Leis JM, Siebeck UE, Hay AC, Paris CB, Chateau O, Wnatiez L (2015) In situ orientation of fish larvae can vary among regions, Mar Ecol Prog Ser 537: 191–203

91. Holstein D, Paris CB, Vaz AC, Smith TB (2015) Modeling vertical coral connectivity and mesophotic refugia, Coral Reefs doi:10. 1007/ s00338-015-1339-2

90. Holstein DM, Smith TB, Gyory J, Paris CB (2015) Deep reproductive refugia for threatened shallow corals, in press Nature Scientific Reports In Press

89. Socolofsky SA, et al. (2015) Case Study:  Intercomparison of Oil Spill Prediction Models for Accidental Blowout Scenarios with and without Subsea Chemical Dispersant Injection, Marine Pollution Bulletin 96:110–126

88. Kough SA, Paris CB (2015) The influence of spawning periodicity on population connectivity, Coral Reefs DOI: 10.1007/s00338-015-1311-1

87. Donahue MJ, Karnauskas M, Toews C, Paris CB (2015) Location isn’t everything: timing of spawning aggregations optimizes larval replenishment, PLoS ONE in press

86. Van Sebille E, Scussolini P, Durgadoo JV, Peeters F, Biastoch A, Weijer W, Turney C,  Paris CB, Zahn R (2015) Ocean currents generate large footprints in marine palaeoclimate proxies, accepted for publication in Nature Communications

85. Aman ZM, Paris CB, May EF, Johns ML, David Lindo-Atichati D (2015) High-Pressure Visual Experimental Studies of Oil-in-Water Dispersion Droplet Size, accepted for publication in Chemical Engineering Science 127, 392–400

84. Atema J, Gerlach G, Paris CB (2015) Larval sensory biology and navigation behavior, In: Ecology of Coral Reefs, C. Mora Ed, 3rd edition Cambridge University Press, pp.374

2014

83. Kough AS, Paris CB, Butler M, Behringer D (2014) Modeling the spread and connectivity of waterborne marine pathogens: the case of PaV1 in the Caribbean, ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu209

82. Staaterman E, *Paris CB, Kough AS (2014) First evidence of fish larvae producing sounds, Biology Letters 10: 20140643 Data Supp. http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/suppl/2014/09/30/rsbl.2014.0643.DC1.ht ml, *Corresponding Author

81. Staaterman E, Paris CB, DeFerrari HA, Mann DA, Rice AN, D’Alessandro EK (2014) Celestial patterns in marine soundscapes, Marine Ecology Progress Series 508:17-32

80. Snyder R, Paris CB, Vaz A (2014) How much do marine connectivity fluctuations matter? The American Naturalist, 184(4):523-530

79. Leis JM, Paris CB, Irisson J-O, Yerma M, Siebeck U (2014) Orientation of fish larvae in situ is consistent among locations, years and methods, but varies with time of day, Mar Ecol Progr Ser, 505: 193–208, 2014

78. Kough SA, Paris CB, Staaterman E (2014) The in situ swimming and orientation behavior of spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) post larvae, Mar Ecol Progr Ser 504: 207–219

77. Berenshtein I, Kiflawi M, Shashar N, Wieler U, Haim A, Paris CB (2014) Polarized Light Sensitivity and Orientation in Coral Reef Fish Post-Larvae, PLoS ONE 9(2):e88468

76. Lindo-Atichati D, Paris CB, Le Hénaff M, Schedler M, Valladares Juárez AG, Müller R (2014) Simulating the effects of droplet size, high-pressure biodegradation, and variable flow rate on the subsea evolution of deep plumes from the Macondo blowout, Deep Sea Research, Special Issue “The Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem: Before, During, and After the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill", doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2014.01.011

75. Holstein D, *Paris CB, Mumby PJ (2014) Consistency and inconsistency in multispecies population network dynamics of coral  reef ecosystems, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Feature Article 499:1-18, *Corresponding Author

74. Mumby PJ et al. (2014) Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers. University of Exeter, Exeter. 172 pages

73. Grüss,  M. Karnauskas, S. R. Sagarese, C.B. Paris, G. Zapfe, J.F. Walter III, W. Ingram, and M. J. Schirripa (2014) Use of the Connectivity Modeling System to estimate the larval dispersal, settlement patterns and annual recruitment anomalies due to oceanographic factors of red grouper (Epinephelus morio) on the West Florida Shelf, SEDAR42-DW-X

72. Brumbaugh DR et al. (2014) Guide to the Science of Marine Protected Areas in the Bahamas, Brumbaugh DR (Ed)  American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY, 16pp.

2013

71. Aman ZM, Paris CB (2013) Response to Comment on “Evolution of the Macondo Well Blowout: Simulating the Effects of the Circulation and Synthetic Dispersants on the Subsea Oil Transport”, Environmental Science & Technology 47(2), 11906-11907

70. Paris CB, Atema J, Irisson J-O, Kingsford M, Gerlach G, Guigand CM (2013) Reef Odor: A Wake Up Call for Navigation in Reef Fish Larvae. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72808. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0072808

69. Staaterman E, *Paris CB (2013) Modeling larval fish navigation: the way forward, ICES Journal of Marine Science, doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fst103,*Corresponding Author

68. Wood S, Paris CB, Ridgwell A, Hendy EJ (2013) Modeling dispersal and connectivity of broadcast spawning corals at the global scale, Global Ecology and Biogeography 23(1)1:11 DOI: 10.1111/geb.12101

67. Kough AS, Paris CB, Butler MJ  (2013) Larval Connectivity and the International Management of Fisheries, PLoS ONE, doi:10.1371

66. Vaz AC, Richard KJ, Paris CB, Jia Y (2013) Mesoscale flow variability and its impact on connectivity for the island of Hawaii, Journal of Geophysical Research, 40(2):332-337 DOI: 10.1029/2012GL054519

65. Karnauskas, M., J. F. Walter III and C. B. Paris (2013a). Use of the Connectivity Modeling System to estimate movements of red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) recruits in the northern Gulf of Mexico. SEDAR31-AW10.  SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 20 pp.

64. Karnauskas, M., C. B. Paris, G. Zapfe, A. Gruss, J. F. Walter, and M. J. Schirripa (2013b). Use of the Connectivity Modeling System to estimate movements of gag grouper (Mycteroperca microlepis) recruits in the northern Gulf of Mexico. SEDAR33-DW18. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 12 pp.

63. Leis JM, Caselle JE, Bradbury RI, Kristiansen T, Llopiz JK, Miller MJ, O’Connor MI, Paris CB, Shanks AL, Sogard SM, Swearer SE, Treml EA, Vetter RD,  Warner RR (2013) Does fish larval dispersal differ between high and low latitudes? Proceedings of the Royal Society B. rspb20130327—1/3/13—18:33

62. Paris CB, Helgers J, Van Sebille E, Srinivasan A (2013) Connectivity Modeling System (CMS): A multi-scale tool for the tracking of biotic and abiotic variability in the ocean, Environmental Modelling & Software, 42: 47-54 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S136481521200312X

61. Staaterman E, Rice AN, Mann DA, Paris CB (2013) Soundscapes from a Tropical Eastern Pacific reef and a Caribbean Sea reef, Coral Reefs, 0722-4028, 10.1007/s00338-012-1007-8

2012

60. Foster NL, Baums IB, Sanchez JA, Paris CB, Aguledo CL, Vermeij MJA, Mumby PJ (2012) Hurricane-Driven Patterns of Clonality in an Ecosystem Engineer: The Caribbean Coral Montastraea annularis, PLoS ONE -D-12-18955R1

59. Paris CB, Le Hénaff M, Aman ZM, Subramanian A, Helgers J, Dong-Ping Wang, Kourafalou VH, Srinivasan A (2012) Evolution of the Macondo Well Blowout: Simulating the Effects of the Circulation and Synthetic Dispersants on the Subsea Oil Transport, Environmental Science & Technology es303197h http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es303197h?journalCode=Esther

58. Le Hénaff M, Kourafalou VH, Paris CB, Helgers J, Aman ZM, Hogan PJ, Srinivasan A (2012) Surface evolution of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill patch: combined effects of circulation and wind-induced drift, Environmental Science & Technology, doi:10.1021/es301570w.

57. Staaterman E, Paris CB*, Helgers J (2012) Orientation  behavior  in  fish  larvae:  the  missing  piece  to  Hjort's  critical  period  hypothesis, Journal of Theoretical Biology,  304: 188–196, *Corresponding Author

56. Sponaugle S, Paris CB, Walter KD, Kourafalou V, d’Alessandro E (2012) Observed and modeled larval settlement of a reef fish in the Florida Keys, Mar Ecol Prog Ser, 453:201-212

55. Foster N, Paris CB, Kool J, Baums IB, Stevens J, Sanchez J, Bastidas C, Agudelo C, Bush P, Day O, Ferrari R, Gonzalez P, Gore S, Guppy R, McCartney M, McCoy C, Mendes J, Srinivasan A, Steiner S, Mumby P (2012) Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow, Molecular Ecology, 21(5):1143–1157

2011

54. Karnauskas M, Cherubin LM, Paris CB (2011) Adaptive Significance of the Formation of Multi-Species Fish Spawning Aggregations near Submerged Capes PLoS ONE, 6(7): e22067

53. DeGouw JA, Middlebrook AM, Warneke C, Ahmadov R, Atlas EL, Bahreini R, Blake DR, Brock CA, Brioude J, Fahey DW, Fehsenfeld FC, Holloway JS, Le Henaff M, Lueb RA, McKeen SA, Meagher JF, Murphy MD, Paris CB, Parrish DD, Perring AE, Pollack IB, Ravishankara AR, Robinson AL, Ryerson TB, Schwarz JP, Spackman JR, Srinivasan A, Watts LA (2011) Organic Aerosol Formation Downwind From the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Science 331:1295.

52. Kool JT, Paris CB, Barber PH, Cowen RK (2011) Connectivity and the development of population genetic structure in Indo-West Pacific coral 12 reef communities, Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00637.x

51. Butler IV MJ, Paris CB, Goldstein JS, Matsuda H, Cowen RK (2011) Behavior constrains the dispersal of long-lived spiny lobster larvae, Mar Ecol Prog Ser  422: 223-237.

50. Paris-Limouzy CB (2011) Reef Interconnectivity and Larval Dispersal, In: Encyclopedia of Modern Coral Reefs: Structure, Form and Process (Encyclopedia of Earth Science Series, D. Hopley Ed.), Springer-Verlag, p. 881-889.

2010

49. Mumby PJ, Elliott I, Eakin M, Skirving W, Paris CB, Edwards HJ, Enrı´quez S, Iglesias-Prieto R, Cherubin LM, Stevens JR (2010) Reserve design for uncertain responses of coral reefs to climate change, Ecological Letters 14(2), pp. 132-140 [doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2010.01562.x]

48. Pelc RA, Warner RR, Gaines SD, Paris CB (2010) Detecting larval export from marine reserves, PNAS 107(43): 18266-18271 [doi: 10.1073/pnas.0907368107 ].

47. Irisson J-O, Paris CB, Guigand C, Planes S (2010) Vertical distribution and ontogenetic ‘migration’ in coral reef fish larvae, Limnology and Oceanography 55(2): 909–919.

46. Sale PF, Van Lavieren H, Ablan Lagman MC, Atema J, Butler M, Fauvelot C, Hogan JD, Jones GP, Lindeman KC, Paris CB, Steneck R, Stewart HL (2010) Preserving Reef Connectivity: A Handbook for Marine Protected Area Managers. Connectivity Working Group, Coral Reef Targeted Research & Capacity Building for Management Program, UNU-INWEH

45. Srinivasan A, Helgers J, Paris CB, Le Hénaff M, Kang H, Kourafalou VH, Iskandarani M, Thacker WC, Zysman JP, Tsinoremas NF, Knio OM (2010) Many task computing for modeling the fate of oil discharged from the deep water horizon well blowout, 2010 3rd Workshop on Many-Task Computing on Grids and Supercomputers, art. no.5699424, MTAGS10, ISBN:978-142449704

2009

44. Kool JT, Paris CB, Andrefouet S, Cowen RK (2009) Complex migration and the development of genetic structure in subdivided populations: and example from Caribbean coral reef ecosystems, Ecography 33(3): 597-606.

43. Irisson J-O, Guigand C, *Paris CB (2009) Detection and quantification of in situ orientation of marine larvae in the pelagic environment, Limn & Oceanogr Methods 7:664-672, * Corresponding Author.

42. Freshwater DW, Hines A, Parham S. Wilbur A, Sabaoun M, Woodhead J, Akins L, Purdy B, Whitfield PE, Paris CB (2009) Mitochondrial control region sequence analyses indicate dispersal from the US East Coast as the source of the invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish Pterois volitans in the Bahamas, Marine Biology 156(6): 1213-1221 [DOI 10.1007/s00227-009-1163-8].

41. Steneck RS, Paris CB, Arnold SN, Butler M, Ablan Lagman MC, Alcala AC, McCook LJ, Russ GR, Sale PF (2009) Thinking and managing outside the box: coalescing connectivity networks to build region-wide resilience in coral reef ecosystems. Theme Section: Larval connectivity, resilience and the future of coral reefs, Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338-009-0470-3

40. Munday PL, Leis JM, Lough JM, Paris CB, Kingsford MJ, Berumen ML, Lambrechts J (2009) Climate change and coral reef connectivity. Theme Section: Larval connectivity, resilience and the future of coral reefs, Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338-008-0461-9

39. Botsford LW, White JW, Coffroth M-A, Paris CB, Planes S, Shearer TL, Thorrold SR, Jones GP (2009) Measuring connectivity and estimating resilience of coral reef metapopulations in MPAs: matching empirical efforts to modelling needs. Theme Section: Larval connectivity, resilience and the future of coral reefs, Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338-009-0466-z

38. Paris CB, Leis JM, Irrisson J-O (2009) Biological Processes: pelagic larval duration In: Manual of Recommended Practices for Modelling Physical-Biological Interactions in Fish Early-Life History (North E, Gallego A, Petitgas P, Eds), International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) CRR 295, p. 23-24

37. Irisson J-O, Leis JM, Paris CB, Browman H (2009) Biological Processes: behavior and settlement In: Manual of Recommended Practices for Modelling Physical-Biological Interactions in Fish Early-Life History (North E, Gallego A, Petitgas P, Eds), ICES CRR 295, p. 42-59

36. Paris CB, Irrisson J-O, Lacroix G, Fiksen O, Leis JM, Mullon C (2009) Connectivity In: Manual of Recommended Practices for Modelling Physical-Biological Interactions in Fish Early-Life History (North E, Gallego A, Petitgas P, Eds), ICES CRR 295, p. 63-76

35. Paris CB (2009) Fate of reef fish larvae trough ontogeny: advection or true mortality? Theme Session T: Death in the sea, Proceedings of the 2009 Annual Science Conference, September 21-25 2009, Berlin, ICES CM 2009/T:13, pp. 22

34. Morris JA Jr., Akins JL, Barse A, Cerino D, Freshwater D W, Green SJ, Muñoz R, Paris CB, Whitfield PE (2009). Biology and ecology of the invasive lionfishes, Pterois miles and Pterois volitans, Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fishery Institute 29: 409-414.

33. Paris CB, Aldana-Aranda D, Perez-Perez M, Kool J (2009) Connectivity of Queen conch, Strombus gigas,  populations from Mexico, Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008, Session 14, 439-443.

32. Kang H-S, Kourafalou VH, Paris CB (2009) Influence of Florida Current frontal eddies on circulation and fish recruitment around the Florida Keys Reef Tract, Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008,  475-478.

2008

31. Paris CB, Cherubin LM, (2008) River-reef connectivity in the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef Coral Reefs 27(4): 773-781

30. Cherubin,L.M., C. Kuchinke, Paris CB (2008) Ocean circulation and terrestrial runoff dynamics in the Mesoamerican region from spectral optimization of SeaWiFS data and a high resolution simulation, Coral Reefs, 27(3): 503-519

29. Bustamente G, Paris CB, (2008) World Heritage Sites and marine population connectivity, 102-117, In: Caribbean Connectivity: Implications for marine protected area management. Grober-Dunsmore R and Keller B (eds), U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Marine Sanctuary Program, NMSP-08-07, Silver Spring, MD, 102-117

28. Paris CB, Perez-Perez M, Kool J, Aldana-Arnada D, (2008) Segregation of conch (Strombus gigas) populations in Mexico. In: Caribbean Connectivity: Implications for marine protected area management. Grober-Dunsmore R and Keller B (eds), U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Marine Sanctuary Program, NMSP-08-07, Silver Spring, MD, 71-88

27. Paris CB, Guigand C, Irisson J-O, Fisher R, D’Alessandro E (2008) Orientation With No Frame of Reference (OWNFOR): A novel system to observe and quantify orientation in reef fish larvae. In: Caribbean Connectivity: Implications for marine protected area management. Grober-Dunsmore R and Keller B (eds), U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Marine Sanctuary Program, NMSP-08-07, Silver Spring, MD. p. 52-62

2007

26. Werner FE, Cowen RK, Paris CB (2007) Coupled biophysical models: Present capabilities and necessary developments for future studies of population connectivity, Oceanography, 20(3):54-69

25. Paris CB, Cherubin LM, Cowen RK (2007) Surfing, diving or spinning: effects on population connectivity, Mar Ecol Prog Ser, Theme Section: Advances in modelling physical-biological interactions in fish early life history, 347: 285-300

240. Mumby P, Harborne A, Williams J, Kappel C, Brumbaugh DR, Micheli F, Holmes KE, Dahlgren CP, Paris CB, Blackwell PG (2007) Beyond trophic cascades: marine reserves facilitate coral recruitment, Proc Nat Acad Sci 104(20): 8362-8367

2006

23. Baums I, Paris CB, Chérubin L (2006) A bio-oceanographic filter to larval dispersal in a reef-building coral, Limnology and Oceanography 51(4): 1969-1981

22. Steneck R, Cowen RK, Paris CB, Srinivasan A (2006) Response to Connectivity in Marine Protected Areas, Science 313:43-44

21. Ramos S, Cowen RK, Paris CB, P Ré, Bordalo AA (2006) Environmental forcing and larval fish assemblage dynamics in the Lima River estuary (Northwest Portugal), Journal of Plankton Research 28(3): 275-286

20. Cowen RK, Paris CB, Srinivasan A (2006) Scaling connectivity in marine populations, Science 311:522-527

2005

19. Paris CB, Cowen RK, Claro R, Lindeman KC (2005) Larval transport pathways from Cuban spawning aggregations (Snappers; Lutjanidae) based on biophysical modeling. Marine Ecology Progress Series 296:93-106

18. Paris CB, Sponaugle, S, Cowen RK, Rotunno T (2005) Pomacentridae: Damselfishes. In:  Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes, Richards JW (ed), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Chapter 152 p. 1787-1818

17. Lindeman KC, Richards WJ, Lyczkowski-Shultz J, Drass DM, Paris CB, Leis JM, Lara M, Comyns BH (2005) Lutjanidae: Snappers. In: Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes. Richards WJ (ed), CRC Press, Boca Raton, Chapter 137 p. 1549-1586

2004

16. Paris CB and Cowen RK (2004) Direct evidence of a biophysical retention mechanism for coral reef fish larvae, Limnology and Oceanography 49(6): 1964-1979.

15. Criales MM, Paris CB, Yeung C, Jones D, Richards WJ, Lee T (2004) Horizontal and seasonal distribution of zooplankton biomass and fluorescence from MOCNESS plankton tows in the Florida Straits and the Dry Tortugas, NOAA Tech Mem NMFS SEFSC, pp.24.

14. Paris CB, Lindeman KC, Claro R, Cowen RK (2004) Modeling larval transport from snapper (Lutjanidae) spawning aggregations in Cuba. Proc. 55th Annual Gulf and Caribbean Fishery Institute Meetings, Xel-Ha, Quintana Roo, Mexico, Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fishery Institute 55: 570-576.

2003

14. Cowen RK, Paris CB, Fortuna JL, Olson DB (2003) The role of long distance dispersal in replenishing marine populations. Gulf and Caribbean Research 14(2):129-137.

13. Serafy JE, Cowen RK, Paris CB, Capo TR, Luthy SA (2003) Evidence of blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, spawning in the vicinity of Exuma Sound, Bahamas. Marine and Fresh Water Research 54:1-8

12. Cowen RK, Sponaugle S, Paris CB, Fortuna JL, Lwiza KMM, Dorsey S. (2003) Impact of North Brazil Current rings on local circulation and coral reef fish recruitment to Barbados, West Indies. In: Interhemispheric Water Exchange, GJ Goni (ed), Elsevier Oceanographic Series, Chap 17: 443-462

2002

11. Paris CB, Cowen RK, Lwiza KMM, Wang DP, Olson DB (2002) Objective analysis of three-dimensional circulation in the vicinity of Barbados, West Indies: Implication for larval transport. Deep Sea Research 49: 1363-1386

2001

10. Olson DB, Paris CB, Cowen RK (2001) Lagrangian biological models In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, Steele JH, Turekian KK, Thorpe SA (eds), Academic Press, 1437-1443.

9. Paris-Limouzy CB (2001) Transport dynamics and survival of the pelagic larval stages of a coral reef fish, the bicolor damselfish, Stegastes partitus (Poey). Ph.D. Dissertation, Marine Sciences Research Center, State University of New York at Stony Brook, N.Y., 246 pp.

2000

8. Cowen RK, Lwiza KMM, Sponaugle S, Paris CB, Olson DB (2000) Connectivity of marine populations: Open or closed?  Science, 287: 857-859

1997

7. Graber HC, Limouzy-Paris CB (1997) Transport patterns of tropical reef fish larvae by spin-off eddies in the Straits of Florida. Oceanography 10(2): 68-71.

6. Limouzy-Paris CB, Graber HC, Jones DL, Röpke AW, Richards WJ (1997) Translocation of larval coral reef fishes via sub-mesoscale spin-off eddies from the Florida Current. Bulletin of Marine Science 60(3): 966-983
1996

5. Schultz DR, Arnold PI, Capos TR, Paris-Limouzy CB, Serafy JE, Richards WJ (1996) Immunologic methods for species identification of early life stages of lutjanid fishes from the western central Atlantic. PartI: Characterization of an interspecies protein. Fishery Bulletin 94: 734-742
1994

4. Limouzy-Paris, C, McGowan MF, Richards WJ, Umaran JP, Cha SS (1994) Diversity of fish larvae in the Florida Keys: Results from SEFCAR. Bulletin of Marine Science 54(3): 857-870

3. Limouzy-Paris CB and McGowan MF (1994) Sailfish length, weights, and sex data from the Senegalese sport fishery in 1980 and 1982. International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) SCRS/92/62, Sci. Papers, Billfish WS II (XLI): 354-362.

1983

2. Limouzy C (1983) Abondance saisonniere et migrations de la courbine (Argirosoma regium) dans la Baie du Lévrier (Mauritania). Bulletin du Centre National de Recherches Oceanographiques et des Pêches Vol. 11(1) Nouhadibou CNROP 1983/05: 69-88

1980

1. Limouzy C and Cayre P (1980) Pêche et aspects de la biologie du voilier de l’Atlantique (Istiophorus platypterus) sur les côtes Sénégalaises. ICCAT (SCRS 80/55), Sci. Papers XV: 361-371.

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