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  1. Norse, Elliott A. (1996). 'A river that flows to the sea: The marine biological diversity movement.' Oceanography 9(1):5-9
  2. Irish, Kerry E. and Elliott A. Norse (1996). 'Scant emphasis on marine biodiversity.' Conservation Biology 10(2):680
  3. Norse, Elliott A. (1996). 'Threats to biological diversity: A scientific and political overview.' COEJL Summer 1996:11-15
  4. Mangel, Marc and 41 coauthors, including Elliott A. Norse (1996). 'Principles for the conservation of wild living resources.' Ecological Applications 6(2):338-362
  5. Norse, Elliott A. (1996). 'Climate change pushes Northwest forests.' Seattle Times, December 3:B5
  6. Norse, Elliott A. (1997). 'Bottom trawling: The unseen worldwide plowing of the seabed.' NEB Transcript 8(2):8-9
  7. Norse, Elliott A. and Amy Mathews-Amos (1997). 'Marine biodiversity budget.' Science 275(5304):1246
  8. Norse Elliott A. (1997). 'Fisheries depletion: Dumping iron filings in ocean is not a sound solution.' Seattle Times, April 2:B7
  9. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1997). 'Short-changing the sea: Our national neglect of valuable marine ecosystems.' Outdoors West 20(1):12-14
  10. Norse, Elliott A. (1997). 'Uncharted waters: Conserving marine biological diversity.' pp. 94-97 in G.K. Meffe & C.R. Carroll, eds. Principles of Conservation Biology, 2nd ed., Sinauer, Sunderland MA
  11. Norse, Elliott A. and Michael E. Soulé (1997). 'Landlubbers point the way to marine conservation.' Seattle Times, May 29:B7
  12. Norse, Elliott A. (1997). 'Greenwood marine hero.' Bucks County Courier-Times, November 24:8A
  13. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1997). 'Turning the tide.' Global Biodiversity 7(3):2-6
  14. Norse, Elliott A. (1998). 'Net loss: Review of Carl Safina's Song for the Blue Ocean.' Natural History 3/98:10-11
  15. Norse, Elliott A. (1998). 'End commercial fishing in Alaska's Glacier Bay.' Seattle Times, May 14: B7
  16. Norse, Elliott A. (1998). 'The big questions: Birth and death.' pp. 303-320 in John E. Carroll & Keith Warner, OFM, eds. Religion and Ecology: Scientists Speak. Franciscan Press, Quincy IL
  17. Watling, Les and Elliott A. Norse. (1998). 'Disturbance of the seabed by mobile fishing gear: A comparison with forest clear-cutting.' Conservation Biology 12(6)1180-1197.
  18. Pilskaln, Cynthia H., James H. Churchill and Lawrence M. Mayer (1998). 'Resuspension of sediment by bottom trawling in the Gulf of Maine and potential geochemical consequences.' Conservation Biology 12(6):1223-1229.
  19. Auster, Peter J. (1998). 'A conceptual model of the impacts of fishing gear on the integrity of fish habitats.' Conservation Biology 12(6):1198-1203.
  20. Kaiser, Michel J. (1998). 'Fishing effort data independent indicators of disturbance; An important link in determining long-term change in marine communities.' Conservation Biology 12(6):1230-1235.
  21. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1999). Viewpoints: 'Marine protected areas and reserves are vital conservation tool.' Gulf of Mexico Science Journal XVI, No. 2 December 1998; pages: 233-234
  22. Engel, Jonna and Rikk Kvitek (1998). 'Bottom trawling: Impact interpretation a matter of perspective.' Conservation Biology 12(6):1204-1214
  23. Brailóvskaya, Tatiana (1998). 'Obstacles to protecting marine biodiversity through marine wilderness preservation: examples from the New England region.' Conservation Biology 12(6):1236-1240
  24. Berntson, Ewann A. and Scott C. France (in press). 'Generating DNA sequence information from museum collections of octocoral specimens (Phylum Cnidaria: Class Anthozoa)'. BioTechniques.
  25. Berntson, Ewann A., Scott C. France and Lauren S. Mullineaux (in press). 'Phylogenetic relationships within the Class Anthozoa (Phylum Cnidaria) based on nuclear 18S rDNA sequence information'. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
  26. Norse, Elliott A. and Les Watling (1999). 'Impacts of mobile fishing gear: the biodiversity perspective'. pp. 31-40 in Lee R. Benaka, ed. Fish Habitat: Essential Fish Habitat and Rehabilitation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 22. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda MD
  27. Clark, Kerry B., Kathe R. Jensen, Alexandre Meinesz, James N. Norris, and Robert Pemberton. (in progress) 'Considerations for Biological Control of the Exotic Marine Alga Caulerpa taxifolia' (Vahl) C. Agardh by Sacoglossan (=Ascoglossa) Molluscs.
  28. Norse, Elliott A. (1999). (Mostly) species diversity patterns in the sea: Review of Marine Biodiversity: Patterns and Processes by Rupert F.G. Ormond, John D. Gage and Martin V. Angel, eds. Ecology 80(1):352-353.
  29. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1998). 'We need marine research'. The Kodiak Mirror, letter to the Editor. September 11.
  30. Norse, Elliott A. (1998). 'Dredging is a threat'. New York Times, letter to the Editor. September 19: A24.
  31. Bax, N., J. T. Carlton, A. Mathews-Amos, R. L. Haedrich, F.G. Howarth, J.E. Purcell, A. Rieser, and A. Gray. "Conserving Marine Biodiversity: The Control of Biological Invasions in the World's Oceans". Conservation Biology (submitted). Mathews-Amos, Amy et al. (submitted). Issues in Science and Technology
  32. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1999). 'Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and reserves: What's in it for you?' Hooked on Cod (Cape Cod Hook and Line Association newsletter) 3(2):5
  33. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1999). 'Marine biodiversity: the true bounty of the seas'. Calypso Log. February 2000, pp. 12-14
  34. Mathews-Amos, Amy (1999). 'SCB and the policy process'. Conservation Biology 13(2):225-226
  35. Berntson, Ewann A., Frederick M. Bayer, Andrew G. McArthur, and Scott C. France (submitted). 'Phylogenetic relationships within the Subclass Octocorallia (Phylum Cnidaria: Class Anthozoa), based on nuclear 18S rRNA sequences.' (to Marine Biology)
  36. Mathews-Amos, Amy and Ewann A. Berntson (1999). Turning up the Heat: How Global Warming Threatens Life in the Sea. World Wildlife Fund, Washington DC
  37. Carlton, J.T, J. Geller, M.L Reaka-Kudla & E.A Norse (1999, in press). 'Historic Extinctions in the Sea'. Annual Review of Ecology & Systematics 30.
  38. Norse, Elliott A. (1999). 'The chilling impact of global warming'. Seattle Times June 9 Opinion.
  39. Scott, J. Michael, Elliott A. Norse, Héctor Arita, Andy Dobson, James A. Estes, Mercedes Foster, Barrie Gilbert, Deborah B. Jensen, Richard L. Knight, David Mattson and Michael E. Soulé (1999). 'The issue of scale in selecting and designing biological reserves'. pp. 19-37 in Michael E. Soulé & John Terborgh, eds. Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks. Island Press, Washington DC
  40. Dobson, Andy, Katherine Ralls, Mercedes Foster, Michael E. Soulé, Daniel Simberloff, Dan Doak, James A. Estes, L. Scott Mills, David Mattson, Rodolfo Dirzo, Héctor Arita, Sadie Ryan, Elliott A. Norse, Reed F. Noss and David Johns (1999). 'Connectivity: maintaining flows in fragmented landscapes'. pp. 129-171 in Michael E. Soulé & John Terborgh, eds. Continental Conservation: Scientific Foundations of Regional Reserve Networks. Island Press, Washington DC
  41. Garovoy, Jocelyn B., Angel Valdes, Terrence M. Gosliner (submitted). Phylogeny of the Genus Rostanga (Mullusca, Nudibranchia), with Descriptions of Three New Species from South Africa. (to Journal of Molluscan Studies)
  42. Mathews-Amos, A. "Networking the Seas: A Blueprint for Marine Protected Areas." Calypso Log, April 2000.
  43. Mathews-Amos, A. "Dragging Down the Sea." Calypso Log, October 2000, pp. 9-11.

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