Editor rating: 9 / 10Kenneth De Baets –– The author development a new method to infer growth in foraminifera and compare both living and dead assemblages. This allow to compare populations features in laboratory and natural populations.
Section Editor rating: 6 / 10James Reimer –– A nice study tracking changes in perceptions of the usefulness of artificial reefs by local fishing industry workers over a 14 year period.
Editor rating: 6 / 10Antonina Dos Santos –– Due to the possibility of this occurrence to be a non indigenous species and found in an aquaculture area, regarding the food production connected with possible climate change scenarios.
Section Editor rating: 6 / 10James Reimer –– Important research on river fishes in an area of the world where data are largely lacking.
Editor rating: 7 / 10James Reimer –– Very interesting deep-sea work combining basic biodiversity studies with ecology, with important implications for competition and populations in these understudied ecosystems.
Section Editor rating: 6 / 10James Reimer –– Thorough, multi-faceted dataset showing that the most common octopus in the Veracruz reef system is not the species it was thought to be.
Editor rating: 8 / 10Patricia Gandini –– An important long term study that show how populations change to different conditions and how to sample this variations, an important tool to conserve and protect right whales
Section Editor rating: 7 / 10James Reimer –– eDNA is an "exploding" field of study, and basic field methodology and analyses as in this paper are needed.
Editor rating: 6 / 10Susanne Menden-Deuer –– Orcas are widely visible and of much public interest. Deciphering the drivers of variations in their behavior and abundance of broad interest.
Editor rating: 6 / 10Alexandre Anesio –– Very few papers in tropical diversity hotspots.
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