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Michael Tlusty
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The benefits and risks of aquacultural production for the aquarium trade
M Tlusty
Aquaculture 205 (3-4), 203-219, 2002
3902002
Revealing the appetite of the marine aquarium fish trade: the volume and biodiversity of fish imported into the United States
AL Rhyne, MF Tlusty, PJ Schofield, LES Kaufman, JA Morris Jr, ...
PloS one 7 (5), e35808, 2012
3602012
Emerging COVID-19 impacts, responses, and lessons for building resilience in the seafood system
DC Love, EH Allison, F Asche, B Belton, RS Cottrell, HE Froehlich, ...
Global Food Security 28, 100494, 2021
2712021
The rise of aquaculture by-products: Increasing food production, value, and sustainability through strategic utilisation
JR Stevens, RW Newton, M Tlusty, DC Little
Marine Policy 90, 115-124, 2018
2582018
Omega-3 fatty acids upregulate adult neurogenesis
BS Beltz, MF Tlusty, JL Benton, DC Sandeman
Neuroscience letters 415 (2), 154-158, 2007
2502007
When pets become pests: the role of the exotic pet trade in producing invasive vertebrate animals
JL Lockwood, DJ Welbourne, CM Romagosa, P Cassey, NE Mandrak, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (6), 323-330, 2019
2212019
Uncovering an obscure trade: threatened freshwater fishes and the aquarium pet markets
R Raghavan, N Dahanukar, MF Tlusty, AL Rhyne, KK Kumar, S Molur, ...
Biological Conservation 164, 158-169, 2013
2022013
Expanding our understanding of the trade in marine aquarium animals
AL Rhyne, MF Tlusty, JT Szczebak, RJ Holmberg
PeerJ 5, e2949, 2017
1312017
Fish as feed: Using economic allocation to quantify the Fish In: Fish Out ratio of major fed aquaculture species
B Kok, W Malcorps, MF Tlusty, MM Eltholth, NA Auchterlonie, DC Little, ...
Aquaculture 528, 735474, 2020
1282020
Crawling to collapse: ecologically unsound ornamental invertebrate fisheries
A Rhyne, R Rotjan, A Bruckner, M Tlusty
PLoS One 4 (12), e8413, 2009
1262009
Opportunities for public aquariums to increase the sustainability of the aquatic animal trade
MF Tlusty, AL Rhyne, L Kaufman, M Hutchins, GMG Reid, C Andrews, ...
Zoo biology 32 (1), 1-12, 2013
1172013
Environmental improvement of seafood through certification and ecolabelling: theory and analysis
MF Tlusty
Fish and Fisheries 13 (1), 1-13, 2012
1122012
Conservation and management of ornamental fish resources of the Rio Negro Basin, Amazonia, Brazil.(Project Piaba)
NL Chao, P Petry, G Prang, L Sonneschien, M Tlusty
1072001
Health Evaluation of Leatherback Turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in the Northwestern Atlantic During Direct Capture and Fisheries Gear Disentanglement
C Innis, C Merigo, K Dodge, M Tlusty, M Dodge, B Sharp, A Myers, ...
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 9 (2), 205-222, 2010
992010
Is sustainable exploitation of coral reefs possible? A view from the standpoint of the marine aquarium trade
AL Rhyne, MF Tlusty, L Kaufman
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7, 101-107, 2014
932014
Metabolic and respiratory status of cold-stunned Kemp’s ridley sea turtles (Lepidochelys kempii)
CJ Innis, M Tlusty, C Merigo, ES Weber
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 177, 623-630, 2007
932007
Long‐term trends of coral imports into the United States indicate future opportunities for ecosystem and societal benefits
AL Rhyne, MF Tlusty, L Kaufman
Conservation Letters 5 (6), 478-485, 2012
852012
Reframing the sustainable seafood narrative
MF Tlusty, P Tyedmers, M Bailey, F Ziegler, PJG Henriksson, C Béné, ...
Global Environmental Change 59, 101991, 2019
842019
Aquaculture of marine ornamental fish: overview of the production trends and the role of academia in research progress
S Pouil, MF Tlusty, AL Rhyne, M Metian
Reviews in Aquaculture 12 (2), 1217-1230, 2020
772020
Hematologic and plasma biochemical findings in cold-stunned Kemp's ridley turtles: 176 cases (2001–2005)
CJ Innis, JB Ravich, MF Tlusty, MS Hoge, DS Wunn, LB Boerner-Neville, ...
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 235 (4), 426-432, 2009
762009
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