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  39. Zhu, X., P.J. Minnett, R. Berkelmans, J. Hendee & C. Manfrino (2014). Diurnal warming in shallow coastal seas: Observations from the Caribbean and Great Barrier Reef regions. Continental Shelf Research, 82, 85-98.
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