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Koerner SE, Smith MD, Burkepile DE, Hanan NP, Avolio ML, Collins SL, Knapp AK, Lemoine NP, Forrestel EJ, Eby S et al..  2018.  Change in dominance determines herbivore effects on plant biodiversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution. :1.
Adam TC, Duran A, Fuchs CE, Roycroft MV, Rojas MC, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Comparative analysis of foraging behavior and bite mechanics reveals complex functional diversity among Caribbean parrotfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 597:207–220.
Rodriguez-Casariego JA, Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Lopes C, Cheema MS, Kim B, Roberts SB, Fourqurean JW, Ausio J, Burkepile DE et al..  2018.  Coral epigenetic responses to nutrient stress: Histone H2A. X phosphorylation dynamics and DNA methylation in the staghorn coral Acropora cervicornis. Ecology and evolution. 8:12193–12207.
Wang L, Shantz AA, Payet JP, Sharpton TJ, Foster A, Burkepile DE, Thurber RVega.  2018.  Corals and their microbiomes are differentially affected by exposure to elevated nutrients and a natural thermal anomaly. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5:101.
Allgeier JE, Speare KE, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Estimates of fish and coral larvae as nutrient subsidies to coral reef ecosystems. Ecosphere. 9:e02216.
Duran A, Shantz AA, Burkepile DE, Collado-Vides L, Ferrer VM, Palma L, Ramos A, Gonzalez-Díaz SP.  2018.  Fishing, pollution, climate change, and the long-term decline of coral reefs off Havana, Cuba. Bulletin of Marine Science.
Ladd MC, Miller MW, Hunt JH, Sharp WC, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Harnessing ecological processes to facilitate coral restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Duran A, Collado-Vides L, Palma L, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Interactive effects of herbivory and substrate orientation on algal community dynamics on a coral reef. Marine biology. 165:156.
Shaver EC, Burkepile DE, Silliman BR.  2018.  Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching. Nature Ecology & Evolution. :1.
Ladd MC, Burkepile DE.  2018.  A response to Doropoulos and Babcock. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 16:559–560.
Allgeier JE, Burkepile DE, Layman CA.  2017.  Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in the world's changing oceans. Global Change Biology. 23:2166–2178.
Zenone AM, Burkepile DE, Boswell KM.  2017.  A comparison of diver vs. acoustic methodologies for surveying fishes in a shallow water coral reef ecosystem. Fisheries Research. 189:62–66.
Shaver EC, Shantz AA, McMinds R, Burkepile DE, Thurber RLVega, Silliman BR.  2017.  Effects of predation and nutrient enrichment on the success and microbiome of a foundational coral. Ecology. 98:830–839.
Adam TC, Kelley M, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2017.  Groups of roving midnight parrotfish (Scarus coelestinus) prey on sergeant major damselfish (Abudefduf saxatilis) nests. Marine Biodiversity. 47:1–2.
Burkepile DE, Fynn RWS, Thompson DI, Lemoine NP, Koerner SE, Eby S, Hagenah N, Wilcox KR, Collins SL, Kirkman KP et al..  2017.  Herbivore size matters for productivity–richness relationships in African savannas. Journal of Ecology. 105:674–686.
Allgeier JE, Adam TC, Burkepile DE.  2017.  The importance of individual and species-level traits for trophic niches among herbivorous coral reef fishes. Proc. R. Soc. B.
Lemoine NP, Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2017.  Insect herbivores increase mortality and reduce tree seedling growth of some species in temperate forest canopy gaps. PeerJ. 5:e3102.
Catano LB, Barton MB, Boswell KM, Burkepile DE.  2017.  Predator identity and time of day interact to shape the risk–reward trade-off for herbivorous coral reef fishes. Oecologia. 183:763–773.
Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2017.  Recent advances in plant-herbivore interactions. F1000Research. 6
Lemoine NP, Doublet D, Salminen J-P, Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2017.  Responses of plant phenology, growth, defense, and reproduction to interactive effects of warming and insect herbivory. Ecology. 98
Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Bartels E, Burkepile DE.  2017.  Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:129–139.