Found 117 resultsAuthor Title [ Type] Year
Filters: Filter is [Clear All Filters]
Shared Drivers but Divergent Ecological Responses: Insights from Long-Term Experiments in Mesic Savanna Grasslands. BioScience. 66:666–682. smith_et_al_bioscience_2016.pdf (1.6 MB). 2016.
Shared Insights across the Ecology of Coral Reefs and African Savannas: Are Parrotfish Wet Wildebeest? BioScience. 70:647–658.. 2020.
Size-dependent mortality of corals during marine heatwave erodes recovery capacity of a coral reef. Global Change Biology. 28:1342–1358.. 2022.
Species-specific patterns in corallivory and spongivory among Caribbean parrotfishes. Coral Reefs. 38:417–423.. 2019.
Stream mosses as chemically-defended refugia for freshwater macroinvertebrates. Oikos. 116:302–312.. 2007.
Surgeonfish feces increase microbial opportunism in reef-building corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 631:81–97.. 2019.
Susceptibility of five nontarget organisms to aqueous diazinon exposure. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. 64:114–121.. 2000.
Synthesizing the effects of large, wild herbivore exclusion on ecosystem function. Functional Ecology. 33:1597–1610.. 2019.
Temperature-induced mismatches between consumption and metabolism reduce consumer fitness. Ecology. 93:2483–2489.. 2012.
A test of two mechanisms proposed to optimize grassland aboveground primary productivity in response to grazing. Journal of Plant Ecology.. 2012.
Thermal Stress Interacts With Surgeonfish Feces to Increase Coral Susceptibility to Dysbiosis and Reduce Tissue Regeneration. Frontiers in Microbiology. 12:620458.. 2021.
Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:129–139.. 2017.
Unprecedented evidence for high viral abundance and lytic activity in coral reef waters of the South Pacific Ocean. Frontiers in Microbiology. 5:493.. 2014.
Variable effects of temperature on insect herbivory. PeerJ. 2:e376.. 2014.
A Vicious Circle? Altered Carbon and Nutrient Cycling May Explain the Low Resilience of Caribbean Coral Reefs BioScience. :biw047. pawlik_et_al_bioscience_2016.pdf (1013.28 KB). 2016.