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Adam TC, Kelley M, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2015.  Resource partitioning along multiple niche axes drives functional diversity in parrotfishes on Caribbean coral reefs. Oecologia. 179:1173–1185.PDF icon adam_et_al_oecologia_2015.pdf (2.22 MB)
Adam TC, Burkepile DE, Ruttenberg BI, Paddack MJ.  2015.  Herbivory and the resilience of Caribbean coral reefs: knowledge gaps and implications for management. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES. 520:1–20.PDF icon adam_et_al_meps_2015.pdf (869.35 KB)
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.
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.
Adam TC, Burkepile DE, Ruttenberg BI, Paddack MJ.  2015.  Managing herbivores for their impacts on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems: A summary report for managers and practitioners. PDF icon adam_et_al_noaa_2015.pdf (453.55 KB)
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.
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.
Allgeier JE, Speare KE, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Estimates of fish and coral larvae as nutrient subsidies to coral reef ecosystems. Ecosphere. 9:e02216.
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Buis GM, Blair JM, Burkepile DE, Burns CE, Chamberlain AJ, Chapman PL, Collins SL, Fynn RWS, Govender N, Kirkman KP et al..  2009.  Controls of aboveground net primary production in mesic savanna grasslands: an inter-hemispheric comparison. Ecosystems. 12:982–995.
Burkepile DE, Moore MT, Holland MM.  2000.  Susceptibility of five nontarget organisms to aqueous diazinon exposure. Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology. 64:114–121.
Burkepile DE, Adam TC, Roycroft M, Ladd MC, Munsterman KS, Ruttenberg BI.  2019.  Species-specific patterns in corallivory and spongivory among Caribbean parrotfishes. Coral Reefs. 38:417–423.
Burkepile DE.  2011.  Context-dependent corallivory by parrotfishes in a Caribbean reef ecosystem. Coral Reefs. :1–10.
Burkepile D.  2009.  Herbivory. Encyclopedia of Earth.
Burkepile DE, Schmitt MH, Stears K, Donovan MK, Thompson DI.  2020.  Shared Insights across the Ecology of Coral Reefs and African Savannas: Are Parrotfish Wet Wildebeest? BioScience. 70:647–658.
Burkepile DE, Hay ME.  2007.  Predator release of the gastropod Cyphoma gibbosum increases predation on gorgonian corals. Oecologia. 154:167–173.
Burkepile DE, Thurber RVega.  2019.  The Long Arm of Species Loss: How Will Defaunation Disrupt Ecosystems Down to the Microbial Scale? BioScience. 69:443–454.
Burkepile DE, Burns CE, Tambling CJ, Amendola E, Buis GM, Govender N, Nelson V, Thompson DI, Zinn AD, Smith MD.  2013.  Habitat selection by large herbivores in a southern African savanna: the relative roles of bottom-up and top-down forces. Ecosphere. 4:art139.
Burkepile DE, Parker JD, C Woodson B, Mills HJ, Kubanek J, Sobecky PA, Hay ME.  2006.  Chemically mediated competition between microbes and animals: microbes as consumers in food webs. Ecology. 87:2821–2831.
Burkepile DE, Hay ME.  2011.  Feeding complementarity versus redundancy among herbivorous fishes on a Caribbean reef. Coral Reefs. 30:351–362.
Burkepile DE, Shantz AA, Adam TC, Munsterman KS, Speare KE, Ladd MC, Rice MM, Ezzat L, McIlroy S, Wong JCY et al..  2020.  Nitrogen Identity Drives Differential Impacts of Nutrients on Coral Bleaching and Mortality. Ecosystems. 23:798–811.
Burkepile DE, Hay ME, .  2009.  Nutrient versus herbivore control of macroalgal community development and coral growth on a Caribbean reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 389:71–84.
Burkepile DE, Hay ME.  2008.  Herbivore species richness and feeding complementarity affect community structure and function on a coral reef. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105:16201.
Burkepile DE, Allgeier JE, Shantz AA, Pritchard CE, Lemoine NP, Bhatti LH, Layman CA.  2013.  Nutrient supply from fishes facilitates macroalgae and suppresses corals in a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem. Scientific reports. 3
Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2017.  Recent advances in plant-herbivore interactions. F1000Research. 6
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.

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