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Predation risk, competition, and territorial damselfishes as drivers of herbivore foraging on Caribbean coral reefs. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 511:193–207. catano_et_al._meps_2014.pdf (698.54 KB). 2014.
Responses to fire differ between South African and North American grassland communities. Journal of Vegetation Science. 25:793–804. kirkman_et_al_j_veg_sci_2014.pdf (446.27 KB). 2014.
Variable effects of temperature on insect herbivory. PeerJ. 2:e376.. 2014.
Fish-derived nutrient hotspots shape coral reef benthic communities. Ecological Applications. 25:2142–2152. shantz_et_al_eco_apps_2015.pdf (472.55 KB). 2015.
Herbivory and the resilience of Caribbean coral reefs: knowledge gaps and implications for management. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES. 520:1–20. adam_et_al_meps_2015.pdf (869.35 KB). 2015.
Managing herbivores for their impacts on Caribbean coral reef ecosystems: A summary report for managers and practitioners. adam_et_al_noaa_2015.pdf (453.55 KB). 2015.
Predation risk, resource quality, and reef structural complexity shape territoriality in a coral reef herbivore.. PloS one. 10:e0118764. catano_et_al_plos_one_2015.pdf (588.92 KB). 2015.
Resource partitioning along multiple niche axes drives functional diversity in parrotfishes on Caribbean coral reefs. Oecologia. 179:1173–1185. adam_et_al_oecologia_2015.pdf (2.22 MB). 2015.
Bacterial predation in a marine host-associated microbiome. The ISME journal. 10:1540-1544. welsh_et_al_ismej_2016.pdf (1.33 MB). 2016.
Density dependence drives habitat production and survivorship of Acropora cervicornis used for restoration on a Caribbean coral reef. Frontiers in Marine Science. 3. 2016.
Fire frequency drives habitat selection by a diverse herbivore guild impacting top–down control of plant communities in an African savanna. Oikos. burkepile_et_al_oikos_2016.pdf (1.78 MB). 2016.
Nutrient loading alters the performance of key nutrient exchange mutualisms. Ecology letters. 19:20–28. shantz_et_al_ecology_letters_2016.pdf (431.44 KB). 2016.
Overfishing and nutrient pollution interact with temperature to disrupt coral reefs down to microbial scales. Nature communications. 7 zaneveld_et_al_natcomms_2016.pdf (1.69 MB). 2016.
Quantifying Differences Between Native and Introduced Species. Trends in ecology & evolution. 31:372–381. lemoine_et_al_tree_2016.pdf (1.75 MB). 2016.
Reefscapes of fear: predation risk and reef hetero-geneity interact to shape herbivore foraging behaviour. Journal of Animal Ecology. 85:146–156. catano_et_al_journal_of_animal_ecology_2015.pdf (597.88 KB). 2016.
Seasonal regulation of herbivory and nutrient effects on macroalgal recruitment and succession in a Florida coral reef. PeerJ. 4:e2643.. 2016.
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.
Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in the world's changing oceans. Global Change Biology. 23:2166–2178.. 2017.
A comparison of diver vs. acoustic methodologies for surveying fishes in a shallow water coral reef ecosystem. Fisheries Research. 189:62–66.. 2017.
Effects of predation and nutrient enrichment on the success and microbiome of a foundational coral. Ecology. 98:830–839.. 2017.
Groups of roving midnight parrotfish (Scarus coelestinus) prey on sergeant major damselfish (Abudefduf saxatilis) nests. Marine Biodiversity. 47:1–2.. 2017.
Herbivore size matters for productivity–richness relationships in African savannas. Journal of Ecology. 105:674–686.. 2017.
The importance of individual and species-level traits for trophic niches among herbivorous coral reef fishes. Proc. R. Soc. B.. 2017.