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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.
Insect herbivores increase mortality and reduce tree seedling growth of some species in temperate forest canopy gaps. PeerJ. 5:e3102.. 2017.
Predator identity and time of day interact to shape the risk–reward trade-off for herbivorous coral reef fishes. Oecologia. 183:763–773.. 2017.
Recent advances in plant-herbivore interactions. F1000Research. 6. 2017.
Responses of plant phenology, growth, defense, and reproduction to interactive effects of warming and insect herbivory. Ecology. 98. 2017.
Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:129–139.. 2017.
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.
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.