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Ladd MC, Burkepile DE, Shantz AA.  2019.  Near-term impacts of coral restoration on target species, coral reef community structure, and ecological processes. Restoration Ecology. 27:1166–1176.
Hay ME, Parker JD, Burkepile DE, Caudill CC, Wilson AE, Hallinan ZP, Chequer AD.  2004.  Mutualisms and aquatic community structure: the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. :175–197.
Maher RL, Rice MM, McMinds R, Burkepile DE, Thurber RVega.  2019.  Multiple stressors interact primarily through antagonism to drive changes in the coral microbiome. Scientific reports. 9:1–12.
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)
Rice MM, Maher RL, Correa AMS, Moeller HV, Lemoine NP, Shantz AA, Burkepile DE, Silbiger NJ.  2020.  Macroborer presence on corals increases with nutrient input and promotes parrotfish bioerosion. Coral Reefs. :1–10.
Thurber RVega, Burkepile DE, Correa AMS, Thurber AR, Shantz AA, Welsh R, Pritchard C, Rosales S.  2012.  Macroalgae decrease growth and alter microbial community structure of the reef-building coral, Porites astreoides. Plos One. 7:e44246.
Eby S, Burkepile DE, Fynn RWS, Burns CE, Govender N, Hagenah N, Koerner SE, Matchett KJ, Thompson DI, Wilcox KR et al..  2014.  Loss of a large grazer impacts savanna grassland plant communities similarly in North America and South Africa. Oecologia. 175:293–303.PDF icon eby_et_al_oecologia_2014.pdf (428.54 KB)
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.
Shaver EC, Burkepile DE, Silliman BR.  2018.  Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching. Nature Ecology & Evolution. :1.
Donovan MK, Burkepile DE, Kratochwill C, Shlesinger T, Sully S, Oliver TA, Hodgson G, Freiwald J, van Woesik R.  2021.  Local conditions magnify coral loss after marine heatwaves. Science. 372:977–980.
Adam TC, Burkepile DE, Holbrook SJ, Carpenter RC, Claudet J, Loiseau C, Thiault L, Brooks AJ, Washburn L, Schmitt RJ.  2021.  Landscape-scale patterns of nutrient enrichment in a coral reef ecosystem: implications for coral to algae phase shifts. Ecological Applications. :e2227.
Scott JJ, Adam TC, Duran A, Burkepile DE, Rasher DB.  2020.  Intestinal microbes: an axis of functional diversity among large marine consumers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 287:20192367.
Schmitt MH, Stears K, Donovan MK, Burkepile DE, Thompson DI.  2022.  Integrating herbivore assemblages and woody plant cover in an African savanna to reveal how herbivores respond to ecosystem management. Plos one. 17:e0273917.
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.
Lemoine NP, Drews WA, Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2013.  Increased temperature alters feeding behavior of a generalist herbivore. Oikos. 122:1669–1678.
Burkepile DE, Hay ME.  2010.  Impact of herbivore identity on algal succession and coral growth on a Caribbean reef. PloS one. 5:e8963.
Ruttenberg BI, Adam TC, Duran A, Burkepile DE.  2019.  Identity of coral reef herbivores drives variation in ecological processes over multiple spatial scales. Ecological Applications. 29:e01893.
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)
Burkepile DE, Hay ME.  2006.  Herbivore vs. nutrient control of marine primary producers: context-dependent effects. Ecology. 87:3128–3139.
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, 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.
Ladd MC, Miller MW, Hunt JH, Sharp WC, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Harnessing ecological processes to facilitate coral restoration. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
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.
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, Adam TC, Allgeier JE, Shantz AA.  2022.  Functional diversity in herbivorous fishes on Caribbean reefs: The role of macroalgal traits in driving interspecific differences in feeding behavior. Food Webs. 33:e00255.