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LA Dell C, Longo GO, Burkepile DE, Manfrino C.  2020.  Few Herbivore Species Consume Dominant Macroalgae on a Caribbean Coral Reef. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:676.
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.
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.
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.
Donovan MK, Adam TC, Shantz AA, Speare KE, Munsterman KS, Rice MM, Schmitt RJ, Holbrook SJ, Burkepile DE.  2020.  Nitrogen pollution interacts with heat stress to increase coral bleaching across the seascape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 117:5351–5357.
Schiettekatte NMD, Barneche DR, Villéger S, Allgeier JE, Burkepile DE, Brandl SJ, Casey JM, Mercière A, Munsterman KS, Morat F et al..  2020.  Nutrient limitation, bioenergetics, and stoichiometry: a new model to predict elemental fluxes mediated by fishes. Functional Ecology.
Shantz AA, Ladd MC, Burkepile DE.  2020.  Overfishing and the ecological impacts of extirpating large parrotfish from Caribbean coral reefs. Ecological Monographs.
Ezzat L, Lamy T, Maher RL, Munsterman KS, Landfield KM, Schmeltzer ER, Clements CS, Thurber RLVega, Burkepile DE.  2020.  Parrotfish predation drives distinct microbial communities in reef-building corals. Animal Microbiome. 2:5.
Wilcox KR, Koerner SE, Hoover DL, Borkenhagen AK, Burkepile DE, Collins SL, Hoffman A, Kirkman KP, Knapp AK, Strydom T et al..  2020.  Rapid recovery of ecosystem function following extreme drought in a South African savanna-grassland. Ecology.
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.
Becker DM, Putnam HM, Burkepile DE, Adam TC, Thurber RVega, Silbiger NJ.  2021.  Chronic low-level nutrient enrichment benefits coral thermal performance in a fore reef habitat. Coral Reefs. 40:1637–1655.
Rice MM, Baldwin DG, Fischer JN, Fuchs C, Burkepile DE.  2021.  Complex interactions with nutrients and sediment alter the effects of predation on a reef-building coral. Marine Ecology. 42:e12670.
Ladd MC, Winslow EM, Burkepile DE, Lenihan HS.  2021.  Corallivory varies with water depth to influence the growth of Acropora hyacinthus, a reef-forming coral. Ecosphere. 12:e03623.
Burkepile DE.  2021.  Ecology: E-rat-ication to restore reefs. Current Biology. 31:R786–R788.
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.
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.
Allgeier JE, Weeks BC, Munsterman KS, Wale N, Wenger SJ, Parravicini V, Schiettekatte NMD, Villéger S, Burkepile DE.  2021.  Phylogenetic conservatism drives nutrient dynamics of coral reef fishes. Nature Communications. 12:5432.
Ezzat L, Merolla S, Clements CS, Munsterman KS, Landfield K, Stensrud C, Schmeltzer ER, Burkepile DE, Thurber RVega.  2021.  Thermal Stress Interacts With Surgeonfish Feces to Increase Coral Susceptibility to Dysbiosis and Reduce Tissue Regeneration. Frontiers in Microbiology. 12:620458.
Munsterman KS, Allgeier JE, Peters JR, Burkepile DE.  2021.  A view from both ends: shifts in herbivore assemblages impact top-down and bottom-up processes on coral reefs. Ecosystems. :1–14.