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Thermal stress reveals a genotype-specific tradeoff between growth and tissue loss in restored Acropora cervicornis. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 572:129–139.. 2017.
Predation risk, competition, and territorial damselfishes as drivers of herbivore foraging on Caribbean coral reefs. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 511:193–207.. 2014.
Overfishing and the ecological impacts of extirpating large parrotfish from Caribbean coral reefs. Ecological Monographs.. 2020.
Nutrient supply from fishes facilitates macroalgae and suppresses corals in a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem. Scientific reports. 3. 2013.
Nutrient loading alters the performance of key nutrient exchange mutualisms. Ecology letters. 19:20–28.. 2016.
Nitrogen pollution interacts with heat stress to increase coral bleaching across the seascape. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 117:5351–5357.. 2020.
Nitrogen Identity Drives Differential Impacts of Nutrients on Coral Bleaching and Mortality. Ecosystems. 23:798–811.. 2020.
Newly dominant benthic invertebrates reshape competitive networks on contemporary Caribbean reefs. Coral Reefs. :1–12.. 2019.
Near-term impacts of coral restoration on target species, coral reef community structure, and ecological processes. Restoration Ecology. 27:1166–1176.. 2019.
Macroborer presence on corals increases with nutrient input and promotes parrotfish bioerosion. Coral Reefs. :1–10.. 2020.
Fish-derived nutrient hotspots shape coral reef benthic communities. Ecological Applications. 25:2142–2152.. 2015.
Corals and their microbiomes are differentially affected by exposure to elevated nutrients and a natural thermal anomaly. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5:101.. 2018.
Coral epigenetic responses to nutrient stress: Histone H2A. X phosphorylation dynamics and DNA methylation in the staghorn coral Acropora cervicornis. Ecology and evolution. 8:12193–12207.. 2018.
Context-dependent effects of nutrient loading on the coral-algal mutualism. Ecology. 95:1995–2005.. 2014.
Chronic nutrient enrichment increases prevalence and severity of coral disease and bleaching. Global change biology. 20:544–554.. 2014.