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Allgeier JE, Burkepile DE, Layman CA.  2017.  Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in the world's changing oceans. Global Change Biology. 23:2166–2178.
Koerner SE, Smith MD, Burkepile DE, Hanan NP, Avolio ML, Collins SL, Knapp AK, Lemoine NP, Forrestel EJ, Eby S et al..  2018.  Change in dominance determines herbivore effects on plant biodiversity. Nature Ecology & Evolution. :1.
Rodriguez-Casariego JA, Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Lopes C, Cheema MS, Kim B, Roberts SB, Fourqurean JW, Ausio J, Burkepile DE et al..  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.
Rodriguez-Casariego JA, Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Lopes C, Cheema MS, Kim B, Roberts SB, Fourqurean JW, Ausio J, Burkepile DE et al..  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.
Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Nedimyer K, Burkepile DE.  2016.  Density dependence drives habitat production and survivorship of Acropora cervicornis used for restoration on a Caribbean coral reef. Frontiers in Marine Science. 3
Lemoine NP, Giery ST, Burkepile DE.  2014.  Differing nutritional constraints of consumers across ecosystems. Oecologia. 174:1367–1376.PDF icon lemoine_et_al_2014_oecologia.pdf (230.88 KB)
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.
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.
Burkepile DE, Thompson DI, Fynn RWS, Koerner SE, Eby S, Govender N, Hagenah N, Lemoine NP, Matchett KJ, Wilcox KR et al..  2016.  Fire frequency drives habitat selection by a diverse herbivore guild impacting top–down control of plant communities in an African savanna. Oikos. PDF icon burkepile_et_al_oikos_2016.pdf (1.78 MB)
Shantz AA, Ladd MC, Schrack E, Burkepile DE.  2015.  Fish-derived nutrient hotspots shape coral reef benthic communities. Ecological Applications. 25:2142–2152.PDF icon shantz_et_al_eco_apps_2015.pdf (472.55 KB)
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, 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.
Lemoine NP, Drews WA, Burkepile DE, Parker JD.  2013.  Increased temperature alters feeding behavior of a generalist herbivore. Oikos. 122:1669–1678.
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.
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.
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.
Ladd MC, Shantz AA, Burkepile DE.  2019.  Newly dominant benthic invertebrates reshape competitive networks on contemporary Caribbean reefs. Coral Reefs. :1–12.
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.
Shantz AA, Lemoine NP, Burkepile DE.  2016.  Nutrient loading alters the performance of key nutrient exchange mutualisms. Ecology letters. 19:20–28.PDF icon shantz_et_al_ecology_letters_2016.pdf (431.44 KB)
Dougan KE, Ladd MC, Fuchs C, Thurber RLisette Ve, Burkepile D, Rodriguez-Lanetty M.  2020.  Nutrient pollution and predation differentially affect innate immune pathways in the coral Porites porites. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:742.
Burkepile DE, Allgeier JE, Shantz AA, Pritchard CE, Lemoine NP, Bhatti LH, Layman CA.  2013.  Nutrient supply from fishes facilitates macroalgae and suppresses corals in a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem. Scientific reports. 3
Burkepile DE, Allgeier JE, Shantz AA, Pritchard CE, Lemoine NP, Bhatti LH, Layman CA.  2013.  Nutrient supply from fishes facilitates macroalgae and suppresses corals in a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem. Scientific reports. 3
Zaneveld JR, Burkepile DE, Shantz AA, Pritchard CE, McMinds R, Payet JP, Welsh R, Correa AMS, Lemoine NP, Rosales S et al..  2016.  Overfishing and nutrient pollution interact with temperature to disrupt coral reefs down to microbial scales. Nature communications. 7PDF icon zaneveld_et_al_natcomms_2016.pdf (1.69 MB)
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.

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