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2019
Peters JR, Reed DC, Burkepile DE.  2019.  Climate and fishing drive regime shifts in consumer-mediated nutrient cycling in kelp forests. Global Change Biology. 25:3179–3192.
Rice MMarie, Ezzat L, Burkepile DEdward.  2019.  Corallivory in the Anthropocene: Interactive effects of anthropogenic stressors and corallivory on coral reefs. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5:525.
Rice MM, Maher RL, Thurber RVega, Burkepile DE.  2019.  Different nitrogen sources speed recovery from corallivory and uniquely alter the microbiome of a reef-building coral. PeerJ. 7:e8056.
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.
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.
J Klinges G, Rosales SM, McMinds R, Shaver EC, Shantz AA, Peters EC, Eitel M, Wörheide G, Sharp KH, Burkepile DE et al..  2019.  Phylogenetic, genomic, and biogeographic characterization of a novel and ubiquitous marine invertebrate-associated Rickettsiales parasite, Candidatus Aquarickettsia rohweri, gen. nov., sp. nov. The ISME journal. 13:2938–2953.
Burkepile DE, Adam TC, Roycroft M, Ladd MC, Munsterman KS, Ruttenberg BI.  2019.  Species-specific patterns in corallivory and spongivory among Caribbean parrotfishes. Coral Reefs. 38:417–423.
Burkepile DE, Adam TC, Roycroft M, Ladd MC, Munsterman KS, Ruttenberg BI.  2019.  Species-specific patterns in corallivory and spongivory among Caribbean parrotfishes. Coral Reefs. 38:417–423.
2018
Adam TC, Duran A, Fuchs CE, Roycroft MV, Rojas MC, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Comparative analysis of foraging behavior and bite mechanics reveals complex functional diversity among Caribbean parrotfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 597:207–220.
Adam TC, Duran A, Fuchs CE, Roycroft MV, Rojas MC, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Comparative analysis of foraging behavior and bite mechanics reveals complex functional diversity among Caribbean parrotfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 597:207–220.
Adam TC, Duran A, Fuchs CE, Roycroft MV, Rojas MC, Ruttenberg BI, Burkepile DE.  2018.  Comparative analysis of foraging behavior and bite mechanics reveals complex functional diversity among Caribbean parrotfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 597:207–220.
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.
Duran A, Shantz AA, Burkepile DE, Collado-Vides L, Ferrer VM, Palma L, Ramos A, Gonzalez-Díaz SP.  2018.  Fishing, pollution, climate change, and the long-term decline of coral reefs off Havana, Cuba. Bulletin of Marine Science.

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