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People and ecosystems

Understanding of the links between coral reef ecosystems, the goods and services they provide to people, and the wellbeing of human societies.

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Ecosystem dynamics: past, present and future

Examining the multi-scale dynamics of reefs, from population dynamics to macroevolution

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Responding to a changing world

Advancing the fundamental understanding of the key processes underpinning reef resilience.

Coral Bleaching

Coral Bleaching

Coral Reef Studies

ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
James Cook University Townsville
Queensland 4811 Australia

Phone: 61 7 4781 4000
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2017 Scientific Publications [236]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Reef-fish larval dispersal patterns validate no-take marine reserve network connectivity that links human communities.

Abesamis, RA, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Berumen, ML, Bode, M, Jadloc, CRL, Solera, LA, Villanoy, CL, Bernardo, LPC, Alcala, AC and Russ, GR (2017). Reef-fish larval dispersal patterns validate no-take marine reserve network connectivity that links human communities. Coral Reefs: 1-11.
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Making time for space: The critical role of spatial planning in adapting natural resource management to climate change.

Adams, VM, Álvarez-Romero, JG, Capon, SJ, Crowley, GM, Dale, AP, Kennard, MJ, Douglas, MM and Pressey, RL (2017). Making time for space: The critical role of spatial planning in adapting natural resource management to climate change. Environmental Science and Policy 74: 57-67.
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The effects of salinity and pH on fertilization, early development, and hatching in the crown-of-thorns seastar.

Allen, JD, Schrage, KR, Foo, SA, Watson, SA and Byrne, M (2017). The effects of salinity and pH on fertilization, early development, and hatching in the crown-of-thorns seastar. Diversity 9(1): 13.
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Impact of windage on ocean surface Lagrangian coherent structures.

Allshouse, MR, Ivey, GN, Lowe, RJ, Jones, NL, Beegle-Krause, CJ, Xu, J and Peacock, T (2017). Impact of windage on ocean surface Lagrangian coherent structures. Environmental Fluid Mechanics 17(3): 473-483.
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Variation in growth rates of branching corals along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Anderson, KD, Cantin, NE, Heron, SF, Pisapia, C and Pratchett, MS (2017). Variation in growth rates of branching corals along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Scientific Reports 7(1): 2920.
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Prevalence of multimodal species abundance distributions is linked to spatial and taxonomic breadth.

Antão, LH, Connolly, SR, Magurran, AE, Soares, A and Dornelas, M (2017). Prevalence of multimodal species abundance distributions is linked to spatial and taxonomic breadth. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26(2): 203-215.
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Identifying opportunities to improve governance of aquatic agricultural systems through participatory action research.

Apgar, JM, Cohen, PJ, Ratner, BD, de Silva, S, Buisson, MC, Longley, C, Bastakoti, RC and Mapedza, E (2017). Identifying opportunities to improve governance of aquatic agricultural systems through participatory action research. Ecology and Society 22(1).
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A coral-algal phase shift in Mesoamerica not driven by changes in herbivorous fish abundance.

Arias-González, JE, Fung, T, Seymour, RM, Garza-Pérez, JR, Acosta-González, G, Bozec, YM and Johnson, CR (2017). A coral-algal phase shift in Mesoamerica not driven by changes in herbivorous fish abundance. PLoS ONE 12(4): e0174855.
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No evidence that the introduced parasite orthione griffenis markham, 2004 causes sex change or differential mortality in the native mud shrimp, upogebia pugettensis.

Asson, D, Chapman, JW and Dumbauld, BR (2017). No evidence that the introduced parasite orthione griffenis markham, 2004 causes sex change or differential mortality in the native mud shrimp, upogebia pugettensis (Dana, 1852). Aquatic Invasions 12(2): 213-224.
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Kin recognition in embryonic damselfishes.

Atherton, JA and McCormick, MI (2017). Kin recognition in embryonic damselfishes. Oikos 126(7): 1062-1069.
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Cyphastrea salae, a new species of hard coral from Lord Howe Island, Australia.

Baird, AH, Hoogenboom, MO and Huang, D (2017). Cyphastrea salae, a new species of hard coral from Lord Howe Island, Australia (Scleractinia, Merulinidae). ZooKeys 2017(662): 49-66.
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The importance of qualitative social research for effective fisheries management.

Barclay, K, Voyer, M, Mazur, N, Payne, AM, Mauli, S, Kinch, J, Fabinyi, M and Smith, G (2017). The importance of qualitative social research for effective fisheries management. Fisheries Research 186: 426-438.
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When does it pay to cooperate? Strategic information exchange in the harvest of common-pool fishery resources.

Barnes, ML, Arita, S, Kalberg, K and Leung, P (2017). When does it pay to cooperate? Strategic information exchange in the harvest of common-pool fishery resources. Ecological Economics 131: 1-11.
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Understanding Spatial Variation in the Drivers of Nature-based Tourism and Their Influence on the Sustainability of Private Land Conservation.

Baum, J, Cumming, GS and De Vos, A (2017). Understanding Spatial Variation in the Drivers of Nature-based Tourism and Their Influence on the Sustainability of Private Land Conservation. Ecological Economics 140: 225-234.
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The shape of success in a turbulent world: wave exposure filtering of coral reef herbivory.

Bejarano, S, Jouffray, JB, Chollett, I, Allen, R, Roff, G, Marshell, A, Steneck, R, Ferse, SCA and Mumby, PJ (2017). The shape of success in a turbulent world: wave exposure filtering of coral reef herbivory. Functional Ecology 31(6): 1312-1324.
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Can biological invasions save Caribbean coral reefs?

Bellwood, DR and Robert Goatley, CH (2017). Can biological invasions save Caribbean coral reefs? Current Biology 27(1): R13-R14.
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Isolation drives taxonomic and functional nestedness in tropical reef fish faunas.

Bender, MG, Leprieur, F, Mouillot, D, Kulbicki, M, Parravicini, V, Pie, MR, Barneche, DR, Oliveira-Santos, LGR and Floeter, SR (2017). Isolation drives taxonomic and functional nestedness in tropical reef fish faunas. Ecography 40(3): 425-435.
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Effects of elevated nutrients and CO emission scenarios on three coral reef macroalgae.

Bender-Champ, D, Diaz-Pulido, G and Dove, S (2017). Effects of elevated nutrients and CO2 emission scenarios on three coral reef macroalgae. Harmful Algae 65: 40-51.
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A social–ecological approach to assessing and managing poaching by recreational fishers.

Bergseth, BJ, Williamson, DH, Russ, GR, Sutton, SG and Cinner, JE (2017). A social–ecological approach to assessing and managing poaching by recreational fishers. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15(2): 67-73.
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Effects of coal contamination on early life history processes of a reef-building coral, Acropora tenuis.

Berry, KLE, Hoogenboom, MO, Brinkman, DL, Burns, KA and Negri, AP (2017). Effects of coal contamination on early life history processes of a reef-building coral, Acropora tenuis. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114(1): 505-514.
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Climate change and marine fisheries: Least developed countries top global index of vulnerability.

Blasiak, R, Spijkers, J, Tokunaga, K, Pittman, J, Yagi, N and Österblom, H (2017). Climate change and marine fisheries: Least developed countries top global index of vulnerability. PLoS ONE 12(6): e0179632.
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No change in subordinate butterflyfish diets following removal of behaviourally dominant species.

Blowes, SA, Pratchett, MS and Connolly, SR (2017). No change in subordinate butterflyfish diets following removal of behaviourally dominant species. Coral Reefs 36(1): 213-222.
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Strengthening post-hoc analysis of community-based fisheries management through the social-ecological systems framework.

Blythe, J, Cohen, P, Eriksson, H, Cinner, J, Boso, D, Schwarz, AM and Andrew, N (2017). Strengthening post-hoc analysis of community-based fisheries management through the social-ecological systems framework. Marine Policy 82: 50-58.
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Social dynamics shaping the diffusion of sustainable aquaculture innovations in the Solomon Islands.

Blythe, J, Sulu, R, Harohau, D, Weeks, R, Schwarz, AM, Mills, D and Phillips, M (2017). Social dynamics shaping the diffusion of sustainable aquaculture innovations in the Solomon Islands. Sustainability (Switzerland) 9(1).
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Small marine protected areas in Fiji provide refuge for reef fish assemblages, feeding groups, and corals.

Bonaldo, RM, Pires, MM, Guimarã, PR, Hoey, AS and Hay, ME (2017). Small marine protected areas in Fiji provide refuge for reef fish assemblages, feeding groups, and corals. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170638.
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Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science.

Bonebrake, TC, Brown, CJ, Bell, JD, Blanchard, JL, Chauvenet, A, Champion, C, Chen, IC, Clark, TD, Colwell, RK, Danielsen, F, Dell, AI, Donelson, JM, Evengård, B, Ferrier, S, Frusher, S, Garcia, RA, Griffis, RB, Hobday, AJ, Jarzyna, MA, Lee, E, Lenoir, J, Linnetved, H, Martin, VY, McCormack, PC, McDonald, J, McDonald-Madden, E, Mitchell, N, Mustonen, T, Pandolfi, JM, Pettorelli, N, Possingham, H, Pulsifer, P, Reynolds, M, Scheffers, BR, Sorte, CJB, Strugnell, JM, Tuanmu, MN, Twiname, S, Vergés, A, Villanueva, C, Wapstra, E, Wernberg, T and Pecl, GT (2017). Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science. Biological Reviews.
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Coregistered Hyperspectral and Stereo Image Seafloor Mapping from an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle.

Bongiorno, DL, Bryson, M, Bridge, TCL, Dansereau, DG and Williams, SB (2017). Coregistered Hyperspectral and Stereo Image Seafloor Mapping from an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle. Journal of Field Robotics.
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Back to the Basics: Cnidarians Start to Fire.

Bosch, TCG, Klimovich, A, Domazet-Lošo, T, Gründer, S, Holstein, TW, Jékely, G, Miller, DJ, Murillo-Rincon, AP, Rentzsch, F, Richards, GS, Schröder, K, Technau, U and Yuste, R (2017). Back to the Basics: Cnidarians Start to Fire. Trends in Neurosciences 40(2): 92-105.
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Effectiveness of Africa’s tropical protected areas for maintaining forest cover.

Bowker, JN, De Vos, A, Ament, JM and Cumming, GS (2017). Effectiveness of Africa’s tropical protected areas for maintaining forest cover. Conservation Biology 31(3): 559-569.
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Setting ecologically relevant targets for river pollutant loads to meet marine water quality requirements for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A preliminary methodology and analysis.

Brodie, JE, Lewis, SE, Collier, CJ, Wooldridge, S, Bainbridge, ZT, Waterhouse, J, Rasheed, MA, Honchin, C, Holmes, G and Fabricius, K (2017). Setting ecologically relevant targets for river pollutant loads to meet marine water quality requirements for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A preliminary methodology and analysis. Ocean and Coastal Management 143: 136-147.
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Environmental and biological cues for spawning in the crown-of-thorns starfish.

Caballes, CF and Pratchett, MS (2017). Environmental and biological cues for spawning in the crown-of-thorns starfish. PLoS ONE 12(3): e0173964.
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Interactive effects of endogenous and exogenous nutrition on larval development for crown-of-thorns starfish.

Caballes, CF, Pratchett, MS and Buck, ACE (2017). Interactive effects of endogenous and exogenous nutrition on larval development for crown-of-thorns starfish. Diversity 9(1): 15.
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Environmental tipping points for sperm motility, fertilization, and embryonic development in the crown-of-thorns starfish.

Caballes, CF, Pratchett, MS, Raymundo, ML and Rivera-Posada, JA (2017). Environmental tipping points for sperm motility, fertilization, and embryonic development in the crown-of-thorns starfish. Diversity 9(1): 10.
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A test of trophic cascade theory: fish and benthic assemblages across a predator density gradient on coral reefs.

Casey, JM, Baird, AH, Brandl, SJ, Hoogenboom, MO, Rizzari, JR, Frisch, AJ, Mirbach, CE and Connolly, SR (2017). A test of trophic cascade theory: fish and benthic assemblages across a predator density gradient on coral reefs. Oecologia 183(1): 161-175.
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Painted goby larvae under high-CO fail to recognize reef sounds.

Castro, JM, Amorim, MCP, Oliveira, AP, Gonçalves, EJ, Munday, PL, Simpson, SD and Faria, AM (2017). Painted goby larvae under high-CO2 fail to recognize reef sounds. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0170838.
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Factors affecting tolerance to herbivory in a calcifying alga on coral reefs.

Castro-Sanguino, C, Lovelock, C and Mumby, PJ (2017). Factors affecting tolerance to herbivory in a calcifying alga on coral reefs. Marine Biology 164(2).
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Rapid thermal adaptation in photosymbionts of reef-building corals.

Chakravarti, LJ, Beltran, VH and van Oppen, MJH (2017). Rapid thermal adaptation in photosymbionts of reef-building corals. Global Change Biology.
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The pleasure of pursuit: Recreational hunters in rural Southwest China exhibit low exit rates in response to declining catch.

Chang, CH, Barnes, ML, Frye, M, Zhang, M, Quan, RC, Reisman, LMG, Levin, SA and Wilcove, DS (2017). The pleasure of pursuit: Recreational hunters in rural Southwest China exhibit low exit rates in response to declining catch. Ecology and Society 22(1).
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Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making.

Charnley, S, Carothers, C, Satterfield, T, Levine, A, Poe, MR, Norman, K, Donatuto, J, Breslow, SJ, Mascia, MB, Levin, PS, Basurto, X, Hicks, CC, García-Quijano, C and St. Martin, K (2017). Evaluating the best available social science for natural resource management decision-making. Environmental Science and Policy 73: 80-88.
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Modelling environmental drivers of black band disease outbreaks in populations of foliose corals in the genus Montipora.

Chen, CCM, Bourne, DG, Drovandi, CC, Mengersen, K, Willis, BL, Julian Caley, M and Sato, Y (2017). Modelling environmental drivers of black band disease outbreaks in populations of foliose corals in the genus Montipora. PeerJ 2017(6): e3438.
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Loss and gain of group I introns in the mitochondrial Cox1 gene of the Scleractinia (Cnidaria; Anthozoa).

Chuang, Y, Kitahara, M, Fukami, H, Tracey, D, Miller, DJ and Chen, CA (2017). Loss and gain of group I introns in the mitochondrial Cox1 gene of the Scleractinia (Cnidaria; Anthozoa). Zoological Studies 56.
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Rising temperatures may drive fishing-induced selection of low-performance phenotypes.

Clark, TD, Messmer, V, Tobin, AJ, Hoey, AS and Pratchett, MS (2017). Rising temperatures may drive fishing-induced selection of low-performance phenotypes. Sci Rep 7: 40571.
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Differential response of corals to regional mass-warming events as evident from skeletal Sr/Ca and Mg/Ca ratios.

Clarke, H, D’Olivo, JP, Falter, J, Zinke, J, Lowe, R and McCulloch, M (2017). Differential response of corals to regional mass-warming events as evident from skeletal Sr/Ca and Mg/Ca ratios. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 18(5): 1794-1809.
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Positives and pathologies of natural resource management on private land-conservation areas.

Clements, HS and Cumming, GS (2017). Positives and pathologies of natural resource management on private land-conservation areas. Conservation Biology 31(3): 707-717.
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Influence of coral cover and structural complexity on the accuracy of visual surveys of coral-reef fish communities.

Coker, DJ, Nowicki, JP and Graham, NAJ (2017). Influence of coral cover and structural complexity on the accuracy of visual surveys of coral-reef fish communities. Journal of Fish Biology 90(6): 2425-2433.
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Coral calcifying fluid pH is modulated by seawater carbonate chemistry not solely seawater pH.

Comeau, S, Tambutté, E, Carpenter, RC, Edmunds, PJ, Evensen, NR, Allemand, D, Ferrier-Pagès, C, Tambutté, S and Venn, AA (2017). Coral calcifying fluid pH is modulated by seawater carbonate chemistry not solely seawater pH. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1847).
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A unified model explains commonness and rarity on coral reefs.

Connolly, SR, Hughes, TP and Bellwood, DR (2017). A unified model explains commonness and rarity on coral reefs. Ecology Letters 20(4): 477-486.
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Reflections and progress in conservation physiology.

Cooke, SJ, Hultine, KR, Rummer, JL and Franklin, CE (2017). Reflections and progress in conservation physiology. Conservation Physiology 5(1): cow071.
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Coralline algae elevate pH at the site of calcification under ocean acidification.

Cornwall, CE, Comeau, S and McCulloch, MT (2017). Coralline algae elevate pH at the site of calcification under ocean acidification. Global Change Biology.
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Inorganic carbon physiology underpins macroalgal responses to elevated CO2.

Cornwall, CE, Revill, AT, Hall-Spencer, JM, Milazzo, M, Raven, JA and Hurd, CL (2017). Inorganic carbon physiology underpins macroalgal responses to elevated CO2. Scientific Reports 7: 46297.
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Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing.

Coulthard, S, Evans, L, Turner, R, Mills, D, Foale, S, Abernethy, K, Hicks, C and Monnereau, I (2017). Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing. Environmental Conservation: 1-12.
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Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing.

Coulthard, S, Evans, L, Turner, R, Mills, D, Foale, S, Abernethy, K, Hicks, C and Monnereau, I (2017). Exploring ‘islandness’ and the impacts of nature conservation through the lens of wellbeing. Environmental Conservation: 1-12.
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Interspecific variation in potential importance of planktivorous damselfishes as predators of Acanthaster sp. eggs.

Cowan, ZL, Ling, SD, Dworjanyn, SA, Caballes, CF and Pratchett, MS (2017). Interspecific variation in potential importance of planktivorous damselfishes as predators of Acanthaster sp. eggs. Coral Reefs 36(2): 653-661.
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Known predators of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster spp.) and their role in mitigating, if not preventing, population outbreaks.

Cowan, ZL, Pratchett, M, Messmer, V and Ling, S (2017). Known predators of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster spp.) and their role in mitigating, if not preventing, population outbreaks. Diversity 9(1): 7.
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A framework for testing assumptions about foraging scales, body mass, and niche separation using telemetry data.

Cumming, GS, Henry, DA and Reynolds, C (2017). A framework for testing assumptions about foraging scales, body mass, and niche separation using telemetry data. Ecology and Evolution.
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New Directions for Understanding the Spatial Resilience of Social–Ecological Systems.

Cumming, GS, Morrison, TH and Hughes, TP (2017). New Directions for Understanding the Spatial Resilience of Social–Ecological Systems. Ecosystems 20(4): 649-664.
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Estimating the settling velocity of bioclastic sediment using common grain-size analysis techniques.

Cuttler, MVW, Lowe, RJ, Falter, JL and Buscombe, D (2017). Estimating the settling velocity of bioclastic sediment using common grain-size analysis techniques. Sedimentology 64(4): 987-1004.
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Response of coral calcification and calcifying fluid composition to thermally induced bleaching stress.

D’Olivo, JP and McCulloch, MT (2017). Response of coral calcification and calcifying fluid composition to thermally induced bleaching stress. Scientific Reports 7(1): 2207.
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Relationships between structural complexity, coral traits, and reef fish assemblages.

Darling, ES, Graham, NAJ, Januchowski-Hartley, FA, Nash, KL, Pratchett, MS and Wilson, SK (2017). Relationships between structural complexity, coral traits, and reef fish assemblages. Coral Reefs 36(2): 561-575.
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Effects of ocean acidification on the potency of macroalgal allelopathy to a common coral.

Del Monaco, C, Hay, ME, Gartrell, P, Mumby, PJ and Diaz-Pulido, G (2017). Effects of ocean acidification on the potency of macroalgal allelopathy to a common coral. Scientific Reports 7: 41053.
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Social capital as a key determinant of perceived benefits of community-based marine protected areas.

Diedrich, A, Stoeckl, N, Gurney, GG, Esparon, M and Pollnac, R (2017). Social capital as a key determinant of perceived benefits of community-based marine protected areas. Conservation Biology 31(2): 311-321.
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Allometric growth in reef-building corals.

Dornelas, M, Madin, JS, Baird, AH and Connolly, SR (2017). Allometric growth in reef-building corals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1851).
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Sensitivity of coral recruitment to subtle shifts in early community succession.

Doropoulos, C, Roff, G, Visser, MS and Mumby, PJ (2017). Sensitivity of coral recruitment to subtle shifts in early community succession. Ecology 98(2): 304-314.
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Ecoviability for ecosystem-based fisheries management.

Doyen, L, Béné, C, Bertignac, M, Blanchard, F, Cissé, AA, Dichmont, C, Gourguet, S, Guyader, O, Hardy, PY, Jennings, S, Little, LR, Macher, C, Mills, DJ, Noussair, A, Pascoe, S, Pereau, JC, Sanz, N, Schwarz, AM, Smith, T and Thébaud, O (2017). Ecoviability for ecosystem-based fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries.
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The effects of tropical cyclone characteristics on the surface wave fields in Australia’s North West region.

Drost, EJF, Lowe, RJ, Ivey, GN, Jones, NL and Péquignet, CA (2017). The effects of tropical cyclone characteristics on the surface wave fields in Australia’s North West region. Continental Shelf Research 139: 35-53.
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Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al.

Dudley, N, Day, J, Laffoley, D, Hockings, M and Stolton, S (2017). Defining marine protected areas: A response to Horta e Costa et al. Marine Policy 77: 191-192.
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Observational insights into chlorophyll distributions of subtropical South Indian Ocean eddies.

Dufois, F, Hardman-Mountford, NJ, Fernandes, M, Wojtasiewicz, B, Shenoy, D, Slawinski, D, Gauns, M, Greenwood, J and Toresen, R (2017). Observational insights into chlorophyll distributions of subtropical South Indian Ocean eddies. Geophysical Research Letters 44(7): 3255-3264.
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Lower mesophotic coral communities (60-125 m depth) of the northern great barrier reef and coral sea.

Englebert, N, Bongaerts, P, Muir, PR, Hay, KB, Pichon, M and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2017). Lower mesophotic coral communities (60-125 m depth) of the northern great barrier reef and coral sea. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0170336.
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Key functional role of the optical properties of coral skeletons in coral ecology and evolution.

Enríquez, S, Méndez, ER, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Iglesias-Prieto, R (2017). Key functional role of the optical properties of coral skeletons in coral ecology and evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1853).
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A new model for predicting the drag exerted by vegetation canopies.

Etminan, V, Lowe, RJ and Ghisalberti, M (2017). A new model for predicting the drag exerted by vegetation canopies. Water Resources Research 53(4): 3179-3196.
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The Landscape of Leadership in Environmental Governance: a Case Study from Solomon Islands.

Evans, LS, Cohen, PJ, Case, P, Hicks, CC, Prideaux, M and Mills, DJ (2017). The Landscape of Leadership in Environmental Governance: a Case Study from Solomon Islands. Human Ecology 45(3): 357-365.
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Conspecific aggregations mitigate the effects of ocean acidification on calcification of the coral Pocillopora verrucosa.

Evensen, NR and Edmunds, PJ (2017). Conspecific aggregations mitigate the effects of ocean acidification on calcification of the coral Pocillopora verrucosa. Journal of Experimental Biology 220(6): 1097-1105.
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Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood.

Fabinyi, M, Barclay, K and Eriksson, H (2017). Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(JUN).
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Fish, Trade and Food Security: Moving beyond ‘Availability’ Discourse in Marine Conservation.

Fabinyi, M, Dressler, WH and Pido, MD (2017). Fish, Trade and Food Security: Moving beyond ‘Availability’ Discourse in Marine Conservation. Human Ecology 45(2): 177-188.
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Studying interactions between excavating sponges and massive corals by the use of hybrid cores.

Fang, JKH, Mason, RAB, Schönberg, CHL, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2017). Studying interactions between excavating sponges and massive corals by the use of hybrid cores. Marine Ecology 38(1).
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Symbiotic plasticity of Symbiodinium in a common excavating sponge.

Fang, JKH, Schönberg, CHL, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2017). Symbiotic plasticity of Symbiodinium in a common excavating sponge. Marine Biology 164(5).
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Modulatory effect of the exudates released by the brown kelp Lessonia spicata on the toxicity of copper in early developmental stages of ecologically related organisms.

Fellous, A, Andrade, S, Vidal-Ramirez, F, Calderón, R, Beltran, J and Correa, JA (2017). Modulatory effect of the exudates released by the brown kelp Lessonia spicata on the toxicity of copper in early developmental stages of ecologically related organisms. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24(4): 3900-3911.
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Not equal in the face of habitat change: Closely related fishes differ in their ability to use predation-related information in degraded coral.

Ferrari, MCO, McCormick, MI, Allan, BJM and Chivers, DP (2017). Not equal in the face of habitat change: Closely related fishes differ in their ability to use predation-related information in degraded coral. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1852).
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The challenges and opportunities in cumulative effects assessment.

Foley, MM, Mease, LA, Martone, RG, Prahler, EE, Morrison, TH, Murray, CC and Wojcik, D (2017). The challenges and opportunities in cumulative effects assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 62: 122-134.
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Purpose, policy, and practice: Intent and reality for on-ground management and outcomes of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Fraser, KA, Adams, VM, Pressey, RL and Pandolfi, JM (2017). Purpose, policy, and practice: Intent and reality for on-ground management and outcomes of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Marine Policy 81: 301-311.
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Multiple Stressors and the Functioning of Coral Reefs.

Harborne, AR, Rogers, A, Bozec, YM and Mumby, PJ (2017). Multiple Stressors and the Functioning of Coral Reefs. Annual Review of Marine Science 9(1): 445-468.
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Environmental drivers of diurnal visits by transient predatory fishes to Caribbean patch reefs.

Harborne, AR, Selwyn, JD, Lawson, JM and Gallo, M (2017). Environmental drivers of diurnal visits by transient predatory fishes to Caribbean patch reefs. Journal of Fish Biology 90(1): 265-282.
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Strengthening the resilience of small-scale fisheries: A modeling approach to explore the use of in-shore pelagic resources in Melanesia.

Hardy, PY, Béné, C, Doyen, L and Mills, D (2017). Strengthening the resilience of small-scale fisheries: A modeling approach to explore the use of in-shore pelagic resources in Melanesia. Environmental Modelling & Software 96: 291-304.
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Coral larvae are poor swimmers and require fine-scale reef structure to settle.

Hata, T, Madin, JS, Cumbo, VR, Denny, M, Figueiredo, J, Harii, S, Thomas, CJ and Baird, AH (2017). Coral larvae are poor swimmers and require fine-scale reef structure to settle. Scientific Reports 7(1).
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Best practice framework and principles for monitoring the effect of coastal development on marine mammals.

Hawkins, ER, Harcourt, R, Bejder, L, Brooks, LO, Grech, A, Christiansen, F, Marsh, H and Harrison, PL (2017). Best practice framework and principles for monitoring the effect of coastal development on marine mammals. Frontiers in Marine Science 4.
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Biogeographic patterns in major marine realms: Function not taxonomy unites fish assemblages in reef, seagrass and mangrove systems.

Hemingson, CR and Bellwood, DR (2017). Biogeographic patterns in major marine realms: Function not taxonomy unites fish assemblages in reef, seagrass and mangrove systems. Ecography.
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Coral reef mesopredators switch prey, shortening food chains, in response to habitat degradation.

Hempson, TN, Graham, NAJ, MacNeil, MA, Williamson, DH, Jones, GP and Almany, GR (2017). Coral reef mesopredators switch prey, shortening food chains, in response to habitat degradation. Ecology and Evolution 7(8): 2626-2635.
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Can waterbirds with different movement, dietary and foraging functional traits occupy similar ecological niches?

Henry, DAW and Cumming, GS (2017). Can waterbirds with different movement, dietary and foraging functional traits occupy similar ecological niches? Landscape Ecology 32(2): 265-278.
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Defining the Core Microbiome in Corals’ Microbial Soup.

Hernandez-Agreda, A, Gates, RD and Ainsworth, TD (2017). Defining the Core Microbiome in Corals’ Microbial Soup. Trends in Microbiology 25(2): 125-140.
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Coral reef ecosystems under climate change and ocean acidification.

Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Poloczanska, ES, Skirving, W and Dove, S (2017). Coral reef ecosystems under climate change and ocean acidification. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(MAY).
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High coral cover at lower mesophotic depths: a dense Agaricia community at the leeward side of Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean.

Hoeksema, BW, Bongaerts, P and Baldwin, CC (2017). High coral cover at lower mesophotic depths: a dense Agaricia community at the leeward side of Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean. Marine Biodiversity 47(1): 67-70.
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Juvenile damselfish are affected but desensitize to small motor boat noise.

Holmes, LJ, McWilliam, J, Ferrari, MCO and McCormick, MI (2017). Juvenile damselfish are affected but desensitize to small motor boat noise. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 494: 63-68.
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Spatial competition dynamics between reef corals under ocean acidification.

Horwitz, R, Hoogenboom, MO and Fine, M (2017). Spatial competition dynamics between reef corals under ocean acidification. Scientific Reports 7.
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Mucus-secreting lips offer protection to suction-feeding corallivorous fishes.

Huertas, V and Bellwood, DR (2017). Mucus-secreting lips offer protection to suction-feeding corallivorous fishes. Current Biology 27(11): R406-R407.
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Coral reefs in the Anthropocene.

Hughes, TP, Barnes, ML, Bellwood, DR, Cinner, JE, Cumming, GS, Jackson, JBC, Kleypas, J, Van De Leemput, IA, Lough, JM, Morrison, TH, Palumbi, SR, Van Nes, EH and Scheffer, M (2017). Coral reefs in the Anthropocene. Nature 546(7656): 82-90.
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Global warming and recurrent mass bleaching of corals.

Hughes, TP, Kerry, JT, Álvarez-Noriega, M, Álvarez-Romero, JG, Anderson, KD, Baird, AH, Babcock, RC, Beger, M, Bellwood, DR, Berkelmans, R, Bridge, TC, Butler, IR, Byrne, M, Cantin, NE, Comeau, S, Connolly, SR, Cumming, GS, Dalton, SJ, Diaz-Pulido, G, Eakin, CM, Figueira, WF, Gilmour, JP, Harrison, HB, Heron, SF, Hoey, AS, Hobbs, JPA, Hoogenboom, MO, Kennedy, EV, Kuo, CY, Lough, JM, Lowe, RJ, Liu, G, McCulloch, MT, Malcolm, HA, McWilliam, MJ, Pandolfi, JM, Pears, RJ, Pratchett, MS, Schoepf, V, Simpson, T, Skirving, WJ, Sommer, B, Torda, G, Wachenfeld, DR, Willis, BL and Wilson, SK (2017). Global warming and recurrent mass bleaching of corals. Nature 543(7645): 373-377.
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Cumulative effects of suspended sediments, organic nutrients and temperature stress on early life history stages of the coral Acropora tenuis.

Humanes, A, Ricardo, GF, Willis, BL, Fabricius, KE and Negri, AP (2017). Cumulative effects of suspended sediments, organic nutrients and temperature stress on early life history stages of the coral Acropora tenuis. Scientific Reports 7.
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Physiology can contribute to better understanding, management, and conservation of coral reef fishes.

Illing, B and Rummer, JL (2017). Physiology can contribute to better understanding, management, and conservation of coral reef fishes. Conservation Physiology 5(1).
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Extensions of Island Biogeography Theory predict the scaling of functional trait composition with habitat area and isolation.

Jacquet, C, Mouillot, D, Kulbicki, M and Gravel, D (2017). Extensions of Island Biogeography Theory predict the scaling of functional trait composition with habitat area and isolation. Ecology Letters 20(2): 135-146.
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Drivers and predictions of coral reef carbonate budget trajectories.

Januchowski-Hartley, FA, Graham, NAJ, Wilson, SK, Jennings, S and Perry, CT (2017). Drivers and predictions of coral reef carbonate budget trajectories. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1847).
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The Relative Abundance and Transcriptional Activity of Marine Sponge-Associated Microorganisms Emphasizing Groups Involved in Sulfur Cycle.

Jensen, S, Fortunato, SAV, Hoffmann, F, Hoem, S, Rapp, HT, Øvreås, L and Torsvik, VL (2017). The Relative Abundance and Transcriptional Activity of Marine Sponge-Associated Microorganisms Emphasizing Groups Involved in Sulfur Cycle. Microbial Ecology 73(3): 668-676.
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Erratum to: Increasing productivity and improving livelihoods in aquatic agricultural systems: a review of interventions.

Joffre, OM, Castine, SA, Phillips, MJ, Senaratna Sellamuttu, S, Chandrabalan, D and Cohen, P (2017). Erratum to: Increasing productivity and improving livelihoods in aquatic agricultural systems: a review of interventions. Food Security 9(1): 61-62.
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Hybridization between damselfishes Dascyllus aruanus and D. Reticulatus on the Great Barrier Reef.

Johansen, JL, He, S, Frank, G, Pappas, MK, Berumen, ML and Hoey, AS (2017). Hybridization between damselfishes Dascyllus aruanus and D. reticulatus on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs: 1.
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Suitability of three fluorochrome markers for obtaining in situ growth rates of coralline algae.Suitability of three fluorochrome markers for obtaining in situ growth rates of coralline algae.

Lewis, B and Diaz-Pulido, G (2017). Suitability of three fluorochrome markers for obtaining in situ growth rates of coralline algae. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 490: 64-73.
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Opportunities and constraints for implementing integrated land–sea management on islands.

Jupiter, SD, Wenger, A, Klein, CJ, Albert, S, Mangubhai, S, Nelson, J, Teneva, L, Tulloch, VJ, White, AT and Watson, JEM (2017). Opportunities and constraints for implementing integrated land–sea management on islands. Environmental Conservation: 1-13.
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Comparison of recruitment tile materials for monitoring coralline algae responses to a changing climate.

Kennedy, EV, Ordoñez, A, Lewis, BE and Diaz-Pulido, G (2017). Comparison of recruitment tile materials for monitoring coralline algae responses to a changing climate. Marine Ecology Progress Series 569: 129-144.
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Symbiodinium spp. associated with scleractinian corals from Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan, in the South China Sea.

Keshavmurthy, S, Tang, KH, Hsu, CM, Gan, CH, Kuo, CY, Soong, K, Chou, HN and Chen, CA (2017). Symbiodinium spp. associated with scleractinian corals from Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan, in the South China Sea. PeerJ 2017(1).
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Shelter use by large reef fishes: long-term occupancy and the impacts of disturbance.

Khan, JA, Goatley, CHR, Brandl, SJ, Tebbett, SB and Bellwood, DR (2017). Shelter use by large reef fishes: long-term occupancy and the impacts of disturbance. Coral Reefs: 1-10.
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Structural factors influencing conservation decision-making: a case of species prioritisation in Australia.

Kiatkoski Kim, M, Evans, L, Fidelman, P, Scherl, LM and Marsh, H (2017). Structural factors influencing conservation decision-making: a case of species prioritisation in Australia. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management: 1-21.
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The short-lived neon damsel Pomacentrus coelestis: implications for population dynamics.

Kingsford, MJ, O’Callaghan, MD, Liggins, L and Gerlach, G (2017). The short-lived neon damsel Pomacentrus coelestis: implications for population dynamics. Journal of Fish Biology 90(5): 2041-2059.
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Committing to socially responsible seafood: Ocean science must evolve to meet social challenges in the seafood sector.

Kittinger, JN, Teh, LCL, Allison, EH, Bennett, NJ, Crowder, LB, Finkbeiner, EM, Hicks, C, Scarton, CG, Nakamura, K, Ota, Y, Young, J, Alifano, A, Apel, A, Arbib, A, Bishop, L, Boyle, M, Cisneros-Montemayor, AM, Hunter, P, Le Cornu, E, Levine, M, Jones, RS, Koehn, JZ, Marschke, M, Mason, JG, Micheli, F, McClenachan, L, Opal, C, Peacey, J, Peckham, SH, Schemmel, E, Solis-Rivera, V, Swartz, W and Wilhelm, TA (2017). Committing to socially responsible seafood: Ocean science must evolve to meet social challenges in the seafood sector. Science 356(6341): 912-913.
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Benthic Crustacea from tropical and temperate reef locations: differences in assemblages and their relationship with habitat structure.

Kramer, MJ, Bellwood, DR, Taylor, RB and Bellwood, O (2017). Benthic Crustacea from tropical and temperate reef locations: differences in assemblages and their relationship with habitat structure. Coral Reefs: 1-10.
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Incorporating larval dispersal into MPA design for both conservation and fisheries.

Krueck, NC, Ahmadia, GN, Green, A, Jones, GP, Possingham, HP, Riginos, C, Treml, EA and Mumby, PJ (2017). Incorporating larval dispersal into MPA design for both conservation and fisheries. Ecological Applications 27(3): 925-941.
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Marine Reserve Targets to Sustain and Rebuild Unregulated Fisheries.

Krueck, NC, Ahmadia, GN, Possingham, HP, Riginos, C, Treml, EA and Mumby, PJ (2017). Marine Reserve Targets to Sustain and Rebuild Unregulated Fisheries. PLoS Biology 15(1).
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Conodont apatite and compositions and implications for the evolution of Palaeozoic to early Mesozoic seawater.

Le Houedec, S, McCulloch, M, Trotter, J and Rankenburg, K (2017). Conodont apatite δ88/86Sr and δ44/40Ca compositions and implications for the evolution of Palaeozoic to early Mesozoic seawater. Chemical Geology 453: 55-65.
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Disentangling the pathways of land use impacts on the functional structure of fish assemblages in Amazon streams.

Leitão, RP, Zuanon, J, Mouillot, D, Leal, CG, Hughes, RM, Kaufmann, PR, Villéger, S, Pompeu, PS, Kasper, D, de Paula, FR, Ferraz, SFB and Gardner, TA (2017). Disentangling the pathways of land use impacts on the functional structure of fish assemblages in Amazon streams. Ecography.
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Expanding the Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae, Suessiales) Toolkit Through Protoplast Technology

Levin, RA, Suggett, DJ, Nitschke, MR, van Oppen, MJ and Steinberg, PD (2017). Expanding the Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae, Suessiales) Toolkit Through Protoplast Technology. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
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Evidence for a role of viruses in the thermal sensitivity of coral photosymbionts.

Levin, RA, Voolstra, CR, Weynberg, KD and Van Oppen, MJH (2017). Evidence for a role of viruses in the thermal sensitivity of coral photosymbionts. ISME Journal 11(3): 808-812.
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Seasonal growth and calcification of a reef-building crustose coralline alga on the Great Barrier Reef.

Lewis, B, Kennedy, EV and Diaz-Pulido, G (2017). Seasonal growth and calcification of a reef-building crustose coralline alga on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 568: 73-86.
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Analyses of corallimorpharian transcriptomes provide new perspectives on the evolution of calcification in the scleractinia (corals).

Lin, MF, Moya, A, Ying, H, Chen, CA, Cooke, I, Ball, EE, Forêt, S and Miller, DJ (2017). Analyses of corallimorpharian transcriptomes provide new perspectives on the evolution of calcification in the scleractinia (corals). Genome Biology and Evolution 9(1): 150-160.
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Predicting island biosecurity risk from introduced fauna using Bayesian Belief Networks.

Lohr, C, Wenger, A, Woodberry, O, Pressey, RL and Morris, K (2017). Predicting island biosecurity risk from introduced fauna using Bayesian Belief Networks. Science of the Total Environment 601-602: 1173-1181.
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Modeling dynamics of native and invasive species to guide prioritization of management actions.

Lohr, CA, Hone, J, Bode, M, Dickman, CR, Wenger, A and Pressey, RL (2017). Modeling dynamics of native and invasive species to guide prioritization of management actions. Ecosphere 8(5).
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Unravelling the depositional origins and diagenetic alteration of carbonate breccias.

Madden, RHC, Wilson, MEJ, Mihaljević, M, Pandolfi, JM and Welsh, K (2017). Unravelling the depositional origins and diagenetic alteration of carbonate breccias. Sedimentary Geology 357: 33-52.
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Integrated conservation planning for coral reefs: Designing conservation zones for multiple conservation objectives in spatial prioritisation.

Magris, RA, Pressey, RL, Mills, M, Vila-Nova, DA and Floeter, S (2017). Integrated conservation planning for coral reefs: Designing conservation zones for multiple conservation objectives in spatial prioritisation. Global Ecology and Conservation 11: 53-68.
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Depth distribution and abundance of a coral-associated reef fish: roles of recruitment and post-recruitment processes.

Smallhorn-West, PF, Bridge, TCL, Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2017). Depth distribution and abundance of a coral-associated reef fish: roles of recruitment and post-recruitment processes. Coral Reefs 36(1): 157-166.
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Key players in conservation diffusion: Using social network analysis to identify critical injection points.

Mbaru, EK and Barnes, ML (2017). Key players in conservation diffusion: Using social network analysis to identify critical injection points. Biological Conservation 210: 222-232.
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Interspecific differences in how habitat degradation affects escape response.

McCormick, MI and Allan, BJM (2017). Interspecific differences in how habitat degradation affects escape response. Scientific Reports 7(1).
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Interspecific differences in how habitat degradation affects escape response.

McCormick, MI and Allan, BJM (2017). Interspecific differences in how habitat degradation affects escape response. Scientific Reports 7(1).
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Habitat degradation disrupts neophobia in juvenile coral reef fish.

McCormick, MI, Chivers, DP, Allan, BJM and Ferrari, MCO (2017). Habitat degradation disrupts neophobia in juvenile coral reef fish. Global Change Biology 23(2): 719-727.
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Coral calcification in a changing World and the interactive dynamics of pH and DIC upregulation.

McCulloch, MT, D’Olivo, JP, Falter, J, Holcomb, M and Trotter, JA (2017). Coral calcification in a changing World and the interactive dynamics of pH and DIC upregulation. Nature Communications 8.
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Variation in incidence and severity of injuries among crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris) on Australia’s great barrier reef.

Messmer, V, Pratchett, M and Chong-Seng, K (2017). Variation in incidence and severity of injuries among crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris) on Australia’s great barrier reef. Diversity 9(1).
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Global warming may disproportionately affect larger adults in a predatory coral reef fish.

Messmer, V, Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS, Tobin, AJ, Coker, DJ, Cooke, SJ and Clark, TD (2017). Global warming may disproportionately affect larger adults in a predatory coral reef fish. Global Change Biology 23(6): 2230-2240.
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Influence of magnetic configuration on edge turbulence and transport in the H-1 Heliac.

Michael, CA, Zhao, F, Blackwell, B, Vos, MFJ, Brotankova, J, Haskey, SR, Seiwald, B and Howard, J (2017). Influence of magnetic configuration on edge turbulence and transport in the H-1 Heliac. Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 59(2).
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Livelihood diversity and dynamism in Timor-Leste; insights for coastal resource governance and livelihood development.

Mills, DJ, Tilley, A, Pereira, M, Hellebrandt, D, Pereira Fernandes, A and Cohen, PJ (2017). Livelihood diversity and dynamism in Timor-Leste; insights for coastal resource governance and livelihood development. Marine Policy 82: 206-215.
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Naturally occurring hybrids of coral reef butterflyfishes have similar fitness compared to parental species.

Montanari, SR, Hobbs, JPA, Pratchett, MS, Bay, LK and Van Herwerden, L (2017). Naturally occurring hybrids of coral reef butterflyfishes have similar fitness compared to parental species. PLoS ONE 12(3).
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Discriminating populations of medusae (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) using statolith microchemistry.

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2017). Discriminating populations of medusae (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) using statolith microchemistry. Marine and Freshwater Research 68(6): 1144-1152.
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Statolith morphometrics as a tool to distinguish among populations of three cubozoan species.

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2017). Statolith morphometrics as a tool to distinguish among populations of three cubozoan species. Hydrobiologia 787(1): 111-121.
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Mitigation and adaptation in polycentric systems: Sources of power in the pursuit of collective goals.

Morrison, TH, Adger, WN, Brown, K, Lemos, MC, Huitema, D and Hughes, TP (2017). Mitigation and adaptation in polycentric systems: Sources of power in the pursuit of collective goals. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change.
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Chemical cues correlate with agonistic behaviour and female mate choice in the southern blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa (Hoyle, 1883) (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae).

Morse, P, Zenger, KR, McCormick, MI, Meekan, MG and Huffard, CL (2017). Chemical cues correlate with agonistic behaviour and female mate choice in the southern blue-ringed octopus, Hapalochlaena maculosa (Hoyle, 1883) (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 83(1): 79-87.
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Limited capacity for developmental thermal acclimation in three tropical wrasses.

Motson, K and Donelson, JM (2017). Limited capacity for developmental thermal acclimation in three tropical wrasses. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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Trends and frontiers for the science and management of the oceans.

Mumby, PJ (2017). Trends and frontiers for the science and management of the oceans. Current Biology 27(11): R431-R434.
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Avoiding a crisis of motivation for ocean management under global environmental change.

Mumby, PJ, Sanchirico, JN, Broad, K, Beck, MW, Tyedmers, P, Morikawa, M, Okey, TA, Crowder, LB, Fulton, EA, Kelso, D, Kleypas, JA, Munch, SB, Glynn, P, Matthews, K and Lubchenco, J (2017). Avoiding a crisis of motivation for ocean management under global environmental change. Global Change Biology.
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Potential for adaptation to climate change in a coral reef fish.

Munday, PL, Donelson, JM and Domingos, JA (2017). Potential for adaptation to climate change in a coral reef fish. Global Change Biology 23(1): 307-317.
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Geographic variation in factors that influence timing of moult and breeding in waterfowl.

Ndlovu, M, Hockey, PAR and Cumming, GS (2017). Geographic variation in factors that influence timing of moult and breeding in waterfowl. Zoology 122: 100-106.
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Motorboat noise impacts parental behaviour and offspring survival in a reef fish.

Nedelec, SL, Radford, AN, Pearl, L, Nedelec, B, McCormick, MI, Meekan, MG and Simpson, SD (2017). Motorboat noise impacts parental behaviour and offspring survival in a reef fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1856).
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Correct application of the IUCN protected area management categories to the CCAMLR Convention Area.

Nicoll, R and Day, JC (2017). Correct application of the IUCN protected area management categories to the CCAMLR Convention Area. Marine Policy 77: 9-12.
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Reptile species persistence under climate change and direct human threats in north-western Argentina.

Nori, J, Leynaud, GC, Volante, J, Abdala, CS, Scrocchi, GJ, RodrÍGuez-Soto, C, Pressey, RL and Loyola, R (2017). Reptile species persistence under climate change and direct human threats in north-western Argentina. Environmental Conservation: 1-7.
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Reply to Comment on ‘Drought variability in the eastern Australia and New Zealand summer drought atlas (ANZDA, CE 1500-2012) modulated by the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation’.

Palmer, JG, Cook, ER, Turney, CSM, Allen, K, Fenwick, P, Cook, BI, O’Donnell, A, Lough, J, Grierson, P and Baker, PJ (2017). Reply to Comment on ‘Drought variability in the eastern Australia and New Zealand summer drought atlas (ANZDA, CE 1500-2012) modulated by the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation’. Environmental Research Letters 12(6).
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Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being.

Pecl, GT, Araújo, MB, Bell, JD, Blanchard, J, Bonebrake, TC, Chen, IC, Clark, TD, Colwell, RK, Danielsen, F, Evengård, B, Falconi, L, Ferrier, S, Frusher, S, Garcia, RA, Griffis, RB, Hobday, AJ, Janion-Scheepers, C, Jarzyna, MA, Jennings, S, Lenoir, J, Linnetved, HI, Martin, VY, McCormack, PC, McDonald, J, Mitchell, NJ, Mustonen, T, Pandolfi, JM, Pettorelli, N, Popova, E, Robinson, SA, Scheffers, BR, Shaw, JD, Sorte, CJB, Strugnell, JM, Sunday, JM, Tuanmu, MN, Vergés, A, Villanueva, C, Wernberg, T, Wapstra, E and Williams, SE (2017). Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being. Science 355(6332).
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White syndrome-affected corals have a distinct microbiome at disease lesion fronts.

Pollock, FJ, Wada, N, Torda, G, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2017). White syndrome-affected corals have a distinct microbiome at disease lesion fronts. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 83(2).
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Sediment transport in the presence of large reef bottom roughness.

Pomeroy, AWM, Lowe, RJ, Ghisalberti, M, Storlazzi, C, Symonds, G and Roelvink, D (2017). Sediment transport in the presence of large reef bottom roughness. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122(2): 1347-1368.
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Photoacclimatory and photoprotective responses to cold versus heat stress in high latitude reef corals.

Pontasch, S, Fisher, PL, Krueger, T, Dove, S, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Leggat, W and Davy, SK (2017). Photoacclimatory and photoprotective responses to cold versus heat stress in high latitude reef corals. Journal of Phycology 53(2): 308-321.
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Abundance and composition of juvenile corals reveals divergent trajectories for coral assemblages across the United Arab Emirates.

Pratchett, MS, Baird, AH, Bauman, AG and Burt, JA (2017). Abundance and composition of juvenile corals reveals divergent trajectories for coral assemblages across the United Arab Emirates. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114(2): 1031-1035.
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Effects of climate change on coral grouper (Plectropomus spp.) and possible adaptation options.

Pratchett, MS, Cameron, DS, Donelson, J, Evans, L, Frisch, AJ, Hobday, AJ, Hoey, AS, Marshall, NA, Messmer, V, Munday, PL, Pears, R, Pecl, G, Reynolds, A, Scott, M, Tobin, A, Tobin, R, Welch, DJ and Williamson, DH (2017). Effects of climate change on coral grouper (Plectropomus spp.) and possible adaptation options. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27(2): 297-316.
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Larval survivorship and settlement of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris) at varying algal cell densities.

Pratchett, MS, Dworjanyn, S, Mos, B, Caballes, CF, Thompson, CA and Blowes, S (2017). Larval survivorship and settlement of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris) at varying algal cell densities. Diversity 9(1).
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Shifts in species abundance of large benthic foraminifera Amphistegina: the possible effects of Tropical Cyclone Ita.

Prazeres, M, Roberts, TE and Pandolfi, JM (2017). Shifts in species abundance of large benthic foraminifera Amphistegina: the possible effects of Tropical Cyclone Ita. Coral Reefs 36(1): 305-309.
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Variation in sensitivity of large benthic Foraminifera to the combined effects of ocean warming and local impacts.

Prazeres, M, Roberts, TE and Pandolfi, JM (2017). Variation in sensitivity of large benthic Foraminifera to the combined effects of ocean warming and local impacts. Scientific Reports 7.
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The Vulnerability and Resilience of Reef-Building Corals.

Putnam, HM, Barott, KL, Ainsworth, TD and Gates, RD (2017). The Vulnerability and Resilience of Reef-Building Corals. Current Biology 27(11): R528-R540.
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Subcellular tracking reveals the location of dimethylsulfoniopropionate in microalgae and visualises its uptake by marine bacteria.

Raina, JB, Clode, PL, Cheong, S, Bougoure, J, Kilburn, MR, Reeder, A, Forêt, S, Stat, M, Beltran, V, Thomas-Hall, P, Tapiolas, D, Motti, CM, Gong, B, Pernice, M, Marjo, CE, Seymour, JR, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2017). Subcellular tracking reveals the location of dimethylsulfoniopropionate in microalgae and visualises its uptake by marine bacteria. eLife 6.
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A decadal analysis of bioeroding sponge cover on the inshore Great Barrier Reef.

Ramsby, BD, Hoogenboom, MO, Whalan, S, Webster, NS and Thompson, A (2017). A decadal analysis of bioeroding sponge cover on the inshore Great Barrier Reef. Scientific Reports 7(1).
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Use of skeletal Sr/Ca ratios to determine growth patterns in a branching coral Isopora palifera.

Razak, TB, Mumby, PJ, Nguyen, AD, Zhao, JX, Lough, JM, Cantin, NE and Roff, G (2017). Use of skeletal Sr/Ca ratios to determine growth patterns in a branching coral Isopora palifera. Marine Biology 164(4).
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Using eDNA to determine the source of organic carbon in seagrass meadows.

Reef, R, Atwood, TB, Samper-Villarreal, J, Adame, MF, Sampayo, EM and Lovelock, CE (2017). Using eDNA to determine the source of organic carbon in seagrass meadows. Limnology and Oceanography 62(3): 1254-1265.
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Nitrogen Cycle: 21st-century rise in anthropogenic nitrogen deposition on a remote coral reef.

Ren, H, Chen, YC, Wang, XT, Wong, GTF, Cohen, AL, DeCarlo, TM, Weigand, MA, Mii, HS and Sigman, DM (2017). Nitrogen Cycle: 21st-century rise in anthropogenic nitrogen deposition on a remote coral reef. Science 356(6339): 749-752.
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Birds as key vectors for the dispersal of some alien species: Further thoughts.

Reynolds, C, Cumming, GS, Vilà, M and Green, AJ (2017). Birds as key vectors for the dispersal of some alien species: Further thoughts. Diversity and Distributions 23(5): 577-580.
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Scoring methods do not provide reliable conservation priorities for marine biodiversity protection.

Ribeiro, BR, Brum, FT, Pressey, RL and Loyola, R (2017). Scoring methods do not provide reliable conservation priorities for marine biodiversity protection. Biological Conservation 210: 349-350.
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Structural complexity mediates functional structure of reef fish assemblages among coral habitats.

Richardson, LE, Graham, NAJ, Pratchett, MS and Hoey, AS (2017). Structural complexity mediates functional structure of reef fish assemblages among coral habitats. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100(3): 193-207.
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Variation in the health and biochemical condition of the coral Acropora tenuis along two water quality gradients on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Rocker, MM, Francis, DS, Fabricius, KE, Willis, BL and Bay, LK (2017). Variation in the health and biochemical condition of the coral Acropora tenuis along two water quality gradients on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 119(2): 106-119.
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Thermosensitive period of sex determination in the coral-reef damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus and the implications of projected ocean warming.

Rodgers, GG, Donelson, JM and Munday, PL (2017). Thermosensitive period of sex determination in the coral-reef damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus and the implications of projected ocean warming. Coral Reefs 36(1): 131-138.
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Biological responses of sharks to ocean acidification.

Rosa, R, Rummer, JL and Munday, PL (2017). Biological responses of sharks to ocean acidification. Biology Letters 13(3).
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Herbicide effects on the growth and photosynthetic efficiency of Cassiopea maremetens.

Rowen, DJ, Templeman, MA and Kingsford, MJ (2017). Herbicide effects on the growth and photosynthetic efficiency of Cassiopea maremetens. Chemosphere 182: 143-148.
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What if you can’t sense your enemy… and your enemy is an invasive predator?

Rummer, JL (2017). What if you can’t sense your enemy… and your enemy is an invasive predator? Conservation Physiology 5(1).
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Climate change and the evolution of reef fishes: past and future.

Rummer, JL and Munday, PL (2017). Climate change and the evolution of reef fishes: past and future. Fish and Fisheries 18(1): 22-39.
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Off-reef planktivorous reef fishes respond positively to decadal-scale no-take marine reserve protection and negatively to benthic habitat change.

Russ, GR, Aller-Rojas, OD, Rizzari, JR and Alcala, AC (2017). Off-reef planktivorous reef fishes respond positively to decadal-scale no-take marine reserve protection and negatively to benthic habitat change. Marine Ecology 38(3).
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Rapid decline and decadal-scale recovery of corals and Chaetodon butterflyfish on Philippine coral reefs.

Russ, GR and Leahy, SM (2017). Rapid decline and decadal-scale recovery of corals and Chaetodon butterflyfish on Philippine coral reefs. Marine Biology 164(1).
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Phase heterogeneity in carbonate production by marine fish influences their roles in sediment generation and the inorganic carbon cycle.

Salter, MA, Harborne, AR, Perry, CT and Wilson, RW (2017). Phase heterogeneity in carbonate production by marine fish influences their roles in sediment generation and the inorganic carbon cycle. Scientific Reports 7(1).
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Seagrass morphometrics at species level in Moreton Bay, Australia from 2012 to 2013.

Samper-Villarreal, J, Roelfsema, C, Kovacs, EM, Adi, NS, Lyons, M, Mumby, PJ, Lovelock, CE, Saunders, MI and Phinn, SR (2017). Seagrass morphometrics at species level in Moreton Bay, Australia from 2012 to 2013. Scientific Data 4.
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Unraveling the microbial processes of black band disease in corals through integrated genomics.

Sato, Y, Ling, EYS, Turaev, D, Laffy, P, Weynberg, KD, Rattei, T, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2017). Unraveling the microbial processes of black band disease in corals through integrated genomics. Scientific Reports 7.
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Coral calcification under environmental change: a direct comparison of the alkalinity anomaly and buoyant weight techniques.

Schoepf, V, Hu, X, Holcomb, M, Cai, WJ, Li, Q, Wang, Y, Xu, H, Warner, ME, Melman, TF, Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Matsui, Y, Baumann, JH and Grottoli, AG (2017). Coral calcification under environmental change: a direct comparison of the alkalinity anomaly and buoyant weight techniques. Coral Reefs 36(1): 13-25.
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Decision Support Frameworks and Tools for Conservation.

Schwartz, MW, Cook, CN, Pressey, RL, Pullin, AS, Runge, MC, Salafsky, N, Sutherland, WJ and Williamson, MA (2017). Decision Support Frameworks and Tools for Conservation. Conservation Letters.
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Decision Support Frameworks and Tools for Conservation.

Schwartz, MW, Cook, CN, Pressey, RL, Pullin, AS, Runge, MC, Salafsky, N, Sutherland, WJ and Williamson, MA (2017). Decision Support Frameworks and Tools for Conservation. Conservation Letters.
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Severe consequences for anemonefishes and their host sea anemones during the 2016 bleaching event at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef.

Scott, A and Hoey, AS (2017). Severe consequences for anemonefishes and their host sea anemones during the 2016 bleaching event at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs: 1.
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Localised hydrodynamics influence vulnerability of coral communities to environmental disturbances.

Shedrawi, G, Falter, JL, Friedman, KJ, Lowe, RJ, Pratchett, MS, Simpson, CJ, Speed, CW, Wilson, SK and Zhang, Z (2017). Localised hydrodynamics influence vulnerability of coral communities to environmental disturbances. Coral Reefs: 1-12.
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Seriatopora diversity preserved in upper mesophotic coral ecosystems in Southern Japan.

Sinniger, F, Prasetia, R, Yorifuji, M, Bongaerts, P and Harii, S (2017). Seriatopora diversity preserved in upper mesophotic coral ecosystems in Southern Japan. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(MAY).
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Differential response to abiotic stress controls species distributions at biogeographic transition zones.

Sommer, B, Beger, M, Harrison, PL, Babcock, RC and Pandolfi, JM (2017). Differential response to abiotic stress controls species distributions at biogeographic transition zones. Ecography.
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Transboundary research in fisheries.

Song, AM, Scholtens, J, Stephen, J, Bavinck, M and Chuenpagdee, R (2017). Transboundary research in fisheries. Marine Policy 76: 8-18.
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Effects of temperature, salinity and composition of the dinoflagellate assemblage on the growth of Gambierdiscus carpenteri isolated from the Great Barrier Reef.

Sparrow, L, Momigliano, P, Russ, GR and Heimann, K (2017). Effects of temperature, salinity and composition of the dinoflagellate assemblage on the growth of Gambierdiscus carpenteri isolated from the Great Barrier Reef. Harmful Algae 65: 52-60.
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Singing above the chorus: cooperative Princess cichlid fish (Neolamprologus pulcher) has high pitch.

Spinks, RK, Muschick, M, Salzburger, W and Gante, HF (2017). Singing above the chorus: cooperative Princess cichlid fish (Neolamprologus pulcher) has high pitch. Hydrobiologia 791(1): 115-125.
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Herbivory in the marine realm.

Steneck, RS, Bellwood, DR and Hay, ME (2017). Herbivory in the marine realm. Current Biology 27(11): R484-R489.
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High prevalence of homing behaviour among juvenile coral-reef fishes and the role of body size.

Streit, RP and Bellwood, DR (2017). High prevalence of homing behaviour among juvenile coral-reef fishes and the role of body size. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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Percnon gibbesi (H. Milne Edwards, 1853) and Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun, 1896) in the Ligurian Sea: Two additional invasive species detections made in collaboration with local fishermen.

Suaria, G, Pierucci, A, Zanello, P, Fanelli, E, Chiesa, S and Azzurro, E (2017). Percnon gibbesi (H. Milne Edwards, 1853) and Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun, 1896) in the Ligurian Sea: Two additional invasive species detections made in collaboration with local fishermen. BioInvasions Records 6(2): 147-151.
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Ocean acidification can mediate biodiversity shifts by changing biogenic habitat.

Sunday, JM, Fabricius, KE, Kroeker, KJ, Anderson, KM, Brown, NE, Barry, JP, Connell, SD, Dupont, S, Gaylord, B, Hall-Spencer, JM, Klinger, T, Milazzo, M, Munday, PL, Russell, BD, Sanford, E, Thiyagarajan, V, Vaughan, MLH, Widdicombe, S and Harley, CDG (2017). Ocean acidification can mediate biodiversity shifts by changing biogenic habitat. Nature Climate Change 7(1): 81-85.
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Detecting spatial regimes in ecosystems.

Sundstrom, SM, Eason, T, Nelson, RJ, Angeler, DG, Barichievy, C, Garmestani, AS, Graham, NAJ, Granholm, D, Gunderson, L, Knutson, M, Nash, KL, Spanbauer, T, Stow, CA and Allen, CR (2017). Detecting spatial regimes in ecosystems. Ecology Letters 20(1): 19-32.
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More than just a corridor: A suburban river catchment enhances bird functional diversity.

Suri, J, Anderson, PM, Charles-Dominique, T, Hellard, E and Cumming, GS (2017). More than just a corridor: A suburban river catchment enhances bird functional diversity. Landscape and Urban Planning 157: 331-342.
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Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyser for elasmobranchs.

Talwar, B, Bouyoucos, IA, Shipley, O, Rummer, JL, Mandelman, JW, Brooks, EJ and Dean Grubbs, R (2017). Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyser for elasmobranchs. Conservation Physiology 5(1).
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Algal Turf Sediments and Sediment Production by Parrotfishes across the Continental Shelf of the Northern Great Barrier Reef.

Tebbett, SB, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2017). Algal Turf Sediments and Sediment Production by Parrotfishes across the Continental Shelf of the Northern Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 12(1).
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Clarifying functional roles: algal removal by the surgeonfishes Ctenochaetus striatus and Acanthurus nigrofuscus.

Tebbett, SB, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2017). Clarifying functional roles: algal removal by the surgeonfishes Ctenochaetus striatus and Acanthurus nigrofuscus. Coral Reefs: 1-11.
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The effects of algal turf sediments and organic loads on feeding by coral reef surgeonfishes.

Tebbett, SB, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2017). The effects of algal turf sediments and organic loads on feeding by coral reef surgeonfishes. PLoS ONE 12(1).
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Fine sediments suppress detritivory on coral reefs.

Tebbett, SB, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2017). Fine sediments suppress detritivory on coral reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114(2): 934-940.
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Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) community patterns in invertebrate hosts from inshore marginal reefs of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Tonk, L, Sampayo, EM, Chai, A, Schrameyer, V and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2017). Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) community patterns in invertebrate hosts from inshore marginal reefs of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Phycology 53(3): 589-600.
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Sustaining rare marine microorganisms: Macroorganisms as repositories and dispersal agents of microbial diversity.

Troussellier, M, Escalas, A, Bouvier, T and Mouillot, D (2017). Sustaining rare marine microorganisms: Macroorganisms as repositories and dispersal agents of microbial diversity. Frontiers in Microbiology 8(MAY).
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Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world’s coral reefs.

van Oppen, MJH, Gates, RD, Blackall, LL, Cantin, N, Chakravarti, LJ, Chan, WY, Cormick, C, Crean, A, Damjanovic, K, Epstein, H, Harrison, PL, Jones, TA, Miller, M, Pears, RJ, Peplow, LM, Raftos, DA, Schaffelke, B, Stewart, K, Torda, G, Wachenfeld, D, Weeks, AR and Putnam, HM (2017). Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world’s coral reefs. Global Change Biology.
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Functional Rarity: The Ecology of Outliers.

Violle, C, Thuiller, W, Mouquet, N, Munoz, F, Kraft, NJB, Cadotte, MW, Livingstone, SW and Mouillot, D (2017). Functional Rarity: The Ecology of Outliers. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32(5): 356-367.
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Ocean acidification alters predator behaviour and reduces predation rate.

Watson, SA, Fields, JB and Munday, PL (2017). Ocean acidification alters predator behaviour and reduces predation rate. Biology Letters 13(2).
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Detecting fisheries trends in a co-managed area in the Kingdom of Tonga.

Webster, FJ, Cohen, PJ, Malimali, S, Tautai, M, Vidler, K, Mailau, S, Vaipuna, L and Fatongiatau, V (2017). Detecting fisheries trends in a co-managed area in the Kingdom of Tonga. Fisheries Research 186: 168-176.
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Developmental and loco-like effects of a swainsonine-induced inhibition of α-mannosidase in the honey bee, apis mellifera.

Wedd, L, Ashby, R, Foret, S and Maleszka, R (2017). Developmental and loco-like effects of a swainsonine-induced inhibition of α-mannosidase in the honey bee, apis mellifera. PeerJ 2017(3).
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Using reef fish movement to inform marine reserve design.

Weeks, R, Green, AL, Joseph, E, Peterson, N and Terk, E (2017). Using reef fish movement to inform marine reserve design. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(1): 145-152.
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Heritability of behavioural tolerance to high CO2 in a coral reef fish is masked by nonadaptive phenotypic plasticity.

Welch, MJ and Munday, PL (2017). Heritability of behavioural tolerance to high CO2 in a coral reef fish is masked by nonadaptive phenotypic plasticity. Evolutionary Applications.
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A critical analysis of the direct effects of dredging on fish.

Wenger, AS, Harvey, E, Wilson, S, Rawson, C, Newman, SJ, Clarke, D, Saunders, BJ, Browne, N, Travers, MJ, McIlwain, JL, Erftemeijer, PLA, Hobbs, JPA, McLean, D, Depczynski, M and Evans, RD (2017). A critical analysis of the direct effects of dredging on fish. Fish and Fisheries.
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Prevalent and persistent viral infection in cultures of the coral algal endosymbiont Symbiodinium.

Weynberg, KD, Neave, M, Clode, PL, Voolstra, CR, Brownlee, C, Laffy, P, Webster, NS, Levin, RA, Wood-Charlson, EM and van Oppen, MJH (2017). Prevalent and persistent viral infection in cultures of the coral algal endosymbiont Symbiodinium. Coral Reefs: 1-12.
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Modelling growth of Juvenile crown-of-thorns starfish on the northern Great Barrier Reef.

Wilmes, J, Matthews, S, Schultz, D, Messmer, V, Hoey, A and Pratchett, M (2017). Modelling growth of Juvenile crown-of-thorns starfish on the northern Great Barrier Reef. Diversity 9(1).
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Linking the ‘meta-governance’ imperative to regional governance in resource communities.

Wilson, CE, Morrison, TH and Everingham, JA (2017). Linking the ‘meta-governance’ imperative to regional governance in resource communities. Journal of Rural Studies 50: 188-197.
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Standing infragravity waves over an alongshore irregular rocky bathymetry.

Winter, G, Lowe, RJ, Symonds, G, Hansen, JE and van Dongeren, AR (2017). Standing infragravity waves over an alongshore irregular rocky bathymetry. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans.
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Superstars: Assessing nutrient thresholds for enhanced larval success of Acanthaster planci, a review of the evidence.

Wolfe, K, Graba-Landry, A, Dworjanyn, SA and Byrne, M (2017). Superstars: Assessing nutrient thresholds for enhanced larval success of Acanthaster planci, a review of the evidence. Marine Pollution Bulletin 116(1-2): 307-314.
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Excess seawater nutrients, enlarged algal symbiont densities and bleaching sensitive reef locations: 2. A regional-scale predictive model for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Wooldridge, SA, Heron, SF, Brodie, JE, Done, TJ, Masiri, I and Hinrichs, S (2017). Excess seawater nutrients, enlarged algal symbiont densities and bleaching sensitive reef locations: 2. A regional-scale predictive model for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114(1): 343-354.
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Primary life stage boron isotope and trace elements incorporation in aposymbiotic Acropora millepora coral under ocean acidification and warming.

Wu, HC, Dissard, D, Le Cornec, F, Thil, F, Tribollet, A, Moya, A and Douville, E (2017). Primary life stage boron isotope and trace elements incorporation in aposymbiotic Acropora millepora coral under ocean acidification and warming. Frontiers in Marine Science 4(MAY).
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Using palaeolimnological data and historical records to assess long-term dynamics of ecosystem services in typical Yangtze shallow lakes (China).

Xu, M, Dong, X, Yang, X, Wang, R, Zhang, K, Zhao, Y, Davidson, TA and Jeppesen, E (2017). Using palaeolimnological data and historical records to assess long-term dynamics of ecosystem services in typical Yangtze shallow lakes (China). Science of the Total Environment 584-585: 791-802.
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Network theory and metapopulation persistence: incorporating node self-connections.

Zamborain-Mason, J, Russ, GR, Abesamis, RA, Bucol, AA and Connolly, SR (2017). Network theory and metapopulation persistence: incorporating node self-connections. Ecology Letters 20(7): 815-831.
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Filling the gaps: First record of the crown-of-thorns Starfish, Acanthaster Planci (Linnaeus, 1758) (spinulosida: Acanthasteridae), at Gorgona island, Colombia, tropical eastern Pacific.

Zapata, FA, del Mar Palacios, M, Zambrano, V and Rodríguez-Moreno, M (2017). Filling the gaps: First record of the crown-of-thorns Starfish, Acanthaster Planci (Linnaeus, 1758) (spinulosida: Acanthasteridae), at Gorgona island, Colombia, tropical eastern Pacific. Check List 13(3).
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management.

Blythe, J, Cohen, P, Abernethy, K and Evans, L (2017). Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management. Governing the Coastal Commons: Communities, Resilience and Transformation, 141-156 pp.

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2016 Scientific Publications [391]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Predicting reef fish connectivity from biogeographic patterns and larval dispersal modelling to inform the development of marine reserve networks.

Abesamis, RA, Stockwell, BL, Bernardo, LPC, Villanoy, CL and Russ, GR (2016). Predicting reef fish connectivity from biogeographic patterns and larval dispersal modelling to inform the development of marine reserve networks. Ecological Indicators 66: 534-544.
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Susceptibility and status of avian influenza in ostriches.

Abolnik, C, Olivier, A, Reynolds, C, Henry, D, Cumming, G, Rauff, D, Romito, M, Petty, D and Falch, C (2016). Susceptibility and status of avian influenza in ostriches. 9th International Symposium on Avian Influenza, ISAI 2015 60(1): 286-295.

Feedback between sediment and light for seagrass: Where is it important?

Adams, MP, Hovey, RK, Hipsey, MR, Bruce, LC, Ghisalberti, M, Lowe, RJ, Gruber, RK, Ruiz-Montoya, L, Maxwell, PS, Callaghan, DP, Kendrick, GA and O’Brien, KR (2016). Feedback between sediment and light for seagrass: Where is it important? Limnology and Oceanography.
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Using optimal land-use scenarios to assess trade-offs between conservation, development, and social values.

Adams, VM, Pressey, RL and Álvarez-Romero, JG (2016). Using optimal land-use scenarios to assess trade-offs between conservation, development, and social values. PLoS ONE 11(6).
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‘Dangerous Targets’ revisited: Old dangers in new contexts plague marine protected areas.

Agardy, T, Claudet, J and Day, JC (2016). ‘Dangerous Targets’ revisited: Old dangers in new contexts plague marine protected areas. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26: 7-23.
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Climate change disables coral bleaching protection on the Great Barrier Reef.

Ainsworth, T. D., S. F. Heron, J. C. Ortiz, P. J. Mumby, A. Grech, D. Ogawa, C. M. Eakin and W. Leggat (2016). Climate change disables coral bleaching protection on the Great Barrier Reef. Science 352(6283): 338-342.
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Corals’ microbial sentinels.

Ainsworth, TD and Gates, RD (2016). Corals’ microbial sentinels. Science 352(6293): 1518-1519.

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Ocean acidification: linking science to management solutions using the Great Barrier Reef as a case study.

Albright, R, Anthony, KR, Baird, M, Beeden, R, Byrne, M, Collier, C, Dove, S, Fabricius, K, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Kelly, RP, Lough, J, Mongin, M, Munday, PL, Pears, RJ, Russell, BD, Tilbrook, B and Abal, E (2016). Ocean acidification: linking science to management solutions using the Great Barrier Reef as a case study. Journal of Environmental Management 182: 641-650.
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Quantifying spatial resilience

Allen, CR, Angeler, DG, Cumming, GS, Folke, C, Twidwell, D, Uden, DR and Bennett, J (2016). Quantifying spatial resilience. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(3): 625-635.
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Incorporating historical data into aquaculture planning

Alleway, HK, Thurstan, RH, Lauer, PR and Connell, SD (2016). Incorporating historical data into aquaculture planning. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 73(5): 1427-1436
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Fecundity and the demographic strategies of coral morphologies.

Álvarez-Noriega, M, Baird, AH, Dornelas, M, Madin, JS, Cumbo, VR and Connolly, SR (2016). Fecundity and the demographic strategies of coral morphologies. Ecology
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Scale dependency in effectiveness, isolation, and social-ecological spillover of protected areas. Conservation Biology.

Ament, JM and Cumming, GS (2016). Scale dependency in effectiveness, isolation, and social-ecological spillover of protected areas. Conservation Biology.
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Management applications of discontinuity theory

Angeler, DG, Allen, CR, Barichievy, C, Eason, T, Garmestani, AS, Graham, NAJ, Granholm, D, Gunderson, LH, Knutson, M, Nash, KL, Nelson, RJ, Nyström, M, Spanbauer, TL, Stow, CA, Sundstrom, SM and Bennett, J (2016). Management applications of discontinuity theory. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(3): 688-698..
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Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: a case study from Cocos Island, Costa Rica.

Arias, A, Pressey, RL, Jones, RE, Álvarez-Romero, JG and Cinner, JE (2016). Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: a case study from Cocos Island, Costa Rica. ORYX 50(1): 18-26.
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Combatting illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing with information: a case of probable illegal fishing in the tropical eastern pacific.

Arias, A and Pressey, RL (2016). Combatting illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing with information: a case of probable illegal fishing in the tropical eastern pacific. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 13.
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Species delimitation in the reef coral genera Echinophyllia and Oxypora (Scleractinia, Lobophylliidae) with a description of two new species.

Arrigoni, R, Berumen, ML, Chen, CA, Terraneo, TI, Baird, AH, Payri, C and Benzoni, F (2016). Species delimitation in the reef coral genera Echinophyllia and Oxypora (Scleractinia, Lobophylliidae) with a description of two new species. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 105: 146-159.
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MicroRNAs in Honey Bee Caste Determination.

Ashby, R, Forêt, S, Searle, I and Maleszka, R (2016). MicroRNAs in Honey Bee Caste Determination. Scientific Reports 6.
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Relationships between size and reproductive output in the crown-of-thorns starfish.

Babcock, RC, Milton, DA and Pratchett, MS (2016). Relationships between size and reproductive output in the crown-of-thorns starfish. Marine Biology 163(11).
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Assessing different causes of crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks and appropriate responses for management on the Great Barrier Reef.

Babcock, RC, Dambacher, JM, Morello, EB, Plaganyi, EE, Hayes, KR, Sweatman, HP and Pratchett, MS (2016). Assessing different causes of crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks and appropriate responses for management on the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS One 11(12): e0169048.
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When is brokerage negatively associated with economic benefits? Ethnic diversity, competition, and common-pool resources.

Barnes, M, Kalberg, K, Pan, M and Leung, P (2016). When is brokerage negatively associated with economic benefits? Ethnic diversity, competition, and common-pool resources. Social Networks 45: 55-65.
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Social networks and environmental outcomes.

Barnes, ML, Lynham, J, Kalberg, K and Leung, P (2016). Social networks and environmental outcomes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(23): 6466-6471.
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Wildlife population trends in protected areas predicted by national socio-economic metrics and body size.

Barnes, MD, Craigie, ID, Harrison, LB, Geldmann, J, Collen, B, Whitmee, S, Balmford, A, Burgess, ND, Brooks, T, Hockings, M and Woodley, S (2016). Wildlife population trends in protected areas predicted by national socio-economic metrics and body size. Nature Communications 7: 12747.
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N-dimensional hypervolumes to study stability of complex ecosystems.

Barros, C, Thuiller, W, Georges, D, Boulangeat, I, Münkemüller, T and Bellwood, D (2016). N-dimensional hypervolumes to study stability of complex ecosystems. Ecology Letters 19(7): 729-742.
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Prickly business: Abundance of sea urchins on breakwaters and coral reefs in Dubai.

Bauman, AG, Dunshea, G, Feary, DA and Hoey, AS (2016). Prickly business: Abundance of sea urchins on breakwaters and coral reefs in Dubai. Marine Pollution Bulletin 105(2): 459-465.
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Recovery from bleaching is mediated by threshold densities of background thermo-tolerant symbiont types in a reef-building coral.

Bay, LK, Doyle, J, Logan, M and Berkelmans, R (2016). Recovery from bleaching is mediated by threshold densities of background thermo-tolerant symbiont types in a reef-building coral. Royal Society Open Science 3(6).
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The cost and feasibility of marine coastal restoration.

Bayraktarov, E, Saunders, MI, Abdullah, S, Mills, M, Beher, J, Possingham, HP, Mumby, PJ and Lovelock, CE (2016). The cost and feasibility of marine coastal restoration. Ecological Applications 26(4): 1055-1074.
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Spatial patterns in the distribution of benthic assemblages across a large depth gradient in the Coral Sea, Australia.

Beaman, RJ, Bridge, TCL, Lüter, C, Reitner, J and Wörheide, G (2016). Spatial patterns in the distribution of benthic assemblages across a large depth gradient in the Coral Sea, Australia. Marine Biodiversity: 1-14.
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The evolution of fishes and corals on reefs: Form, function and interdependence.

Bellwood, DR, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, O (2016). The evolution of fishes and corals on reefs: Form, function and interdependence. Biological Reviews.
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Site fidelity and homing in juvenile rabbitfishes (Siganidae).

Bellwood, DR, Goatley, CHR, Khan, JA and Tebbett, SB (2016). Site fidelity and homing in juvenile rabbitfishes (Siganidae). Coral Reefs: 1-5.
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Isolation drives taxonomic and functional nestedness in tropical reef fish faunas.

Bender, MG, Leprieur, F, Mouillot, D, Kulbicki, M, Parravicini, V, Pie, MR, Barneche, DR, Oliveira-Santos, LGR and Floeter, SR (2016). Isolation drives taxonomic and functional nestedness in tropical reef fish faunas. Ecography.
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Is resilience socially constructed? Empirical evidence from Fiji, Ghana, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam.

Béné, C, Al-Hassan, RM, Amarasinghe, O, Fong, P, Ocran, J, Onumah, E, Ratuniata, R, Tuyen, TV, McGregor, JA and Mills, DJ (2016). Is resilience socially constructed? Empirical evidence from Fiji, Ghana, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam. Global Environmental Change 38: 153-170.
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Communities and change in the anthropocene: understanding social-ecological vulnerability and planning adaptations to multiple interacting exposures.

Bennett, NJ, Blythe, J, Tyler, S and Ban, NC (2016). Communities and change in the anthropocene: understanding social-ecological vulnerability and planning adaptations to multiple interacting exposures. Regional Environmental Change 16(4): 907-926.
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The implications of recurrent disturbances within the world’s hottest coral reef.

Bento, R, Hoey, AS, Bauman, AG, Feary, DA and Burt, JA (2016). The implications of recurrent disturbances within the world’s hottest coral reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin 105(2): 466-472.
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Protected areas preserve natural behaviour of a targeted fish species on coral reefs.

Bergseth, BJ, Williamson, DH, Frisch, AJ and Russ, GR (2016). Protected areas preserve natural behaviour of a targeted fish species on coral reefs. Biological Conservation 198: 202-209.
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Simulated coal spill causes mortality and growth inhibition in tropical marine organisms.

Berry, KLE, Hoogenboom, MO, Flores, F and Negri, AP (2016). Simulated coal spill causes mortality and growth inhibition in tropical marine organisms. Scientific Reports 6.
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DNA barcoding supports the presence of the crypic Ocellated Eagle Ray, Aetobatus ocellatus (Myliobatidate), in French Ploynesia, South Pacific.

Berth, C., Mourier, J., Lecchini, D., Rummer, J.l., Sellos, D.Y., Iglesias, S.P., (2016) DNA barcoding supports the presence of the crypic Ocellated Eagle Ray, Aetobatus ocellatus (Myliobatidate), in French Ploynesia, South Pacific. (In Press) Cybium 40(2):182-184

Comparative genomics explains the evolutionary success of reef-forming corals.

Bhattacharya, D, Agrawal, S, Aranda, M, Baumgarten, S, Belcaid, M, Drake, JL, Erwin, D, Foret, S, Gates, RD, Gruber, DF, Kamel, B, Lesser, MP, Levy, O, Liew, YJ, MacManes, M, Mass, T, Medina, M, Mehr, S, Meyer, E, Price, DC, Putnam, HM, Qiu, H, Shinzato, C, Shoguchi, E, Stokes, AJ, Tambutté, S, Tchernov, D, Voolstra, CR, Wagner, N, Walker, CW, Weber, APM, Weis, V, Zelzion, E, Zoccola, D and Falkowski, PG (2016). Comparative genomics explains the evolutionary success of reef-forming corals. eLife 5(MAY2016).
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Planning marine reserve networks for both feature representation and demographic persistence using connectivity patterns.

Bode, M, Williamson, DH, Weeks, R, Jones, GP, Almany, GR, Harrison, HB, Hopf, JK and Pressey, RL (2016). Planning marine reserve networks for both feature representation and demographic persistence using connectivity patterns. PLoS ONE 11(5).
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Estimating dispersal kernels using genetic parentage data.

Bode, M, Outram, N and Jones, GP (2016). Estimating dispersal kernels using genetic parentage data. bioRxiv.
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The role of marine reserves in the replenishment of a locally impacted population of anemonefish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Bonin, MC, Harrison, HB, Williamson, DH, Frisch, AJ, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Berumen, ML and Jones, GP (2016). The role of marine reserves in the replenishment of a locally impacted population of anemonefish on the Great Barrier Reef. Molecular Ecology 25(2): 487-499.
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Characterization and cross-amplification of microsatellite markers in four species of anemonefish (Pomacentridae, Amphiprion spp.).

Bonin, MC, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Harrison, HB, Nanninga, GB, van der Meer, MH, Mansour, H, Perumal, S, Jones, GP and Berumen, ML (2016). Characterization and cross-amplification of microsatellite markers in four species of anemonefish (Pomacentridae, Amphiprion spp.). Marine Biodiversity 46(1): 135-140.
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Controlling outbreaks of the coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish using a single injection of common household vinegar.

Boström-Einarsson, L and Rivera-Posada, J (2016). Controlling outbreaks of the coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish using a single injection of common household vinegar. Coral Reefs 35(1): 223-228.
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A magnetic compass that might help coral reef fish larvae return to their natal reef

Bottesch, MG., Gerlach, M., Halbach, A., Bally, M., Kingsford, M.J. & Mouristen, H. (2016) A magnetic compass that might help coral reef fish larvae return to their natal reef. Current Biology 26 (24):R1266 – R1267
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Physiological responses of a Southern Ocean diatom to complex future ocean conditions.

Boyd, PW, Dillingham, PW, McGraw, CM, Armstrong, EA, Cornwall, CE, Feng, YY, Hurd, CL, Gault-Ringold, M, Roleda, MY, Timmins-Schiffman, E and Nunn, BL (2016). Physiological responses of a Southern Ocean diatom to complex future ocean conditions. Nature Climate Change 6(2): 207-213.
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Biological responses to environmental heterogeneity under future ocean conditions.

Boyd, PW, Cornwall, CE, Davison, A, Doney, SC, Fourquez, M, Hurd, CL, Lima, ID and McMinn, A (2016). Biological responses to environmental heterogeneity under future ocean conditions. Global Change Biology 22(8): 2633-2650.
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Tradeoffs between fisheries harvest and the resilience of coral reefs.

Bozec, YM, O’Farrell, S, Bruggemann, JH, Luckhurst, BE and Mumby, PJ (2016). Tradeoffs between fisheries harvest and the resilience of coral reefs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(16): 4536-4541.
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Low Florida coral calcification rates in the Plio-Pleistocene.

Brachert, TC, Reuter, M, Krüger, S, Klaus, JS, Helmle, K and Lough, JM (2016). Low Florida coral calcification rates in the Plio-Pleistocene. Biogeosciences 13(15): 4513-4532.
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Lunar phase modulates circadian gene expression cycles in the broadcast spawning coral Acropora millepora.

Brady, AK, Willis, BL, Harder, LD and Vize, PD (2016). Lunar phase modulates circadian gene expression cycles in the broadcast spawning coral Acropora millepora. Biological Bulletin 230(2): 130-142.
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Microtopographic refuges shape consumer-producer dynamics by mediating consumer functional diversity.

Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2016). Microtopographic refuges shape consumer-producer dynamics by mediating consumer functional diversity. Oecologia: 1-15.
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Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management.

Breslow, SJ, Sojka, B, Barnea, R, Basurto, X, Carothers, C, Charnley, S, Coulthard, S, Dolšak, N, Donatuto, J, García-Quijano, C, Hicks, CC, Levine, A, Mascia, MB, Norman, K, Poe, M, Satterfield, T, Martin, KS and Levin, PS (2016). Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management. Environmental Science & Policy 66: 250-259.
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Ecological and morphological traits predict depth-generalist fishes on coral reefs.

Bridge, TCL, Luiz, OJ, Coleman, RR, Kane, CN and Kosaki, RK (2016). Ecological and morphological traits predict depth-generalist fishes on coral reefs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1823).
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Factors influencing incidental representation of previously unknown conservation features in marine protected areas.

Bridge, TCL, Grech, AM and Pressey, RL (2016). Factors influencing incidental representation of previously unknown conservation features in marine protected areas. Conservation Biology 30(1): 154-165.
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Ocean acidification reverses the positive effects of seawater pH fluctuations on growth and photosynthesis of the habitat-forming kelp, Ecklonia radiata.

Britton, D, Cornwall, CE, Revill, AT, Hurd, CL and Johnson, CR (2016). Ocean acidification reverses the positive effects of seawater pH fluctuations on growth and photosynthesis of the habitat-forming kelp, Ecklonia radiata. Scientific Reports 6: 26036.
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Cryptic effects of habitat declines: coral-associated fishes avoid coral-seaweed interactions due to visual and chemical cues.

Brooker, RM, Brandl, SJ and Dixson, DL (2016). Cryptic effects of habitat declines: coral-associated fishes avoid coral-seaweed interactions due to visual and chemical cues. Scientific Reports 6: 18842.
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Ecological and methodological drivers of species’ distribution and phenology responses to climate change.

Brown, CJ, O’Connor, MI, Poloczanska, ES, Schoeman, DS, Buckley, LB, Burrows, MT, Duarte, CM, Halpern, BS, Pandolfi, JM, Parmesan, C and Richardson, AJ (2016). Ecological and methodological drivers of species’ distribution and phenology responses to climate change. Global Change Biology 22(4): 1548-1560.
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Uniting paradigms of connectivity in marine ecology.

Brown, CJ, Harborne, AR, Paris, CB and Mumby, PJ (2016). Uniting paradigms of connectivity in marine ecology. Ecology 97(9): 2447-2457.
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Citric acid injections: an accessible and efficient method for controlling outbreaks of the crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster cf. solaris.

Buck, ACE, Gardiner, NM and Boström-Einarsson, L (2016). Citric acid injections: an accessible and efficient method for controlling outbreaks of the crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster cf. solaris. Diversity 8(4): 28.
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Wave setup over a fringing reef with large bottom roughness.

Buckley, ML, Lowe, RJ, Hansen, JE and Van Dongeren, AR (2016). Wave setup over a fringing reef with large bottom roughness. Journal of Physical Oceanography 46(8): 2317-2333.
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Genetic, morphological and growth characterisation of a new Roseofilum strain (Oscillatoriales, Cyanobacteria) associated with coral black band disease.

Buerger, P, Alvarez-Roa, C, Weynberg, KD, Baekelandt, S and van Oppen, MJ (2016). Genetic, morphological and growth characterisation of a new Roseofilum strain (Oscillatoriales, Cyanobacteria) associated with coral black band disease. PeerJ 4: e2110.
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CRISPR-Cas defense system and potential prophages in cyanobacteria sssociated with the coral black band disease.

Buerger, PW-C, E. M.; Weynberg, K. D.; Willis, B. L.; van Oppen, M. J. (2016). CRISPR-Cas defense system and potential prophages in cyanobacteria sssociated with the coral black band disease. Frontiers in Microbiology 7: 2077.
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The role of maternal nutrition on oocyte size and quality, with respect to early larval development in the coral-eating starfish, acanthaster planci.

Caballes, CF, Pratchett, MS, Kerr, AM and Rivera-Posada, JA (2016). The role of maternal nutrition on oocyte size and quality, with respect to early larval development in the coral-eating starfish, acanthaster planci. PLoS ONE 11(6).
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Microelectrode characterization of coral daytime interior pH and carbonate chemistry.

Cai, WJ, Ma, Y, Hopkinson, BM, Grottoli, AG, Warner, ME, Ding, Q, Hu, X, Yuan, X, Schoepf, V, Xu, H, Han, C, Melman, TF, Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Matsui, Y, Baumann, JH, Levas, S, Ying, Y and Wang, Y (2016). Microelectrode characterization of coral daytime interior pH and carbonate chemistry. Nature Communications 7.
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Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of Atlantic representatives of the invasive Pacific coral species Tubastraea coccinea and T. tagusensis (Scleractinia, Dendrophylliidae): Implications for species identification.

Capel, KCC, Migotto, AE, Zilberberg, C, Lin, MF, Forsman, Z, Miller, DJ and Kitahara, MV (2016). Complete mitochondrial genome sequences of Atlantic representatives of the invasive Pacific coral species Tubastraea coccinea and T. tagusensis (Scleractinia, Dendrophylliidae): Implications for species identification. Gene.
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A test of trophic cascade theory: fish and benthic assemblages across a predator density gradient on coral reefs.

Casey, JM, Baird, AH, Brandl, SJ, Hoogenboom, MO, Rizzari, JR, Frisch, AJ, Mirbach, CE and Connolly, SR (2016). A test of trophic cascade theory: fish and benthic assemblages across a predator density gradient on coral reefs. Oecologia: 1-15. Link to full text or pdf

The effect of structurally complex corals and herbivory on the dynamics of Halimeda.

Castro-Sanguino, C, Lovelock, C and Mumby, PJ (2016). The effect of structurally complex corals and herbivory on the dynamics of Halimeda. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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On the integration of biotic interaction and environmental constraints at the biogeographical scale.

Cazelles, K, Mouquet, N, Mouillot, D and Gravel, D (2016). On the integration of biotic interaction and environmental constraints at the biogeographical scale. Ecography: n/a-n/a.
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Post-disturbance stability of fish assemblages measured at coarse taxonomic resolution masks change at finer scales.

Ceccarelli, DM, Emslie, MJ and Richards, ZT (2016). Post-disturbance stability of fish assemblages measured at coarse taxonomic resolution masks change at finer scales. PLoS ONE 11(6).
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Using insights about key factors impacting ‘quality of life’ to inform effective on-farm conservation programs: a case study in northern Australia.

Chacón, A, Stoeckl, N, Jarvis, D and Pressey, R (2016). Using insights about key factors impacting ‘quality of life’ to inform effective on-farm conservation programs: a case study in northern Australia. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 23(4): 338-355.
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Flow and coral morphology control coral surface pH: implications for the effects of ocean acidification.

Chan, NCS, Wangpraseurt, D, Kühl, M and Connolly, SR (2016). Flow and coral morphology control coral surface pH: implications for the effects of ocean acidification. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 10.
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Assessment of coral δ44/40Ca as a paleoclimate proxy in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.

Chen, X, Deng, W, Zhu, H, Zhang, Z, Wei, G and McCulloch, MT (2016). Assessment of coral δ44/40Ca as a paleoclimate proxy in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Chemical Geology 435: 71-78.
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Sympathy for the devil: detailing the effects of planning-unit size, thematic resolution of reef classes, and socioeconomic costs on spatial priorities for marine conservation.

Cheok, J, Pressey, RL, Weeks, R, Andrefouet, S and Moloney, J (2016). Sympathy for the devil: detailing the effects of planning-unit size, thematic resolution of reef classes, and socioeconomic costs on spatial priorities for marine conservation. PLoS One 11(11): e0164869.
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Risk assessment and predator learning in a changing world: Understanding the impacts of coral reef degradation.

Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI, Allan, BJM and Ferrari, MCO (2016). Risk assessment and predator learning in a changing world: Understanding the impacts of coral reef degradation. Scientific Reports 6.
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At odds with the group: changes in lateralization and escape performance reveal conformity and conflict in fish schools.

Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI, Allan, BJ, Mitchell, MD, Goncalves, EJ, Bryshun, R and Ferrari, MC (2016). At odds with the group: changes in lateralization and escape performance reveal conformity and conflict in fish schools. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1841).
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Quantifying the squeezing or stretching of fisheries as they adapt to displacement by marine reserves.

Chollett, I, Box, SJ and Mumby, PJ (2016). Quantifying the squeezing or stretching of fisheries as they adapt to displacement by marine reserves. Conservation Biology 30(1): 166-175.
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Improving human and environmental conditions through the Coral Triangle Initiative: progress and challenges.

Christie, P, Pietri, DM, Stevenson, TC, Pollnac, R, Knight, M and White, AT (2016). Improving human and environmental conditions through the Coral Triangle Initiative: progress and challenges. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19: 169-181.
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A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems.

Cinner, JE, Pratchett, MS, Graham, NAJ, Messmer, V, Fuentes, MMPB, Ainsworth, T, Ban, N, Bay, LK, Blythe, J, Dissard, D, Dunn, S, Evans, L, Fabinyi, M, Fidelman, P, Figueiredo, J, Frisch, AJ, Fulton, CJ, Hicks, CC, Lukoschek, V, Mallela, J, Moya, A, Penin, L, Rummer, JL, Walker, S and Williamson, DH (2016). A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems. Regional Environmental Change 16(4): 1133-1146.
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Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs.

Cinner, JE, Huchery, C, MacNeil, MA, Graham, NAJ, McClanahan, TR, Maina, J, Maire, E, Kittinger, JN, Hicks, CC, Mora, C, Allison, EH, D’Agata, S, Hoey, A, Feary, DA, Crowder, L, Williams, ID, Kulbicki, M, Vigliola, L, Wantiez, L, Edgar, G, Stuart-Smith, RD, Sandin, SA, Green, AL, Hardt, MJ, Beger, M, Friedlander, A, Campbell, SJ, Holmes, KE, Wilson, SK, Brokovich, E, Brooks, AJ, Cruz-Motta, JJ, Booth, DJ, Chabanet, P, Gough, C, Tupper, M, Ferse, SCA, Sumaila, UR and Mouillot, D (2016). Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs. Nature 535(7612): 416-419.

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Historical photographs revisited: A case study for dating and characterizing recent loss of coral cover on the inshore Great Barrier Reef.

Clark, TR, Leonard, ND, Zhao, JX, Brodie, J, McCook, LJ, Wachenfeld, DR, Duc Nguyen, A, Markham, HL and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Historical photographs revisited: A case study for dating and characterizing recent loss of coral cover on the inshore Great Barrier Reef. Scientific Reports 6: 19285.
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Stakeholder perceptions of a coastal marine protected area

Clarke, B, Thurstan, R and Yates, K (2016). Stakeholder perceptions of a coastal marine protected area. Journal of Coastal Research 75(sp1): 622-626.
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Money and motives: An organizational ecology perspective on private land conservation.

Clements, HS, Baum, J and Cumming, GS (2016). Money and motives: An organizational ecology perspective on private land conservation. Biological Conservation 197: 108-115.
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Predators on private land: Broad-scale socioeconomic interactions influence large predator management.

Clements, HS, Cumming, GS and Kerley, GIH (2016). Predators on private land: Broad-scale socioeconomic interactions influence large predator management. Ecology and Society 21(2).
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Understanding adaptive capacity and capacity to innovate in social-ecological systems: Applying a gender lens

Cohen, PJ, Lawless, S, Dyer, M, Morgan, M, Saeni, E, Teioli, H and Kantor, P (2016). Understanding adaptive capacity and capacity to innovate in social-ecological systems: Applying a gender lens. Ambio 45(3): 309-321.
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Framework of barrier reefs threatened by ocean acidification.

Comeau, S, Lantz, CA, Edmunds, PJ and Carpenter, RC (2016). Framework of barrier reefs threatened by ocean acidification. Glob Chang Biol 22(3): 1225-34.
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Parameterization of the response of calcification to temperature and pCO2 in the coral Acropora pulchra and the alga Lithophyllum kotschyanum.

Comeau, S, Carpenter, RC, Lantz, CA and Edmunds, PJ (2016). Parameterization of the response of calcification to temperature and pCO2 in the coral Acropora pulchra and the alga Lithophyllum kotschyanum. Coral Reefs 35(3): 929-939.
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Genetic and paleomodelling evidence of the population expansion of the cattle egret Bubulcus ibis in Africa during the climatic oscillations of the Late Pleistocene.

Congrains, C, Carvalho, AF, Miranda, EA, Cumming, GS, Henry, DAW, Manu, SA, Abalaka, J, Rocha, CD, Diop, MS, Sá, J, Monteiro, H, Holbech, LH, Gbogbo, F and Lama, SND (2016). Genetic and paleomodelling evidence of the population expansion of the cattle egret Bubulcus ibis in Africa during the climatic oscillations of the Late Pleistocene. Journal of Avian Biology.
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Sniffing out the competition? Juvenile coral reef damselfishes use chemical cues to distinguish the presence of conspecific and heterospecific aggregations.

Coppock, AG, Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2016). Sniffing out the competition? Juvenile coral reef damselfishes use chemical cues to distinguish the presence of conspecific and heterospecific aggregations. Behavioural Processes 125: 43-50.
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Olfactory responses of coral-reef fishes to coral degradation and crown-of-thorns (Acanthaster planci).

Coppock, AG, Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2016). Olfactory responses of coral-reef fishes to coral degradation and crown-of-thorns (Acanthaster planci). Marine and Freshwater Research 67(5): 605-611.
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Spatial distribution of nominally herbivorous fishes across environmental gradients on Brazilian rocky reefs.

Cordeiro, CAMM, Mendes, TC, Harborne, AR and Ferreira, CEL (2016). Spatial distribution of nominally herbivorous fishes across environmental gradients on Brazilian rocky reefs. Journal of Fish Biology 89(1): 939-958.
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Viral outbreak in corals associated with an in situ bleaching event: Atypical herpes-like viruses and a new megavirus infecting symbiodinium.

Correa, AMS, Ainsworth, TD, Rosales, SM, Thurber, AR, Butler, CR and Vega Thurber, RL (2016). Viral outbreak in corals associated with an in situ bleaching event: Atypical herpes-like viruses and a new megavirus infecting symbiodinium. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(FEB).
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Global biodiversity indicators reflect the modeled impacts of protected area policy change.

Costelloe, B, Collen, B, Milner-Gulland, EJ, Craigie, ID, McRae, L, Rondinini, C and Nicholson, E (2016). Global biodiversity indicators reflect the modeled impacts of protected area policy change. Conservation Letters 9(1): 14-20.
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Predation on crown-of-thorns starfish larvae by damselfishes.

Cowan, ZL, Dworjanyn, SA, Caballes, CF and Pratchett, MS (2016). Predation on crown-of-thorns starfish larvae by damselfishes. Coral Reefs: 1-10.
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Benthic predators influence microhabitat preferences and settlement success of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris).

Cowan, Z-L, Dworjanyn, S, Caballes, C and Pratchett, M (2016). Benthic predators influence microhabitat preferences and settlement success of crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris). Diversity 8(4): 27.
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Methodology for examining the challenges in mainstreaming climate change adaptation.

Cuevas, SC, Peterson, A, Morrison, T and Robinson, C (2016). Methodology for examining the challenges in mainstreaming climate change adaptation. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 8(3): 418-439.
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Institutional capacity for long-term climate change adaptation: evidence from land use planning in Albay, Philippines.

Cuevas, SC, Peterson, A, Robinson, C and Morrison, TH (2016). Institutional capacity for long-term climate change adaptation: evidence from land use planning in Albay, Philippines. Regional Environmental Change 16(7): 2045-2058.
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Heterarchies: reconciling networks and hierarchies.

Cumming, GS (2016). Heterarchies: reconciling networks and hierarchies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
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Timing and location of reproduction in African waterfowl: An overview of >100 years of nest records.

Cumming, GS, Harebottle, DM, Mundava, J, Otieno, N and Tyler, SJ (2016). Timing and location of reproduction in African waterfowl: An overview of >100 years of nest records. Ecology and Evolution 6(3): 631-646.
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The relevance and resilience of protected areas in the Anthropocene.

Cumming, GS (2016). The relevance and resilience of protected areas in the Anthropocene. Anthropocene 13: 46-56.
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New directions for understanding the spatial resilience of social–ecological systems

Cumming, GS, Morrison, TH and Hughes, TP (2016). New directions for understanding the spatial resilience of social–ecological systems. Ecosystems 20(147): 1-16.
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Unexpected high vulnerability of functions in wilderness areas: evidence from coral reef fishes.

D’Agata, S, Vigliola, L, Graham, NA, Wantiez, L, Parravicini, V, Villeger, S, Mou-Tham, G, Frolla, P, Friedlander, AM, Kulbicki, M and Mouillot, D (2016). Unexpected high vulnerability of functions in wilderness areas: evidence from coral reef fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1844).
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New range and habitat records for threatened Australian sea snakes raise challenges for conservation.

D’Anastasi, BR, van Herwerden, L, Hobbs, JA, Simpfendorfer, CA and Lukoschek, V (2016). New range and habitat records for threatened Australian sea snakes raise challenges for conservation. Biological Conservation 194: 66-70.
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Risk analysis of the governance system affecting outcomes in the Great Barrier Reef.

Dale, AP, Vella, K, Pressey, RL, Brodie, J, Gooch, M, Potts, R and Eberhard, R (2016). Risk analysis of the governance system affecting outcomes in the Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Environmental Management 183: 712-721.
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Elasticity in ecosystem services: Exploring the variable relationship between ecosystems and human well-being.

Daw, TM, Hicks, CC, Brown, K, Chaigneau, T, Januchowski-Hartley, FA, Cheung, WWL, Rosendo, S, Crona, B, Coulthard, S, Sandbrook, C, Perry, C, Bandeira, S, Muthiga, NA, Schulte-Herbrüggen, B, Bosire, J and McClanahan, TR (2016). Elasticity in ecosystem services: Exploring the variable relationship between ecosystems and human well-being. Ecology and Society 21(2).
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The relevance of spatial variation in ecotourism attributes for the economic sustainability of protected areas.

De Vos, A, Cumming, GS, Moore, CA, Maciejewski, K and Duckworth, G (2016). The relevance of spatial variation in ecotourism attributes for the economic sustainability of protected areas. Ecosphere 7(2).
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Sensory cues of a top-predator indirectly control a reef fish mesopredator.

del Mar Palacios, M, Warren, DT and McCormick, M (2016). Sensory cues of a top-predator indirectly control a reef fish mesopredator. Oikos 125(2): 201-209.
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Pathogens, disease, and the social-ecological resilience of protected areas.

de Vos, A, Cumming, GS, Cumming, DHM, Ament, JM, Baum, J, Clements, HS, Grewar, JD, Maciejewski, K and Moore, C (2016). Pathogens, disease, and the social-ecological resilience of protected areas. Ecology and Society 21(1).
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Strategies of dissolved inorganic carbon use in macroalgae across a gradient of terrestrial influence: implications for the Great Barrier Reef in the context of ocean acidification.

Diaz-Pulido, G, Cornwall, C, Gartrell, P, Hurd, C and Tran, DV (2016). Strategies of dissolved inorganic carbon use in macroalgae across a gradient of terrestrial influence: implications for the Great Barrier Reef in the context of ocean acidification. Coral Reefs: 1-15.
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Transgenerational plasticity of reproduction depends on rate of warming across generations.

Donelson, JM, Wong, M, Booth, DJ and Munday, PL (2016). Transgenerational plasticity of reproduction depends on rate of warming across generations. Evolutionary Applications.
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Characterizing the ecological trade-offs throughout the early ontogeny of coral recruitment.

Doropoulos, C, Roff, G, Bozec, YM, Zupan, M, Werminghausen, J and Mumby, PJ (2016). Characterizing the ecological trade-offs throughout the early ontogeny of coral recruitment. Ecological Monographs 86(1): 20-44.
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Characterising the ecological trade-offs throughout the early ontogeny of coral recruitment.

Doropoulos, C, Roff, G, Bozec, Y-M, Zupan, M, Werminghausen, J and Mumby, PJ (2016). Characterising the ecological trade-offs throughout the early ontogeny of coral recruitment. Ecological Monographs 86(1): 20-44.
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Non-consumptive effects of native and invasive predators on juvenile caribbean parrotfish.

Eaton, L, Sloman, KA, Wilson, RW, Gill, AB and Harborne, AR (2016). Non-consumptive effects of native and invasive predators on juvenile caribbean parrotfish. Environmental Biology of Fishes: 1-10.
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Integrating the effects of ocean acidification across functional scales on tropical coral reefs.

Edmunds, PJ, Comeau, S, Lantz, C, Andersson, A, Briggs, C, Cohen, A, Gattuso, J-P, Grady, JM, Gross, K, Johnson, M, Muller, EB, Ries, JB, Tambutté, S, Tambutté, E, Venn, A and Carpenter, RC (2016). Integrating the effects of ocean acidification across functional scales on tropical coral reefs. BioScience 66(5): 350-362.
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ICES meets marine historical ecology: placing the history of fish and fisheries in current policy context.

Engelhard, GH, Thurstan, RH, MacKenzie, BR, Alleway, HK, Bannister, RCA, Cardinale, M, Clarke, MW, Currie, JC, Fortibuoni, T, Holm, P, Holt, SJ, Mazzoldi, C, Pinnegar, JK, Raicevich, S, Volckaert, FAM, Klein, ES and Lescrauwaet, A-K (2016). ICES meets marine historical ecology: placing the history of fish and fisheries in current policy context. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73(5): 1386-1403.
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Fine-scale detection of pollutants by a benthic marine jellyfish.

Epstein, HE, Templeman, MA and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Fine-scale detection of pollutants by a benthic marine jellyfish. Marine Pollution Bulletin 107(1): 340-346.
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An ecosystem approach to small-scale fisheries through participatory diagnosis in four tropical countries.

Eriksson, H, Adhuri, DS, Adrianto, L, Andrew, NL, Apriliani, T, Daw, T, Evans, L, Garces, L, Kamanyi, E, Mwaipopo, R, Purnomo, AH, Sulu, RJ and Beare, DJ (2016). An ecosystem approach to small-scale fisheries through participatory diagnosis in four tropical countries. Global Environmental Change 36: 56-66.
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Analysis of large new South African dataset using two host-specificity indices shows generalism in both adult and larval ticks of mammals.

Espinaze, MPA, Hellard, E, Horak, IG and Cumming, GS (2016). Analysis of large new South African dataset using two host-specificity indices shows generalism in both adult and larval ticks of mammals. Parasitology 143(3): 366-373.
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Structural and psycho-social limits to climate change adaptation in the great barrier reef region.

Evans, LS, Hicks, CC, Adger, WN, Barnett, J, Perry, AL, Fidelman, P and Tobin, R (2016). Structural and psycho-social limits to climate change adaptation in the great barrier reef region. PLoS ONE 11(3).
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Interactive effects of ocean acidification and neighboring corals on the growth of Pocillopora verrucosa.

Evensen, NR and Edmunds, PJ (2016). Interactive effects of ocean acidification and neighboring corals on the growth of Pocillopora verrucosa. Marine Biology 163(7).
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The social context of the Chinese food system: An ethnographic study of the Beijing seafood market.

Fabinyi, M and Liu, N (2016). The social context of the Chinese food system: An ethnographic study of the Beijing seafood market. Sustainability (Switzerland) 8(3): 244.
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Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America.

Fabinyi, M (2016). Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America. Marine Policy 63: 184-190.
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Sustainable seafood consumption in China

Fabinyi, M (2016). Sustainable seafood consumption in China. Marine Policy 74: 85-87.
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Do fish scales matter? Diversification and differentiation in seafood commodity chains

Fabinyi, M, Dressler, W and Pido, M (2016). Do fish scales matter? Diversification and differentiation in seafood commodity chains. Ocean and Coastal Management 134: 103-111.
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Toward a universal mass-momentum transfer relationship for predicting nutrient uptake and metabolite exchange in benthic reef communities

Falter, JL, Lowe, RJ and Zhang, Z (2016). Toward a universal mass-momentum transfer relationship for predicting nutrient uptake and metabolite exchange in benthic reef communities. Geophysical Research Letters 43(18): 9764-9772.
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Day–night ecophysiology of the photosymbiotic bioeroding sponge Cliona orientalis Thiele, 1900.

Fang, JKH, Schönberg, CHL, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2016). Day–night ecophysiology of the photosymbiotic bioeroding sponge Cliona orientalis Thiele, 1900. Marine Biology 163(5).
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Studying interactions between excavating sponges and massive corals by the use of hybrid cores.

Fang, JKH, Mason, RAB, Schönberg, CHL, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2016). Studying interactions between excavating sponges and massive corals by the use of hybrid cores. Marine Ecology.
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Quantifying the response of structural complexity and community composition to environmental change in marine communities.

Ferrari, R, Bryson, M, Bridge, T, Hustache, J, Williams, SB, Byrne, M and Figueira, W (2016). Quantifying the response of structural complexity and community composition to environmental change in marine communities. Global Change Biology 22(5): 1965-1975.
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Quantifying multiscale habitat structural complexity: a cost-effective framework for underwater 3D modelling.

Ferrari, R, McKinnon, D, He, H, Smith, RN, Corke, P, González-Rivero, M, Mumby, PJ and Upcroft, B (2016). Quantifying multiscale habitat structural complexity: a cost-effective framework for underwater 3D modelling. Remote Sensing 8(2).
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Experimental bleaching of a tropical sea anemone in situ.

Finn, MH, Lönnstedt, OM, Rizzari, JR, Jones, GP and Frisch, AJ (2016). Experimental bleaching of a tropical sea anemone in situ. Marine Ecology 37(3): 691-696.
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Linking the biology and ecology of key herbivorous unicornfish to fisheries management in the pacific.

Ford, AK, Bejarano, S, Marshell, A and Mumby, PJ (2016). Linking the biology and ecology of key herbivorous unicornfish to fisheries management in the pacific. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems .
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Extinction debt from climate change for frogs in the wet tropics

Fordham, DA, Brook, BW, Hoskin, CJ, Pressey, RL, Van Der Wal, J and Williams, SE (2016). Extinction debt from climate change for frogs in the wet tropics. Biology Letters 12(10).
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Conservation and divergence of bHLH genes in the calcisponge Sycon ciliatum

Fortunato, SAV, Vervoort, M, Adamski, M and Adamska, M (2016). Conservation and divergence of bHLH genes in the calcisponge Sycon ciliatum. EvoDevo 7(1).
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Skeletal mineralogy of coral recruits under high temperature and pCO2.

Foster, T and Clode, PL (2016). Skeletal mineralogy of coral recruits under high temperature and pCO2. Biogeosciences 13(5): 1717-1722.
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Ocean acidification causes structural deformities in juvenile coral skeletons.

Foster, T, Falter, JL, McCulloch, MT and Clode, PL (2016). Ocean acidification causes structural deformities in juvenile coral skeletons. Science advances 2(2): e1501130.
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Using Nematostella vectensis to study the interactions between genome, epigenome, and bacteria in a changing environment.

Fraune, S, Forêt, S and Reitzel, AM (2016). Using Nematostella vectensis to study the interactions between genome, epigenome, and bacteria in a changing environment. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 148.
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Where does river runoff matter for coastal marine conservation?

Fredston-Hermann, A, Brown, CJ, Albert, S, Klein, CJ, Mangubhai, S, Nelson, JL, Teneva, L, Wenger, A, Gaines, SD and Halpern, BS (2016). Where does river runoff matter for coastal marine conservation? Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 273.
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Ecomorphological convergence in planktivorous surgeonfishes.

Friedman, ST, Price, SA, Hoey, AS and Wainwright, PC (2016). Ecomorphological convergence in planktivorous surgeonfishes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology .
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Anemonefish depletion reduces survival, growth, reproduction and fishery productivity of mutualistic anemone–anemonefish colonies.

Frisch, AJ, Rizzari, JR, Munkres, KP and Hobbs, JPA (2016). Anemonefish depletion reduces survival, growth, reproduction and fishery productivity of mutualistic anemone–anemonefish colonies. Coral Reefs : 1-12.
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Reassessing the trophic role of reef sharks as apex predators on coral reefs.

Frisch, AJ, Ireland, M, Rizzari, JR, Lönnstedt, OM, Magnenat, KA, Mirbach, CE and Hobbs, JPA (2016). Reassessing the trophic role of reef sharks as apex predators on coral reefs. Coral Reefs : 1-14.
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Key aspects of the biology, fisheries and management of Coral grouper.

Frisch, AJ, Cameron, DS, Pratchett, MS, Williamson, DH, Williams, AJ, Reynolds, AD, Hoey, AS, Rizzari, JR, Evans, L, Kerrigan, B, Muldoon, G, Welch, DJ and Hobbs, JPA (2016). Erratum to: Key aspects of the biology, fisheries and management of Coral grouper. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries : 1-23.
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Erratum to: Key aspects of the biology, fisheries and management of Coral grouper.

Frisch, AJ, Cameron, DS, Pratchett, MS, Williamson, DH, Williams, AJ, Reynolds, AD, Hoey, AS, Rizzari, JR, Evans, L, Kerrigan, B, Muldoon, G, Welch, DJ and Hobbs, JPA (2016). Erratum to: Key aspects of the biology, fisheries and management of Coral grouper. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries: 1.
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Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate.

Fuentes, MMPB, Chambers, L, Chin, A, Dann, P, Dobbs, K, Marsh, H, Poloczanska, ES, Maison, K, Turner, M and Pressey, RL (2016). Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 21(2): 209-224.
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Conservation hotspots for marine turtle nesting in the United States based on coastal development

Fuentes, MMPB, Gredzens, C, Bateman, BL, Boettcher, R, Ceriani, SA, Godfrey, MH, Helmers, D, Ingram, DK, Kamrowski, RL, Pate, M, Pressey, RL and Radeloff, VC (2016). Conservation hotspots for marine turtle nesting in the United States based on coastal development. Ecological Applications.
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The effect of seasonal temperature extremes on sediment rejection in three scleractinian coral species.

Ganase, A, Bongaerts, P, Visser, PM and Dove, SG (2016). The effect of seasonal temperature extremes on sediment rejection in three scleractinian coral species. Coral Reefs 35(1): 187-191.
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Climate velocity and the future global redistribution of marine biodiversity.

Garciá Molinos, J, Halpern, BS, Schoeman, DS, Brown, CJ, Kiessling, W, Moore, PJ, Pandolfi, JM, Poloczanska, ES, Richardson, AJ and Burrows, MT (2016). Climate velocity and the future global redistribution of marine biodiversity. Nature Climate Change 6(1): 83-88.
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Habitat specialisation, site fidelity and sociality predict homing success in coral reef cardinalfish.

Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2016). Habitat specialisation, site fidelity and sociality predict homing success in coral reef cardinalfish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 558: 81-96.
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The relative influence of abundance and priority effects on colonization success in a coral-reef fish

Geange, SW, Poulos, DE, Stier, AC and McCormick, MI (2016). The relative influence of abundance and priority effects on colonization success in a coral-reef fish. Coral Reefs: 1-5.
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Cryptic species of cardinalfish with evidence for old and new divergence.

Gerlach, G, Atema, J, Raupach, MJ, Deister, F, Müller, A and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Cryptic species of cardinalfish with evidence for old and new divergence. Coral Reef s: 1-14.
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Developing in warm water: irregular colouration and patterns of a neonate elasmobranch.

Gervais, C, Mourier, J and Rummer, JL (2016). Developing in warm water: irregular colouration and patterns of a neonate elasmobranch. Marine Biodiversity: 1-2.
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Integral light-harvesting complex expression in Symbiodinium within the coral Acropora aspera under thermal stress.

Gierz, SL, Gordon, BR and Leggat, W (2016). Integral light-harvesting complex expression in Symbiodinium within the coral Acropora aspera under thermal stress. Scientific Reports 6.
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Reef-scale partitioning of cryptobenthic fish assemblages across the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Goatley, CHR, González-Cabello, A and Bellwood, DR (2016). Reef-scale partitioning of cryptobenthic fish assemblages across the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 544: 271-280.
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Sediments and herbivory as sensitive indicators of coral reef degradation.

Goatley, CHR, Bonaldo, RM, Fox, RJ and Bellwood, DR (2016). Sediments and herbivory as sensitive indicators of coral reef degradation. Ecology and Society 21(1).
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Body size and mortality rates in coral reef fishes: a three-phase relationship

Goatley, CH and Bellwood, DR (2016). Body size and mortality rates in coral reef fishes: a three-phase relationship. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1841).
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Asymmetric competition prevents the outbreak of an opportunistic species after coral reef degradation.

González-Rivero, M, Bozec, YM, Chollett, I, Ferrari, R, Schönberg, CHL and Mumby, PJ (2016). Asymmetric competition prevents the outbreak of an opportunistic species after coral reef degradation. Oecologia: 1-13.
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Scaling up ecological measurements of coral reefs using semi-automated field image collection and analysis.

González-Rivero, M, Beijbom, O, Rodriguez-Ramirez, A, Holtrop, T, González-Marrero, Y, Ganase, A, Roelfsema, C, Phinn, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2016). Scaling up ecological measurements of coral reefs using semi-automated field image collection and analysis. Remote Sensing 8(1).
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Low-quality sediments deter grazing by the parrotfish Scarus rivulatus on inner-shelf reefs

Gordon, SE, Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2016). Low-quality sediments deter grazing by the parrotfish Scarus rivulatus on inner-shelf reefs. Coral Reefs 35(1): 285-291.
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Composition and temporal stability of turf sediments on inner-shelf coral reefs.

Gordon, SE, Goatley, CH and Bellwood, DR (2016). Composition and temporal stability of turf sediments on inner-shelf coral reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 111(1-2): 178-183.
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Divers’ willingness to pay for improved coral reef conditions in Guam: an untapped source of funding for management and conservation?

Grafeld, S, Oleson, K, Barnes, M, Peng, M, Chan, C and Weijerman, M (2016). Divers’ willingness to pay for improved coral reef conditions in Guam: an untapped source of funding for management and conservation? Ecological Economics 128: 202-213.
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Coal, cumulative impacts, and the Great Barrier Reef.

Grech, A, Pressey, RL and Day, JC (2016). Coal, cumulative impacts, and the Great Barrier Reef. Conservation Letters 9(3): 200-207.
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Participation in devolved commons management: multiscale socioeconomic factors related to individuals’ participation in community-based management of marine protected areas in Indonesia.

Gurney, GG, Cinner, JE, Sartin, J, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Marshall, NA and Prabuning, D (2016). Participation in devolved commons management: multiscale socioeconomic factors related to individuals’ participation in community-based management of marine protected areas in Indonesia. Environmental Science and Policy 61: 212-220.
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Adapt, move or die – how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming?

Habary, A, Johansen, JL, Nay, TJ, Steffensen, JF and Rummer, JL (2016). Adapt, move or die – how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming? Global Change Biology.
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Optimising methods for community-based sea cucumber ranching: Experimental releases of cultured juvenile Holothuria scabra into seagrass meadows in Papua New Guinea

Hair, C, Mills, DJ, McIntyre, R and Southgate, PC (2016). Optimising methods for community-based sea cucumber ranching: Experimental releases of cultured juvenile Holothuria scabra into seagrass meadows in Papua New Guinea. Aquaculture Reports 3: 198-208.
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Predators exacerbate competitive interactions and dominance hierarchies between two coral reef fishes.

Hall, A and Kingsford, M (2016). Predators exacerbate competitive interactions and dominance hierarchies between two coral reef fishes. PLoS ONE 11(3).
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Variation in the population demographics of Scolopsis bilineatus in response to predators.

Hall, AE and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Variation in the population demographics of Scolopsis bilineatus in response to predators. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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Hyperstability masks declines in bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) populations.

Hamilton, RJ, Almany, GR, Stevens, D, Bode, M, Pita, J, Peterson, NA and Choat, JH (2016). Hyperstability masks declines in bumphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) populations. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes.

Harborne, AR, Talwar, B and Brooks, EJ (2016). The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26(1): 202-211.
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Tool use by Choerodon cyanodus when handling vertebrate prey.

Harborne, AR and Tholan, BA (2016). Tool use by Choerodon cyanodus when handling vertebrate prey. Coral Reefs: 1.
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Direct and indirect effects of nursery habitats on coral-reef fish assemblages, grazing pressure and benthic dynamics.

Harborne, AR, Nagelkerken, I, Wolff, NH, Bozec, Y-M, Dorenbosch, M, Grol, MGG and Mumby, PJ (2016). Direct and indirect effects of nursery habitats on coral-reef fish assemblages, grazing pressure and benthic dynamics. Oikos 125(7): 957-967.
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Viability and resilience of small-scale fisheries through cooperative arrangements

Hardy, PY, Béné, C, Doyen, L, Pereau, JC and Mills, D (2016). Viability and resilience of small-scale fisheries through cooperative arrangements. Environment and Development Economics: 1-29.
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Remote sensing of coral reefs for monitoring and management: a review.

Hedley, JD, Roelfsema, CM, Chollett, I, Harborne, AR, Heron, SF, Weeks, SJ, Skirving, WJ, Strong, AE, Mark Eakin, C, Christensen, TRL, Ticzon, V, Bejarano, S and Mumby, PJ (2016). Remote sensing of coral reefs for monitoring and management: a review. Remote Sensing 8(2).
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Natural bounds on herbivorous coral reef fishes.

Heenan, A, Hoey, AS, Williams, GJ and Williams, ID (2016). Natural bounds on herbivorous coral reef fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1843).
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Testing epidemiological functional groups as predictors of avian haemosporidia patterns in southern Africa.

Hellard, E, Cumming, GS, Caron, A, Coe, E and Peters, JL (2016). Testing epidemiological functional groups as predictors of avian haemosporidia patterns in southern Africa. Ecosphere 7(4).
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Prioritizing eradication actions on islands: it’s not all or nothing.

Helmstedt, KJ, Shaw, JD, Bode, M, Terauds, A, Springer, K, Robinson, SA and Possingham, HP (2016). Prioritizing eradication actions on islands: it’s not all or nothing. Journal of Applied Ecology.
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A Single Mechanism Can Account for Human Perception of Depth in Mixed Correlation Random Dot Stereograms.

Henriksen, S, Cumming, BG and Read, JCA (2016). A Single Mechanism Can Account for Human Perception of Depth in Mixed Correlation Random Dot Stereograms. PLoS Computational Biology 12(5).
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Can waterbirds with different movement, dietary and foraging functional traits occupy similar ecological niches?

Henry, DAW and Cumming, GS (2016). Can waterbirds with different movement, dietary and foraging functional traits occupy similar ecological niches? Landscape Ecology: 1-14.
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The microbial signature provides insight into the mechanistic basis of coral success across reef habitats.

Hernandez-Agreda, A, Leggat, W, Bongaerts, P and Ainsworth, TD (2016). The microbial signature provides insight into the mechanistic basis of coral success across reef habitats. mBio 7(4).
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Seascape and life-history traits do not predict self-recruitment in a coral reef fish.

Herrera, M, Nanninga, GB, Planes, S, Jones, GP, Thorrold, SR, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Almany, GR and Berumen, ML (2016). Seascape and life-history traits do not predict self-recruitment in a coral reef fish. Biology Letters 12(8).
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Altered brain ion gradients following compensation for elevated CO2 are linked to behavioural alterations in a coral reef fish.

Heuer, RM, Welch, MJ, Rummer, JL, Munday, PL and Grosell, M (2016). Altered brain ion gradients following compensation for elevated CO2 are linked to behavioural alterations in a coral reef fish. Scientific Reports 6.
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Social drivers forewarn of marine regime shifts.

Hicks, CC, Crowder, LB, Graham, NAJ, Kittinger, JN and Le Cornu, E (2016). Social drivers forewarn of marine regime shifts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(5): 252-260.
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Engage key social concepts for sustainability.

Hicks, CC, Levine, A, Agrawal, A, Basurto, X, Breslow, SJ, Carothers, C, Charnley, S, Coulthard, S, Dolsak, N, Donatuto, J, Garcia-Quijano, C, Mascia, MB, Norman, K, Poe, MR, Satterfield, T, Martin, KS and Levin, PS (2016). Engage key social concepts for sustainability. Science 352(6281): 38-40.
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Social science and sustainability. Engage key social concepts for sustainability.

Hicks, CC, Levine, A, Agrawal, A, Basurto, X, Breslow, SJ, Carothers, C, Charnley, S, Coulthard, S, Dolsak, N, Donatuto, J, Garcia-Quijano, C, Mascia, MB, Norman, K, Poe, MR, Satterfield, T, St Martin, K and Levin, PS (2016). Social science and sustainability. Engage key social concepts for sustainability. Science 352(6281): 38-40.
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Dynamic habitat suitability modelling reveals rapid poleward distribution shift in a mobile apex predator.

Hill, NJ, Tobin, AJ, Reside, AE, Pepperell, JG and Bridge, TCL (2016). Dynamic habitat suitability modelling reveals rapid poleward distribution shift in a mobile apex predator. Global Change Biology 22(3): 1086-1096.
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High-temperature acclimation strategies within the thermally tolerant endosymbiont Symbiodiniumtrenchii and its coral host, Turbinariareniformis, differ with changing pCO2 and nutrients.

Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Grottoli, AG, Cai, WJ, Melman, TF, Levas, S, Schoepf, V, Ding, Q, Yuan, X, Wang, Y, Matsui, Y, Baumann, JH and Warner, ME (2016). High-temperature acclimation strategies within the thermally tolerant endosymbiont Symbiodiniumtrenchii and its coral host, Turbinariareniformis, differ with changing pCO2 and nutrients. Marine Biology 163(6): 1-13.
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Controlling range expansion in habitat networks by adaptively targeting source populations.

Hock, K, Wolff, NH, Beeden, R, Hoey, J, Condie, SA, Anthony, KRN, Possingham, HP and Mumby, PJ (2016). Controlling range expansion in habitat networks by adaptively targeting source populations. Conservation Biology.
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The geography of speciation in coral reef fishes: the relative importance of biogeographical barriers in separating sister-species.

Hodge, JR and Bellwood, DR (2016). The geography of speciation in coral reef fishes: the relative importance of biogeographical barriers in separating sister-species. Journal of Biogeography 43(7): 1324-1335.
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High coral cover at lower mesophotic depths: a dense Agaricia community at the leeward side of Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean.

Hoeksema, BW, Bongaerts, P and Baldwin, CC (2016). High coral cover at lower mesophotic depths: a dense Agaricia community at the leeward side of Curaçao, Dutch Caribbean. Marine Biodiversity: 1-4.
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Mobility and self-righting by a free-living mushroom coral through pulsed inflation.

Hoeksema, BW and Bongaerts, P (2016). Mobility and self-righting by a free-living mushroom coral through pulsed inflation. Marine Biodiversity 46(2): 521-524.
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Regional variation in the structure and function of parrotfishes on Arabian reefs.

Hoey, AS, Feary, DA, Burt, JA, Vaughan, G, Pratchett, MS and Berumen, ML (2016). Regional variation in the structure and function of parrotfishes on Arabian reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 105(2): 524-531.
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Recent advances in understanding the effects of climate change on coral reefs.

Hoey, AS, Howells, E, Johansen, JL, Hobbs, JPA, Messmer, V, McCowan, DM, Wilson, SK and Pratchett, MS (2016). Recent advances in understanding the effects of climate change on coral reefs. Diversity 8(2).
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Factors affecting B/Ca ratios in synthetic aragonite.

Holcomb, M, DeCarlo, TM, Gaetani, GA and McCulloch, M (2016). Factors affecting B/Ca ratios in synthetic aragonite. Chemical Geology 437: 67-76.
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Fishery consequences of marine reserves: short-term pain for longer-term gain.

Hopf, JK, Jones, GP, Williamson, DH and Connolly, SR (2016). Fishery consequences of Marine reserves: short-term pain for longer-term gain. Ecological Applications 26(3): 818-829.
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Synergistic effects of marine reserves and harvest controls on the abundance and catch dynamics of a coral reef fishery.

Hopf, J, Jones, G, Williamson, DH and Connolly, S (2016). Synergistic effects of marine reserves and harvest controls on the abundance and catch dynamics of a coral reef fishery. Current Biology.
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Influence of Governance Context on the Management Performance of Marine Protected Area Networks.

Horigue, V, Fabinyi, M, Pressey, RL, Foale, S and Aliño, PM (2016). Influence of Governance Context on the Management Performance of Marine Protected Area Networks. Coastal Management 44(1): 71-91.
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Microsatellite allele sizes alone are insufficient to delineate species boundaries in Symbiodinium.

Howells, EJ, Willis, BL, Bay, LK and van Oppen, MJH (2016). Microsatellite allele sizes alone are insufficient to delineate species boundaries in Symbiodinium. Molecular Ecology.
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A critique of claims for negative impacts of marine protected areas on fisheries.

Hughes, TP, Cameron, DS, Chin, A, Connolly, SR, Day, JC, Jones, GP, McCook, L, McGinnity, P, Mumby, PJ, Pears, RJ, Pressey, RL, Russ, GR, Tanzer, J, Tobin, A and Young, MAL (2016). A critique of claims for negative impacts of marine protected areas on fisheries. Ecological Applications 26(2): 637-641.
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Cumulative effects of nutrient enrichment and elevated temperature compromise the early life history stages of the coral acropora tenuis.

Humanes, A, Noonan, SHC, Willis, BL, Fabricius, KE and Negri, AP (2016). Cumulative effects of nutrient enrichment and elevated temperature compromise the early life history stages of the coral acropora tenuis. PLoS ONE 11(8).
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Associations between hospital-based rehabilitation for hip fracture and two-year outcomes for mortality and independent living: An australian database study of 1,724 elderly community-dwelling patients.

Ireland, AW, Kelly, PJ and Cumming, RG (2016). Associations between hospital-based rehabilitation for hip fracture and two-year outcomes for mortality and independent living: An australian database study of 1,724 elderly community-dwelling patients. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 48(7): 625-631.
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PAHI 2015 preface: Transforming patient experience using digital technologies.

Jaatun, EAA, Gilstad, H, Jaatun, MG, French, T and Cumming, GP (2016). PAHI 2015 preface: Transforming patient experience using digital technologies. 3rd European Workshop on Practical Aspects of Health Informatics, PAHI 2015 1574: i-iv.

Harvesting effects on functional structure and composition of tropical invertebrate assemblages.

Jimenez, H, Dumas, P, Mouillot, D, Bigot, L and Ferraris, J (2016). Harvesting effects on functional structure and composition of tropical invertebrate assemblages. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73(2): 420-428.
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Genetic markers for antioxidant capacity in a reef-building coral.

Jin, YK, Lundgren, P, Lutz, A, Raina, J-B, Howells, EJ, Paley, AS, Willis, BL and van Oppen, MJH (2016). Genetic markers for antioxidant capacity in a reef-building coral. Science Advances 2(5).
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Will ocean acidification affect the early ontogeny of a tropical oviparous elasmobranch (Hemiscyllium ocellatum)?

Johnson, MS, Kraver, DW, Renshaw, GMC, and Rummer JL (In Press)
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Ecology and pathology of novel plaque-like growth anomalies affecting a reef-building coral on the Great Barrier Reef.

Kelly, LA, Heintz, T, Lamb, JB, Ainsworth, TD and Willis, BL (2016). Ecology and pathology of novel plaque-like growth anomalies affecting a reef-building coral on the Great Barrier Reef. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 151.
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Demographic and genetic connectivity: The role and consequences of reproduction, dispersal and recruitment in seagrasses.

Kendrick, GA, Orth, RJ, Statton, J, Hovey, R, Ruiz Montoya, L, Lowe, RJ, Krauss, SL and Sinclair, EA (2016). Demographic and genetic connectivity: The role and consequences of reproduction, dispersal and recruitment in seagrasses. Biological Reviews.
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Symbiodinium biogeography tracks environmental patterns rather than host genetics in a key Caribbean reef-builder, Orbicella annularis.

Kennedy, EV, Tonk, L, Foster, NL, Chollett, I, Ortiz, JC, Dove, S, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Mumby, PJ and Stevens, JR (2016). Symbiodinium biogeography tracks environmental patterns rather than host genetics in a key Caribbean reef-builder, Orbicella annularis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1842).
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Competition for shelter in a high-diversity system: structure use by large reef fishes.

Kerry, JT and Bellwood, DR (2016). Competition for shelter in a high-diversity system: structure use by large reef fishes. Coral Reefs 35(1): 245-252.
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Using passive acoustic telemetry to infer mortality events in adult herbivorous coral reef fishes.

Khan, JA, Welsh, JQ and Bellwood, DR (2016). Using passive acoustic telemetry to infer mortality events in adult herbivorous coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs 35(2): 411-420.
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The user, not the tool: perceptions of credibility and relevance affect the uptake of prioritisation.

Kiatkoski K, M, Evans, L, Scherl, LM and Marsh, H (2016). The user, not the tool: perceptions of credibility and relevance affect the uptake of prioritisation. Environmental Management 57(4): 1-11.
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Applying governance principles to systematic conservation decision-making in Queensland.

Kim, MK, Evans, L, Scherl, LM and Marsh, H (2016). Applying governance principles to systematic conservation decision-making in Queensland. Environmental Policy and Governance 26(6): 452-467.
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Climate-driven coral reorganisation influences aggressive behaviour in juvenile coral-reef fishes.

Kok, JE, Graham, NAJ and Hoogenboom, MO (2016). Climate-driven coral reorganisation influences aggressive behaviour in juvenile coral-reef fishes. Coral Reefs: 1-11.
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Foraging and microhabitat use by crustacean-feeding wrasses on coral reefs.

Kramer, MJ, Bellwood, O and Bellwood, DR (2016). Foraging and microhabitat use by crustacean-feeding wrasses on coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 548: 277-282.
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Mechanics of multiple feedbacks in benthic coral reef communities.

Kubicek, A and Reuter, H (2016). Mechanics of multiple feedbacks in benthic coral reef communities. Ecological Modelling 329: 29-40.
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HoloVir: A workflow for investigating the diversity and function of viruses in invertebrate holobionts.

Laffy, PW, Wood-Charlson, EM, Turaev, D, Weynberg, KD, Botté, ES, Van Oppen, MJH, Webster, NS and Rattei, T (2016). HoloVir: A workflow for investigating the diversity and function of viruses in invertebrate holobionts. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(JUN).
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Reserves as tools for alleviating impacts of marine disease.

Lamb, JB, Wenger, AS, Devlin, MJ, Ceccarelli, DM, Williamson, DH and Willis, BL (2016). Reserves as tools for alleviating impacts of marine disease. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371(1689).
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nderstanding constraints to the transformation rate of global energy infrastructure.

Lane, JL, Smart, S, Schmeda-Lopez, D, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Garnett, A, Greig, C and McFarland, E (2016). Understanding constraints to the transformation rate of global energy infrastructure. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment 5(1): 33-48.
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Identity, subjectivity and natural resource use: How ethnicity, gender and class intersect to influence mangrove oyster harvesting in The Gambia.

Lau, JD and Scales, IR (2016). Identity, subjectivity and natural resource use: How ethnicity, gender and class intersect to influence mangrove oyster harvesting in The Gambia. Geoforum 69: 136-146.
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To what extent do mesophotic coral ecosystems and shallow reefs share species of conservation interest?

Laverick, JH, Andradi-Brown, DA, Exton, DA, Bongaerts, P, Bridge, TCL, Lesser, MP, Pyle, RL, Slattery, M, Wagner, D and Rogers, AD (2016). To what extent do mesophotic coral ecosystems and shallow reefs share species of conservation interest? Environmental Evidence 5(1).
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Primacy of bottom-up effects on a butterflyfish assemblage.

Leahy, SM, Russ, GR and Abesamis, RA (2016). Primacy of bottom-up effects on a butterflyfish assemblage. Marine and Freshwater Research 67(8): 1175-1185.
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Consequences of extreme life history traits on population persistence: do short-lived gobies face demographic bottlenecks?

Lefèvre, CD, Nash, KL, González-Cabello, A and Bellwood, DR (2016). Consequences of extreme life history traits on population persistence: do short-lived gobies face demographic bottlenecks? Coral Reefs 35(2): 399-409.
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Rare species contribute disproportionately to the functional structure of species assemblages.

Leitão, RP, Zuanon, J, Villéger, S, Williams, SE, Baraloto, C, Fortune, C, Mendonça, FP and Mouillot, D (2016). Rare species contribute disproportionately to the functional structure of species assemblages. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1828).
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Imaging the uptake of nitrogen-fixing bacteria into larvae of the coral Acropora millepora.

Lema, KA, Clode, PL, Kilburn, MR, Thornton, R, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2016). Imaging the uptake of nitrogen-fixing bacteria into larvae of the coral Acropora millepora. ISME Journal 10(7): 1804-1808.
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Evidence of reduced mid-Holocene ENSO variance on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Leonard, ND, Welsh, KJ, Lough, JM, Feng, Y, Pandolfi, JM, Clark, TR and Zhao, J (2016). Evidence of reduced mid-Holocene ENSO variance on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Paleoceanography 31(9): 1248-1260.
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Holocene sea level instability in the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia: high-precision U–Th dating of fossil microatolls.

Leonard, ND, Zhao, Jx, Welsh, KJ, Feng, Yx, Smithers, SG, Pandolfi, JM and Clark, TR (2016). Holocene sea level instability in the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia: high-precision U–Th dating of fossil microatolls. Coral Reefs 35(2): 625-639.
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Plate tectonics drive tropical reef biodiversity dynamics.

Leprieur, F, Descombes, P, Gaboriau, T, Cowman, PF, Parravicini, V, Kulbicki, M, Melian, CJ, De Santana, CN, Heine, C, Mouillot, D, Bellwood, DR and Pellissier, L (2016). Plate tectonics drive tropical reef biodiversity dynamics. Nature Communications 7.
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Historical and contemporary determinants of global phylogenetic structure in tropical reef fish faunas.

Leprieur, F, Colosio, S, Descombes, P, Parravicini, V, Kulbicki, M, Cowman, PF, Bellwood, DR, Mouillot, D and Pellissier, L (2016). Historical and contemporary determinants of global phylogenetic structure in tropical reef fish faunas. Ecography 39(9): 825-835.
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Can heterotrophic uptake of dissolved organic carbon and zooplankton mitigate carbon budget deficits in annually bleached corals?

Levas, S, Grottoli, AG, Schoepf, V, Aschaffenburg, M, Baumann, J, Bauer, JE and Warner, ME (2016). Can heterotrophic uptake of dissolved organic carbon and zooplankton mitigate carbon budget deficits in annually bleached corals? Coral Reefs 35(2): 495-506.
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Thermal environment and nutritional condition affect the efficacy of chemical alarm cues produced by prey fish

Lienart, GDH, Ferrari, MCO and McCormick, MI (2016). Thermal environment and nutritional condition affect the efficacy of chemical alarm cues produced by prey fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes: 1-11.
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Corallimorpharians are not “naked corals”: Insights into relationships between Scleractinia and Corallimorpharia from phylogenomic analyses

Lin, MF, Chou, WH, Kitahara, MV, Chen, CLA, Miller, DJ and Forêt, S (2016). Corallimorpharians are not “naked corals”: Insights into relationships between Scleractinia and Corallimorpharia from phylogenomic analyses. PeerJ 2016(10).
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U-Th age distribution of coral fragments from multiple rubble ridges within the Frankland Islands, Great Barrier Reef: implications for past storminess history.

Liu, E, Zhao, J-x, Feng, Y-x, Leonard, ND, Clark, TR and Roff, G (2016). U-Th age distribution of coral fragments from multiple rubble ridges within the Frankland Islands, Great Barrier Reef: implications for past storminess history. Quaternary Science Reviews 143: 51-68.
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StingerCam: A tool for ecologists and stakeholders to detect the presence of venomous tropical jellyfish

Llewellyn, LE, Bainbridge, S, Page, G, O’Callaghan, MD and Kingsford, MJ (2016). StingerCam: A tool for ecologists and stakeholders to detect the presence of venomous tropical jellyfish. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 14(10): 649-657.
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Behavioural lateralization and shoaling cohesion of fish larvae altered under ocean acidification.

Lopes, AF, Morais, P, Pimentel, M, Rosa, R, Munday, PL, Gonçalves, EJ and Faria, AM (2016). Behavioural lateralization and shoaling cohesion of fish larvae altered under ocean acidification. Marine Biology 163(12).
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Environmental drivers of growth in massive Porites corals over 16 degrees of latitude along Australia’s northwest shelf.

Lough, JM, Cantin, NE, Benthuysen, JA and Cooper, TF (2016). Environmental drivers of growth in massive Porites corals over 16 degrees of latitude along Australia’s northwest shelf. Limnology and Oceanography 61(2): 684-700.
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Coral reefs: turning back time.

Lough, JM (2016). Coral reefs: turning back time. Nature 531(7594): 314-315.
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Congruent patterns of connectivity can inform management for broadcast spawning corals on the Great Barrier Reef.

Lukoschek, V, Riginos, C and van Oppen, MJH (2016). Congruent patterns of connectivity can inform management for broadcast spawning corals on the Great Barrier Reef. Molecular Ecology.
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A tropical cleaner wrasse finds new clients at the frontier.

Luiz, OJ, Madin, EMP, Madin, JS, Baird, AH and Grutter, AS (2016). A tropical cleaner wrasse finds new clients at the frontier. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(2): 110-111.
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Depth, bay position and habitat structure as determinants of coral reef fish distributions: are deep reefs a potential refuge?

MacDonald, C, Bridge, TCL and Jones, GP (2016). Depth, bay position and habitat structure as determinants of coral reef fish distributions: are deep reefs a potential refuge? Marine Ecology Progress Series 561: 217-231.
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Multi-scale network analysis shows scale-dependency of significance of individual protected areas for connectivity.

Maciejewski, K and Cumming, GS (2016). Multi-scale network analysis shows scale-dependency of significance of individual protected areas for connectivity. Landscape Ecology 31(4): 761-774.
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Integration of private land conservation areas in a network of statutory protected areas: Implications for sustainability.

Maciejewski, K, Baum, J and Cumming, GS (2016). Integration of private land conservation areas in a network of statutory protected areas: Implications for sustainability. Biological Conservation 200: 200-206.
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GIS-based multi-criteria analysis of breeding habitats for recolonising species: New Zealand sea lions.

MacMillan, H, Moore, AB, Augé, AA and Chilvers, BL (2016). GIS-based multi-criteria analysis of breeding habitats for recolonising species: New Zealand sea lions. Ocean and Coastal Management 130: 162-171.
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Joint estimation of crown of thorns (Acanthaster planci) densities on the Great Barrier Reef

MacNeil, MA, Mellin, C, Pratchett, MS, Hoey, J, Anthony, KRN, Cheal, AJ, Miller, I, Sweatman, H, Cowan, ZL, Taylor, S, Moon, S and Fonnesbeck, CJ (2016). Joint estimation of crown of thorns (Acanthaster planci) densities on the Great Barrier Reef. PeerJ 2016(8).
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A Trait-Based Approach to Advance Coral Reef Science.

Madin, JS, Hoogenboom, MO, Connolly, SR, Darling, ES, Falster, DS, Huang, D, Keith, SA, Mizerek, T, Pandolfi, JM, Putnam, HM and Baird, AH (2016). A Trait-Based Approach to Advance Coral Reef Science. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
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The Coral Trait Database, a curated database of trait information for coral species from the global oceans.

Madin, JS, Anderson, KD, Andreasen, MH, Bridge, TCL, Cairns, SD, Connolly, SR, Darling, ES, Diaz, M, Falster, DS, Franklin, EC, Gates, RD, Hoogenboom, MO, Huang, D, Keith, SA, Kosnik, MA, Kuo, CY, Lough, JM, Lovelock, CE, Luiz, O, Martinelli, J, Mizerek, T, Pandolfi, JM, Pochon, X, Pratchett, MS, Putnam, HM, Roberts, TE, Stat, M, Wallace, CC, Widman, E and Baird, AH (2016). The Coral Trait Database, a curated database of trait information for coral species from the global oceans. Scientific Data 3.
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Scope for latitudinal extension of reef corals is species specific.

Madin, J, Allen, A, Baird, A, Pandolfi, J and Sommer, B (2016). Scope for latitudinal extension of reef corals is species specific. Frontiers of Biogeography 8(1): e29328.
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Implications of the Paris agreement for the ocean.

Magnan, AK, Colombier, M, Billé, R, Joos, F, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Pörtner, HO, Waisman, H, Spencer, T and Gattuso, JP (2016). Implications of the Paris agreement for the ocean. Nature Climate Change 6(8): 732-735.
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Integrating multiple species connectivity and habitat quality into conservation planning for coral reefs.

Magris, RA, Treml, EA, Pressey, RL and Weeks, R (2016). Integrating multiple species connectivity and habitat quality into conservation planning for coral reefs. Ecography 39(7): 649-664.
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Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea.

Maina, J, Kithiia, J, Cinner, J, Neale, E, Noble, S, Charles, D and Watson, JEM (2016). Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea. Regional Environmental Change 16(3): 881-891.
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How accessible are coral reefs to people? A global assessment based on travel time.

Maire, E, Cinner, J, Velez, L, Huchery, C, Mora, C, Dagata, S, Vigliola, L, Wantiez, L, Kulbicki, M and Mouillot, D (2016). How accessible are coral reefs to people? A global assessment based on travel time. Ecology Letters 19(4): 351-360.
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Standard flow cytometry as a rapid and non-destructive proxy for cell nitrogen quota.

Malerba, ME, Connolly, SR and Heimann, K (2016). Standard flow cytometry as a rapid and non-destructive proxy for cell nitrogen quota. Journal of Applied Phycology 28(2): 1085-1095.
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Improving dynamic phytoplankton reserve-utilization models with an indirect proxy for internal nitrogen.

Malerba, ME, Heimann, K and Connolly, SR (2016). Improving dynamic phytoplankton reserve-utilization models with an indirect proxy for internal nitrogen. Journal of Theoretical Biology 404: 1-9.
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Nutrient utilization traits vary systematically with intraspecific cell size plasticity.

Malerba, ME, Heimann, K and Connolly, SR (2016). Nutrient utilization traits vary systematically with intraspecific cell size plasticity. Functional Ecology.
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Improving marine disease surveillance through sea temperature monitoring, outlooks and projections.

Maynard, J, Van Hooidonk, R, Harvell, CD, Eakin, CM, Liu, G, Willis, BL, Williams, GJ, Groner, ML, Dobson, A, Heron, SF, Glenn, R, Reardon, K and Shields, JD (2016). Improving marine disease surveillance through sea temperature monitoring, outlooks and projections. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371(1689).
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Simulating the outcomes of resource user- and rule-based regulations in a coral reef fisheries-ecosystem model.

McClanahan, TR, Sebastián, CR and Cinner, JE (2016). Simulating the outcomes of resource user- and rule-based regulations in a coral reef fisheries-ecosystem model. Global Environmental Change 38: 58-69.
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Correction: Modeling reef fish biomass, recovery potential, and management priorities in the Western Indian Ocean.

McClanahan, TR, Maina, JM, Graham, NAJ and Jones, KR (2016). Correction: Modeling reef fish biomass, recovery potential, and management priorities in the Western Indian Ocean. PLoS ONE 11(6).
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Protogyny in a tropical damselfish: Females queue for future benefit.

McCormick, MI (2016). Protogyny in a tropical damselfish: Females queue for future benefit. PeerJ 2016(6).
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Habitat degradation disrupts neophobia in juvenile coral reef fish.

McCormick, MI, Chivers, DP, Allan, BJM and Ferrari, MCO (2016). Habitat degradation disrupts neophobia in juvenile coral reef fish. Global Change Biology.
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What is the extent and distribution of evidence on effectiveness of systematic conservation planning around the globe? A systematic map protocol.

McIntosh, EJ, McKinnon, MC, Pressey, RL and Grenyer, R (2016). What is the extent and distribution of evidence on effectiveness of systematic conservation planning around the globe? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence 5(1).
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Limited capacity for faster digestion in larval coral reef fish at an elevated temperature.

McLeod, IM and Clark, TD (2016). Limited capacity for faster digestion in larval coral reef fish at an elevated temperature. PLoS ONE 11(5).
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Humans and seasonal climate variability threaten large-bodied coral reef fish with small ranges.

Mellin, C, Mouillot, D, Kulbicki, M, McClanahan, TR, Vigliola, L, Bradshaw, CJA, Brainard, RE, Chabanet, P, Edgar, GJ, Fordham, DA, Friedlander, AM, Parravicini, V, Sequeira, AMM, Stuart-Smith, RD, Wantiez, L and Caley, MJ (2016). Humans and seasonal climate variability threaten large-bodied coral reef fish with small ranges. Nature Communications 7: 10491.
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Frequency and distribution of melanistic morphs in coexisting population of nine clownfish species in Papua New Guinea.

Militz, TA, McCormick, MI, Schoeman, DS, Kinch, J and Southgate, PC (2016). Frequency and distribution of melanistic morphs in coexisting population of nine clownfish species in Papua New Guinea. Marine Biology 163(10).
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Reconciling Development and Conservation under Coastal Squeeze from Rising Sea Level.

Mills, M, Leon, JX, Saunders, MI, Bell, J, Liu, Y, O’Mara, J, Lovelock, CE, Mumby, PJ, Phinn, S, Possingham, HP, Tulloch, VJD, Mutafoglu, K, Morrison, T, Callaghan, DP, Baldock, T, Klein, CJ and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2016). Reconciling Development and Conservation under Coastal Squeeze from Rising Sea Level. Conservation Letters 9(5): 361-368.
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Ontogenetic shifts in the social behaviour of pairing coral reef rabbitfishes (Siganidae).

Mirbach, CE and Brandl, SJ (2016). Ontogenetic shifts in the social behaviour of pairing coral reef rabbitfishes (Siganidae). Marine Biology Research: 1-7.
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Environmental tolerance governs the presence of reef corals at latitudes beyond reef growth.

Mizerek, TL, Baird, AH, Beaumont, LJ and Madin, JS (2016). Environmental tolerance governs the presence of reef corals at latitudes beyond reef growth. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
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Environmental tolerance governs the presence of reef corals at latitudes beyond reef growth.

Mizerek, TL, Baird, AH, Beaumont, LJ and Madin, JS (2016). Environmental tolerance governs the presence of reef corals at latitudes beyond reef growth. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(8): 979-987.
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The transcriptomic response of the coral Acropora digitifera to a competent Symbiodinium strain: the symbiosome as an arrested early phagosome.

Mohamed, AR, Cumbo, V, Harii, S, Shinzato, C, Chan, CX, Ragan, MA, Bourne, DG, Willis, BL, Ball, EE, Satoh, N and Miller, DJ (2016). The transcriptomic response of the coral Acropora digitifera to a competent Symbiodinium strain: the symbiosome as an arrested early phagosome. Molecular Ecology.
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Integrating modelling of biodiversity composition and ecosystem function.

Mokany, K, Ferrier, S, Connolly, SR, Dunstan, PK, Fulton, EA, Harfoot, MB, Harwood, TD, Richardson, AJ, Roxburgh, SH, Scharlemann, JPW, Tittensor, DP, Westcott, DA and Wintle, BA (2016). Integrating modelling of biodiversity composition and ecosystem function. Oikos 125(1): 10-19.
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The importance of ecological and behavioural data in studies of hybridisation among marine fishes.

Montanari, SR, Hobbs, JPA, Pratchett, MS and van Herwerden, L (2016). The importance of ecological and behavioural data in studies of hybridisation among marine fishes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries: 1-18.
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The influence of salinity on box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) statolith elemental chemistry.

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2016). The influence of salinity on box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) statolith elemental chemistry. Marine Biology 163(5).
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Statolith morphometrics can discriminate among taxa of cubozoan jellyfishes.

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Statolith morphometrics can discriminate among taxa of cubozoan jellyfishes. PLoS ONE 11(5).
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Statolith morphometrics as a tool to distinguish among populations of three cubozoan species.

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Statolith morphometrics as a tool to distinguish among populations of three cubozoan species. Hydrobiologia: 1-11.
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Discriminating populations of medusae (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) using statolith microchemistry

Mooney CJ., Kingsford MJ. (2016) Discriminating populations of medusae (Chironex fleckeri, Cubozoa) using statolith microchemistry. Marine and Freshwater Research. In press.
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Improving spatial prioritisation for remote marine regions: Optimising biodiversity conservation and sustainable development trade-offs.

Moore, CH, Radford, BT, Possingham, HP, Heyward, AJ, Stewart, RR, Watts, ME, Prescott, J, Newman, SJ, Harvey, ES, Fisher, R, Bryce, CW, Lowe, RJ, Berry, O, Espinosa-Gayosso, A, Sporer, E and Saunders, T (2016). Improving spatial prioritisation for remote marine regions: Optimising biodiversity conservation and sustainable development trade-offs. Scientific Reports 6.
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Quantifying network resilience: comparison before and after a major perturbation shows strengths and limitations of network metrics.

Moore, C, Grewar, J, Cumming, GS and Allen, C (2016). Quantifying network resilience: comparison before and after a major perturbation shows strengths and limitations of network metrics. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(3): 636-645.
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Ecological limitations to the resilience of coral reefs.

Mora, C, Graham, NAJ and Nyström, M (2016). Ecological limitations to the resilience of coral reefs. Coral Reefs: 1-10.
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The meta-governance of regions and the need for a political geography of planning.

Morrison, TH (2016). The meta-governance of regions and the need for a political geography of planning. International Planning Studies 21(3): 298-304.
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Global marine protected areas do not secure the evolutionary history of tropical corals and fishes.

Mouillot, D, Parravicini, V, Bellwood, DR, Leprieur, F, Huang, D, Cowman, PF, Albouy, C, Hughes, TP, Thuiller, W and Guilhaumon, F (2016). Global marine protected areas do not secure the evolutionary history of tropical corals and fishes. Nature Communications 7: 10359.
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Functional conservation of the apoptotic machinery from coral to man: The diverse and complex Bcl-2 and caspase repertoires of Acropora millepora.

Moya, A, Sakamaki, K, Mason, BM, Huisman, L, Forêt, S, Weiss, Y, Bull, TE, Tomii, K, Imai, K, Hayward, DC, Ball, EE and Miller, DJ (2016). Functional conservation of the apoptotic machinery from coral to man: The diverse and complex Bcl-2 and caspase repertoires of Acropora millepora. BMC Genomics 17(1): 62.
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Near-future pH conditions severely impact calcification, metabolism and the nervous system in the pteropod Heliconoides inflatus.

Moya, A, Howes, EL, Lacoue-Labarthe, T, Forêt, S, Hanna, B, Medina, M, Munday, PL, Ong, JS, Teyssié, JL, Torda, G, Watson, SA, Miller, DJ, Bijma, J and Gattuso, JP (2016). Near-future pH conditions severely impact calcification, metabolism and the nervous system in the pteropod Heliconoides inflatus. Global Change Biology.
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High resilience masks underlying sensitivity to algal phase shifts of Pacific coral reefs.

Mumby, PJ, Steneck, RS, Adjeroud, M and Arnold, SN (2016). High resilience masks underlying sensitivity to algal phase shifts of Pacific coral reefs. Oikos 125(5): 644-655.
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Effects of elevated CO2 on predator avoidance behaviour by reef fishes is not altered by experimental test water.

Munday, PL, Welch, MJ, Allan, BJM, Watson, SA, McMahon, SJ and McCormick, MI (2016). Effects of elevated CO2 on predator avoidance behaviour by reef fishes is not altered by experimental test water. PeerJ 2016(10).
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Shoaling reduces metabolic rate in a gregarious coral reef fish species.

Nadler, LE, Killen, SS, McClure, EC, Munday, PL and McCormick, MI (2016). Shoaling reduces metabolic rate in a gregarious coral reef fish species. Journal of Experimental Biology 219(18): 2802-2805.
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Animal behaviour shapes the ecological effects of ocean acidification and warming: moving from individual to community-level responses.

Nagelkerken, I and Munday, PL (2016). Animal behaviour shapes the ecological effects of ocean acidification and warming: moving from individual to community-level responses. Glob Chang Biol 22(3): 974-89.
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Ecological indicators for coral reef fisheries management.

Nash, KL and Graham, NAJ (2016). Ecological indicators for coral reef fisheries management. Fish and Fisheries.
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Drivers of herbivory on coral reefs: Species, Habitat and management effects.

Nash, KL, Abesamis, RA, Graham, NAJ, McClure, EC and Moland, E (2016). Drivers of herbivory on coral reefs: Species, Habitat and management effects. Marine Ecology Progress Series 554: 129-140.
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Harnessing fishery-independent indicators to aid management of data-poor fisheries: Weighing habitat and fishing effects

Nash, KL, Bijoux, J, Robinson, J, Wilson, SK and Graham, NAJ (2016). Harnessing fishery-independent indicators to aid management of data-poor fisheries: Weighing habitat and fishing effects. Ecosphere 7(7).
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Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilience.

Nash, KL, Graham, NAJ, Jennings, S, Wilson, SK, Bellwood, DR and Angeler, D (2016). Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilience. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(3): 646-655.
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Guiding coral reef futures in the Anthropocene.

Norström, AV, Nyström, M, Jouffray, J-B, Folke, C, Graham, NAJ, Moberg, F, Olsson, P and Williams, GJ (2016). Guiding coral reef futures in the Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14(9): 490-498.
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Implications of ocean acidification for marine microorganisms from the free-living to the host-associated.

O’Brien, PA, Morrow, KM, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2016). Implications of ocean acidification for marine microorganisms from the free-living to the host-associated. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 47.
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Parrotfish sex ratios recover rapidly in Bermuda following a fishing ban.

O’Farrell, S, Luckhurst, BE, Box, SJ and Mumby, PJ (2016). Parrotfish sex ratios recover rapidly in Bermuda following a fishing ban. Coral Reefs 35(2): 421-425.
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A comparative view of early development in the corals Favia lizardensis, Ctenactis echinata, and Acropora millepora- Morphology, transcriptome, and developmental gene expression Evolutionary developmental biology and morphology.

Okubo, N, Hayward, DC, Forêt, S and Ball, EE (2016). A comparative view of early development in the corals Favia lizardensis, Ctenactis echinata, and Acropora millepora- Morphology, transcriptome, and developmental gene expression Evolutionary developmental biology and morphology. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16(1): 48.
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Evidence for climate-driven synchrony of marine and terrestrial ecosystems in northwest Australia.

Ong, JJ, Rountrey, AN, Zinke, J, Meeuwig, JJ, Grierson, PF, O’Donnell, AJ, Newman, SJ, Lough, JM, Trougan, M and Meekan, MG (2016). Evidence for climate-driven synchrony of marine and terrestrial ecosystems in northwest Australia. Global Change Biology.
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Top predators negate the effect of mesopredators on prey physiology.

Palacios, MM, Killen, SS, Nadler, LE, White, JR, McCormick, MI and O’Gorman, E (2016). Top predators negate the effect of mesopredators on prey physiology. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(4): 1078-1086.
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Coral reefs and people in a high-CO2 world: where can science make a difference to people?

Pendleton, L, Comte, A, Langdon, C, Ekstrom, JA, Cooley, SR, Suatoni, L, Beck, MW, Brander, LM, Burke, L, Cinner, JE, Doherty, C, Edwards, PE, Gledhill, D, Jiang, LQ, van Hooidonk, RJ, Teh, L, Waldbusser, GG and Ritter, J (2016). Coral reefs and people in a high-CO2 world: where can science make a difference to people? PLoS One 11(11): e0164699.
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Multiple stressors and ecological complexity require a new approach to coral reef research.

Pendleton, LH, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Langdon, C and Comte, A (2016). Multiple stressors and ecological complexity require a new approach to coral reef research. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 36
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Coral colony size and structure as determinants of habitat use and fitness of coral-dwelling fishes.

Pereira, PHC and Munday, PL (2016). Coral colony size and structure as determinants of habitat use and fitness of coral-dwelling fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 553: 163-172.
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Temporal consistency in background mortality of four dominant coral taxa along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Pisapia, C, Anderson, KD and Pratchett, MS (2016). Temporal consistency in background mortality of four dominant coral taxa along Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs: 1-11.
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Coral recovery in the central Maldives archipelago since the last major mass-bleaching, in 1998.

Pisapia, C, Burn, D, Yoosuf, R, Najeeb, A, Anderson, KD and Pratchett, MS (2016). Coral recovery in the central Maldives archipelago since the last major mass-bleaching, in 1998. Scientific Reports 6.
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Responses of marine organisms to climate change across oceans.

Poloczanska, ES, Burrows, MT, Brown, CJ, García Molinos, J, Halpern, BS, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Kappel, CV, Moore, PJ, Richardson, AJ, Schoeman, DS and Sydeman, WJ (2016). Responses of marine organisms to climate change across oceans. Frontiers in Marine Science 3: 62.
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Empty niches after extinctions increase population sizes of modern corals.

Prada, C, Hanna, B, Budd, AF, Woodley, CM, Schmutz, J, Grimwood, J, Iglesias-Prieto, R, Pandolfi, JM, Levitan, D, Johnson, KG, Knowlton, N, Kitano, H, DeGiorgio, M and Medina, M (2016). Empty niches after extinctions increase population sizes of modern corals. Current Biology 26(23): 3190-3194.
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Influence of local habitat on the physiological responses of large benthic foraminifera to temperature and nutrient stress.

Prazeres, M, Uthicke, S and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Influence of local habitat on the physiological responses of large benthic foraminifera to temperature and nutrient stress. Scientific Reports 6: 21936.
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Effects of elevated temperature on the shell density of the large Benthic Foraminifera Amphistegina lobifera.

Prazeres, M and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Effects of elevated temperature on the shell density of the large Benthic Foraminifera Amphistegina lobifera. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
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Changing light levels induce photo-oxidative stress and alterations in shell density of Amphistegina lobifera (Foraminifera).

Prazeres, M, Uthicke, S and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Changing light levels induce photo-oxidative stress and alterations in shell density of Amphistegina lobifera (Foraminifera). Marine Ecology Progress Series 549: 69-78.
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Shifts in species abundance of large benthic foraminifera Amphistegina: the possible effects of Tropical Cyclone Ita.

Prazeres, M, Roberts, TE and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Shifts in species abundance of large benthic foraminifera Amphistegina: the possible effects of Tropical Cyclone Ita. Coral Reefs: 1-5.
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Maternal effects and symbiodinium community composition drive differential patterns in juvenile survival in the coral acropora tenuis.

Quigley, KM, Willis, BL and Bay, LK (2016). Maternal effects and symbiodinium community composition drive differential patterns in juvenile survival in the coral acropora tenuis. Royal Society Open Science 3(10).
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Environmental constraints on Holocene cold-water coral reef growth off Norway: Insights from a multiproxy approach.

Raddatz, J, Liebetrau, V, Trotter, J, Rüggeberg, A, Flögel, S, Dullo, WC, Eisenhauer, A, Voigt, S and McCulloch, M (2016). Environmental constraints on Holocene cold-water coral reef growth off Norway: Insights from a multiproxy approach. Paleoceanography.
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Isolation of an antimicrobial compound produced by bacteria associated with reef-building corals.

Raina, JB, Tapiolas, D, Motti, CA, Foret, S, Seemann, T, Tebben, J, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2016). Isolation of an antimicrobial compound produced by bacteria associated with reef-building corals. PeerJ 2016(8).
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An Insight into Bat Hunter Behavior and Perception with Implications for the Conservation of the Critically Endangered Philippine Bare-Backed Fruit Bat.

Raymundo, ML and Caballes, CF (2016). An Insight into Bat Hunter Behavior and Perception with Implications for the Conservation of the Critically Endangered Philippine Bare-Backed Fruit Bat. Journal of Ethnobiology 36(2): 382-394.
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Near-inertial ocean response to tropical cyclone forcing on the Australian North-West Shelf.

Rayson, MD, Ivey, GN, Jones, NL, Lowe, RJ, Wake, GW and McConochie, JD (2016). Near-inertial ocean response to tropical cyclone forcing on the Australian North-West Shelf. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120(12): 7722-7751.
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Great Barrier Reef: Clearing the way for reef destruction.

Reside, AE, Bridge, TCL and Rummer, JL (2016). Great Barrier Reef: Clearing the way for reef destruction. Nature 537(7620): 307.
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Seed dispersal by waterbirds in southern Africa: Comparing the roles of ectozoochory and endozoochory.

Reynolds, C and Cumming, GS (2016). Seed dispersal by waterbirds in southern Africa: Comparing the roles of ectozoochory and endozoochory. Freshwater Biology 61(4): 349-361.
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Seed traits and bird species influence the dispersal parameters of wetland plants.

Reynolds, C and Cumming, GS (2016). Seed traits and bird species influence the dispersal parameters of wetland plants. Freshwater Biology 61(7): 1157-1170.
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Defining functional groups using dietary data: Quantitative comparison suggests functional classification for seed-dispersing waterfowl.

Reynolds, C and Cumming, GS (2016). Defining functional groups using dietary data: Quantitative comparison suggests functional classification for seed-dispersing waterfowl. Basic and Applied Ecology 17(4): 333-343.
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Structure of benthic communities along the Taiwan latitudinal gradient.

Ribas-Deulofeu, L, Denis, V, De Palmas, S, Kuo, CY, Hsieh, HJ and Chen, CA (2016). Structure of benthic communities along the Taiwan latitudinal gradient. PLoS ONE 11(8).
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Cryptic genetic divergence within threatened species of Acropora coral from the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

Richards, ZT, Berry, O and van Oppen, MJH (2016). Cryptic genetic divergence within threatened species of Acropora coral from the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Conservation Genetics: 1-15.
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The point count transect method for estimates of biodiversity on coral reefs: Improving the sampling of rare species.

Roberts, TE, Bridge, TC, Caley, MJ and Baird, AH (2016). The point count transect method for estimates of biodiversity on coral reefs: Improving the sampling of rare species. PLoS ONE 11(3).
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Homogeneity of coral reef communities across 8 degrees of latitude in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea.

Roberts, MB, Jones, GP, McCormick, MI, Munday, PL, Neale, S, Thorrold, S, Robitzch, VSN and Berumen, ML (2016). Homogeneity of coral reef communities across 8 degrees of latitude in the Saudi Arabian Red Sea. Marine Pollution Bulletin 105(2): 558-565.
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Experimental methods in aquatic respirometry: the importance of mixing devices and accounting for background respiration.

Rodgers, GG, Tenzing, P and Clark, TD (2016). Experimental methods in aquatic respirometry: the importance of mixing devices and accounting for background respiration. Journal of Fish Biology 88(1): 65-80.
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The Ecological Role of Sharks on Coral Reefs.

Roff, G, Doropoulos, C, Rogers, A, Bozec, YM, Krueck, NC, Aurellado, E, Priest, M, Birrell, C and Mumby, PJ (2016). The Ecological Role of Sharks on Coral Reefs. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
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Reassessing Shark-Driven Trophic Cascades on Coral Reefs: A Reply to Ruppert et al.

Roff, G, Doropoulos, C, Rogers, A, Bozec, YM, Krueck, NC, Aurellado, E, Priest, M, Birrell, C and Mumby, PJ (2016). Reassessing Shark-Driven Trophic Cascades on Coral Reefs: A Reply to Ruppert et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
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Earliest record of a coral disease from the Indo-Pacific?

Roff, G (2016). Earliest record of a coral disease from the Indo-Pacific? Coral Reefs 35(2): 457-457.
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Homing is not for everyone: displaced cardinalfish find a new place to live.

Rueger, T, Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2016). Homing is not for everyone: displaced cardinalfish find a new place to live. Journal of Fish Biology 89(4): 2182-2188.
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Climate change and the evolution of reef fishes: Past and future.

Rummer, JL and Munday, PL (2016). Climate change and the evolution of reef fishes: Past and future. Fish and Fisheries.
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Methods matter: Considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes.

Rummer, JL, Binning, SA, Roche, DG and Johansen, JL (2016). Methods matter: Considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes. Conservation Physiology 4(1).
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Hologenome analysis of two marine sponges with different microbiomes.

Ryu, T, Seridi, L, Moitinho-Silva, L, Oates, M, Liew, YJ, Mavromatis, C, Wang, X, Haywood, A, Lafi, FF, Kupresanin, M, Sougrat, R, Alzahrani, MA, Giles, E, Ghosheh, Y, Schunter, C, Baumgarten, S, Berumen, ML, Gao, X, Aranda, M, Foret, S, Gough, J, Voolstra, CR, Hentschel, U and Ravasi, T (2016). Hologenome analysis of two marine sponges with different microbiomes. BMC Genomics 17(1).
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Genetic tools link long-term demographic and life-history traits of anemonefish to their anemone hosts.

Salles, OC, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Almany, GR, Berumen, ML, Thorrold, SR, Jones, GP and Planes, S (2016). Genetic tools link long-term demographic and life-history traits of anemonefish to their anemone hosts. Coral Reefs: 1-12.
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First genealogy for a wild marine fish population reveals multigenerational philopatry.

Salles, OC, Pujol, B, Maynard, JA, Almany, GR, Berumen, ML, Jones, GP, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Srinivasan, M, Thorrold, SR and Planes, S (2016). First genealogy for a wild marine fish population reveals multigenerational philopatry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(46): 13245-13250.
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Life on the edge: coral reef fishes exhibit strong responses to a habitat boundary.

Sambrook, K, Jones, GP and Bonin, MC (2016). Life on the edge: coral reef fishes exhibit strong responses to a habitat boundary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 561: 203-215.
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Coral symbioses under prolonged environmental change: living near tolerance range limits.

Sampayo, EM, Ridgway, T, Franceschinis, L, Roff, G, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2016). Coral symbioses under prolonged environmental change: living near tolerance range limits. Scientific Reports 6: 36271.
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Organic carbon in seagrass sediments is influenced by seagrass canopy complexity, turbidity, wave height, and water depth.

Samper-Villarreal, J, Lovelock, CE, Saunders, MI, Roelfsema, C and Mumby, PJ (2016). Organic carbon in seagrass sediments is influenced by seagrass canopy complexity, turbidity, wave height, and water depth. Limnology and Oceanography 61(3): 938-952.
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Integrated approach to understanding the onset and pathogenesis of black band disease in corals.

Sato, Y, Civiello, M, Bell, SC, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2016). Integrated approach to understanding the onset and pathogenesis of black band disease in corals. Environmental Microbiology 18(3): 752-65.
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Tectonic subsidence provides insight into possible coral reef futures under rapid sea-level rise.

Saunders, MI, Albert, S, Roelfsema, CM, Leon, JX, Woodroffe, CD, Phinn, SR and Mumby, PJ (2016). Tectonic subsidence provides insight into possible coral reef futures under rapid sea-level rise. Coral Reefs 35(1): 155-167.
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The broad footprint of climate change from genes to biomes to people.

Scheffers, BR, De Meester, L, Bridge, TC, Hoffmann, AA, Pandolfi, JM, Corlett, RT, Butchart, SH, Pearce-Kelly, P, Kovacs, KM, Dudgeon, D, Pacifici, M, Rondinini, C, Foden, WB, Martin, TG, Mora, C, Bickford, D and Watson, JE (2016). The broad footprint of climate change from genes to biomes to people. Science 354(6313).
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Retention of high thermal tolerance in the invasive foraminifera Amphistegina lobifera from the Eastern Mediterranean and the Gulf of Aqaba.

Schmidt, C, Morard, R, Prazeres, M, Barak, H and Kucera, M (2016). Retention of high thermal tolerance in the invasive foraminifera Amphistegina lobifera from the Eastern Mediterranean and the Gulf of Aqaba. Marine Biology 163(11).
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Coral calcification under environmental change: a direct comparison of the alkalinity anomaly and buoyant weight techniques.

Schoepf, V, Hu, X, Holcomb, M, Cai, WJ, Li, Q, Wang, Y, Xu, H, Warner, ME, Melman, TF, Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Matsui, Y, Baumann, JH and Grottoli, AG (2016). Coral calcification under environmental change: a direct comparison of the alkalinity anomaly and buoyant weight techniques. Coral Reefs: 1-13.
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Molecular signatures of transgenerational response to ocean acidification in a species of reef fish.

Schunter, C, Welch, MJ, Ryu, T, Zhang, H, Berumen, M, Nilsson, GE, Munday, PL and Ravasi, T (2016). Molecular signatures of transgenerational response to ocean acidification in a species of reef fish. Nature Climate Change 6(11): 1014-1018.
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Humanity’s distance to nature: time for environmental austerity?

Seppelt, R and Cumming, GS (2016). Humanity’s distance to nature: time for environmental austerity? Landscape Ecology: 1-7.
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Humanity’s distance to nature: time for environmental austerity?

Seppelt, R and Cumming, GS (2016). Humanity’s distance to nature: time for environmental austerity? Landscape Ecology 31(8): 1645-1651.
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Woody species composition in an African savanna: determined by centuries of termite activity but modulated by 50 years of ungulate herbivory.

Seymour, CL, Joseph, GS, Makumbe, M, Cumming, GS, Mahlangu, Z, Cumming, DHM and Prinzing, A (2016). Woody species composition in an African savanna: determined by centuries of termite activity but modulated by 50 years of ungulate herbivory. Journal of Vegetation Science 27(4): 824-833.
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Enhancing the value and validity of EIA: serious science to protect Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Sheaves, M, Coles, R, Dale, P, Grech, A, Pressey, RL and Waltham, NJ (2016). Enhancing the value and validity of EIA: serious science to protect Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Conservation Letters: n/a-n/a.
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Local bleaching thresholds established by remote sensing techniques vary among reefs with deviating bleaching patterns during the 2012 event in the Arabian/Persian Gulf.

Shuail, D, Wiedenmann, J, D’Angelo, C, Baird, AH, Pratchett, MS, Riegl, B, Burt, JA, Petrov, P and Amos, C (2016). Local bleaching thresholds established by remote sensing techniques vary among reefs with deviating bleaching patterns during the 2012 event in the Arabian/Persian Gulf. Marine Pollution Bulletin 105(2): 654-659.
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Near-reef elemental signals in the otoliths of settling Pomacentrus amboinensis (Pomacentridae).

Sih, TL and Kingsford, MJ (2016). Near-reef elemental signals in the otoliths of settling Pomacentrus amboinensis (Pomacentridae). Coral Reefs 35(1): 303-315.
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Anthropogenic noise increases fish mortality by predation.

Simpson, SD, Radford, AN, Nedelec, SL, Ferrari, MCO, Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI and Meekan, MG (2016). Anthropogenic noise increases fish mortality by predation. Nature Communications 7: 10544.
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Small-boat noise impacts natural settlement behavior of coral reef fish larvae.

Simpson, SD, Radford, AN, Holles, S, Ferarri, MC, Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI and Meekan, MG (2016). Small-boat noise impacts natural settlement behavior of coral reef fish larvae. Advances in Experimental Medicine Biology 875: 1041-1048.
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Evolutionary processes underlying latitudinal differences in reef fish biodiversity.

Siqueira, AC, Oliveira-Santos, LGR, Cowman, PF and Floeter, SR (2016). Evolutionary processes underlying latitudinal differences in reef fish biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(12): 1466-1476.
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Effect of closed v. intermittent-flow respirometry on hypoxia tolerance in the shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata.

Snyder, S, Nadler, LE, Bayley, JS, Svendsen, MBS, Johansen, JL, Domenici, P and Steffensen, JF (2016). Effect of closed v. intermittent-flow respirometry on hypoxia tolerance in the shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata. Journal of Fish Biology 88(1): 252-264.
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Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem.

Spanbauer, TL, Allen, CR, Angeler, DG, Eason, T, Fritz, SC, Garmestani, AS, Nash, KL, Stone, JR, Stow, CA and Sundstrom, SM (2016). Body size distributions signal a regime shift in a lake ecosystem. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1833).
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Singing above the chorus: cooperative Princess cichlid fish (Neolamprologus pulcher) has high pitch.

Spinks, RK, Muschick, M, Salzburger, W and Gante, HF (2016). Singing above the chorus: cooperative Princess cichlid fish (Neolamprologus pulcher) has high pitch. Hydrobiologia: 1-11.
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Genetic connectivity and self-replenishment of inshore and offshore populations of the endemic anemonefish, Amphiprion latezonatus.

Steinberg, R, van der Meer, M, Walker, E, Berumen, ML, Hobbs, JPA and van Herwerden, L (2016). Genetic connectivity and self-replenishment of inshore and offshore populations of the endemic anemonefish, Amphiprion latezonatus. Coral Reefs 35(3): 959-970.
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Variations in massive Porites growth rates at Hainan Island, northern South China Sea.

Su, R, Lough, JM and Sun, D (2016). Variations in massive Porites growth rates at Hainan Island, northern South China Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 546: 47-60.
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Cleaner wrasse influence habitat selection of young damselfish.

Sun, D, Cheney, KL, Werminghausen, J, McClure, EC, Meekan, MG, McCormick, MI, Cribb, TH and Grutter, AS (2016). Cleaner wrasse influence habitat selection of young damselfish. Coral Reefs 35(2): 427-436.
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Coral bleaching response index: a new tool to standardize and compare susceptibility to thermal bleaching.

Swain, TD, Vega-Perkins, JB, Oestreich, WK, Triebold, C, DuBois, E, Henss, J, Baird, A, Siple, M, Backman, V and Marcelino, L (2016). Coral bleaching response index: a new tool to standardize and compare susceptibility to thermal bleaching. Global Change Biology 22(7): 2475-2488.
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Spatial and temporal variation in fecundity among populations of Acropora millepora on the Great Barrier Reef.

Tan, CH, Pratchett, MS, Bay, LK, Graham, EM and Baird, AH (2016). Spatial and temporal variation in fecundity among populations of Acropora millepora on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 561: 147-153.
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Luminescence and density banding patterns in massive Porites corals around the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Southeast Asia.

Tanzil, JTI, Lee, JN, Brown, BE, Quax, R, Kaandorp, JA, Lough, JM and Todd, PA (2016). Luminescence and density banding patterns in massive Porites corals around the Thai-Malay Peninsula, Southeast Asia. Limnology and Oceanography.
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Setting the Record Straight: Assessing the Reliability of Retrospective Accounts of Change.

Thurstan, RH, Buckley, SM, Ortiz, JC and Pandolfi, JM (2016). Setting the Record Straight: Assessing the Reliability of Retrospective Accounts of Change. Conservation Letters 9(2): 98-105.
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Heterotrophy promotes the re-establishment of photosynthate translocation in a symbiotic coral after heat stress.

Tremblay, P, Gori, A, Maguer, JF, Hoogenboom, M and Ferrier-Pages, C (2016). Heterotrophy promotes the re-establishment of photosynthate translocation in a symbiotic coral after heat stress. Scientific Reports 6: 38112.
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Trust, confidence, and equity affect the legitimacy of natural resource governance.

Turner, RA, Addison, J, Arias, A, Bergseth, BJ, Marshall, NA, Morrison, TH and Tobin, RC (2016). Trust, confidence, and equity affect the legitimacy of natural resource governance. Ecology and Society 21(3).
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Genetic structure of the crown-of-thorns seastar in the Pacific Ocean, with focus on Guam.

Tusso, S, Morcinek, K, Vogler, C, Schupp, PJ, Caballes, CF, Vargas, S and Wörheide, G (2016). Genetic structure of the crown-of-thorns seastar in the Pacific Ocean, with focus on Guam. PeerJ 2016(5).
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Variation in calcification rate of Acropora downingi relative to seasonal changes in environmental conditions in the northeastern Persian Gulf.

Vajed Samiei, J, Saleh, A, Shirvani, A, Sheijooni Fumani, N, Hashtroudi, M and Pratchett, MS (2016). Variation in calcification rate of Acropora downingi relative to seasonal changes in environmental conditions in the northeastern Persian Gulf. Coral Reefs 35(4): 1371-1382.
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Multiple feedbacks and the prevalence of alternate stable states on coral reefs.

van de Leemput, IA, Hughes, TP, van Nes, EH and Scheffer, M (2016). Multiple feedbacks and the prevalence of alternate stable states on coral reefs. Coral Reefs 35(3): 867-867.
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Temporal patterns in innate immunity parameters in reef-building corals and linkages with local climatic conditions.

van de Water, JAJM, Lamb, JB, Heron, SF, van Oppen, MJH and Willis, BL (2016). Temporal patterns in innate immunity parameters in reef-building corals and linkages with local climatic conditions. Ecosphere 7(11): e01505.
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Erratum to: Multiple feedbacks and the prevalence of alternate stable states on coral reefs.

van de Leemput, IA, Hughes, TP, van Nes, EH and Scheffer, M (2016). Erratum to: Multiple feedbacks and the prevalence of alternate stable states on coral reefs. Coral Reefs: 1.
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Resilience to ocean acidification: decreased carbonic anhydrase activity in sea anemones under high pCO2 conditions.

Ventura, P, Jarrold, MD, Merle, PL, Barnay-Verdier, S, Zamoum, T, Rodolfo-Metalpa, R, Calosi, P and Furla, P (2016). Resilience to ocean acidification: decreased carbonic anhydrase activity in sea anemones under high pCO2 conditions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 559: 257-263.
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Long-term empirical evidence of ocean warming leading to tropicalization of fish communities, increased herbivory, and loss of kelp.

Verges, A, Doropoulos, C, Malcolm, HA, Skye, M, Garcia-Piza, M, Marzinelli, EM, Campbell, AH, Ballesteros, E, Hoey, AS, Vila-Concejo, A, Bozec, YM and Steinberg, PD (2016). Long-term empirical evidence of ocean warming leading to tropicalization of fish communities, increased herbivory, and loss of kelp. PNAS 113(48): 13791-13796.
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Diurnal effects of Holothuria atra on seawater carbonate chemistry in a sedimentary environment.

Vidal-Ramirez, F and Dove, S (2016). Diurnal effects of Holothuria atra on seawater carbonate chemistry in a sedimentary environment. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 474: 156-163.
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Projecting global biodiversity indicators under future development scenarios.

Visconti, P, Bakkenes, M, Baisero, D, Brooks, T, Butchart, SHM, Joppa, L, Alkemade, R, Di Marco, M, Santini, L, Hoffmann, M, Maiorano, L, Pressey, RL, Arponen, A, Boitani, L, Reside, AE, van Vuuren, DP and Rondinini, C (2016). Projecting global biodiversity indicators under future development scenarios. Conservation Letters 9(1): 5-13.
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In situ visualization of bacterial populations in coral tissues: pitfalls and solutions.

Wada, N, Pollock, FJ, Willis, BL, Ainsworth, T, Mano, N and Bourne, DG (2016). In situ visualization of bacterial populations in coral tissues: pitfalls and solutions. PeerJ 4: e2424.
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Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based management.

Waldie, PA, Almany, GR, Sinclair-Taylor, TH, Hamilton, RJ, Potuku, T, Priest, MA, Rhodes, KL, Robinson, J, Cinner, JE and Berumen, ML (2016). Restricted grouper reproductive migrations support community-based management. Royal Society Open Science 3(3): 150694.
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Sperm dispersal distances estimated by parentage analysis in a brooding scleractinian coral.

Warner, PA, Willis, BL and Van Oppen, MJH (2016). Sperm dispersal distances estimated by parentage analysis in a brooding scleractinian coral. Molecular Ecology 25(6): 1398-1415.
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Duration of exposure to elevated temperature affects competitive interactions in juvenile reef fishes

Warren, DT, Donelson, JM, McCormick, MI, Ferrari, MCO and Munday, PL (2016). Duration of exposure to elevated temperature affects competitive interactions in juvenile reef fishes. PLoS ONE 11(10).
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Using reef fish movement to inform marine reserve design.

Weeks, R, Green, AL, Joseph, E, Peterson, N and Terk, E (2016). Using reef fish movement to inform marine reserve design. Journal of Applied Ecology.
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Regimes of chlorophyll-a in the coral sea: implications for evaluating adequacy of marine protected areas.

Welch, H, Pressey, RL, Heron, SF, Ceccarelli, DM and Hobday, AJ (2016). Regimes of chlorophyll-a in the coral sea: implications for evaluating adequacy of marine protected areas. Ecography 39(3): 289-304.
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Erratum to: contrasting effects of ocean acidification on reproduction in reef fishes.

Welch, MJ and Munday, P (2016). Erratum to: contrasting effects of ocean acidification on reproduction in reef fishes. Coral Reefs: 1.
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Regimes of chlorophyll-a in the coral sea: implications for evaluating adequacy of marine protected areas.

Welch, H, Pressey, RL, Heron, SF, Ceccarelli, DM and Hobday, AJ (2016). Regimes of chlorophyll-a in the coral sea: implications for evaluating adequacy of marine protected areas. Ecography 39(3): 289-304.
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Dietary shift in juvenile coral trout (Plectropomus maculatus) following coral reef degradation from a flood plume disturbance.

Wen, CKC, Bonin, MC, Harrison, HB, Williamson, DH and Jones, GP (2016). Dietary shift in juvenile coral trout (Plectropomus maculatus) following coral reef degradation from a flood plume disturbance. Coral Reefs: 1-5.
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Systematic conservation planning within a Fijian customary governance context.

Wendt, HK, Weeks, R, Comley, J and Aalbersberg, W (2016). Systematic conservation planning within a Fijian customary governance context. Pacific Conservation Biology 22(2): 173-181.
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Effects of reduced water quality on coral reefs in and out of no-take marine reserves.

Wenger, AS, Williamson, DH, da Silva, ET, Ceccarelli, DM, Browne, NK, Petus, C and Devlin, MJ (2016). Effects of reduced water quality on coral reefs in and out of no-take marine reserves. Conservation Biology 30(1): 142-153.
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The impact of individual and combined abiotic factors on daily otolith growth in a coral reef fish.

Wenger, AS, Whinney, J, Taylor, B and Kroon, F (2016). The impact of individual and combined abiotic factors on daily otolith growth in a coral reef fish. Scientific Reports 6.
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Large-scale, multidirectional larval connectivity among coral reef fish populations in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Williamson, DH, Harrison, HB, Almany, GR, Berumen, ML, Bode, M, Bonin, MC, Choukroun, S, Doherty, PJ, Frisch, AJ, Saenz-Agudelo, P and Jones, GP (2016). Large-scale, multidirectional larval connectivity among coral reef fish populations in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Molecular Ecology 25(24): 6039-6054.
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A typology of time-scale mismatches and behavioral interventions to diagnose and solve conservation problems.

Wilson, RS, Hardisty, DJ, Epanchin-Niell, RS, Runge, MC, Cottingham, KL, Urban, DL, Maguire, LA, Hastings, A, Mumby, PJ and Peters, DPC (2016). A typology of time-scale mismatches and behavioral interventions to diagnose and solve conservation problems. Conservation Biology 30(1): 42-49.
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Temporal clustering of tropical cyclones on the Great Barrier Reef and its ecological importance.

Wolff, NH, Wong, A, Vitolo, R, Stolberg, K, Anthony, KRN and Mumby, PJ (2016). Temporal clustering of tropical cyclones on the Great Barrier Reef and its ecological importance. Coral Reefs: 1-11.
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Environmental factors limiting fertilisation and larval success in corals.

Woods, RM, Baird, AH, Mizerek, TL and Madin, JS (2016). Environmental factors limiting fertilisation and larval success in corals. Coral Reefs 35(4): 1433-1440.
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Ocean transport pathways to a world heritage fringing coral reef: Ningaloo reef, Western Australia.

Xu, J, Lowe, RJ, Ivey, GN, Jones, NL and Zhang, Z (2016). Ocean transport pathways to a world heritage fringing coral reef: Ningaloo reef, Western Australia. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0145822.
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Why do fishers fish? A cross-cultural examination of the motivations for fishing.

Young, MAL, Foale, S and Bellwood, DR (2016). Why do fishers fish? A cross-cultural examination of the motivations for fishing. Marine Policy 66: 114-123.
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The last marine wilderness: spearfishing for trophy fishes in the Coral Sea.

Young, MAL, Foale, S and Bellwood, DR (2016). The last marine wilderness: spearfishing for trophy fishes in the Coral Sea. Environmental Conservation 43(1): 90-95.
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China’s degraded environment enters a new normal.

Zhang, K, Dearing, JA, Tong, SL and Hughes, TP (2016). China’s degraded environment enters a new normal. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31(3): 175-177.
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Regime shifts and resilience in China’s coastal ecosystems.

Zhang, K (2016). Regime shifts and resilience in China’s coastal ecosystems. Ambio 45(1): 89-98.
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The combined effect of transient wind-driven upwelling and eddies on vertical nutrient fluxes and phytoplankton dynamics along Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia.

Zhang, Z, Lowe, R, Ivey, G, Xu, J and Falter, J (2016). The combined effect of transient wind-driven upwelling and eddies on vertical nutrient fluxes and phytoplankton dynamics along Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans.
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Terrestrial protected areas of Australia.

Craigie, DI, Grech, A, Pressey, RL, Adams, VM, Hockings, M, Taylor, M and Barnes, M (In Press). Terrestrial protected areas of Australia. In: Stow, A, Maclean, N and Holwell, G. (eds). Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 560-581 pp.
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Australian marine protected areas.

Grech, A, Edgar, GJ, Fairweather, P, Pressey, RL and Ward, TJ (In press). Australian marine protected areas. In: Stow, A, Maclean, N and Holwell, G. (eds). Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 582-599 pp.

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Multi-scale patterns and processes in reef fish abundance.

Macneil, MA and Connolly, SR. Multi-scale patterns and processes in reef fish abundance. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Planning habitat restoration with genetic algorithms

Brotankova, J, Urli, T and Kilby, P (2016). Planning habitat restoration with genetic algorithms. In 2016 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, GECCO 2016. Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.
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Comparing submerged walking and swimming kinematics in epaulette sharks

Hernandez, AV, Gervais, CR, Rummer, JL, and Porter, ME (2016) Comparing submerged walking and swimming kinematics in epaulette sharks. Society for integrative and Comparative Biology 2016 Annual Meeting P2-185
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BOOKS

The holobiont imperative: Perspectives from early emerging animals.

Bosch, TCG and Miller, DJ (2016). The holobiont imperative: Perspectives from early emerging animals. Springer-Verlag Wien.
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Street trees: paying their way in property value benefits.

Plant, LJ, Morrison, T and Rambaldi, A (2016). Street trees: paying their way in property value benefits. In: Groening, G, Moore, EEF, Moore, GM and Rayner, JP, (eds). Acta Horticulturae. International Society for Horticultural Science, 13-24 pp.
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Small-boat noise impacts natural settlement behavior of coral reef fish larvae.

Simpson, SD, Radford, AN, Holles, S, Ferarri, MCO, Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI and Meekan, MG (2016). Small-boat noise impacts natural settlement behavior of coral reef fish larvae. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. Springer New York LLC, 1041-1048 pp.
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2015 Scientific Publications [199]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Coral-algal phase shifts alter fish communities and reduce fisheries production.

Ainsworth, CH and Mumby, PJ (2015). Coral-algal phase shifts alter fish communities and reduce fisheries production. Global Change Biology 21(1): 165-172.
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The coral core microbiome identifies rare bacterial taxa as ubiquitous endosymbionts.

Ainsworth, TD, Krause, L, Bridge, T, Torda, G, Raina, JB, Zakrzewski, M, Gates, RD, Padilla-Gamiño, JL, Spalding, HL, Smith, C, Woolsey, ES, Bourne, DG, Bongaerts, P, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Leggat, W (2015). The coral core microbiome identifies rare bacterial taxa as ubiquitous endosymbionts. ISME Journal.
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Projected impacts of climate warming on the functional and phylogenetic components of coastal Mediterranean fish biodiversity.

Albouy, C, Leprieur, F, Le Loc’h, F, Mouquet, N, Meynard, CN, Douzery, EJP and Mouillot, D (2015). Projected impacts of climate warming on the functional and phylogenetic components of coastal Mediterranean fish biodiversity. Ecography 38(7): 681-689.
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Biogeochemical implications of biodiversity and community structure across multiple coastal ecosystems.

Allgeier, JE, Layman, CA, Mumby, PJ, Rosemond, AD and Kraft, NJB (2015). Biogeochemical implications of biodiversity and community structure across multiple coastal ecosystems. Ecological Monographs 85(1): 117-132.
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Integrated cross-realm planning: A decision-makers’ perspective.

Álvarez-Romero, JG, Adams, VM, Pressey, RL, Douglas, M, Dale, AP, Augé, AA, Ball, D, Childs, J, Digby, M, Dobbs, R, Gobius, N, Hinchley, D, Lancaster, I, Maughan, M and Perdrisat, I (2015). Integrated cross-realm planning: A decision-makers’ perspective. Biological Conservation.
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Species-specific declines in the linear extension of branching corals at a subtropical reef, Lord Howe Island.

Anderson, KD, Heron, SF and Pratchett, MS (In press). Species-specific declines in the linear extension of branching corals at a subtropical reef, Lord Howe Island. Coral Reefs.
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Extending networks of protected areas to optimize connectivity and population growth rate.

Andrello, M, Jacobi, MN, Manel, S, Thuiller, W and Mouillot, D (2015). Extending networks of protected areas to optimize connectivity and population growth rate. Ecography 38(3): 273-282.
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Additive effects of climate change on connectivity between marine protected areas and larval supply to fished areas.

Andrello, M, Mouillot, D, Somot, S, Thuiller, W and Manel, S (2015). Additive effects of climate change on connectivity between marine protected areas and larval supply to fished areas. Diversity and Distributions 21(2): 139-150.
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Operationalizing resilience for adaptive coral reef management under global environmental change.

Anthony, KRN, Marshall, PA, Abdulla, A, Beeden, R, Bergh, C, Black, R, Eakin, CM, Game, ET, Gooch, M, Graham, NAJ, Green, A, Heron, SF, van Hooidonk, R, Knowland, C, Mangubhai, S, Marshall, N, Maynard, JA, McGinnity, P, McLeod, E, Mumby, PJ, Nyström, M, Obura, D, Oliver, J, Possingham, HP, Pressey, RL, Rowlands, GP, Tamelander, J, Wachenfeld, D and Wear, S (2015). Operationalizing resilience for adaptive coral reef management under global environmental change. Global Change Biology 21(1): 48-61.
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Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: a case study from Cocos Island, Costa Rica.

Arias, A, Pressey, RL, Jones, RE, Álvarez-Romero, JG and Cinner, JE (In press). Optimizing enforcement and compliance in offshore marine protected areas: a case study from Cocos Island, Costa Rica. Oryx.
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Active in the sac: Damselfish embryos use innate recognition of odours to learn predation risk before hatching.

Atherton, JA and McCormick, MI (2015). Active in the sac: Damselfish embryos use innate recognition of odours to learn predation risk before hatching. Animal Behaviour 103: 1-6.
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Coral reproduction on the world’s southernmost reef at Lord Howe Island, Australia.

Baird, AH, Cumbo, VR, Gudge, S, Keith, SA, Maynard, JA, Tan, CH and Woolsey, ES (2015). Coral reproduction on the world’s southernmost reef at Lord Howe Island, Australia. Aquatic Biology 23(3): 275-284.
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Hagfish: Champions of CO2 tolerance question the origins of vertebrate gill function.

Baker, DW, Sardella, B, Rummer, JL, Sackville, M and Brauner, CJ (2015). Hagfish: Champions of CO2 tolerance question the origins of vertebrate gill function. Scientific Reports 5.
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Measuring and monitoring compliance in no-take marine reserves.

Bergseth, BJ, Russ, GR and Cinner, JE (2015). Measuring and monitoring compliance in no-take marine reserves. Fish and Fisheries 16(2): 240-258.
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Marine tourism in the face of global change: the resilience of enterprises to crises in Thailand and Australia.

Biggs, D, Hicks, CC, Cinner, JE and Hall, CM (2015). Marine tourism in the face of global change: the resilience of enterprises to crises in Thailand and Australia. Ocean and Coastal Management 105: 65-74.
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Water flow and fin shape polymorphism in coral reef fishes.

Binning, SA and Roche, DG (2015). Water flow and fin shape polymorphism in coral reef fishes. Ecology 96(3): 828-839.
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Vulnerability of coastal livelihoods to shrimp farming: insights from Mozambique.

Blythe, J, Flaherty, M and Murray, G (2015). Vulnerability of coastal livelihoods to shrimp farming: insights from Mozambique. Ambio 44: 275-284.
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Resilience and social thresholds in small-scale fishing communities.

Blythe, JL (2015). Resilience and social thresholds in small-scale fishing communities. Sustainability Science 10: 157-165.
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Predators drive community structure in coral reef fish assemblages.

Boaden, AE and Kingsford, MJ (2015). Predators drive community structure in coral reef fish assemblages. Ecosphere 6(4).
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Towards a better understanding of white syndromes and their causes on Indo-Pacific coral reefs.

Bourne, DG, Ainsworth, TD, Pollock, FJ and Willis, BL (2015). Towards a better understanding of white syndromes and their causes on Indo-Pacific coral reefs. Coral Reefs 34(1): 233-242.
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Multi-species spawning synchrony within scleractinian coral assemblages in the Red Sea.

Bouwmeester, J, Baird, AH, Chen, CJ, Guest, JR, Vicentuan, KC and Berumen, ML (2015). Multi-species spawning synchrony within scleractinian coral assemblages in the Red Sea. Coral Reefs 34(1): 65-77.
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Cyphastrea kausti sp.n.(Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia) a new species of reef coral from the Red Sea.

Bouwmeester, J, Benzoni, F, Baird, AH and Berumen, ML (2015). Cyphastrea kausti sp.n.(Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia) a new species of reef coral from the Red Sea. ZooKeys 496: 1-13.
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The dynamics of architectural complexity on coral reefs under climate change.

Bozec, YM, Alvarez-Filip, L and Mumby, PJ (2015). The dynamics of architectural complexity on coral reefs under climate change. Global Change Biology 21(1): 223-235.
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Synergistic impacts of global warming on the resilience of coral reefs.

Bozec, YM and Mumby, PJ (2015). Synergistic impacts of global warming on the resilience of coral reefs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370: 20130267.
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National emphasis on high-level protection reduces risk of biodiversity decline in tropical forest reserves.

Bradshaw, CJA, Craigie, I and Laurance, WF (2015). National emphasis on high-level protection reduces risk of biodiversity decline in tropical forest reserves. Biological Conservation 190: 115-122.
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You are what you eat: diet-induced chemical crypsis in a coral-feeding reef fish.

Brooker, RM, Munday, PL, Chivers, DP and Jones, GP (2015). You are what you eat: diet-induced chemical crypsis in a coral-feeding reef fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282: 20141887.
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The cumulative impacts of repeated heavy rainfall, flooding and altered water quality on the high-latitude coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.

Butler, IR, Sommer, B, Zann, M, Zhao, JX and Pandolfi, JM (2015). The cumulative impacts of repeated heavy rainfall, flooding and altered water quality on the high-latitude coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin 96(1-2): 356-367.
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Urban land use does not limit weaver bird movements between wetlands in Cape Town, South Africa.

Calder, JL, Cumming, GS, Maciejewski, K and Oschadleus, HD (2015). Urban land use does not limit weaver bird movements between wetlands in Cape Town, South Africa. Biological Conservation 187: 230-239.
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Morphological and molecular assessment of Sargassum (Fucales, Phaeophyceae) from Caribbean Colombia, including the proposal of Sargassum giganteum sp. nov., Sargassum schnetteri comb. nov. and Sargassum section Cladophyllum sect. nov.

Camacho, O, Mattio, L, Draisma, S, Fredericq, S and Diaz-Pulido, G (2015). Morphological and molecular assessment of Sargassum (Fucales, Phaeophyceae) from Caribbean Colombia, including the proposal of Sargassum giganteum sp. nov., Sargassum schnetteri comb. nov. and Sargassum section Cladophyllum sect. nov. Systematics and Biodiversity 13(2): 105-130.
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Maternal size, not age, influences egg quality of a wild, protogynous coral reef fish Plectropomus leopardus.

Carter, AB, Carton, AG, McCormick, MI, Tobin, AJ and Williams, AJ (2015). Maternal size, not age, influences egg quality of a wild, protogynous coral reef fish Plectropomus leopardus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 249-263.
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Coral transplantation triggers shift in microbiome and promotion of coral disease associated potential pathogens.

Casey, JM, Connolly, SR and Ainsworth, TD (2015). Coral transplantation triggers shift in microbiome and promotion of coral disease associated potential pathogens. Scientific Reports 5.
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Blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injury.

Chin, A, Mourier, J and Rummer, JL (2015). Blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injury. Conservation Physiology 3(1).
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A sea change on the African coast? Preliminary social and ecological outcomes of a governance transformation in Kenyan fisheries.

Cinner, JE and McClanahan, TR (2015). A sea change on the African coast? Preliminary social and ecological outcomes of a governance transformation in Kenyan fisheries. Global Environmental Change 30: 133-139.
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Social dimensions of local fisheries co-management in the Coral Triangle.

Cohen, PJ and Steenbergen, DJ (In Press). Social dimensions of local fisheries co-management in the Coral Triangle. Environmental Conservation.
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Body condition of the coral-dwelling fish Dascyllus aruanus (Linnaeus 1758) following host colony bleaching.

Coker, DJ, Nowicki, JP and Pratchett, MS (2015). Body condition of the coral-dwelling fish Dascyllus aruanus (Linnaeus 1758) following host colony bleaching. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98: 691-695.
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Incorporating geodiversity into conservation decisions.

Comer, PJ, Pressey, RL, Hunter, ML, Schloss, CA, Buttrick, SC, Heller, NE, Tirpak, JM, Faith, DP, Cross, MS and Shaffer, ML (2015). Incorporating geodiversity into conservation decisions. Conservation Biology 29(3): 692-701.
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Projections of the impacts of gear-modification on the recovery of fish catches and ecosystem function in an impoverished fishery.

Condy, M, Cinner, JE, McClanahan, TR and Bellwood, DR (2015). Projections of the impacts of gear-modification on the recovery of fish catches and ecosystem function in an impoverished fishery. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25(3): 396-410.
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A holistic view of marine regime shifts.

Conversi, A, Dakos, V, Gårdmark, A, Ling, S, Folke, C, Mumby, PJ, Greene, C, Edwards, M, Blenckner, T, Casini, M, Pershing, A and Möllmann, C (2015). A holistic view of marine regime shifts. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370: 20130279.
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Stochastic dynamics of a warmer Great Barrier Reef.

Cooper, JK, Spencer, M, Bruno, JF and Van Woesik, R (2015). Stochastic dynamics of a warmer Great Barrier Reef. Ecology 96(7): 1802-1811.

Canopy macroalgae influence understorey corallines’ metabolic control of near-surface pH and oxygen concentration.

Cornwall, CE, Pilditch, CA, Hepburn, CD and Hurd, CL (2015). Canopy macroalgae influence understorey corallines’ metabolic control of near-surface pH and oxygen concentration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 525: 81-95.
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High prevalence of diffusive uptake of CO2 by macroalgae in a temperate subtidal ecosystem.

Cornwall, CE, Revill, AT and Hurd, CL (2015). High prevalence of diffusive uptake of CO2 by macroalgae in a temperate subtidal ecosystem. Photosynthesis Research.
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Phenotypic plasticity confers multiple fitness benefits to a mimic.

Cortesi, F, Feeney, WE, Ferrari, MCO, Waldie, PA, Phillips, GAC, McClure, EC, Sköld, HN, Salzburger, W, Marshall, NJ and Cheney, KL (2015). Phenotypic plasticity confers multiple fitness benefits to a mimic. Current Biology 25(7): 949-954.
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Global Biodiversity Indicators Reflect the Modeled Impacts of Protected Area Policy Change.

Costelloe, B, Collen, B, Milner-Gulland, EJ, Craigie, ID, McRae, L, Rondinini, C and Nicholson, E (2015). Global Biodiversity Indicators Reflect the Modeled Impacts of Protected Area Policy Change. Conservation Letters.
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Erratum to: A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology: geographic variation and avian influenza.

Cumming, GS, Abolnik, C, Caron, A, Gaidet, N, Grewar, J, Hellard, E, Henry, DAW and Reynolds, C (2015). Erratum to: A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology: geographic variation and avian influenza. Landscape Ecology 30(6): 987.
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A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology: geographic variation and avian influenza.

Cumming, GS, Abolnik, C, Caron, A, Gaidet, N, Grewar, J, Hellard, E, Henry, DAW and Reynolds, C (2015). A social–ecological approach to landscape epidemiology: geographic variation and avian influenza. Landscape Ecology 30(6): 963-985.
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Coral records of reef-water pH across the central Great Barrier Reef, Australia: Assessing the influence of river runoff on inshore reefs.

D’Olivo, JP, McCulloch, MT, Eggins, SM and Trotter, J (2015). Coral records of reef-water pH across the central Great Barrier Reef, Australia: Assessing the influence of river runoff on inshore reefs. Biogeosciences 12(4): 1223-1236.
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Distribution, abundance and diversity of crustose coralline algae on the Great Barrier Reef.

Dean, AJ, Steneck, RS, Tager, D and Pandolfi, JM (In press). Distribution, abundance and diversity of crustose coralline algae on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs.
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Sensory cues of a top-predator indirectly control a reef fish mesopredator.

del Mar Palacios, M, Warren, DT and McCormick, MI (2015). Sensory cues of a top-predator indirectly control a reef fish mesopredator. Oikos.
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Forecasted coral reef decline in marine biodiversity hotspots under climate change.

Descombes, P, Wisz, MS, Leprieur, F, Parravicini, V, Heine, C, Olsen, SM, Swingedouw, D, Kulbicki, M, Mouillot, D and Pellissier, L (2015). Forecasted coral reef decline in marine biodiversity hotspots under climate change. Global Change Biology 21(7): 2479-2487.
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Reinventing residual reserves in the sea: Are we favouring ease of establishment over need for protection?

Devillers, R, Pressey, RL, Grech, A, Kittinger, JN, Edgar, GJ, Ward, T and Watson, R (In press). Reinventing residual reserves in the sea: Are we favouring ease of establishment over need for protection? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.
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The IPBES Conceptual Framework – connecting nature and people.

Díaz, S, Demissew, S, Carabias, J, Joly, C, Lonsdale, M, Ash, N, Larigauderie, A, Adhikari, JR, Arico, S, Báldi, A, Bartuska, A, Baste, IA, Bilgin, A, Brondizio, E, Chan, KMA, Figueroa, VE, Duraiappah, A, Fischer, M, Hill, R, Koetz, T, Leadley, P, Lyver, P, Mace, GM, Martin-Lopez, B, Okumura, M, Pacheco, D, Pascual, U, Pérez, ES, Reyers, B, Roth, E, Saito, O, Scholes, RJ, Sharma, N, Tallis, H, Thaman, R, Watson, R, Yahara, T, Hamid, ZA, Akosim, C, Al-Hafedh, Y, Allahverdiyev, R, Amankwah, E, Asah, TS, Asfaw, Z, Bartus, G, Brooks, AL, Caillaux, J, Dalle, G, Darnaedi, D, Driver, A, Erpul, G, Escobar-Eyzaguirre, P, Failler, P, Fouda, AMM, Fu, B, Gundimeda, H, Hashimoto, S, Homer, F, Lavorel, S, Lichtenstein, G, Mala, WA, Mandivenyi, W, Matczak, P, Mbizvo, C, Mehrdadi, M, Metzger, JP, Mikissa, JB, Moller, H, Mooney, HA, Mumby, P, Nagendra, H, Nesshover, C, Oteng-Yeboah, AA, Pataki, G, Roué, M, Rubis, J, Schultz, M, Smith, P, Sumaila, R, Takeuchi, K, Thomas, S, Verma, M, Yeo-Chang, Y and Zlatanova, D (2015). The IPBES Conceptual Framework – connecting nature and people. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14: 1-16.
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Odor tracking in sharks is reduced under future ocean acidification conditions.

Dixson, DL, Jennings, AR, Atema, J and Munday, PL (2015). Odor tracking in sharks is reduced under future ocean acidification conditions. Global Change Biology 21(4): 1454-1462.
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Transgenerational plasticity mitigates the impact of global warming to offspring sex ratios.

Donelson, JM and Munday, PL (2015). Transgenerational plasticity mitigates the impact of global warming to offspring sex ratios. Global Change Biology 21(8): 2954-2962.
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Linking demographic processes of juvenile corals to benthic recovery trajectories in two common reef habitats.

Doropoulos, C, Ward, S, Roff, G, González-Rivero, M and Mumby, PJ (2015). Linking demographic processes of juvenile corals to benthic recovery trajectories in two common reef habitats. PLoS ONE 10(5).
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Reconsidering ocean calamities.

Duarte, CM, Fulweiler, RW, Lovelock, CE, Martinetto, P, Saunders, MI, Pandolfi, JM, Gelcich, S and Nixon, SW (2015). Reconsidering ocean calamities. BioScience 65(2): 130-139.
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Fish mucus versus parasitic gnathiid isopods as sources of energy and sunscreens for a cleaner fish.

Eckes, M, Dove, S, Siebeck, UE and Grutter, AS (2015). Fish mucus versus parasitic gnathiid isopods as sources of energy and sunscreens for a cleaner fish. Coral Reefs.
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Vulnerability and adaptation of US shellfisheries to ocean acidification.

Ekstrom, JA, Suatoni, L, Cooley, SR, Pendleton, LH, Waldbusser, GG, Cinner, JE, Ritter, J, Langdon, C, Van Hooidonk, R, Gledhill, D, Wellman, K, Beck, MW, Brander, LM, Rittschof, D, Doherty, C, Edwards, PET and Portela, R (2015). Vulnerability and adaptation of US shellfisheries to ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 5(3): 207-214.
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Expectations and outcomes of reserve network performance following re-zoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Emslie, MJ, Logan, M, Williamson, DH, Ayling, AM, MacNeil, MA, Ceccarelli, D, Cheal, AJ, Evans, RD, Johns, KA, Jonker, MJ, Miller, IR, Osborne, K, Russ, GR and Sweatman, HPA (2015). Expectations and outcomes of reserve network performance following re-zoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Current Biology 25: 983-992.
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Deepest zooxanthellate corals of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea.

Englebert, N, Bongaerts, P, Muir, P, Hay, KB and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2015). Deepest zooxanthellate corals of the Great Barrier Reef and Coral Sea. Marine Biodiversity 45: 1-2.

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Simulated maternal pre-spawning stress affects offspring’s attributes in farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar (Linnaeus, 1758).

Eriksen, MS, Poppe, TT, McCormick, M, Damsgård, B, Salte, R, Braastad, BO and Bakken, M (2015). Simulated maternal pre-spawning stress affects offspring’s attributes in farmed Atlantic salmon Salmo salar (Linnaeus, 1758). Aquaculture Research 46(6): 1480-1489.
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Understanding leadership in the environmental sciences.

Evans, LS, Hicks, CC, Cohen, PJ, Case, P, Prideaux, M and Mills, DJ (2015). Understanding leadership in the environmental sciences. Ecology and Society 20(1).
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Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America.

Fabinyi, M (In press). Producing for Chinese luxury seafood value chains: different outcomes for producers in the Philippines and North America. Marine Policy.
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Managing inequality or managing stocks? An ethnographic perspective on the governance of small-scale fisheries.

Fabinyi, M, Foale, S and Macintyre, M (2015). Managing inequality or managing stocks? An ethnographic perspective on the governance of small-scale fisheries. Fish and Fisheries 16(3): 471-485.
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The effects of background risk on behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish.

Ferrari, MC, McCormick, MI, Allan, BJM, Choi, RB, Ramasamy, RA and Chivers, DP (2015). The effects of background risk on behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish. Functional Ecology.
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Background level of risk and the survival of predator-naive prey: Can neophobia compensate for predator naivety in juvenile coral reef fishes?

Ferrari, MCO, McCormick, MI, Meekan, MG and Chivers, DP (2015). Background level of risk and the survival of predator-naive prey: Can neophobia compensate for predator naivety in juvenile coral reef fishes? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282(1799).
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Interactive effects of ocean acidification and rising sea temperatures alter predation rate and predator selectivity in reef fish communities.

Ferrari, MCO, Munday, PL, Rummer, JL, McCormick, MI, Corkill, K, Watson, SA, Allan, BJM, Meekan, MG and Chivers, DP (2015). Interactive effects of ocean acidification and rising sea temperatures alter predation rate and predator selectivity in reef fish communities. Global Change Biology 21(5): 1848-1855.
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Paleontological baselines for evaluating extinction risk in the modern oceans.

Finnegan, S, Anderson, SC, Harnik, PG, Simpson, C, Tittensor, DP, Byrnes, JE, Finkel, ZV, Lindberg, DR, Liow, LH, Lockwood, R, Lotze, HK, McClain, CR, McGuire, JL, O’Dea, A and Pandolfi, JM (2015). Paleontological baselines for evaluating extinction risk in the modern oceans. Science 348(6234): 567-570.
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Advancing sustainability through mainstreaming a social-ecological systems perspective.

Fischer, J, Gardner, TA, Bennett, EM, Balvanera, P, Biggs, R, Carpenter, S, Daw, T, Folke, C, Hill, R, Hughes, TP, Luthe, T, Maass, M, Meacham, M, Norström, AV, Peterson, G, Queiroz, C, Seppelt, R, Spierenburg, M and Tenhunen, J (2015). Advancing sustainability through mainstreaming a social-ecological systems perspective. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14: 144-149.
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Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate.

Fuentes, MMPB, Chambers, L, Chin, A, Dann, P, Dobbs, K, Marsh, H, Poloczanska, ES, Maison, K, Turner, M and Pressey, RL (In press). Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change.
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Improving in-water estimates of marine turtle abundance by adjusting aerial survey counts for perception and availability biases.

Fuentes, MMPB, Bell, I, Hagihara, R, Hamann, M, Hazel, J, Huth, A, Seminoff, JA, Sobtzick, S and Marsh, H (2015). Improving in-water estimates of marine turtle abundance by adjusting aerial survey counts for perception and availability biases. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471: 77-83.
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A decision framework for prioritizing multiple management actions for threatened marine megafauna.

Fuentes, MMPB, Blackwood, J, Jones, B, Kim, M, Leis, B, Limpus, CJ, Marsh, H, Mitchell, J, Pouzols, FM, Pressey, RL and Visconti, P (2015). A decision framework for prioritizing multiple management actions for threatened marine megafauna. Ecological Applications 25(1): 200-214.

Hierarchical behaviour, habitat use and species size differences shape evolutionary outcomes of hybridization in a coral reef fish.

Gainsford, A, van Herwerden, L and Jones, GP (2015). Hierarchical behaviour, habitat use and species size differences shape evolutionary outcomes of hybridization in a coral reef fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28(1): 205-222.
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Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios.

Gattuso, JP, Magnan, A, Billé, R, Cheung, WWL, Howes, EL, Joos, F, Allemand, D, Bopp, L, Cooley, SR, Eakin, CM, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Kelly, RP, Pörtner, HO, Rogers, AD, Baxter, JM, Laffoley, D, Osborn, D, Rankovic, A, Rochette, J, Sumaila, UR, Treyer, S and Turley, C (2015). Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios. Science 349(6243).
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Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory.

Gaylord, B, Kroeker, KJ, Sunday, JM, Anderson, KM, Barry, JP, Brown, NE, Connell, SD, Dupont, S, Fabricius, KE, Hall-Spencer, JM, Klinger, T, Milazzo, M, Munday, PL, Russell, BD, Sanford, E, Schreiber, SJ, Thiyagarajan, V, Vaughan, MLH, Widdicombe, S and Harley, CDG (2015). Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory. Ecology 96(1): 3-15.

Predicting climate-driven regime shifts versus rebound potential in coral reefs.

Graham, NAJ, Jennings, S, MacNeil, MA, Mouillot, D and Wilson, SK (2015). Predicting climate-driven regime shifts versus rebound potential in coral reefs. Nature 518: 94-97.
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Efficient and equitable design of marine protected areas in Fiji through inclusion of stakeholder-specific objectives in conservation planning.

Gurney, GG, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Álvarez-Romero, JG, Jupiter, S and Adams, VM (In Press). Efficient and equitable design of marine protected areas in Fiji through inclusion of stakeholder-specific objectives in conservation planning. Conservation Biology.
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Microplastic ingestion by scleractinian corals.

Hall, NM, Berry, KLE, Rintoul, L and Hoogenboom, MO (2015). Microplastic ingestion by scleractinian corals. Marine Biology 162(3): 725-732.
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Solomon islands largest hawksbill turtle rookery shows signs of recovery after 150 years of excessive exploitation.

Hamilton, RJ, Bird, T, Gereniu, C, Pita, J, Ramohia, PC, Walter, R, Goerlich, C and Limpus, C (2015). Solomon islands largest hawksbill turtle rookery shows signs of recovery after 150 years of excessive exploitation. PLoS ONE 10(4).
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The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes.

Harborne, AR, Talwar, B and Brooks, EJ (In press). The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.
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The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes.

Harborne, AR, Talwar, B and Brooks, EJ (2015). The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.
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Validation of the i-STAT system for the analysis of blood gases and acid–base status in juvenile sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus).

Harter, TS, Morrison, PR, Mandelman, JW, Rummer, JL, Farrell, AP, Brill, RW and Brauner, CJ (2015). Validation of the i-STAT system for the analysis of blood gases and acid–base status in juvenile sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus). Conservation Physiology 3(1).
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The organizer in evolution-gastrulation and organizer gene expression highlight the importance of Brachyury during development of the coral, Acropora millepora.

Hayward, DC, Grasso, LC, Saint, R, Miller, DJ and Ball, EE (2015). The organizer in evolution-gastrulation and organizer gene expression highlight the importance of Brachyury during development of the coral, Acropora millepora. Developmental Biology 399(2): 337-347.
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High prevalence of obligate coral-dwelling decapods on dead corals in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean.

Head, CEI, Bonsall, MB, Koldewey, H, Pratchett, MS, Speight, M and Rogers, AD (2015). High prevalence of obligate coral-dwelling decapods on dead corals in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. Coral Reefs.
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A climate-informed, ecosystem approach to fisheries management.

Heenan, A, Pomeroy, R, Bell, J, Munday, PL, Cheung, W, Logan, C, Brainard, R, Yang Amri, A, Aliño, P, Armada, N, David, L, Rivera-Guieb, R, Green, S, Jompa, J, Leonardo, T, Mamauag, S, Parker, B, Shackeroff, J and Yasin, Z (2015). A climate-informed, ecosystem approach to fisheries management. Marine Policy 57: 182-192.
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Assessing baseline levels of coral health in a newly established marine protected area in a global scuba diving hotspot.

Hein, MY, Lamb, JB, Scott, C and Willis, BL (2015). Assessing baseline levels of coral health in a newly established marine protected area in a global scuba diving hotspot. Marine Environmental Research 103: 56-65.
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Foraging behaviour of the epaulette shark Hemiscyllium ocellatum is not affected by elevated CO2.

Heinrich, DDU, Watson, S-A, Rummer, JL, Brandl, SJ, Simpfendorfer, CA, Heupel, MR and Munday, PL (2015). Foraging behaviour of the epaulette shark Hemiscyllium ocellatum is not affected by elevated CO2. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 73(3): 633.
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Coral health on reefs near mining sites in New Caledonia.

Heintz, T, Haapkylä, J and Gilbert, A (2015). Coral health on reefs near mining sites in New Caledonia. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 115(2): 165-173.
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Biological mechanisms supporting adaptation to ocean acidification in coastal ecosystems.

Hendriks, IE, Duarte, CM, Olsen, YS, Steckbauer, A, Ramajo, L, Moore, TS, Trotter, JA and McCulloch, M (2015). Biological mechanisms supporting adaptation to ocean acidification in coastal ecosystems. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 152: A1-A8.
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Exposure of clownfish larvae to suspended sediment levels found on the Great Barrier Reef: Impacts on gill structure and microbiome.

Hess, S, Wenger, AS, Ainsworth, TD and Rummer, JL (2015). Exposure of clownfish larvae to suspended sediment levels found on the Great Barrier Reef: Impacts on gill structure and microbiome. Scientific Reports 5.
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Forty-three years of ramsar and urban wetlands.

Hettiarachchi, M, Morrison, TH and McAlpine, C (2015). Forty-three years of ramsar and urban wetlands. Global Environmental Change 32: 57-66.
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Forty-three years of Ramsar and urban wetlands.

Hettiarachchi, M, Morisson, TH, McAlpine, C (2015). Forty-three years of Ramsar and urban wetlands. Global Environmental Change 32: 57-66.
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Linking ecosystem services and human-values theory.

Hicks, CC, Cinner, JE, Stoeckl, N and McClanahan, TR (2015). Linking ecosystem services and human-values theory. Conservation Biology.
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Quantifying the reliability of dispersal paths in connectivity networks.

Hock, K and Mumby, PJ (2015). Quantifying the reliability of dispersal paths in connectivity networks. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 12: 20150013.
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On the relationship between species age and geographical range in reef fishes: Are widespread species older than they seem?

Hodge, J and Bellwood, DR (2015). On the relationship between species age and geographical range in reef fishes: Are widespread species older than they seem? Global Ecology and Biogeography 24(4): 495-505.
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Reef fishes in biodiversity hotspots are at greatest risk from loss of coral species.

Holbrook, SJ, Schmitt, RJ, Messmer, V, Brooks, AJ, Srinivasan, M, Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2015). Reef fishes in biodiversity hotspots are at greatest risk from loss of coral species. PLoS ONE 10(5).
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Cleaning and pre-treatment procedures for biogenic and synthetic calcium carbonate powders for determination of elemental and boron isotopic compositions.

Holcomb, M, DeCarlo, TM, Schoepf, V, Dissard, D, Tanaka, K and McCulloch, M (2015). Cleaning and pre-treatment procedures for biogenic and synthetic calcium carbonate powders for determination of elemental and boron isotopic compositions. Chemical Geology 398: 11-21.
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Securing the future of the Great Barrier Reef.

Hughes, TP, Day, JC and Brodie, J (In press). Securing the future of the Great Barrier Reef. Nature Climate Change.
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Depth and reef profile: effects on the distribution and abundance of coral reef fishes.

Jankowski, MW, Gardiner, NR and Jones, GP (2015). Depth and reef profile: effects on the distribution and abundance of coral reef fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98: 1373-1386.
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Local fishing influences coral reef fish behavior inside protected areas of the Indo-Pacific.

Januchowski-Hartley, FA, Graham, NAJ, Cinner, JE and Russ, GR (2015). Local fishing influences coral reef fish behavior inside protected areas of the Indo-Pacific. Biological Conservation 182: 8-12.
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Termite mounds mitigate against 50 years of herbivore-induced reduction of functional diversity of savanna woody plants.

Joseph, GS, Makumbe, M, Seymour, CL, Cumming, GS, Mahlangu, Z and Cumming, DHM (2015). Termite mounds mitigate against 50 years of herbivore-induced reduction of functional diversity of savanna woody plants. Landscape Ecology.
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Widespread prevalence of cryptic Symbiodinium D in the key Caribbean reef builder, Orbicella annularis.

Kennedy, EV, Foster, NL, Mumby, PJ and Stevens, JR (In press). Widespread prevalence of cryptic Symbiodinium D in the key Caribbean reef builder, Orbicella annularis. Coral Reefs.
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The functional role of tabular structures for large reef fishes: avoiding predators or solar irradiance?

Kerry, JT and Bellwood, DR (In press). The functional role of tabular structures for large reef fishes: avoiding predators or solar irradiance? Coral Reefs.
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Do tabular corals constitute keystone structures for fishes on coral reefs?

Kerry, JT and Bellwood, DR (2015). Do tabular corals constitute keystone structures for fishes on coral reefs? Coral Reefs 34(1): 41-50.
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Six month in situ high-resolution carbonate chemistry and temperature study on a coral reef flat reveals asynchronous pH and temperature anomalies.

Kline, DI, Teneva, L, Hauri, C, Schneider, K, Miard, T, Chai, A, Marker, M, Dunbar, R, Caldeira, K, Lazar, B, Rivlin, T, Mitchell, BG, Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2015). Six month in situ high-resolution carbonate chemistry and temperature study on a coral reef flat reveals asynchronous pH and temperature anomalies. PLoS ONE 10(6).
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Transcriptomic characterization of the enzymatic antioxidants FeSOD, MnSOD, APX and KatG in the dinoflagellate genus Symbiodinium.

Krueger, T, Fisher, PL, Becker, S, Pontasch, S, Dove, S, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Leggat, W and Davy, SK (2015). Transcriptomic characterization of the enzymatic antioxidants FeSOD, MnSOD, APX and KatG in the dinoflagellate genus Symbiodinium. BMC Evolutionary Biology: 1-20.
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Hidden ecosystem function of rabbitfishes? Siganus fuscescens feeds on the soft coral, Sarcophyton sp.

Kuo, FW, Kuo, CY, Fan, TY, Liu, MC and Chen, CA (2015). Hidden ecosystem function of rabbitfishes? Siganus fuscescens feeds on the soft coral, Sarcophyton sp. Coral Reefs 34(1): 57.
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Porites white patch syndrome: associated viruses and disease physiology.

Lawrence, SA, Davy, JE, Wilson, WH, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Davy, SK (2015). Porites white patch syndrome: associated viruses and disease physiology. Coral Reefs 34(1): 249-257.
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Pelagic larval duration and settlement size of a reef fish are spatially consistent, but post-settlement growth varies at the reef scale.

Leahy, SM, Russ, GR and Abesamis, RA (2015). Pelagic larval duration and settlement size of a reef fish are spatially consistent, but post-settlement growth varies at the reef scale. Coral Reefs.
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Organic carbon fluxes mediated by corals at elevated pCO2 and temperature.

Levas, S, Grottoli, AG, Warner, ME, Cai, WJ, Bauer, J, Schoepf, V, Baumann, JH, Matsui, Y, Gearing, C, Melman, TF, Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Hu, X, Li, Q, Xu, H and Wang, Y (2015). Organic carbon fluxes mediated by corals at elevated pCO2 and temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series 519: 153-164.
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RNA and DNA binding of inert oligonuclear ruthenium(ii) complexes in live eukaryotic cells.

Li, X, Gorle, AK, Ainsworth, TD, Heimann, K, Woodward, CE, Grant Collins, J and Richard Keene, F (2015). RNA and DNA binding of inert oligonuclear ruthenium(ii) complexes in live eukaryotic cells. Dalton Transactions 44(8): 3594-3603.
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Latitude-wide genetic patterns reveal historical effects and contrasting patterns of turnover and nestedness at the range peripheries of a tropical marine fish.

Liggins, L, Booth, DJ, Figueira, WF, Treml, EA, Tonk, L, Ridgway, T, Harris, DA and Riginos, C (2015). Latitude-wide genetic patterns reveal historical effects and contrasting patterns of turnover and nestedness at the range peripheries of a tropical marine fish. Ecography.
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Among-habitat algal selectivity by browsing herbivores on an inshore coral reef.

Loffler, Z, Bellwood, DR and Hoey, AS (In press). Among-habitat algal selectivity by browsing herbivores on an inshore coral reef. Coral Reefs.
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Associations among coral reef macroalgae influence feeding by herbivorous fishes.

Loffler, Z, Bellwood, DR and Hoey, AS (2015). Associations among coral reef macroalgae influence feeding by herbivorous fishes. Coral Reefs 34(1): 51-55.
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Seagrass metabolism across a productivity gradient using the eddy covariance, Eulerian control volume, and biomass addition techniques.

Long, MH, Berg, P and Falter, JL (2015). Seagrass metabolism across a productivity gradient using the eddy covariance, Eulerian control volume, and biomass addition techniques. Journal of Geophysical Research C: Oceans.
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Recovery potential of the world’s coral reef fishes.

MacNeil, MA, Graham, NAJ, Cinner, JE, Wilson, SK, Williams, ID, Maina, J, Newman, S, Friedlander, AM, Jupiter, S, Polunin, NVC and McClanahan, TR (2015). Recovery potential of the world’s coral reef fishes. Nature 520(7547): 341-344.
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Very high coral cover at 36°S on the east coast of Australia.

Madin, JS, Kuo, CY, Martinelli, JC, Mizerek, T and Baird, AH (2015). Very high coral cover at 36°S on the east coast of Australia. Coral Reefs 34(1): 327.
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Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea.

Maina, J, Kithiia, J, Cinner, J, Neale, E, Noble, S, Charles, D and Watson, JEM (2015). Integrating social–ecological vulnerability assessments with climate forecasts to improve local climate adaptation planning for coral reef fisheries in Papua New Guinea. Regional Environmental Change.
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Standard flow cytometry as a rapid and non-destructive proxy for cell nitrogen quota.

Malerba, ME, Connolly, SR and Heimann, K (2015). Standard flow cytometry as a rapid and non-destructive proxy for cell nitrogen quota. Journal of Applied Phycology.
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Effective protection of fish on inshore coral reefs depends on the scale of mangrove – Reef connectivity.

Martin, TSH, Olds, AD, Pitt, KA, Johnston, AB, Butler, IR, Maxwell, PS and Connolly, RM (2015). Effective protection of fish on inshore coral reefs depends on the scale of mangrove – Reef connectivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 527: 157-165.
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Managing fisheries for human and food security.

McClanahan, T, Allison, EH and Cinner, JE (2015). Managing fisheries for human and food security. Fish and Fisheries 16(1): 78-103.
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Biomass-based targets and the management of multispecies coral reef fisheries.

McClanahan, TR, Graham, NAJ, Macneil, MA and Cinner, JE (2015). Biomass-based targets and the management of multispecies coral reef fisheries. Conservation Biology 29(2): 409-417.
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Latitudinal variation in larval development of coral reef fishes: implications of a warming ocean.

McLeod, IM, McCormick, MI, Munday, PL, Clark, TD, Wenger, AS, Brooker, RM, Takahashi, M and Jones, GP (2015). Latitudinal variation in larval development of coral reef fishes: implications of a warming ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 521: 129-141.
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Temperature is the evil twin: Effects of increased temperature and ocean acidification on reproduction in a reef fish.

Miller, GM, Kroon, FJ, Metcalfe, S and Munday, PL (2015). Temperature is the evil twin: Effects of increased temperature and ocean acidification on reproduction in a reef fish. Ecological Applications 25(3): 603-620.
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Real-world progress in overcoming the challenges of adaptive spatial planning in marine protected areas.

Mills, M, Weeks, R, Pressey, RL, Gleason, MG, Eisma-Osorio, RL, Lombard, AT, Harris, JM, Killmer, AB, White, A and Morrison, TH (2015). Real-world progress in overcoming the challenges of adaptive spatial planning in marine protected areas. Biological Conservation 181: 54-63.
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Rapid acclimation of juvenile corals to CO2-mediated acidification by upregulation of heat shock protein and Bcl-2 genes.

Moya, A, Huisman, L, Forêt, S, Gattuso, JP, Hayward, DC, Ball, EE and Miller, DJ (2015). Rapid acclimation of juvenile corals to CO2-mediated acidification by upregulation of heat shock protein and Bcl-2 genes. Molecular Ecology 24(2): 438-452.

Diverse staghorn coral fauna on the mesophotic reefs of north-east Australia.

Muir, P, Wallace, C, Bridge, TCL and Bongaerts, P (2015). Diverse staghorn coral fauna on the mesophotic reefs of north-east Australia. PLoS ONE 10(2): e011793.
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Survival of the fittest.

Munday, PL (2015). Survival of the fittest. Nature Climate Change 5(2): 102-103.
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Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages indicate long-term marginality of reef habitats from Moreton Bay, Australia.

Narayan, YR, Lybolt, M, Zhao, JX, Feng, Y and Pandolfi, JM (2015). Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages indicate long-term marginality of reef habitats from Moreton Bay, Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 420: 49-64.
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Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilience.

Nash, KL, Graham, NAJ, Jennings, S, Wilson, SK and Bellwood, DR (In Press). Herbivore cross-scale redundancy supports response diversity and promotes coral reef resilience. Journal of Applied Ecology.
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Strengthening confidence in climate change impact science.

O’Connor, MI, Holding, JM, Kappel, CV, Duarte, CM, Brander, K, Brown, CJ, Bruno, JF, Buckley, L, Burrows, MT, Halpern, BS, Kiessling, W, Moore, P, Pandolfi, JM, Parmesan, C, Poloczanska, ES, Schoeman, DS, Sydeman, WJ and Richardson, AJ (2015). Strengthening confidence in climate change impact science. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24(1): 64-76.
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Protection of functionally important parrotfishes increases their biomass but fails to deliver enhanced recruitment.

O’Farrell, S, Harborne, AR, Bozec, YM, Luckhurst, BE and Mumby, PJ (2015). Protection of functionally important parrotfishes increases their biomass but fails to deliver enhanced recruitment. Marine Ecology Progress Series 522: 245-254.
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Marine extinction risk shaped by trait-environment interactions over 500 million years.

Orzechowski, EA, Lockwood, R, Byrnes, JEK, Anderson, SC, Finnegan, S, Finkel, ZV, Harnik, PG, Lindberg, DR, Liow, LH, Lotze, HK, McClain, CR, McGuire, JL, O’Dea, A, Pandolfi, JM, Simpson, C and Tittensor, DP (2015). Marine extinction risk shaped by trait-environment interactions over 500 million years. Global Change Biology.
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Ecology: deep and complex ways to survive bleaching.

Pandolfi, JM (2015). Ecology: deep and complex ways to survive bleaching. Nature 518(7537): 43-44.
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Habitat-specific environmental conditions primarily control the microbiomes of the coral Seriatopora hystrix.

Pantos, O, Bongaerts, P, Dennis, PG, Tyson, GW and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (In press). Habitat-specific environmental conditions primarily control the microbiomes of the coral Seriatopora hystrix. ISME Journal.
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Regional-scale dominance of non-framework building corals on Caribbean reefs affects carbonate production and future reef growth.

Perry, CT, Steneck, RS, Murphy, GN, Kench, PS, Edinger, EN, Smithers, SG and Mumby, PJ (2015). Regional-scale dominance of non-framework building corals on Caribbean reefs affects carbonate production and future reef growth. Global Change Biology 21(3): 1153-1164.
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Efficacy of manual and video-based visual assessments of reef fish swimming behaviour.

Pink, JR and Fulton, CJ (2015). Fin spotting: Efficacy of manual and video-based visual assessments of reef fish swimming behaviour. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 465: 92-98.
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Visualization of coral host–pathogen interactions using a stable GFP-labeled Vibrio coralliilyticus strain.

Pollock, FJ, Krediet, CJ, Garren, M, Stocker, R, Winn, K, Wilson, B, Huete-Stauffer, C, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (In press). Visualization of coral host–pathogen interactions using a stable GFP-labeled Vibrio coralliilyticus strain. Coral Reefs.
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Spectral wave-driven sediment transport across a fringing reef.

Pomeroy, AWM, Lowe, RJ, Van Dongeren, AR, Ghisalberti, M, Bodde, W and Roelvink, D (2015). Spectral wave-driven sediment transport across a fringing reef. Coastal Engineering 98: 78-94.
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Asymmetries in body condition and order of arrival influence competitive ability and survival in a coral reef fish.

Poulos, DE and McCormick, MI (2015). Asymmetries in body condition and order of arrival influence competitive ability and survival in a coral reef fish. Oecologia.
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Indirect benefits of high coral cover for non-corallivorous butterflyfishes.

Pratchett, MS, Blowes, SA, Coker, D, Kubacki, E, Nowicki, J and Hoey, AS (In press). Indirect benefits of high coral cover for non-corallivorous butterflyfishes. Coral Reefs.
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Ocean acidification induces biochemical and morphological changes in the calcification process of large benthic foraminifera.

Prazeres, M, Uthicke, S and Pandolfi, JM (2015). Ocean acidification induces biochemical and morphological changes in the calcification process of large benthic foraminifera. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282: 20142782.
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The role of waterbirds in the dispersal of aquatic alien and invasive species.

Reynolds, C, Miranda, NAF and Cumming, GS (2015). The role of waterbirds in the dispersal of aquatic alien and invasive species. Diversity and Distributions 21(7): 744-754.
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Benthic community composition on submerged reefs in the central Great Barrier Reef.

Roberts, TE, Moloney, JM, Sweatman, HPA and Bridge, TCL (In press). Benthic community composition on submerged reefs in the central Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs.
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Fish and fisher behaviour influence the vulnerability of groupers (Epinephelidae) to fishing at a multispecies spawning aggregation site.

Robinson, J, Graham, NAJ, Cinner, JE, Almany, GR and Waldie, P (In press). Fish and fisher behaviour influence the vulnerability of groupers (Epinephelidae) to fishing at a multispecies spawning aggregation site. Coral Reefs.
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Localized outbreaks of Acanthaster planci at an isolated and unpopulated reef atoll in the Chagos Archipelago.

Roche, RC, Pratchett, MS, Carr, P, Turner, JR, Wagner, D, Head, C and Sheppard, CRC (2015). Localized outbreaks of Acanthaster planci at an isolated and unpopulated reef atoll in the Chagos Archipelago. Marine Biology.
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Phase shift facilitation following cyclone disturbance on coral reefs.

Roff, G, Doropoulos, C, Zupan, M, Rogers, A, Steneck, RS, Golbuu, Y and Mumby, PJ (In press). Phase shift facilitation following cyclone disturbance on coral reefs. Oecologia.
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Anticipative management for coral reef ecosystem services in the 21st century.

Rogers, A, Harborne, AR, Brown, CJ, Bozec, YM, Castro, C, Chollett, I, Hock, K, Knowland, CA, Marshell, A, Ortiz, JC, Razak, T, Roff, G, Samper-Villarreal, J, Saunders, MI, Wolff, NH and Mumby, PJ (2015). Anticipative management for coral reef ecosystem services in the 21st century. Global Change Biology 21(2): 504-514.
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Unfolding the secrets of coral-Algal symbiosis.

Rosic, N, Ling, EYS, Chan, CKK, Lee, HC, Kaniewska, P, Edwards, D, Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2015). Unfolding the secrets of coral-Algal symbiosis. ISME Journal 9: 844-856.
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Perennial growth of hermatypic corals at Rottnest Island, Western Australia (32°S).

Ross, CL, Falter, JL, Schoepf, V and McCulloch, MT (2015). Perennial growth of hermatypic corals at Rottnest Island, Western Australia (32°S). PeerJ 3: e781.
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Decadal-scale effects of benthic habitat and marine reserve protection on Philippine goatfish (F: Mullidae).

Russ, GR, Bergseth, BJ, Rizzari, JR and Alcala, AC (2015). Decadal-scale effects of benthic habitat and marine reserve protection on Philippine goatfish (F: Mullidae). Coral Reefs.
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Long-term no-take marine reserve and benthic habitat effects on coral reef fishes.

Russ, GR, Miller, KI, Rizzari, JR and Alcala, AC (2015). Long-term no-take marine reserve and benthic habitat effects on coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 529: 233-248.
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Evolutionary analyses of caspase-8 and its paralogs: Deep origins of the apoptotic signaling pathways.

Sakamaki, K, Imai, K, Tomii, K and Miller, DJ (2015). Evolutionary analyses of caspase-8 and its paralogs: Deep origins of the apoptotic signaling pathways. BioEssays 37(7): 767-776.
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Spatial and temporal variability of seagrass at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef.

Saunders, MI, Bayraktarov, E, Roelfsema, CM, Leon, JX, Samper-Villarreal, J, Phinn, SR, Lovelock, CE and Mumby, PJ (2015). Spatial and temporal variability of seagrass at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Botanica Marina 58(1): 35-49.
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Creating a safe operating space for iconic ecosystems: Manage local stressors to promote resilience to global change.

Scheffer, M, Barrett, S, Carpenter, SR, Folke, C, Green, AJ, Holmgren, M, Hughes, TP, Kosten, S, Van De Leemput, IA, Nepstad, DC, Van Nes, EH, Peeters, ETHM and Walker, B (2015). Creating a safe operating space for iconic ecosystems: Manage local stressors to promote resilience to global change. Science 347(6228): 1317-1319.
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Crustose coralline algal growth, calcification and mortality following a marine heatwave in Western Australia.

Short, J, Foster, T, Falter, J, Kendrick, GA and McCulloch, MT (2015). Crustose coralline algal growth, calcification and mortality following a marine heatwave in Western Australia. Continental Shelf Research 106: 38-44.
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Feeding characteristics reveal functional distinctions among browsing herbivorous fishes on coral reefs.

Streit, RP, Hoey, AS and Bellwood, DR (2015). Feeding characteristics reveal functional distinctions among browsing herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. Coral Reefs.
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Morphological plasticity of the coral skeleton under CO2-driven seawater acidification.

Tambutté, E, Venn, AA, Holcomb, M, Segonds, N, Techer, N, Zoccola, D, Allemand, D and Tambutté, S (2015). Morphological plasticity of the coral skeleton under CO2-driven seawater acidification. Nature Communications 6.
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Response of Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification: constraints from δ11B, Sr, Mg, and Ba compositions of aragonitic skeletons cultured under variable seawater pH.

Tanaka, K, Holcomb, M, Takahashi, A, Kurihara, H, Asami, R, Shinjo, R, Sowa, K, Rankenburg, K, Watanabe, T and McCulloch, M (2015). Response of Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification: constraints from δ11B, Sr, Mg, and Ba compositions of aragonitic skeletons cultured under variable seawater pH. Coral Reefs.
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Hierarchical and scale-dependent effects of fishing pressure and environment on the structure and size distribution of parrotfish communities.

Taylor, BM, Lindfield, SJ and Choat, JH (2015). Hierarchical and scale-dependent effects of fishing pressure and environment on the structure and size distribution of parrotfish communities. Ecography 38(5): 520-530.
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Predicting aqueous copper and zinc accumulation in the upside-down jellyfish Cassiopea maremetens through the use of biokinetic models.

Templeman, MA and Kingsford, MJ (2015). Predicting aqueous copper and zinc accumulation in the upside-down jellyfish Cassiopea maremetens through the use of biokinetic models. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(7).
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Delineating optimal settlement areas of juvenile reef fish in Ngederrak Reef, Koror state, Republic of Palau.

Ticzon, VS, Foster, G, David, LT, Mumby, PJ, Samaniego, BR and Madrid, VR (2015). Delineating optimal settlement areas of juvenile reef fish in Ngederrak Reef, Koror state, Republic of Palau. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(1): 4089.
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Elevated seawater temperatures have a limited impact on the coral immune response following physical damage.

Van de Water, JAJM, Leggat, W, Bourne, DG, van Oppen, MJH, Willis, BL and Ainsworth, TD (In press). Elevated seawater temperatures have a limited impact on the coral immune response following physical damage. Hydrobiologia.
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The coral immune response facilitates protection against microbes during tissue regeneration.

Van De Water, JAJM, Ainsworth, TD, Leggat, W, Bourne, DG, Willis, BL and Van Oppen, MJH (2015). The coral immune response facilitates protection against microbes during tissue regeneration. Molecular Ecology 24(13): 3390-3404.
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A population genetic assessment of coral recovery on highly disturbed reefs of the Keppel Island archipelago in the southern Great Barrier Reef.

van Oppen, MJH, Lukoschek, V, Berkelmans, R, Peplow, LM and Jones, AM (2015). A population genetic assessment of coral recovery on highly disturbed reefs of the Keppel Island archipelago in the southern Great Barrier Reef. PeerJ 2015(7).

Building coral reef resilience through assisted evolution.

van Oppen, MJH, Oliver, JK, Putnam, HM and Gates, RD (2015). Building coral reef resilience through assisted evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(8): 2307-2313.
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Molecular processes of transgenerational acclimation to a warming ocean.

Veilleux, HDRyu, TDonelson, JMVan Herwerden, LSeridi, LGhosheh, YBerumen, MLLeggat, WRavasi, TMunday, PL (2015). Molecular processes of transgenerational acclimation to a warming ocean. Nature Climate Change, 5. pp. 1074-1078

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Projecting global biodiversity indicators under future development scenarios.

Visconti, P, Bakkenes, M, Baisero, D, Brooks, T, Butchart, SHM, Joppa, L, Alkemade, R, Di Marco, M, Santini, L, Hoffmann, M, Maiorano, L, Pressey, RL, Arponen, A, Boitani, L, Reside, AE, van Vuuren, DP and Rondinini, C (In press). Projecting global biodiversity indicators under future development scenarios. Conservation Letters.
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Unexpected cryptic species diversity in the widespread coral Seriatopora hystrix masks spatial-genetic patterns of connectivity.

Warner, PA, Van Oppen, MJH and Willis, BL (2015). Unexpected cryptic species diversity in the widespread coral Seriatopora hystrix masks spatial-genetic patterns of connectivity. Molecular Ecology 24(12): 2993-3008.
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Clustered parrotfish feeding scars trigger partial coral mortality of massive Porites colonies on the inshore Great Barrier Reef.

Welsh, JQ, Bonaldo, RM and Bellwood, DR (2015). Clustered parrotfish feeding scars trigger partial coral mortality of massive Porites colonies on the inshore Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 34(1): 81-86.
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Proteomics links the redox state to calcium signaling during bleaching of the scleractinian coral acropora microphthalma on exposure to high solar irradiance and thermal stress.

Weston, AJ, Dunlap, WC, Beltran, VH, Starcevic, A, Hranueli, D, Ward, M and Long, PF (2015). Proteomics links the redox state to calcium signaling during bleaching of the scleractinian coral acropora microphthalma on exposure to high solar irradiance and thermal stress. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics 14(3): 585-595.
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Larval settlement: The role of surface topography for sessile coral reef invertebrates

Whalan, S, Abdul Wahab, MA, Sprungala, S, Poole, AJ and De Nys, R (2015). Larval settlement: The role of surface topography for sessile coral reef invertebrates. PLoS ONE 10(2).
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Individual consistency in the behaviors of newly-settled reef fish.

White, JR, Meekan, MG and McCormick, MI (2015). Individual consistency in the behaviors of newly-settled reef fish. PeerJ 2015(5).
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Hierarchical spatial patterns in Caribbean reef benthic assemblages.

Williams, SM, Chollett, I, Roff, G, Cortés, J, Dryden, CS and Mumby, PJ (In press). Hierarchical spatial patterns in Caribbean reef benthic assemblages. Journal of Biogeography.
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Effectiveness of recreational divers for monitoring sea turtle populations.

Williams, JL, Pierce, SJ, Fuentes, MMPB and Hamann, M (2015). Effectiveness of recreational divers for monitoring sea turtle populations. Endangered Species Research 26(3): 209-219.
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Symbiodinium identity alters the temperature-dependent settlement behaviour of Acropora millepora coral larvae before the onset of symbiosis.

Winkler, NS, Pandolfi, JM and Sampayo, EM (2015). Symbiodinium identity alters the temperature-dependent settlement behaviour of Acropora millepora coral larvae before the onset of symbiosis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282: 20142260.
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Latitudinal variation in thermal tolerance thresholds of early life stages of corals.

Woolsey, ES, Keith, SA, Byrne, M, Schmidt-Roach, S and Baird, AH (2015 – In Press). Latitudinal variation in thermal tolerance thresholds of early life stages of corals. Coral Reefs.
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Observations of the shelf circulation dynamics along Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia during the austral spring and summer.

Xu, J, Lowe, RJ, Ivey, GN, Jones, NL and Brinkman, R (2015). Observations of the shelf circulation dynamics along Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia during the austral spring and summer. Continental Shelf Research 95: 54-73.
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The trophodynamics of marine top predators: Current knowledge, recent advances and challenges.

Young, JW, Hunt, BPV, Cook, TR, Llopiz, JK, Hazen, EL, Pethybridge, HR, Ceccarelli, D, Lorrain, A, Olson, RJ, Allain, V, Menkes, C, Patterson, T, Nicol, S, Lehodey, P, Kloser, RJ, Arrizabalaga, H and Anela Choy, C (2015). The trophodynamics of marine top predators: Current knowledge, recent advances and challenges. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 113: 170-187.
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Dynamic catch trends in the history of recreational spearfishing in Australia.

Young, MAL, Foale, S and Bellwood, DR (2015). Dynamic catch trends in the history of recreational spearfishing in Australia. Conservation Biology 29(3): 784-794.
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BOOK CHAPTERS

The evolution of fishes on coral reefs: fossils, phylogenies and functions.

Bellwood, DR, Goatley, CHR, Cowman, PF and Bellwood, O (In press). The evolution of fishes on coral reefs: fossils, phylogenies and functions. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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A genetic algorithm solver for pest management control in island systems.

Brotankova, J, Randall, M, Lewis, A, Pressey, B and Wenger, A (2015). A genetic algorithm solver for pest management control in island systems. In: Chalup, SK, Blair, AD and Randall, M. (eds). Artificial Life and Computational Intelligence, Springer International Publishing, 273-285 pp.
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Linkages between social systems and coral reefs.

Cinner, J and Kittinger, JN (In press). Linkages between social systems and coral reefs. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Terrestrial protected areas of Australia.

Craigie, DI, Grech, A, Pressey, RL, Adams, VM, Hockings, M, Taylor, M and Barnes, M (In Press). Terrestrial protected areas of Australia. In: Stow, A, Maclean, N and Holwell, G. (eds). Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 560-581 pp.
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Strategically using social media in “Success Strategies From Women in STEM”

Darling, ES and Rummer, JL (2015). Strategically using social media In: Pritchard, PA and Grant, C. (eds). Success Strategies From Women in STEM: A Portable Mentor Elsevier Science, 255-296 pp. Link to full text or pdf

Marine protected area management.

Day, JC, Laffoley, D and Zischka, K (2015). Marine protected area management. In: Worboys, GL, Lockwood, M, Kothari, A, Feary, S and Pulsford, I. (eds). Protected Area Governance and Management, ANU Press, Canberra, 609-650 pp.

Phase shifts and coral reef fishes.

Graham, N (In press). Phase shifts and coral reef fishes. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Australian marine protected areas.

Grech, A, Edgar, GJ, Fairweather, P, Pressey, RL and Ward, TJ (In press). Australian marine protected areas. In: Stow, A, Maclean, N and Holwell, G. (eds). Austral Ark: The State of Wildlife in Australia and New Zealand, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 582-599 pp.

Development and initial biogeochemical applications of compound-specific sulfur isotope analysis.

Greenwood, P, Amrani, A, Sessions, A, Raven, M, Holman, A, Dror, G, Grice, K, McCulloch, MT and Adkins, JF (2015). Development and initial biogeochemical applications of compound-specific sulfur isotope analysis. In: Grice, K. Editor. Principles and practice of analytical techniques in Geosciences, 285-312 pp.
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Mission impossible: unlocking the secrets of coral reef fish dispersal.

Jones, GP (In press). Mission impossible: unlocking the secrets of coral reef fish dispersal. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Patterns and processes in reef fish body size.

Kulbicki, M, Parravicini, V and Mouillot, D (In press). Patterns and processes in reef fish body size. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Multi-scale patterns and processes in reef fish abundance.

MacNeil, MA and Connolly, SR (In press). Multi-scale patterns and processes in reef fish abundance. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Effects of climate change on coral reef fishes.

Pratchett, MS, Wilson, SK and Munday, PL (In press). Effects of climate change on coral reef fishes. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Networking. in “Success Strategies From Women in STEM”

Rummer, JL (2015). Networking. In: Pritchard, PA and Grant, C. (eds). Success Strategies From Women in STEM: A Portable Mentor, Elsevier Science, 23-60 pp.
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Communication Science in Success Strategies From Women in STEM

Rummer, JL and Isom, L (2015). Communicating science. In: Pritchard, PA and Grant, C. (eds). Success Strategies From Women in STEM: A Portable Mentor, Elsevier Science, 201-253 pp.
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Effects of sedimentation, eutrophication and chemical pollution on coral reef fishes.

Wenger, AS, Fabricius, KE, Jones, GP and Brodie, JE (In press). Effects of sedimentation, eutrophication and chemical pollution on coral reef fishes. In: Mora, C. Editor. Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs, Cambridge University Press, USA.
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Poverty alleviation strategies in eastern China lead to critical ecological dynamics.

Zhang, K, Dearing, JA, Dawson, TP, Dong, X, Yang, X and Zhang, W (2015). Poverty alleviation strategies in eastern China lead to critical ecological dynamics. Science of the Total Environment 506-507: 164-181.
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Bicarbonate transporters in corals point towards a key step in the evolution of cnidarian calcification.

Zoccola, D, Ganot, P, Bertucci, A, Caminiti-Segonds, N, Techer, N, Voolstra, CR, Aranda, M, Tambutté, E, Allemand, D, Casey, JR and Tambutté, S (2015). Bicarbonate transporters in corals point towards a key step in the evolution of cnidarian calcification. Scientific Reports 5.
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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Too turbid for nemo: Suspended sediment impacts gills and favours pathogenic bacteria in clownfish larvae.

Hess, S., Wenger, A., Ainsworth, A., Rummer, J.L. (2015) Too turbid for nemo: Suspended sediment impacts gills and favours pathogenic bacteria in clownfish larvae. 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Link to full text or pdf

Effects of ocean acidification on metabolic performance in coral reef fishes.

Rummer, J.L., Morash, A.J., Miller, G., Iftikar, F.I., Hickey, A., Wilson, J., Munday, P.L. (2015) Effects of ocean acidification on metabolic performance in coral reef fishes. 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Link to full text or pdf

2014 Scientific Publications [313]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

The intrinsic vulnerability to fishing of coral reef fishes and their differential recovery in fishery closures.

Abesamis, RA, Green, AL, Russ, GR and Jadloc, CRL (2014). The intrinsic vulnerability to fishing of coral reef fishes and their differential recovery in fishery closures. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24(4): 1033-1063.
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Uncertainties around the implementation of a clearing-control policy in a unique catchment in northern Australia: exploring equity issues and balancing competing objectives.

Adams, VM and Pressey, RL (2014). Uncertainties around the implementation of a clearing-control policy in a unique catchment in northern Australia: exploring equity issues and balancing competing objectives. PLoS ONE 9(5): e96479.
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Estimating landholders’ probability of participating in a stewardship program, and the implications for spatial conservation priorities.

Adams, VM, Pressey, RL and Stoeckl, N (2014). Estimating landholders’ probability of participating in a stewardship program, and the implications for spatial conservation priorities. PLoS ONE 9(6): e97941.
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Navigating trade-offs in land-use planning: integrating human well-being into objective setting.

Adams, VM, Pressey, RL and Stoeckl, N (2014). Navigating trade-offs in land-use planning: integrating human well-being into objective setting. Ecology and Society 19(4): 53.
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From projected species distribution to food-web structure under climate change.

Albouy, C, Velez, L, Coll, M, Colloca, F, Le Loc’h, F, Mouillot, D and Gravel, D (2014). From projected species distribution to food-web structure under climate change. Global Change Biology 20(3): 730-741.
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Parental effects improve escape performance of juvenile reef fish in a high-CO2 world.

Allan, BJM, Miller, GM, McCormick, MI, Domenici, P and Munday, PL (2014). Parental effects improve escape performance of juvenile reef fish in a high-CO2 world. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20132179.
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Consistent nutrient storage and supply mediated by diverse fish communities in coral reef ecosystems.

Allgeier, JE, Layman, CA, Mumby, PJ and Rosemond, AD (2014). Consistent nutrient storage and supply mediated by diverse fish communities in coral reef ecosystems. Global Change Biology 20(8): 2459-2472.
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Modeling catchment nutrients and sediment loads to inform regional management of water quality in coastal-marine ecosystems: a comparison of two approaches.

Álvarez-Romero, JG, Wilkinson, SN, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Kool, J and Brodie, J (2014). Modeling catchment nutrients and sediment loads to inform regional management of water quality in coastal-marine ecosystems: a comparison of two approaches. Journal of Environmental Management 146: 164-178.
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Variation in size-frequency distributions of branching corals between a tropical versus sub-tropical reef.

Anderson, KD and Pratchett, MS (2014). Variation in size-frequency distributions of branching corals between a tropical versus sub-tropical reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 502: 117-128.
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Taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships of the coral genera Australomussa and Parascolymia(Scleractinia, Lobophylliidae).

Arrigoni, R, Richards, ZT, Chen, CA, Baird, AH and Benzoni, F (2014). Taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships of the coral genera Australomussa and Parascolymia(Scleractinia, Lobophylliidae). Contributions to Zoology 83(3): 195-215.
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Importance of studying foraging site fidelity for spatial conservation measures in a mobile predator.

Augé, AA, Chilvers, BL, Moore, AB and Davis, LS (2014). Importance of studying foraging site fidelity for spatial conservation measures in a mobile predator. Animal Conservation17(1): 61-71.
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The reproductive season of scleractinian corals in Socotra, Yemen.

Baird, AH, Abrego, D, Howells, EJ and Cumbo, VR (2014). The reproductive season of scleractinian corals in Socotra, Yemen. F1000Research 3: 78.
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Impact of sea-level rise and coral mortality on the wave dynamics and wave forces on barrier reefs.

Baldock, TE, Golshani, A, Callaghan, DP, Saunders, MI and Mumby, PJ (2014). Impact of sea-level rise and coral mortality on the wave dynamics and wave forces on barrier reefs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 83(1): 155-164.
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Systematic conservation planning: a better recipe for managing the high seas for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use.

Ban, NC, Bax, NJ, Gjerde, KM, Devillers, R, Dunn, DC, Dunstan, PK, Hobday, AJ, Maxwell, SM, Kaplan, DM, Pressey, RL, Ardron, JA, Game, ET and Halpin, PN (2014). Systematic conservation planning: a better recipe for managing the high seas for biodiversity conservation and sustainable use. Conservation Letters 7(1): 41-54.
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Evidence for multiple stressor interactions and effects on coral reefs.

Ban, SS, Graham, NAJ and Connolly, SR (2014). Evidence for multiple stressor interactions and effects on coral reefs. Global Change Biology 20(3): 681-697.
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Better integration of sectoral planning and management approaches for the interlinked ecology of the open oceans.

Ban, NC, Maxwell, SM, Dunn, DC, Hobday, AJ, Bax, NJ, Ardron, J, Gjerde, KM, Game, ET, Devillers, R, Kaplan, DM, Dunstan, PK, Halpin, PN and Pressey, RL (2014). Better integration of sectoral planning and management approaches for the interlinked ecology of the open oceans. Marine Policy 49: 127-136.
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Assessing interactions of multiple stressors when data are limited: a Bayesian belief network applied to coral reefs.

Ban, SS, Pressey, RL and Graham, NAJ (2014). Assessing interactions of multiple stressors when data are limited: a Bayesian belief network applied to coral reefs. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 27: 64-72.
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Commentary: Climate engineering reconsidered.

Barrett, S, Lenton, TM, Millner, A, Tavoni, A, Carpenter, S, Anderies, JM, Chapin III, FS, Crepin, A-S, Daily, G, Ehrlich, P, Folke, C, Galaz, V, Hughes, T, Kautsky, N, Lambin, EF, Naylor, R, Nyborg, K, Polasky, S, Scheffer, M, Wilen, J, Xepapadeas, A and de Zeeuw, A (2014). Commentary: Climate engineering reconsidered. Nature Climate Change 4(7): 527-529.
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Patterns of coral settlement in an extreme environment: the southern Persian Gulf (Dubai, United Arab Emirates).

Bauman, AG, Baird, AH, Burt, JA, Pratchett, MS and Feary, DA (2014). Patterns of coral settlement in an extreme environment: the southern Persian Gulf (Dubai, United Arab Emirates). Marine Ecology Progress Series 499: 115-126.
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Conserving potential coral reef refuges at high latitudes.

Beger, M, Sommer, B, Harrison, PL, Smith, SDA and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Conserving potential coral reef refuges at high latitudes. Diversity and Distributions 20(3): 245-257.
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Changes in the spear fishery of herbivores associated with closed grouper season in Palau, Micronesia.

Bejarano Chavarro, S, Mumby, PJ and Golbuu, Y (2014). Changes in the spear fishery of herbivores associated with closed grouper season in Palau, Micronesia. Animal Conservation 17(2): 133-143.
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Maps, laws and planning policy: working with biophysical and spatial uncertainty in the case of sea level rise.

Bell, J, Saunders, MI, Leon, JX, Mills, M, Kythreotis, A, Phinn, S, Mumby, PJ, Lovelock, CE, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Morrison, TH (2014). Maps, laws and planning policy: working with biophysical and spatial uncertainty in the case of sea level rise. Environmental Science and Policy 44: 247-257.
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Fifty million years of herbivory on coral reefs: fossils, fish and functional innovations.

Bellwood, DR, Goatley, CHR, Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, O (2014). Fifty million years of herbivory on coral reefs: fossils, fish and functional innovations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20133046.
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Evolution of long-toothed fishes and the changing nature of fish-benthos interactions on coral reefs.

Bellwood, DR, Hoey, AS, Bellwood, O and Goatley, CHR (2014). Evolution of long-toothed fishes and the changing nature of fish-benthos interactions on coral reefs. Nature Communications 5: 3144.
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The impact of CO2 emission scenarios and nutrient enrichment on a common coral reef macroalga is modified by temporal effects

Bender, D, Diaz-Pulido, G and Dove, S (2014). The impact of CO2 emission scenarios and nutrient enrichment on a common coral reef macroalga is modified by temporal effects
Journal of Phycology 50(1): 203-215.
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The impact of CO2 emission scenarios and nutrient enrichment on a common coral reef macroalga is modified by temporal effects.

Bender, D, Diaz-Pulido, G and Dove, S (2014). The impact of CO2 emission scenarios and nutrient enrichment on a common coral reef macroalga is modified by temporal effects. Journal of Phycology 50(1): 203-215.
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Efficacy of long-term coral tissue storage in ethanol for genotyping studies.

Berkelmans, R, Doyle, J, van Oppen, MJH, Asbridge, EF and Brown, AR (2014). Efficacy of long-term coral tissue storage in ethanol for genotyping studies. Coral Reefs 33(1): 89-96.
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Trade-offs in the ecological versatility of juvenile wrasses: an experimental evaluation.

Berkstrom, C, Jones, GP and McCormick, MI (2014). Trade-offs in the ecological versatility of juvenile wrasses: an experimental evaluation. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 453: 91-97.
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Localised intraspecific variation in the swimming phenotype of a coral reef fish across different wave exposures.

Binning, S, Roche, D and Fulton, C (2014). Localised intraspecific variation in the swimming phenotype of a coral reef fish across different wave exposures. Oecologia 174(3): 623-630.
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Resilience and social thresholds in small-scale fishing communities.

Blythe, JL (2014). Resilience and social thresholds in small-scale fishing communities. Sustainability Science 10(1): 157-165.
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Framing the flood: a media analysis of themes of resilience in the 2011 Brisbane flood.

Bohensky, EL and Leitch, AM (2014). Framing the flood: a media analysis of themes of resilience in the 2011 Brisbane flood. Regional Environmental Change 14(2): 475-488.
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Effective marine offsets for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.

Bos, M, Pressey, RL and Stoeckl, N (2014). Effective marine offsets for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Environmental Science and Policy 42: 1-15.
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How do environmental factors influence life cycles and development? An experimental framework for early-diverging metazoans.

Bosch, T, Adamska, M, Augustin, R, Domaset-Lozo, T, Forêt, S, Fraune, S, Funayama, N, Grasis, J, Hamada, M, Hatta, M, Hobmayer, B, Kawai, K, Klimovich, A, Manuel, M, Shinzato, C, Technau, U, Yum, S and Miller, D (2014). How do environmental factors influence life cycles and development? An experimental framework for early-diverging metazoans. BioEssays 36: 1185-1194.
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Temporal links in daily activity patterns between coral reef predators and their prey.

Bosiger, YJ and McCormick, MI (2014). Temporal links in daily activity patterns between coral reef predators and their prey. PLoS ONE 9(10): e111723.
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Habitat degradation modifies the strength of interspecific competition in coral dwelling damselfishes.

Boström-Einarsson, L, Bonin, MC, Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2014). Habitat degradation modifies the strength of interspecific competition in coral dwelling damselfishes. Ecology95(11): 3056-3067.
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Alterations in gill structure in tropical reef fishes as a result of elevated temperatures.

Bowden, AJ, Gardiner, NM, Couturier, CS, Stecyk, JAW, Nilsson, GE, Munday, PL and Rummer, JL (2014). Alterations in gill structure in tropical reef fishes as a result of elevated temperatures. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A-Molecular & Integrative Physiology 175: 64-71.
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Individual-based analyses reveal limited functional overlap in a coral reef fish community.

Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2014). Individual-based analyses reveal limited functional overlap in a coral reef fish community. Journal of Animal Ecology 83(3): 661-670.
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Micro-topography mediates interactions between corals, algae, and herbivorous fishes on coral reefs.

Brandl, SJ, Hoey, AS and Bellwood, DR (2014). Micro-topography mediates interactions between corals, algae, and herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. Coral Reefs 33(2): 421-430.
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Variable responses of benthic communities to anomalously warm sea temperatures on a high-latitude coral reef.

Bridge, TCL, Ferrari, R, Bryson, M, Hovey, R, Figueira, WF, Williams, SB, Pizarro, O, Harborne, AR and Byrne, M (2014). Variable responses of benthic communities to anomalously warm sea temperatures on a high-latitude coral reef. PLoS ONE 9(11): e113079.
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Local extinction of a coral reef fish explained by inflexible prey choice.

Brooker, RM, Munday, PL, Brandl, SJ and Jones, GP (2014). Local extinction of a coral reef fish explained by inflexible prey choice. Coral Reefs 33(4): 891-896.
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Trade-offs between fisheries and the conservation of ecosystem function are defined by management strategy.

Brown, CJ and Mumby, PJ (2014). Trade-offs between fisheries and the conservation of ecosystem function are defined by management strategy. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(6): 324-329.
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Movement, habitat utilization and behaviour of coral trout Plectropomus leopardus during and after the reproductive period on the southern Great Barrier Reef.

Bunt, CM and Kingsford, MJ (2014). Movement, habitat utilization and behaviour of coral trout Plectropomus leopardus during and after the reproductive period on the southern Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 496: 33-45.
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Climate change influences on marine infectious diseases: implications for management and society.

Burge, CA, Eakin, CM, Friedman, CS, Froelich, B, Hershberger, PK, Hofmann, EE, Petes, LE, Prager, KC, Weil, E, Willis, BL, Ford, SE and Harvell, CD (2014). Climate change influences on marine infectious diseases: implications for management and society. Annual Review of Marine Science 6: 249-277.
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Geographical limits to species-range shifts are suggested by climate velocity.

Burrows, MT, Schoeman, DS, Richardson, AJ, Molinos, JG, Hoffmann, A, Buckley, LB, Moore, PJ, Brown, CJ, Bruno, JF, Duarte, CM, Halpern, BS, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Kappel, CV, Kiessling, W, O’Connor, MI, Pandolfi, JM, Parmesan, C, Sydeman, W, Ferrier, S, Williams, KJ and Poloczanska, ES (2014). Geographical limits to species-range shifts are suggested by climate velocity. Nature 507: 492-495.
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Changes in a coral reef fishery along a gradient of fishing pressure in an Indonesian marine protected area.

Campbell, SJ, Mukminin, A, Kartawijaya, T, Huchery, C and Cinner, JE (2014). Changes in a coral reef fishery along a gradient of fishing pressure in an Indonesian marine protected area. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24: 92-103.
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Empirical evaluation of neutral interactions in host-parasite networks.

Canard, EF, Mouquet, N, Mouillot, D, Stanko, M, Miklisova, D and Gravel, D (2014). Empirical evaluation of neutral interactions in host-parasite networks. American Naturalist 183(4): 468-479.
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Surviving coral bleaching events: Porites growth anomalies on the Great Barrier Reef.

Cantin, NE and Lough, JM (2014). Surviving coral bleaching events: Porites growth anomalies on the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88720.
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Spatial variation in the effects of size and age on reproductive dynamics of common coral trout Plectropomus leopardus.

Carter, AB, Russ, GR, Tobin, AJ, Williams, AJ, Davies, CR and Mapstone, BD (2014). Spatial variation in the effects of size and age on reproductive dynamics of common coral trout Plectropomus leopardus. Journal of Fish Biology 84(4): 1074-1098.
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Effects of region, demography, and protection from fishing on batch fecundity of common coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus).

Carter, AB, Davies, CR, Mapstone, BD, Russ, GR, Tobin, AJ and Williams, AJ (2014). Effects of region, demography, and protection from fishing on batch fecundity of common coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus). Coral Reefs 33(3): 751-763.
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Farming behaviour of reef fishes increases the prevalence of coral disease associated microbes and black band disease.

Casey, J, Ainsworth, T, Choat, J and Connolly, SR (2014). Farming behaviour of reef fishes increases the prevalence of coral disease associated microbes and black band disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20141032.
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Habitat partitioning and vulnerability of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Ceccarelli, DM, Frisch, AJ, Graham, NAJ, Ayling, AM and Beger, M (2014). Habitat partitioning and vulnerability of sharks in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24(1): 169-197.
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Restricted movements of juvenile rays in the lagoon of Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – evidence for the existence of a nursery.

Cerutti-Pereyra, F, Thums, M, Austin, CM, Bradshaw, CJA, Stevens, JD, Babcock, RC, Pillans, RD and Meekan, MG (2014). Restricted movements of juvenile rays in the lagoon of Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – evidence for the existence of a nursery. Environmental Biology of Fishes 97(4): 371-383.
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Small-scale environmental variation influences whether coral-dwelling fish promote or impede coral growth.

Chase, TJ, Pratchett, MS, Walker, SPW and Hoogenboom, MO (2014). Small-scale environmental variation influences whether coral-dwelling fish promote or impede coral growth. Oecologia 176(4): 1009-1022.
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Changes in the spear fishery of herbivores associated with closed grouper season in Palau, Micronesia.

Chavarro, SB, Mumby, PJ and Golbuu, Y (2014). Changes in the spear fishery of herbivores associated with closed grouper season in Palau, Micronesia. Animal Conservation 17(2): 133-143.
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Impaired learning of predators and lower prey survival under elevated CO2: a consequence of neurotransmitter interference.

Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI, Nilsson, GE, Munday, PL, Watson, SA, Meekan, MG, Mitchell, MD, Corkill, KC and Ferrari, MCO (2014). Impaired learning of predators and lower prey survival under elevated CO2: a consequence of neurotransmitter interference. Global Change Biology 20(2): 515-522.
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Background level of risk determines how prey categorize predators and non-predators.

Chivers, DP, McCormick, MI, Mitchell, MD, Ramasamy, RA and Ferrari, MCO (2014). Background level of risk determines how prey categorize predators and non-predators.Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20140355.
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Temporal constraints on predation risk assessment in a changing world.

Chivers, DP, Ramasamy, RA, McCormick, MI, Watson, SA, Siebeck, UE and Ferrari, MCO (2014). Temporal constraints on predation risk assessment in a changing world. Science of the Total Environment 500: 332-338.
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Redefining thermal regimes to design reserves for coral reefs in the face of climate change.

Chollett, I, Enríquez, S and Mumby, PJ (2014). Redefining thermal regimes to design reserves for coral reefs in the face of climate change. PLoS ONE 9(10): e110634.
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Adapting to the impacts of global change on an artisanal coral reef fishery.

Chollett, I, Canty, SWJ, Box, SJ and Mumby, PJ (2014). Adapting to the impacts of global change on an artisanal coral reef fishery. Ecological Economics 102: 118-125.
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Macroalgal herbivory on recovering versus degrading coral reefs.

Chong-Seng, KM, Nash, KL, Bellwood, DR and Graham, NAJ (2014). Macroalgal herbivory on recovering versus degrading coral reefs. Coral Reefs 33(2): 409-419.
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Bottlenecks to coral recovery in the Seychelles.

Chong-Seng, KM, Graham, NAJ and Pratchett, MS (2014). Bottlenecks to coral recovery in the Seychelles. Coral Reefs 33(2): 449-461.
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Habitat collapse due to overgrazing threatens turtle conservation in marine protected areas.

Christianen, MJA, Herman, PMJ, Bouma, TJ, Lamers, LPM, van Katwijk, MM, van der Heide, T, Mumby, PJ, Silliman, BR, Engelhard, SL, van de Kerk, M, Kiswara, W and van de Koppel, J (2014). Habitat collapse due to overgrazing threatens turtle conservation in marine protected areas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20132890.
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Ocean acidification slows retinal function in a damselfish through interference with GABAA receptors.

Chung, WS, Marshall, NJ, Watson, SA, Munday, PL and Nilsson, GE (2014). Ocean acidification slows retinal function in a damselfish through interference with GABAA receptors. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(3): 323-326.
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Coral reef livelihoods.

Cinner, J (2014). Coral reef livelihoods. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 65-71.
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A comparison of social outcomes associated with different fisheries co-management institutions.

Cinner, J and Huchery, C (2014). A comparison of social outcomes associated with different fisheries co-management institutions. Conservation Letters 7(3): 224-232.
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Winners and losers in marine conservation: fishers’ displacement and livelihood benefits from marine reserves.

Cinner, JE, Daw, T, Huchery, C, Thoya, P, Wamukota, A, Cedras, M and Abunge, C (2014). Winners and losers in marine conservation: fishers’ displacement and livelihood benefits from marine reserves. Society and Natural Resources 27(9): 994-1005.
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Testing the precision and accuracy of the U-Th chronometer for dating coral mortality events in the last 100 years.

Clark, TR, Roff, G, Zhao, J, Feng, Y, Done, TJ and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Testing the precision and accuracy of the U-Th chronometer for dating coral mortality events in the last 100 years. Quaternary Geochronology 23: 35-45.
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Discerning the timing and cause of historical mortality events in modern Porites from the Great Barrier Reef.

Clark, TR, Zhao, J, Roff, G, Feng, Y, Done, TJ, Nothdurft, LD and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Discerning the timing and cause of historical mortality events in modern Porites from the Great Barrier Reef. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 138: 57-80.
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Multispecies spawning sites for fishes on a low-latitude coral reef: spatial and temporal patterns.

Claydon, JAB, McCormick, MI and Jones, GP (2014). Multispecies spawning sites for fishes on a low-latitude coral reef: spatial and temporal patterns. Journal of Fish Biology 84(4): 1136-1163.
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Statelessness and conservation: exploring the implications of an international governance agenda.

Clifton, J, Acciaioli, G, Brunt, H, Dressler, W, Fabinyi, M and Singh, S (2014). Statelessness and conservation: exploring the implications of an international governance agenda. Tilburg Law Review 19: 81-89.
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Importance of live coral habitat for reef fishes.

Coker, DJ, Wilson, SK and Pratchett, MS (2014). Importance of live coral habitat for reef fishes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24(1): 89-126.
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The effects of coral bleaching on settlement preferences and growth of juvenile butterflyfishes.

Cole, AJ, Lawton, RJ, Pisapia, C and Pratchett, MS (2014). The effects of coral bleaching on settlement preferences and growth of juvenile butterflyfishes. Marine Environmental Research 98: 106-110.
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Commonness and rarity in the marine biosphere.

Connolly, SR, MacNeil, MA, Caley, J, Knowlton, N, Cripps, E, Hisano, M, Thibaut, LM, Bhattacharya, BD, Benedetti-Cecchi, L, Brainard, RE, Brandt, A, Bulleri, F, Ellingsen, KE, Kaiser, S, Kroencke, I, Linse, K, Maggi, E, O’Hara, TD, Plaisance, L, Poore, GCB, Sarkar, SK, Satpathy, KK, Schueckel, U, Williams, A and Wilson, RS (2014). Commonness and rarity in the marine biosphere. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(23): 8524-8529.
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Refuge-seeking impairments mirror metabolic recovery following fisheries-related stressors in the Spanish flag snapper (Lutjanus carponotatus) on the Great Barrier Reef.

Cooke, SJ, Messmer, V, Tobin, AJ, Pratchett, MS and Clark, TD (2014). Refuge-seeking impairments mirror metabolic recovery following fisheries-related stressors in the Spanish flag snapper (Lutjanus carponotatus) on the Great Barrier Reef. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87(1): 136-147.
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Patterns of distribution and composition of sea urchin assemblages on Brazilian subtropical rocky reefs.

Cordeiro, CAMM, Harborne, AR and Ferreira, CEL (2014). Patterns of distribution and composition of sea urchin assemblages on Brazilian subtropical rocky reefs. Marine Biology 161(10): 2221-2232.
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Human-mediated loss of phylogenetic and functional diversity in coral reef fishes.

D’Agata, S, Mouillot, D, Kulbicki, M, Andrefouet, S, Bellwood, DR, Cinner, JE, Cowman, PF, Kronen, M, Pinca, S and Vigliola, L (2014). Human-mediated loss of phylogenetic and functional diversity in coral reef fishes. Current Biology 24(5): 555-560.
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Catchment-scale governance in northern Australia: a preliminary evaluation.

Dale, AP, Pressey, B, Adams, VM, Álvarez- Romero, JG, Digby, M, Dobbs, R, Douglas, M, Augé, AA, Maughan, M, Childs, J, Hinchley, D, Landcaster, I, Perdrisat, I and Gobius, N (2014). Catchment-scale governance in northern Australia: a preliminary evaluation. Journal of Economic and Social Policy 16(1): 1-29.
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Ensuring survival: oceans, climate and security.

de Suarez, JM, Cicin-Sain, B, Wowk, K, Payet, R and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Ensuring survival: oceans, climate and security. Ocean and Coastal Management 90: 27-37.
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Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems.

Dearing, JA, Wang, R, Zhang, K, Dyke, JG, Haberl, H, Hossain, MS, Langdon, PG, Lenton, TM, Raworth, K, Brown, S, Carstensen, J, Cole, MJ, Cornell, SE, Dawson, TP, Doncaster, CP, Eigenbrod, F, Floerke, M, Jeffers, E, Mackay, AW, Nykvist, B and Poppy, GM (2014). Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 28: 227-238.
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Spatio-temporal variation in the incubation duration and sex ratio of hawksbill hatchlings: implication for future management.

dei Marcovaldi, MAG, Santos, AJB, Santos, AS, Soares, LS, Lopez, GG, Godfrey, MH, Lόpez-Mendilaharsu, M and Fuentes, MMPB (2014). Spatio-temporal variation in the incubation duration and sex ratio of hawksbill hatchlings: implication for future management. Journal of Thermal Biology 44: 70-77.
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Evaluation of annual resolution coral geochemical records as climate proxies in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia.

Deng, W, Wei, G, McCulloch, M, Xie, L, Liu, Y and Zeng, T (2014). Evaluation of annual resolution coral geochemical records as climate proxies in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Coral Reefs 33(4): 965-977.
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Greenhouse conditions induce mineralogical changes and dolomite accumulation in coralline algae on tropical reefs.

Diaz-Pulido, G, Nash, MC, Anthony, KRN, Bender, D, Opdyke, BN, Reyes-Nivia, C and Troitzsch, U (2014). Greenhouse conditions induce mineralogical changes and dolomite accumulation in coralline algae on tropical reefs. Nature Communications 5: 3310.
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Bimodal signatures of germline methylation are linked with gene expression plasticity in the coral Acropora millepora.

Dixon, G, Bay, LK and Matz, MV (2014). Bimodal signatures of germline methylation are linked with gene expression plasticity in the coral Acropora millepora. BMC Genomics 15: 1109.
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Experimental evaluation of imprinting and the role innate preference plays in habitat selection in a coral reef fish.

Dixson, DL, Jones, GP, Munday, PL, Planes, S, Pratchett, MS and Thorrold, SR (2014). Experimental evaluation of imprinting and the role innate preference plays in habitat selection in a coral reef fish. Oecologia 174(1): 99-107.
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Shifting from right to left: the combined effect of elevated CO2 and temperature on behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish.

Domenici, P, Allan, BJM, Watson, SA, McCormick, MI and Munday, PL (2014). Shifting from right to left: the combined effect of elevated CO2 and temperature on behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish. PLoS ONE 9(1): e87969.
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Reproductive acclimation to increased water temperature in a tropical reef fish.

Donelson, JM, McCormick, MI, Booth, DJ and Munday, PL (2014). Reproductive acclimation to increased water temperature in a tropical reef fish. PLoS ONE 9(5): e97223.
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Reef-scale failure of coral settlement following typhoon disturbance and macroalgal bloom in Palau, Western Pacific.

Doropoulos, C, Roff, G, Zupan, M, Nestor, V, Isechal, AL and Mumby, PJ (2014). Reef-scale failure of coral settlement following typhoon disturbance and macroalgal bloom in Palau, Western Pacific. Coral Reefs 33(3): 613-623.
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Persistence and change in community composition of reef corals through present, past, and future climates.

Edmunds, PJ, Adjeroud, M, Baskett, ML, Baums, IB, Budd, AF, Carpenter, RC, Fabina, NS, Fan, TY, Franklin, EC, Gross, K, Han, X, Jacobson, L, Klaus, JS, McClanahan, TR, O’Leary, JK, van Oppen, MJH, Pochon, X, Putnam, HM, Smith, TB, Stat, M, Sweatman, H, van Woesik, R and Gates, RD (2014). Persistence and change in community composition of reef corals through present, past, and future climates. PLoS ONE 9(10): e107525.
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Global assessment of the status of coral reef herbivorous fishes: evidence for fishing effects.

Edwards, CB, Friedlander, AM, Green, AG, Hardt, MJ, Sala, E, Sweatman, HP, Williams, ID, Zgliczynski, B, Sandin, SA and Smith, JE (2014). Global assessment of the status of coral reef herbivorous fishes: evidence for fishing effects. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20131835.
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Keeping the ‘Great’ in the Great Barrier Reef: large-scale governance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

Evans, LS, Ban, NC, Schoon, M and Nenadovic, M (2014). Keeping the ‘Great’ in the Great Barrier Reef: large-scale governance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. International Journal of the Commons 8(2): 396-427.
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Local realities and practical engagement in environmental management in the Philippines.

Fabinyi, M (2014). Local realities and practical engagement in environmental management in the Philippines. Practicing Anthropology 36: 28-32.
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Social-ecological systems, social diversity, and power: insights from anthropology and political ecology.

Fabinyi, M, Evans, L and Foale, SJ (2014). Social-ecological systems, social diversity, and power: insights from anthropology and political ecology. Ecology and Society 19(4): 28.
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The Chinese policy and governance context for global fisheries.

Fabinyi, M and Liu, N (2014). The Chinese policy and governance context for global fisheries. Ocean and Coastal Management 96: 198-202.
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Seafood banquets in Beijing: consumer perspectives and implications for environmental sustainability.

Fabinyi, M and Liu, N (2014). Seafood banquets in Beijing: consumer perspectives and implications for environmental sustainability. Conservation and Society 12(2): 218-228.
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Social trust and luxury seafood banquets in contemporary Beijing.

Fabinyi, M and Liu, N (2014). Social trust and luxury seafood banquets in contemporary Beijing. Asian Anthropology 13(2): 92-105.
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Fisheries trade and social development in the Philippine-Malaysia maritime border zone.

Fabinyi, M, Pido, M, de Leon, EMP, de las Alas, MA, Buenconsejo, J, Uyami-Bitara, A, Harani, B and Caceres, J (2014). Fisheries trade and social development in the Philippine-Malaysia maritime border zone. Development Policy Review 32(6): 715-732.
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Assessing the drivers of spatial variation in thermal forcing across a nearshore reef system and implications for coral bleaching.

Falter, JL, Zhang, Z, Lowe, RJ, McGregor, F, Keesing, J and McCulloch, MT (2014). Assessing the drivers of spatial variation in thermal forcing across a nearshore reef system and implications for coral bleaching. Limnology and Oceanography 59(4): 1241-1255.
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Effects of ocean warming and acidification on the energy budget of an excavating sponge.

Fang, JKH, Schonberg, CHL, Mello-Athayde, MA, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2014). Effects of ocean warming and acidification on the energy budget of an excavating sponge. Global Change Biology 20(4): 1043-1054.
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Latitudinal shifts in coral reef fishes: Why some species do and others do not shift.

Feary, DA, Pratchett, MS, J Emslie, M, Fowler, AM, Figueira, WF, Luiz, OJ, Nakamura, Y and Booth, DJ (2014). Latitudinal shifts in coral reef fishes: Why some species do and others do not shift. Fish and Fisheries 15(4): 593-615.
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Coalition cohesion for regional marine governance: a stakeholder analysis of the Coral Triangle Initiative.

Fidelman, P, Evans, LS, Foale, S, Weible, C, von Heland, F and Elgin, D (2014). Coalition cohesion for regional marine governance: a stakeholder analysis of the Coral Triangle Initiative. Ocean and Coastal Management 95: 117-128.
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Increased local retention of reef coral larvae as a result of ocean warming.

Figueiredo, J, Baird, AH, Harii, S and Connolly, SR (2014). Increased local retention of reef coral larvae as a result of ocean warming. Nature Climate Change 4(6): 498-502.
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Governing large-scale social-ecological systems: lessons from five cases.

Fleischman, FD, Ban, NC, Evans, LS, Epstein, G, Garcia-Lopez, G and Villamayor-Tomas, S (2014). Governing large-scale social-ecological systems: lessons from five cases. International Journal of the Commons 8(2): 428-456.
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Reduced calcification in Western Australian corals during anomalously high summer water temperatures.

Foster, T, Short, JA, Falter, JL, Ross, C and McCulloch, MT (2014). Reduced calcification in Western Australian corals during anomalously high summer water temperatures. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 461: 133-143.
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Herbivores in a small world: network theory highlights vulnerability in the function of herbivory on coral reefs.

Fox, RJ and Bellwood, DR (2014). Herbivores in a small world: network theory highlights vulnerability in the function of herbivory on coral reefs. Functional Ecology 28(3): 642-651.
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Gender-specific benefits of eating eggs at resident reef fish spawning aggregation sites.

Fraser, MR and McCormick, MI (2014). Gender-specific benefits of eating eggs at resident reef fish spawning aggregation sites. Marine Ecology Progress Series 517: 209-216.
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Checklist of the marine and estuarine fishes of Madang District, Papua New Guinea, western Pacific Ocean, with 820 new records.

Fricke, R, Allen, GR, Andréfouët, S, Chen, W, Hamel, MA, Laboute, P, Mana, R, Hui, TH and Uyeno, D (2014). Checklist of the marine and estuarine fishes of Madang District, Papua New Guinea, western Pacific Ocean, with 820 new records. Zootaxa 3832(1): 1-247.
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Trophic ecology of large predatory reef fishes: energy pathways, trophic level, and implications for fisheries in a changing climate.

Frisch, AJ, Ireland, M and Baker, R (2014). Trophic ecology of large predatory reef fishes: energy pathways, trophic level, and implications for fisheries in a changing climate. Marine Biology 161(1): 61-73.
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Sea temperature shapes seasonal fluctuations in seaweed biomass within the Ningaloo coral reef ecosystem.

Fulton, CJ, Depczynski, M, Holmes, TH, Noble, MM, Radford, B, Wernberg, T and Wilson, SK (2014). Sea temperature shapes seasonal fluctuations in seaweed biomass within the Ningaloo coral reef ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography 59(1): 156-166.
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Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy.

Gaither, MR, Schultz, JK, Bellwood, DR, Pyle, RL, DiBattista, JD, Rocha, LA and Bowen, BW (2014). Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74: 38-47.
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A bacterial pathogen uses dimethylsulfoniopropionate as a cue to target heat-stressed corals.

Garren, M, Son, K, Raina, J-B, Rusconi, R, Menolascina, F, Shapiro, OH, Tout, J, Bourne, DG, Seymour, JR and Stocker, R (2014). A bacterial pathogen uses dimethylsulfoniopropionate as a cue to target heat-stressed corals. ISME Journal 8(5): 999-1007.
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Moving towards the equator: reverse range shifts in two subtropical reef fish species, Chromis nitida (Pomacentridae) and Pseudolabrus guentheri (Labridae).

Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2014). Moving towards the equator: reverse range shifts in two subtropical reef fish species, Chromis nitida (Pomacentridae) and Pseudolabrus guentheri (Labridae). Marine Biodiversity Records 7: e12.
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The Catlin Seaview Survey – kilometre-scale seascape assessment, and monitoring of coral reef ecosystems.

González-Rivero, M, Bongaerts, P, Beijbom, O, Pizarro, O, Friedman, A, Rodriguez-Ramirez, A, Upcroft, B, Laffoley, D, Kline, D, Bailhache, C, Vevers, R and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). The Catlin Seaview Survey – kilometre-scale seascape assessment, and monitoring of coral reef ecosystems. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(S2): 184-198.
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Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: embracing new futures.

Graham, NAJ, Cinner, JE, Norstrom, AV and Nystrom, M (2014). Coral reefs as novel ecosystems: embracing new futures. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 9-14.
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Habitat complexity: coral structural loss leads to fisheries declines.

Graham, NAJ (2014). Habitat complexity: coral structural loss leads to fisheries declines. Current Biology 24(9): R359-R361.
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Coral reef community composition in the context of disturbance history on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Graham, NAJ, Chong-Seng, KM, Huchery, C, Januchowski-Hartley, FA and Nash, KL (2014). Coral reef community composition in the context of disturbance history on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. PLoS ONE 9(7): e101204.
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The immune response of Acanthaster planci to Oxbile injections and antibiotic treatment.

Grand, A, Pratchett, M and Rivera-Posada, J (2014). The immune response of Acanthaster planci to Oxbile injections and antibiotic treatment. Journal of Marine Biology2014: 1-11.
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Satellite tracking of sympatric marine megafauna can inform the biological basis for species co-management.

Gredzens, C, Marsh, H, Fuentes, MMPB, Limpus, CJ, Shimada, T and Hamann, M (2014). Satellite tracking of sympatric marine megafauna can inform the biological basis for species co-management. PLoS ONE 9(6): e98944.
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Designing marine reserves for fisheries management, biodiversity conservation, and climate change adaptation.

Green, AL, Fernandes, L, Almany, G, Abesamis, R, McLeod, E, Alino, PM, White, AT, Salm, R, Tanzer, J and Pressey, RL (2014). Designing marine reserves for fisheries management, biodiversity conservation, and climate change adaptation. Coastal Management 42(2): 143-159.
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Scenario modelling to support industry strategic planning and decision making.

Greiner, R, Puig, J, Huchery, C, Collier, N and Garnett, ST (2014). Scenario modelling to support industry strategic planning and decision making. Environmental Modelling and Software 55: 120-131.
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The cumulative impact of annual coral bleaching can turn some coral species winners into losers.

Grottoli, AG, Warner, ME, Levas, SJ, Aschaffenburg, MD, Schoepf, V, McGinley, M, Baumann, J and Matsui, Y (2014). The cumulative impact of annual coral bleaching can turn some coral species winners into losers. Global Change Biology 20(12): 3823-3833.
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Evaluation of the effectiveness of marine reserves for transient spawning aggregations in data-limited situations.

Gruess, A, Kaplan, DM and Robinson, J (2014). Evaluation of the effectiveness of marine reserves for transient spawning aggregations in data-limited situations. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71(3): 435-449.
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Conservation and fisheries effects of spawning aggregation marine protected areas: what we know, where we should go, and what we need to get there.

Gruess, A, Robinson, J, Heppell, SS, Heppell, SA and Semmens, BX (2014). Conservation and fisheries effects of spawning aggregation marine protected areas: what we know, where we should go, and what we need to get there. ICES Journal of Marine Science71(7): 1515-1534.
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Poverty and protected areas: an evaluation of a marine integrated conservation and development project in Indonesia.

Gurney, GG, Cinner, J, Ban, NC, Pressey, RL, Pollnac, R, Campbell, SJ, Tasidjawa, S and Setiawan, F (2014). Poverty and protected areas: an evaluation of a marine integrated conservation and development project in Indonesia. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 26: 98-107.
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Improving population estimates by quantifying diving and surfacing patterns: a dugong example.

Hagihara, R, Jones, RE, Grech, A, Lanyon, JM, Sheppard, JK and Marsh, H (2014). Improving population estimates by quantifying diving and surfacing patterns: a dugong example. Marine Mammal Science 30(1): 348-366.
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Scleractinian coral communities of the inner Seychelles 10 years after the 1998 mortality event.

Harris, A, Wilson, S, Graham, N and Sheppard, C (2014). Scleractinian coral communities of the inner Seychelles 10 years after the 1998 mortality event. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(5): 667-679.
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Validation of microsatellite multiplexes for parentage analysis and species discrimination in two hybridizing species of coral reef fish (Plectropomus spp., Serranidae).

Harrison, HB, Feldheim, KA, Jones, GP, Ma, K, Mansour, H, Perumal, S, Williamson, DH and Berumen, ML (2014). Validation of microsatellite multiplexes for parentage analysis and species discrimination in two hybridizing species of coral reef fish (Plectropomus spp., Serranidae). Ecology and Evolution 4(11): 2046-2057.
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Validation of microsatellite multiplexes for parentage analysis in a coral reef fish (Lutjanus carponotatus, Lutjanidae).

Harrison, HB, Feldheim, KA, Jones, GP, Mansour, H, Perumal, S, Williamson, DH and Berumen, ML (2014). Validation of microsatellite multiplexes for parentage analysis in a coral reef fish (Lutjanus carponotatus, Lutjanidae). Conservation Genetics Resources 6(4): 803-806.
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A product of its environment: the epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum) exhibits physiological tolerance to elevated environmental CO2.

Heinrich, DDU, Rummer, JL, Morash, AJ, Watson, S-A, Simpfendorfer, CA, Heupel, MR and Munday, PL (2014). A product of its environment: the epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum) exhibits physiological tolerance to elevated environmental CO2. Conservation Physiology 2: 1-12.
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Social, institutional, and knowledge mechanisms mediate diverse ecosystem service benefits from coral reefs.

Hicks, CC and Cinner, JE (2014). Social, institutional, and knowledge mechanisms mediate diverse ecosystem service benefits from coral reefs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(50): 17791-17796.
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Fishery benefits and stakeholder priorities associated with a coral reef fishery and their implications for management.

Hicks, CC, Stoeckl, N, Cinner, JE and Robinson, J (2014). Fishery benefits and stakeholder priorities associated with a coral reef fishery and their implications for management. Environmental Science and Policy 44: 258-270.
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Evaluating the effectiveness of teeth and dorsal fin spines for non-lethal age estimation of a tropical reef fish, coral trout Plectropomus leopardus.

Hobbs, JPA, Frisch, AJ, Mutz, S and Ford, BM (2014). Evaluating the effectiveness of teeth and dorsal fin spines for non-lethal age estimation of a tropical reef fish, coral trout Plectropomus leopardus. Journal of Fish Biology 84(2): 328-338.
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Temporal evolution of coral reef fishes: Global patterns and disparity in isolated locations.

Hodge, JR, van Herwerden, L and Bellwood, DR (2014). Temporal evolution of coral reef fishes: Global patterns and disparity in isolated locations. Journal of Biogeography 41(11): 2115-2127.
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Coral reef sustainability through adaptation: glimmer of hope or persistent mirage?

Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Coral reef sustainability through adaptation: glimmer of hope or persistent mirage? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 127-133.
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Coral reefs in the anthropocene: persistence or the end of the line?

Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Coral reefs in the anthropocene: persistence or the end of the line? Geological Society Special Publication 395: 167-183.
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Light enhanced calcification in Stylophora pistillata: effects of glucose, glycerol and oxygen.

Holcomb, M, Tambutté, E, Allemand, D and Tambutté, S (2014). Light enhanced calcification in Stylophora pistillata: effects of glucose, glycerol and oxygen. PeerJ 2(1): e375.
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Coral calcifying fluid pH dictates response to ocean acidification.

Holcomb, M, Venn, AA, Tambutté, E, Tambutté, S, Allemand, D, Trotter, J and McCulloch, M (2014). Coral calcifying fluid pH dictates response to ocean acidification. Scientific Reports 4: 5207.
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Consistency and inconsistency in multispecies population network dynamics of coral reef ecosystems.

Holstein, DM, Paris, CB and Mumby, PJ (2014). Consistency and inconsistency in multispecies population network dynamics of coral reef ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 499: 1-18.
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Evaluating management performance of marine protected area networks in the Philippines.

Horigue, V, Alino, P and Pressey, RL (2014). Evaluating management performance of marine protected area networks in the Philippines. Ocean and Coastal Management 95: 11-25.
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The unintended consequences of simplifying the sea: making the case for complexity.

Howarth, LM, Roberts, CM, Thurstan, RH and Stewart, BD (2014). The unintended consequences of simplifying the sea: making the case for complexity. Fish and Fisheries15(4): 690-711.
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Identification of scleractinian coral recruits using fluorescent censusing and DNA barcoding techniques.

Hsu, C-M, de Palmas, S, Kuo, C-Y, Denis, V and Chen, CA (2014). Identification of scleractinian coral recruits using fluorescent censusing and DNA barcoding techniques. PLoS ONE 9(9): e107366.
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Towards a phylogenetic classification of reef corals: the Indo-Pacific genera Merulina, Goniastrea and Scapophyllia (Scleractinia, Merulinidae).

Huang, D, Benzoni, F, Arrigoni, R, Baird, AH, Berumen, ML, Bouwmeester, J, Chou, LM, Fukami, H, Licuanan, WY, Lovell, ER, Meier, R, Todd, PA and Budd, AF (2014). Towards a phylogenetic classification of reef corals: the Indo-Pacific genera Merulina, Goniastrea and Scapophyllia (Scleractinia, Merulinidae). Zoologica Scripta 43(5): 531-548.
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Double jeopardy and global extinction risk in corals and reef fishes.

Hughes, TP, Bellwood, DR, Connolly, SR, Cornell, HV and Karlson, RH (2014). Double jeopardy and global extinction risk in corals and reef fishes. Current Biology 24(24): 2946-2951.
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A multilocus molecular phylogeny of combtooth blennies (Percomorpha: Blennioidei: Blenniidae): multiple invasions of intertidal habitats.

Hundt, PJ, Iglesias, SP, Hoey, AS and Simons, AM (2014). A multilocus molecular phylogeny of combtooth blennies (Percomorpha: Blennioidei: Blenniidae): multiple invasions of intertidal habitats. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 70: 47-56.
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Mangrove habitat use by juvenile reef fish: meta-analysis reveals that tidal regime matters more than biogeographic region.

Igulu, M, Nagelkerken, I, Dorenbosch, M, Grol, M, Harborne, A, Kimirei, I, Mumby, P, Olds, A and Mgaya, Y (2014). Mangrove habitat use by juvenile reef fish: meta-analysis reveals that tidal regime matters more than biogeographic region. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114715.
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Fishery benefits from behavioural modification of fishes in periodically harvested fisheries closures.

Januchowski-Hartley, FA, Cinner, JE and Graham, NAJ (2014). Fishery benefits from behavioural modification of fishes in periodically harvested fisheries closures. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24(6): 777-790.
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Increasing ocean temperatures reduce activity patterns of a large commercially important coral reef fish.

Johansen, JL, Messmer, V, Coker, DJ, Hoey, AS and Pratchett, MS (2014). Increasing ocean temperatures reduce activity patterns of a large commercially important coral reef fish. Global Change Biology 20(4): 1067-1074.
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Quantifying water flow within aquatic ecosystems using load cell sensors: a profile of currents experienced by coral reef organisms around Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Johansen, JL (2014). Quantifying water flow within aquatic ecosystems using load cell sensors: a profile of currents experienced by coral reef organisms around Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. PLoS ONE 9(1): e83240.
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Locally-managed marine areas: multiple objectives and diverse strategies.

Jupiter, S, Cohen, P, Weeks, R, Tawake, A and Govan, H (2014). Locally-managed marine areas: multiple objectives and diverse strategies. Pacific Conservation Biology 20(2): 165-179.
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Implications of geometric plasticity for maximizing photosynthesis in branching corals.

Kaniewska, P, Anthony, KRN, Sampayo, EM, Campbell, PR and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Implications of geometric plasticity for maximizing photosynthesis in branching corals. Marine Biology 161(2): 313-328.
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Transcriptome analysis of the scleractinian coral Stylophora pistillata.

Karako-Lampert, S, Zoccola, D, Salmon-Divon, M, Katzenellenbogen, M, Tambutte, S, Bertucci, A, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Deleury, E, Allemand, D and Levy, O (2014). Transcriptome analysis of the scleractinian coral Stylophora pistillata. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88615.
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Crown-of-thorns starfish predation and physical injuries promote brown band disease on corals.

Katz, SM, Pollock, FJ, Bourne, DG and Willis, BL (2014). Crown-of-thorns starfish predation and physical injuries promote brown band disease on corals. Coral Reefs 33(3): 705-716.
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Global diversity of marine macroalgae: environmental conditions explain less variation in the tropics.

Keith, SA, Kerswell, AP and Connolly, SR (2014). Global diversity of marine macroalgae: environmental conditions explain less variation in the tropics. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23(5): 517-529.
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Aerobic scope predicts dominance during early life in a tropical damselfish.

Killen, SS, Mitchell, MD, Rummer, JL, Chivers, DP, Ferrari, MCO, Meekan, MG and McCormick, MI (2014). Aerobic scope predicts dominance during early life in a tropical damselfish. Functional Ecology 28(6): 1367-1376.
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Planktonic larval duration, age and growth of Ostorhinchus doederleini (Pisces: Apogonidae) on the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Kingsford, MJ, Finn, MD, O’Callaghan, MD, Atema, J and Gerlach, G (2014). Planktonic larval duration, age and growth of Ostorhinchus doederleini (Pisces: Apogonidae) on the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Biology 161(2): 245-259.
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The “naked coral” hypothesis revisited – evidence for and against scleractinian monophyly.

Kitahara, MV, Lin, M-F, Foret, S, Huttley, G, Miller, DJ and Chen, CA (2014). The “naked coral” hypothesis revisited – evidence for and against scleractinian monophyly. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94774.
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A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning.

Kittinger, JN, Koehn, JZ, Le Cornu, E, Ban, NC, Gopnik, M, Armsby, M, Brooks, C, Carr, MH, Cinner, JE, Cravens, A, D’Iorio, M, Erickson, A, Finkbeiner, EM, Foley, MM, Fujita, R, Gelcich, S, Martin, KS, Prahler, E, Reineman, DR, Shackeroff, J, White, C, Caldwell, MR and Crowder, LB (2014). A practical approach for putting people in ecosystem-based ocean planning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(8): 448-456.
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Large-scale spatial variation in epilithic algal matrix cryptofaunal assemblages on the Great Barrier Reef.

Kramer, MJ, Bellwood, DR and Bellwood, O (2014). Large-scale spatial variation in epilithic algal matrix cryptofaunal assemblages on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Biology 161(9): 2183-2190.
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Benthic Crustacea on coral reefs: a quantitative survey.

Kramer, MJ, Bellwood, DR and Bellwood, O (2014). Benthic Crustacea on coral reefs: a quantitative survey. Marine Ecology Progress Series 511: 105-116.
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Antioxidant plasticity and thermal sensitivity in four types of Symbiodinium sp.

Krueger, T, Becker, S, Pontasch, S, Dove, S, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Leggat, W, Fisher, PL and Davy, SK (2014). Antioxidant plasticity and thermal sensitivity in four types of Symbiodinium sp. Journal of Phycology 50(6): 1035-1047.
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What spatial scales are believable for climate model projections of sea surface temperature?

Kwiatkowski, L, Halloran, PR, Mumby, PJ and Stephenson, DB (2014). What spatial scales are believable for climate model projections of sea surface temperature? Climate Dynamics 43(5-6): 1483-1496.
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Scuba diving damage and intensity of tourist activities increases coral disease prevalence.

Lamb, JB, True, JD, Piromvaragorn, S and Willis, BL (2014). Scuba diving damage and intensity of tourist activities increases coral disease prevalence. Biological Conservation178: 88-96.
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apacity for short-term physiological acclimation to light does not control the lower depth distributions of branching corals.

Langlois, LA and Hoogenboom, MO (2014). Capacity for short-term physiological acclimation to light does not control the lower depth distributions of branching corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 508: 149-162.
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Status-dependent foraging behaviour in coral reef wrasses.

Layton, C and Fulton, CJ (2014). Status-dependent foraging behaviour in coral reef wrasses. Coral Reefs 33(2): 345-349.
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Return to ‘a new normal’: discourses of resilience to natural disasters in Australian newspapers 2006-2010.

Leitch, AM and Bohensky, EL (2014). Return to ‘a new normal’: discourses of resilience to natural disasters in Australian newspapers 2006-2010. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 26: 14-26.
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Onset and establishment of diazotrophs and other bacterial associates in the early life history stages of the coral Acropora millepora.

Lema, KA, Bourne, DG and Willis, BL (2014). Onset and establishment of diazotrophs and other bacterial associates in the early life history stages of the coral Acropora millepora. Molecular Ecology 23(19): 4682-4695.
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Amplicon pyrosequencing reveals spatial and temporal consistency in diazotroph assemblages of the Acropora millepora microbiome.

Lema, KA, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2014). Amplicon pyrosequencing reveals spatial and temporal consistency in diazotroph assemblages of the Acropora millepora microbiome. Environmental Microbiology 16(10): 3345-3359.
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Temperature and food availability affect risk assessment in an ectotherm.

Lienart, GDH, Mitchell, MD, Ferrari, MCO and McCormick, MI (2014). Temperature and food availability affect risk assessment in an ectotherm. Animal Behaviour 89: 199-204.
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Mitochondrial genome rearrangements in the Scleractinia/Corallimorpharia complex: implications for coral phylogeny.

Lin, M-F, Kitahara, MV, Luo, H, Tracey, D, Geller, J, Fukami, H, Miller, DJ and Chen, CA (2014). Mitochondrial genome rearrangements in the Scleractinia/Corallimorpharia complex: implications for coral phylogeny. Genome Biology and Evolution 6(5): 1086-1095.
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High-precision U-Th dating of storm-transported coral blocks on Frankland Islands, northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Liu, ET, Zhao, JX, Clark, TR, Feng, YX, Leonard, ND, Markham, HL and Pandolfi, JM (2014). High-precision U-Th dating of storm-transported coral blocks on Frankland Islands, northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414: 68-78.
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Early life history and fisheries oceanography: new questions in a changing world.

Llopiz, JK, Cowen, RK, Hauff, MJ, Ji, R, Munday, PL, Muhling, BA, Peck, MA, Richardson, DE, Sogard, S and Sponaugle, S (2014). Early life history and fisheries oceanography: new questions in a changing world. Oceanography 27(4): 26-41.
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Lionfish predators use flared fin displays to initiate cooperative hunting.

Lönnstedt, OM, Ferrari, MCO and Chivers, DP (2014). Lionfish predators use flared fin displays to initiate cooperative hunting. Biology Letters 10(6): 20140281.
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Habitat bleaching disrupts threat responses and persistence in anemonefish.

Lönnstedt, OM and Frisch, AJ (2014). Habitat bleaching disrupts threat responses and persistence in anemonefish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 517: 265-270.
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Habitat degradation is threatening reef replenishment by making fish fearless.

Lönnstedt, OM, McCormick, MI, Chivers, DP and Ferrari, MCO (2014). Habitat degradation is threatening reef replenishment by making fish fearless. Journal of Animal Ecology 83(5): 1178-1185.
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Perspectives on massive coral growth rates in a changing ocean.

Lough, JM and Cantin, NE (2014). Perspectives on massive coral growth rates in a changing ocean. Biological Bulletin 226(3): 187-202.
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Evidence for suppressed mid-Holocene northeastern Australian monsoon variability from coral luminescence.

Lough, JM, Llewellyn, LE, Lewis, SE, Turney, CSM, Palmer, JG, Cook, CG and Hogg, AG (2014). Evidence for suppressed mid-Holocene northeastern Australian monsoon variability from coral luminescence. Paleoceanography 29(6): 581-594.
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Variation in elemental stoichiometry and RNA:DNA in four phyla of benthic organisms from coral reefs.

Lovelock, CE, Reef, R and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Variation in elemental stoichiometry and RNA:DNA in four phyla of benthic organisms from coral reefs. Functional Ecology 28(5): 1299-1309.
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Simultaneous determination of coenzyme Q and plastoquinone redox states in the coral-Symbiodinium symbiosis during thermally induced bleaching.

Lutz, A, Motti, CA, Freckelton, ML, van Oppen, MJH, Miller, DJ and Dunlap, WC (2014). Simultaneous determination of coenzyme Q and plastoquinone redox states in the coral-Symbiodinium symbiosis during thermally induced bleaching. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 455: 1-6.
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Mechanical vulnerability explains size-dependent mortality of reef corals.

Madin, JS, Baird, AH, Dornelas, M and Connolly, SR (2014). Mechanical vulnerability explains size-dependent mortality of reef corals. Ecology Letters 17(8): 1008-1015.
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The reproductive biology of the scleractinian coral Plesiastrea versipora, in Sydney Harbour.

Madsen, A, Madin, JS, Tan, CH and Baird, AH (2014). The reproductive biology of the scleractinian coral Plesiastrea versipora, in Sydney Harbour. Sexuality and Early Development in Aquatic Organisms 1: 25-33.
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Integrating connectivity and climate change into marine conservation planning.

Magris, RA, Pressey, RL, Weeks, R and Ban, NC (2014). Integrating connectivity and climate change into marine conservation planning. Biological Conservation 170: 207-221.
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Social learning of predators by coral reef fish: does observer number influence acquisition of information?

Manassa, RP, McCormick, MI, Dixson, DL, Ferrari, MCO and Chivers, DP (2014). Social learning of predators by coral reef fish: does observer number influence acquisition of information? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68(8): 1237-1244.
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Biogeography and change among regional coral communities across the western Indian Ocean.

McClanahan, TR, Ateweberhan, M, Darling, ES, Graham, NAJ and Muthiga, NA (2014). Biogeography and change among regional coral communities across the western Indian Ocean. PLoS ONE 9(4): e93385.
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Perceived benefits of fisheries management restrictions in Madagascar.

McClanahan, TR, Cinner, JE, Abunge, C, Rabearisoa, A, Mahatante, P, Ramahatratra, F and Andrianarivelo, N (2014). Perceived benefits of fisheries management restrictions in Madagascar. Ecology and Society 19(1): 5.
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Coral reefs in a crystal ball: predicting the future from the vulnerability of corals and reef fishes to multiple stressors.

McClanahan, TR, Graham, NA and Darling, ES (2014). Coral reefs in a crystal ball: predicting the future from the vulnerability of corals and reef fishes to multiple stressors. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 59-64.
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Rapid, high-precision measurements of boron isotopic compositions in marine carbonates.

McCulloch, MT, Holcomb, M, Rankenburg, K and Trotter, JA (2014). Rapid, high-precision measurements of boron isotopic compositions in marine carbonates. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 28(24): 2704-2712.
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Ensuring survival: oceans, climate and security.

Mendler de Suarez, J, Cicin-Sain, B, Wowk, K, Payet, R and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Ensuring survival: oceans, climate and security. Ocean and Coastal Management 90: 27-37.
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Experimental evaluation of diversity-productivity relationships in a coral reef fish assemblage.

Messmer, V, Blowes, SA, Jones, GP and Munday, PL (2014). Experimental evaluation of diversity-productivity relationships in a coral reef fish assemblage. Oecologia 176(1): 237-249.
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High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs.

Micheli, F, Mumby, PJ, Brumbaugh, DR, Broad, K, Dahlgren, CP, Harborne, AR, Holmes, KE, Kappel, CV, Litvin, SY and Sanchirico, JN (2014). High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs. Biological Conservation171: 186-194.
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Eocene-miocene shallow-water carbonate platforms and increased habitat diversity in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Mihaljević, M, Renema, W, Welsh, K and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Eocene-miocene shallow-water carbonate platforms and increased habitat diversity in Sarawak, Malaysia. Palaios 29(7): 378-391.
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Studies of no-take marine reserves: methods for differentiating reserve and habitat effects.

Miller, KI and Russ, GR (2014). Studies of no-take marine reserves: methods for differentiating reserve and habitat effects. Ocean and Coastal Management 96: 51-60.
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Linking regional planning and local action: towards using social network analysis in systematic conservation planning.

Mills, M, Alvarez-Romero, JG, Vance-Borland, K, Cohen, P, Pressey, RL, Guerrero, AM and Ernstson, H (2014). Linking regional planning and local action: towards using social network analysis in systematic conservation planning. Biological Conservation 169: 6-13.
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Li/Mg systematics in scleractinian corals: calibration of the thermometer.

Montagna, P, McCulloch, M, Douville, E, Correa, ML, Trotter, J, Rodolfo-Metalpa, R, Dissard, D, Ferrier-Pages, C, Frank, N, Freiwald, A, Goldstein, S, Mazzoli, C, Reynaud, S, Ruggeberg, A, Russo, S and Taviani, M (2014). Li/Mg systematics in scleractinian corals: calibration of the thermometer. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 132: 288-310.
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Does genetic distance between parental species influence outcomes of hybridization among coral reef butterflyfishes?

Montanari, SR, Hobbs, JA, Pratchett, MS, Bay, LK and Van Herwerden, L (2014). Does genetic distance between parental species influence outcomes of hybridization among coral reef butterflyfishes? Molecular Ecology 23(11): 2757-2770.
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Functional over-redundancy and high functional vulnerability in global fish faunas on tropical reefs.

Mouillot, D, Villéger, S, Parravicini, V, Kulbicki, M, Arias-González, JE, Bender, M, Chabanet, P, Floeter, SR, Friedlander, A, Vigliola, L and Bellwood, DR (2014). Functional over-redundancy and high functional vulnerability in global fish faunas on tropical reefs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America111(38): 13757-13762.
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Rapid acclimation of juvenile corals to CO2-mediated acidification by upregulation of heat shock protein and Bcl-2 genes.

Moya, A, Huisman, L, Forêt, S, Gattuso, JP, Hayward, DC, Ball, EE and Miller, DJ (2014). Rapid acclimation of juvenile corals to CO2-mediated acidification by upregulation of heat shock protein and Bcl-2 genes. Molecular Ecology 24(2): 438-452.
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Ecological resilience, robustness and vulnerability: how do these concepts benefit ecosystem management?

Mumby, PJ, Chollett, I, Bozec, YM and Wolff, NH (2014). Ecological resilience, robustness and vulnerability: how do these concepts benefit ecosystem management? Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 22-27.
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Consequences of ecological, evolutionary and biogeochemical uncertainty for coral reef responses to climatic stress.

Mumby, PJ and van Woesik, R (2014). Consequences of ecological, evolutionary and biogeochemical uncertainty for coral reef responses to climatic stress. Current Biology24(10): R413-R423.
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Operationalizing the resilience of coral reefs in an era of climate change.

Mumby, PJ, Wolff, NH, Bozec, YM, Chollett, I and Halloran, P (2014). Operationalizing the resilience of coral reefs in an era of climate change. Conservation Letters 7(3): 176-187.
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Transgenerational acclimation of fishes to climate change and ocean acidification.

Munday, PL (2014). Transgenerational acclimation of fishes to climate change and ocean acidification. F1000Prime Reports 6: 99.
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Behavioural impairment in reef fishes caused by ocean acidification at CO2 seeps.

Munday, PL, Cheal, AJ, Dixson, DL, Rummer, JL and Fabricius, KE (2014). Behavioural impairment in reef fishes caused by ocean acidification at CO2 seeps. Nature Climate Change 4(6): 487-492.
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Response to ‘The importance of accurate CO2 dosing and measurement in ocean acidification studies’.

Munday, PL, Watson, S-A, Chung, W-S, Marshall, NJ and Nilsson, GE (2014). Response to ‘The importance of accurate CO2 dosing and measurement in ocean acidification studies’. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(10): 1828-1829.
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Discontinuities, cross-scale patterns, and the organization of ecosystems.

Nash, KL, Allen, CR, Angeler, DG, Barichievy, C, Eason, T, Garmestani, AS, Graham, NAJ, Granholm, D, Knutson, M, Nelson, RJ, Nystrom, M, Stow, CA and Sundstrom, SM (2014). Discontinuities, cross-scale patterns, and the organization of ecosystems. Ecology 95(3): 654-667.
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Habitat structure and body size distributions: cross-ecosystem comparison for taxa with determinate and indeterminate growth.

Nash, KL, Allen, CR, Barichievy, C, Nystrom, M, Sundstrom, SM and Graham, NA (2014). Habitat structure and body size distributions: cross-ecosystem comparison for taxa with determinate and indeterminate growth. Oikos 123: 971-983.
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Foraging in corallivorous butterflyfish varies with wave exposure.

Noble, MM, Pratchett, MS, Coker, DJ, Cvitanovic, C and Fulton, CJ (2014). Foraging in corallivorous butterflyfish varies with wave exposure. Coral Reefs 33(2): 351-361.
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Habitat and body size effects on the isotopic niche space of invasive lionfish and endangered Nassau grouper.

O’Farrell, S, Bearhop, S, McGill, RAR, Dahlgren, CP, Brumbaugh, DR and Mumby, PJ (2014). Habitat and body size effects on the isotopic niche space of invasive lionfish and endangered Nassau grouper. Ecosphere 5(10): 123.
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Effects of ocean acidification on population dynamics and community structure of crustose coralline algae.

Ordoñez, A, Doropoulos, C and Diaz-Pulido, G (2014). Effects of ocean acidification on population dynamics and community structure of crustose coralline algae. Biological Bulletin 226(3): 255-268.
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Global disparity in the ecological benefits of reducing carbon emissions for coral reefs.

Ortiz, JC, Bozec, Y-M, Wolff, NH, Doropoulos, C and Mumby, PJ (2014). Global disparity in the ecological benefits of reducing carbon emissions for coral reefs. Nature Climate Change 4(12): 1090-1094.
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An ecosystem-level perspective on the host and symbiont traits needed to mitigate climate change impacts on Caribbean coral reefs.

Ortiz, JC, González-Rivero, M and Mumby, PJ (2014). An ecosystem-level perspective on the host and symbiont traits needed to mitigate climate change impacts on Caribbean coral reefs. Ecosystems 17(1): 1-13.
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Gaining insights from past reefs to inform understanding of coral reef response to global climate change.

Pandolfi, JM and Kiessling, W (2014). Gaining insights from past reefs to inform understanding of coral reef response to global climate change. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 52-58.
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Novelty trumps loss in global biodiversity.

Pandolfi, JM and Lovelock, CE (2014). Novelty trumps loss in global biodiversity. Science 344(6181): 266-267.
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Global mismatch between species richness and vulnerability of reef fish assemblages.

Parravicini, V, Villéger, S, McClanahan, TR, Ernesto Arias-González, J, Bellwood, DR, Belmaker, J, Chabanet, P, Floeter, SR, Friedlander, AM, Guilhaumon, F, Vigliola, L, Kulbicki, M and Mouillot, D (2014). Global mismatch between species richness and vulnerability of reef fish assemblages. Ecology Letters 17(9): 1101-1110.
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Estimating the potential impact of entry fees for marine parks on dive tourism in South East Asia.

Pascoe, S, Doshi, A, Thebaud, O, Thomas, CR, Schuttenberg, HZ, Heron, SF, Setiasih, N, Tan, JCH, True, J, Wallmo, K, Loper, C and Calgaro, E (2014). Estimating the potential impact of entry fees for marine parks on dive tourism in South East Asia. Marine Policy 47: 147-152.
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Quaternary coral reef refugia preserved fish diversity.

Pellissier, L, Leprieur, F, Parravicini, V, Cowman, PF, Kulbicki, M, Litsios, G, Olsen, SM, Wisz, MS, Bellwood, DR and Mouillot, D (2014). Quaternary coral reef refugia preserved fish diversity. Science 344(6187): 1016-1019.
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Changing dynamics of Caribbean reef carbonate budgets: emergence of reef bioeroders as critical controls on present and future reef growth potential.

Perry, CT, Murphy, GN, Kench, PS, Edinger, EN, Smithers, SG, Steneck, RS and Mumby, PJ (2014). Changing dynamics of Caribbean reef carbonate budgets: emergence of reef bioeroders as critical controls on present and future reef growth potential. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20142018.
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Using MODIS data for mapping of water types within river plumes in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: towards the production of river plume risk maps for reef and seagrass ecosystems.

Petus, C, da Silva, ET, Devlin, M, Wenger, AS and Alvarez-Romero, JG (2014). Using MODIS data for mapping of water types within river plumes in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: towards the production of river plume risk maps for reef and seagrass ecosystems. Journal of Environmental Management 137: 163-177.
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Right tools for the task: intraspecific modality in the swimming behaviour of coral reef fishes.

Pink, JR and Fulton, CJ (2014). Right tools for the task: intraspecific modality in the swimming behaviour of coral reef fishes. Marine Biology 161(5): 1103-1111.
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Intraspecific variation in physiological condition of reef-building corals associated with differential levels of chronic disturbance.

Pisapia, C, Anderson, K and Pratchett, MS (2014). Intraspecific variation in physiological condition of reef-building corals associated with differential levels of chronic disturbance. PLoS ONE 9(3): e91529.
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Spatial variation in background mortality among dominant coral taxa on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Pisapia, C and Pratchett, MS (2014). Spatial variation in background mortality among dominant coral taxa on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 9(6): e100969.
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Sediment and turbidity associated with offshore dredging increase coral disease prevalence on nearby reefs.

Pollock, FJ, Lamb, JB, Field, SN, Heron, SF, Schaffelke, B, Shedrawi, G, Bourne, DG and Willis, BL (2014). Sediment and turbidity associated with offshore dredging increase coral disease prevalence on nearby reefs. PLoS ONE 9(7): e102498.
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Abundance and morphology of virus-like particles associated with the coral Acropora hyacinthus differ between healthy and white syndrome-infected states.

Pollock, FJ, M. Wood-Charlson, E, van Oppen, MJH, Bourne, DG, Willis, BL and Weynberg, KD (2014). Abundance and morphology of virus-like particles associated with the coral Acropora hyacinthus differ between healthy and white syndrome-infected states. Marine Ecology Progress Series 510: 39-43.
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Symbiodinium diversity in the sea anemone Entacmaea quadricolor on the east Australian coast.

Pontasch, S, Scott, A, Hill, R, Bridge, T, Fisher, PL and Davey, SK (2014). Symbiodinium diversity in the sea anemone Entacmaea quadricolor on the east Australian coast. Coral Reefs 33: 537–542.
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Who wins in the battle for space? The importance of priority, behavioural history and size.

Poulos, DE and McCormick, MI (2014). Who wins in the battle for space? The importance of priority, behavioural history and size. Animal Behaviour 90: 305-314.
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Reef degradation and the loss of critical ecosystem goods and services provided by coral reef fishes.

Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS and Wilson, SK (2014). Reef degradation and the loss of critical ecosystem goods and services provided by coral reef fishes. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7: 37-43.
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Abundance, diversity, and feeding behavior of coral reef butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island.

Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS, Cvitanovic, C, Hobbs, J-PA and Fulton, CJ (2014). Abundance, diversity, and feeding behavior of coral reef butterflyfishes at Lord Howe Island. Ecology and Evolution 4(18): 3612-3625.
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Deep-sequencing method for quantifying background abundances of Symbiodinium types: exploring the rare Symbiodinium biosphere in reef-building corals.

Quigley, KM, Davies, SW, Kenkel, CD, Willis, BL, Matz, MV and Bay, LK (2014). Deep-sequencing method for quantifying background abundances of Symbiodinium types: exploring the rare Symbiodinium biosphere in reef-building corals. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94297.
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A unique mode of tissue oxygenation and the adaptive radiation of teleost fishes.

Randall, DJ, Rummer, JL, Wilson, JM, Wang, S and Brauner, CJ (2014). A unique mode of tissue oxygenation and the adaptive radiation of teleost fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(8): 1205-1214.
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Relative roles of endolithic algae and carbonate chemistry variability in the skeletal dissolution of crustose coralline algae.

Reyes-Nivia, C, Diaz-Pulido, G and Dove, S (2014). Relative roles of endolithic algae and carbonate chemistry variability in the skeletal dissolution of crustose coralline algae. Biogeosciences 11(17): 4615-4626.
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Size-related variation in arm damage frequency in the crown-of-thorns sea star, Acanthaster planci.

Rivera-Posada, J, Caballes, C and Pratchett, M (2014). Size-related variation in arm damage frequency in the crown-of-thorns sea star, Acanthaster planci. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine 2(3): 187-195.
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Osmotic shock as alternative method to control Acanthaster planci.

Rivera-Posada, J and Owens, L (2014). Osmotic shock as alternative method to controlAcanthaster planci. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine 2(2): 99-106.
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Bile salts and the single-shot lethal injection method for killing crown-of-thorns sea stars (Acanthaster planci).

Rivera-Posada, J, Pratchett, MS, Aguilar, C, Grand, A and Caballes, CF (2014). Bile salts and the single-shot lethal injection method for killing crown-of-thorns sea stars (Acanthaster planci). Ocean and Coastal Management 102: 383-390.
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How robust are estimates of coral reef shark depletion?

Rizzari, J, Frisch, AJ and Connolly, SR (2014). How robust are estimates of coral reef shark depletion? Biological Conservation 176: 39-47.
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Not worth the risk: apex predators suppress herbivory on coral reefs.

Rizzari, J, Frisch, AJ, Hoey, AS and McCormick, MI (2014). Not worth the risk: apex predators suppress herbivory on coral reefs. Oikos 123(7): 829-836.
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Cooperative hunting and gregarious behaviour in the zebra lionfish, Dendrochirus zebra.

Rizzari, JR and Löennstedt, OM (2014). Cooperative hunting and gregarious behaviour in the zebra lionfish, Dendrochirus zebra. Marine Biodiversity 44(4): 467-468.
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Diversity, abundance, and distribution of reef sharks on outer-shelf reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Rizzari, JR, Frisch, AJ and Magnenat, KA (2014). Diversity, abundance, and distribution of reef sharks on outer-shelf reefs of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Biology 161(12): 2847-2855.
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The influence of fisher knowledge on the susceptibility of reef fish aggregations to fishing.

Robinson, J, Cinner, JE and Graham, NAJ (2014). The influence of fisher knowledge on the susceptibility of reef fish aggregations to fishing. PLoS ONE 9(3): e91296.
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Unsteady flow affects swimming energetics in a labriform fish (Cymatogaster aggregata).

Roche, DG, Taylor, MK, Binning, SA, Johansen, JL, Domenici, P and Steffensen, JF (2014). Unsteady flow affects swimming energetics in a labriform fish (Cymatogaster aggregata). Journal of Experimental Biology 217(3): 414-422.
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Thermally tolerant corals have limited capacity to acclimatize to future warming.

Rodolfo-Metalpa, R, Hoogenboom, MO, Rottier, C, Ramos-Esplá, A, Baker, AC, Fine, M and Ferrier-Pagès, C (2014). Thermally tolerant corals have limited capacity to acclimatize to future warming. Global Change Biology 20(10): 3036-3049.
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Coral luminescence identifies the Pacific decadal oscillation as a primary driver of river runoff variability impacting the southern Great Barrier Reef.

Rodriguez-Ramirez, A, Grove, CA, Zinke, J, Pandolfi, JM and Zhao, J-x (2014). Coral luminescence identifies the Pacific decadal oscillation as a primary driver of river runoff variability impacting the southern Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 9(1): e84305.
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Porites and the Phoenix effect: unprecedented recovery after a mass coral bleaching event at Rangiroa Atoll, French Polynesia.

Roff, G, Bejarano, S, Bozec, YM, Nugues, M, Steneck, RS and Mumby, PJ (2014). Porites and the Phoenix effect: unprecedented recovery after a mass coral bleaching event at Rangiroa Atoll, French Polynesia. Marine Biology 161(6): 1385-1393.
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Vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to a loss of structural complexity.

Rogers, A, Blanchard, JL and Mumby, PJ (2014). Vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to a loss of structural complexity. Current Biology 24(9): 1000-1005.
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Early transcriptional changes in the reef-building coral Acropora aspera in response to thermal and nutrient stress.

Rosic, N, Kaniewska, P, Chan, CK, Ling, EYS, Edwards, D, Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Early transcriptional changes in the reef-building coral Acropora aspera in response to thermal and nutrient stress. BMC Genomics 15: 1052.
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Relationships between pair formation, site fidelity and sex in a coral reef cardinalfish.

Rueger, T, Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2014). Relationships between pair formation, site fidelity and sex in a coral reef cardinalfish. Behavioural Processes 107: 119-126.
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Life on the edge: thermal optima for aerobic scope of equatorial reef fishes are close to current day temperatures.

Rummer, JL, Couturier, CS, Stecyk, JAW, Gardiner, NM, Kinch, JP, Nilsson, GE and Munday, PL (2014). Life on the edge: thermal optima for aerobic scope of equatorial reef fishes are close to current day temperatures. Global Change Biology 20(4): 1055-1066.
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Function and control of the fish secondary vascular system, a contrast to mammalian lymphatic systems.

Rummer, JL, Wang, S, Steffensen, JF and Randall, DJ (2014). Function and control of the fish secondary vascular system, a contrast to mammalian lymphatic systems. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(5): 751-757.
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The apoptotic initiator caspase-8: functional ubiquity and genetic diversity during animal evolution.

Sakamaki, K, Shimizu, K, Iwata, H, Imai, K-I, Satou, Y, Funayama, N, Nozaki, M, Yajima, M, Nishimura, O, Higuchi, M, Chiba, K, Yoshimoto, M, Kimura, H, Gracey, A, Shimizu, T, Tomii, K, Gotoh, O, Akasaka, T, Sawasaki, T and Miller, D (2014). The apoptotic initiator caspase-8: functional ubiquity and genetic diversity during animal evolution. Molecular Biology and Evolution 31: 3282-3301.
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Transforming management of tropical coastal seas to cope with challenges of the 21st century.

Sale, PF, Agardy, T, Ainsworth, CH, Feist, BE, Bell, JD, Christie, P, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Mumby, PJ, Feary, DA, Saunders, MI, Daw, TM, Foale, SJ, Levin, PS, Lindeman, KC, Lorenzen, K, Pomeroy, RS, Allison, EH, Bradbury, RH, Corrin, J, Edwards, AJ, Obura, DO, Sadovy de Mitcheson, YJ, Samoilys, MA and Sheppard, CRC (2014). Transforming management of tropical coastal seas to cope with challenges of the 21st century. Marine Pollution Bulletin 85(1): 8-23.
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Interdependency of tropical marine ecosystems in response to climate change.

Saunders, MI, Leon, JX, Callaghan, DP, Roelfsema, CM, Hamylton, S, Brown, CJ, Baldock, T, Golshani, A, Phinn, SR, Lovelock, CE, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Woodroffe, CD and Mumby, PJ (2014). Interdependency of tropical marine ecosystems in response to climate change. Nature Climate Change 4(8): 724-729.
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Kinetic and metabolic isotope effects in coral skeletal carbon isotopes: a re-evaluation using experimental coral bleaching as a case study.

Schoepf, V, Levas, SJ, Rodrigues, LJ, McBride, MO, Aschaffenburg, MD, Matsui, Y, Warner, ME, Hughes, AD and Grottoli, AG (2014). Kinetic and metabolic isotope effects in coral skeletal carbon isotopes: a re-evaluation using experimental coral bleaching as a case study. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 146: 164-178.
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Short-term coral bleaching is not recorded by skeletal boron isotopes.

Schoepf, V, McCulloch, MT, Warner, ME, Levas, SJ, Matsui, Y, Aschaffenburg, MD and Grottoli, AG (2014). Short-term coral bleaching is not recorded by skeletal boron isotopes. PLoS ONE 9(11): 0112011.
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Interactions between filamentous turf algae and coralline algae are modified under ocean acidification.

Short, J, Kendrick, GA, Falter, J and McCulloch, MT (2014). Interactions between filamentous turf algae and coralline algae are modified under ocean acidification. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 456: 70-77.
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Long-distance dispersal via ocean currents connects Omani clownfish populations throughout entire species range.

Simpson, SD, Harrison, HB, Claereboudt, MR and Planes, S (2014). Long-distance dispersal via ocean currents connects Omani clownfish populations throughout entire species range. PLoS ONE 9(9): e107610.
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Trait-mediated environmental filtering drives assembly at biogeographic transition zones.

Sommer, B, Harrison, PL, Beger, M and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Trait-mediated environmental filtering drives assembly at biogeographic transition zones. Ecology 95(4): 1000-1009.
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Aerobic vs. anaerobic scope: sibling species of fish indicate that temperature dependence of hypoxia tolerance can predict future survival.

Sorensen, C, Munday, PL and Nilsson, GE (2014). Aerobic vs. anaerobic scope: sibling species of fish indicate that temperature dependence of hypoxia tolerance can predict future survival. Global Change Biology 20(3): 724-729.
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Projected near-future CO2 levels increase activity and alter defensive behaviours in the tropical squid Idiosepius pygmaeus.

Spady, BL, Watson, S-A, Chase, TJ and Munday, PL (2014). Projected near-future CO2 levels increase activity and alter defensive behaviours in the tropical squid Idiosepius pygmaeus. Biology Open 3(11): 1063-1070.
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Prolonged instability prior to a regime shift.

Spanbauer, TL, Allen, CR, Angeler, DG, Eason, T, Fritz, SC, Garmestani, AS, Nash, KL and Stone, JR (2014). Prolonged instability prior to a regime shift. PLoS ONE 9(10): e108936.
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Maternally transmitted isotopes and their effects on larval fish: a validation of dual isotopic marks within a meta-analysis context.

Starrs, D, Davis, JT, Schlaefer, J, Ebner, BC, Eggins, SM and Fulton, CJ (2014). Maternally transmitted isotopes and their effects on larval fish: a validation of dual isotopic marks within a meta-analysis context. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71(3): 387-397.
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From cooperation to combat: adverse effect of thermal stress in a symbiotic coral-crustacean community.

Stella, JS, Munday, PL, Walker, SPW, Pratchett, MS and Jones, GP (2014). From cooperation to combat: adverse effect of thermal stress in a symbiotic coral-crustacean community. Oecologia 174(4): 1187-1195.
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Experiment mimics fishing on parrotfish: insights on coral reef recovery and alternative attractors.

Steneck, RS, Arnold, SN and Mumby, PJ (2014). Experiment mimics fishing on parrotfish: insights on coral reef recovery and alternative attractors. Marine Ecology Progress Series 506: 115-127.
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An optimal strategy for sampling oocytes in female Balmain Bugs Ibacus peronii leach (Decapoda: Scyllaridae).

Stewart, J, Kennelly, SJ and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). An optimal strategy for sampling oocytes in female Balmain Bugs Ibacus peronii leach (Decapoda: Scyllaridae). Invertebrate Reproduction and Development 28(1): 7-11.
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A new approach to the problem of overlapping values: a case study in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Stoeckl, N, Farr, M, Larson, S, Adams, VM, Kubiszewski, I, Esparon, M and Costanza, R (2014). A new approach to the problem of overlapping values: a case study in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Ecosystem Services 10: 61-78.
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Evolution in an acidifying ocean.

Sunday, JM, Calosi, P, Dupont, S, Munday, PL, Stillman, JH and Reusch, TBH (2014). Evolution in an acidifying ocean. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29(2): 117-125.
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Drivers of protogynous sex change differ across spatial scales.

Taylor, BM (2014). Drivers of protogynous sex change differ across spatial scales. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20132423.
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Life histories predict vulnerability to overexploitation in parrotfishes.

Taylor, BM, Houk, P, Russ, GR and Choat, JH (2014). Life histories predict vulnerability to overexploitation in parrotfishes. Coral Reefs 33(4): 869-878.
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Age-based demographic and reproductive assessment of orangespine Naso lituratus and bluespine Naso unicornis unicornfishes.

Taylor, BM, Rhodes, KL, Marshell, A and McIlwain, JL (2014). Age-based demographic and reproductive assessment of orangespine Naso lituratus and bluespine Naso unicornis unicornfishes. Journal of Fish Biology 85(3): 901-916.
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The past and future of fish consumption: can supplies meet healthy eating recommendations?

Thurstan, RH and Roberts, CM (2014). The past and future of fish consumption: can supplies meet healthy eating recommendations? Marine Pollution Bulletin 89(1-2): 5-11.
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A mid-term analysis of progress toward international biodiversity targets.

Tittensor, DP, Walpole, M, Hill, SLL, Boyce, DG, Britten, GL, Burgess, ND, Butchart, SHM, Leadley, PW, Regan, EC, Alkemade, R, Baumung, R, Bellard, C, Bouwman, L, Bowles-Newark, NJ, Chenery, AM, Cheung, WWL, Christensen, V, Cooper, HD, Crowther, AR, Dixon, MJR, Galli, A, Gaveau, V, Gregory, RD, Gutierrez, NL, Hirsch, TL, Höft, R, Januchowski-Hartley, SR, Karmann, M, Krug, CB, Leverington, FJ, Loh, J, Lojenga, RK, Malsch, K, Marques, A, Morgan, DHW, Mumby, PJ, Newbold, T, Noonan-Mooney, K, Pagad, SN, Parks, BC, Pereira, HM, Robertson, T, Rondinini, C, Santini, L, Scharlemann, JPW, Schindler, S, Sumaila, UR, Teh, LSL, van Kolck, J, Visconti, P and Ye, Y (2014). A mid-term analysis of progress toward international biodiversity targets. Science 346: 241-244.
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A biogeographical history and timeline for the evolution of Australian snapping turtles (Elseya: Chelidae) in Australia and New Guinea.

Todd, EV, Blair, D, Georges, A, Lukoschek, V and Jerry, DR (2014). A biogeographical history and timeline for the evolution of Australian snapping turtles (Elseya: Chelidae) in Australia and New Guinea. Journal of Biogeography 41(5): 905-918.
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Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) diversity in reef-invertebrates along an offshore to inshore reef gradient near Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef.

Tonk, L, Sampayo, EM, LaJeunesse, TC, Schrameyer, V and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2014). Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) diversity in reef-invertebrates along an offshore to inshore reef gradient near Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Phycology 50(3): 552-563.
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Carbon translocation from symbiont to host depends on irradiance and food availability in the tropical coral Stylophora pistillata.

Tremblay, P, Grover, R, Maguer, JF, Hoogenboom, M and Ferrier-Pages, C (2014). Carbon translocation from symbiont to host depends on irradiance and food availability in the tropical coral Stylophora pistillata. Coral Reefs 33(1): 1-13.
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Distribution of sea snakes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: observations from 10 yrs of baited remote underwater video station (BRUVS) sampling.

Udyawer, V, Cappo, M, Simpfendorfer, CA, Heupel, MR and Lukoschek, V (2014). Distribution of sea snakes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: observations from 10 yrs of baited remote underwater video station (BRUVS) sampling. Coral Reefs 33(3): 777-791.
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First-generation fitness consequences of interpopulational hybridisation in a Great Barrier Reef coral and its implications for assisted migration management.

van Oppen, MJH, Puill-Stephan, E, Lundgren, P, De’ath, G and Bay, LK (2014). First-generation fitness consequences of interpopulational hybridisation in a Great Barrier Reef coral and its implications for assisted migration management. Coral Reefs 33(3): 607-611.
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The tropicalization of temperate marine ecosystems: climate-mediated changes in herbivory and community phase shifts.

Vergés, A, Steinberg, PD, Hay, ME, Poore, AGB, Campbell, AH, Ballesteros, E, Heck Jr, KL, Booth, DJ, Coleman, MA, Feary, DA, Figueira, W, Langlois, T, Marzinelli, EM, Mizerek, T, Mumby, PJ, Nakamura, Y, Roughan, M, van Sebille, E, Gupta, AS, Smale, DA, Tomas, F, Wernberg, T and Wilson, SK (2014). The tropicalization of temperate marine ecosystems: climate-mediated changes in herbivory and community phase shifts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281: 20140846.
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A cultural landscape approach to community-based conservation in Solomon Islands.

Walter, RK and Hamilton, RJ (2014). A cultural landscape approach to community-based conservation in Solomon Islands. Ecology and Society 19(4): 41.
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Marine mollusc predator-escape behaviour altered by near-future carbon dioxide levels.

Watson, SA, Lefevre, S, McCormick, MI, Domenici, P, Nilsson, GE and Munday, PL (2014). Marine mollusc predator-escape behaviour altered by near-future carbon dioxide levels. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281(1774).
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Low global sensitivity of metabolic rate to temperature in calcified marine invertebrates.

Watson, S-A, Morley, SA, Bates, AE, Clark, MS, Day, RW, Lamare, M, Martin, SM, Southgate, PC, Tan, KS, Tyler, PA and Peck, LS (2014). Low global sensitivity of metabolic rate to temperature in calcified marine invertebrates. Oecologia 174(1): 45-54.
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Developing marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle: good practices for expanding the Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area System.

Weeks, R, Alino, PM, Atkinson, S, Beldia, P, Binson, A, Campos, WL, Djohani, R, Green, AL, Hamilton, R, Horigue, V, Jumin, R, Kalim, K, Kasasiah, A, Kereseka, J, Klein, C, Laroya, L, Magupin, S, Masike, B, Mohan, C, Pinto, RMD, Vave-Karamui, A, Villanoy, C, Welly, M and White, AT (2014). Developing marine protected area networks in the Coral Triangle: good practices for expanding the Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area System. Coastal Management 42(2): 183-205.
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Ten things to get right for marine conservation planning in the Coral Triangle.

Weeks, R, Pressey, RL, Wilson, JR, Knight, M, Horigue, V, Abesamis, RA, Acosta, R and Jompa, J (2014). Ten things to get right for marine conservation planning in the Coral Triangle. F1000Research 3: 91.
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Effects of elevated CO2 on fish behaviour undiminished by transgenerational acclimation.

Welch, MJ, Watson, S-A, Welsh, JQ, McCormick, MI and Munday, PL (2014). Effects of elevated CO2 on fish behaviour undiminished by transgenerational acclimation. Nature Climate Change 4(12): 1086-1089.
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Herbivorous fishes, ecosystem function and mobile links on coral reefs.

Welsh, JQ and Bellwood, DR (2014). Herbivorous fishes, ecosystem function and mobile links on coral reefs. Coral Reefs 33(2): 303-311.
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Suspended sediment prolongs larval development in a coral reef fish.

Wenger, AS, McCormick, MI, Endo, GGK, McLeod, IM, Kroon, FJ and Jones, GP (2014). Suspended sediment prolongs larval development in a coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 217(7): 1122-1128.
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Habitat dynamics, marine reserve status, and the decline and recovery of coral reef fish communities.

Williamson, DH, Ceccarelli, DM, Evans, RD, Jones, GP and Russ, GR (2014). Habitat dynamics, marine reserve status, and the decline and recovery of coral reef fish communities. Ecology and Evolution 4(4): 337-354.
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Derelict fishing line provides a useful proxy for estimating levels of non-compliance with no-take marine reserves.

Williamson, DH, Ceccarelli, DM, Evans, RD, Hill, JK and Russ, GR (2014). Derelict fishing line provides a useful proxy for estimating levels of non-compliance with no-take marine reserves. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114395.
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Seasonal changes in habitat structure underpin shifts in macroalgae-associated tropical fish communities.

Wilson, SK, Fulton, CJ, Depczynski, M, Holmes, TH, Noble, MM, Radford, B and Tinkler, P (2014). Seasonal changes in habitat structure underpin shifts in macroalgae-associated tropical fish communities. Marine Biology 161(11): 2597-2607.
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Oceanographic and behavioural assumptions in models of the fate of coral and coral reef fish larvae.

Wolanski, E and Kingsford, MJ (2014). Oceanographic and behavioural assumptions in models of the fate of coral and coral reef fish larvae. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11(98): 20140209.
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Impacts of recreational fishing in Australia: historical declines, self-regulation and evidence of an early warning system.

Young, MAL, Foale, S and Bellwood, DR (2014). Impacts of recreational fishing in Australia: historical declines, self-regulation and evidence of an early warning system. Environmental Conservation 41(4): 350-356.
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Is coral richness related to community resistance to and recovery from disturbance?

Zhang, SY, Speare, KE, Long, ZT, McKeever, KA, Gyoerkoe, M, Ramus, AP, Mohorn, Z, Akins, KL, Hambridge, SM, Graham, NAJ, Nash, KL, Selig, ER and Bruno, JF (2014). Is coral richness related to community resistance to and recovery from disturbance? PeerJ 2(1): e308.
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Corals record long-term Leeuwin current variability including Ningaloo Niño/Niña since 1795.

Zinke, J, Rountrey, A, Feng, M, Xie, SP, Dissard, D, Rankenburg, K, Lough, JM and McCulloch, MT (2014). Corals record long-term Leeuwin current variability including Ningaloo Niño/Niña since 1795. Nature Communications 5: 3607.
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Ecosystem-based management of coral reefs and interconnected nearshore tropical habitats.

Kritzer, JP, Hicks, C, Mapstone, BD, Pina-Amargós, F and Sale, PF (2014). Ecosystem-based management of coral reefs and interconnected nearshore tropical habitats. In: Fogerty, M and McCarthy, J. (eds). The Sea, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 369-428 pp.
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Incorporating historical perspectives into systematic marine conservation planning.

Ban, N, Kittinger, J, Pandolfi, J, Pressey, R, Thurstan, R and Hart, S (2014). Incorporating historical perspectives into systematic marine conservation planning. In: Kittinger, JN, McClenachan, L, Gedan, K and Blight, L. (eds). Marine historical ecology in conservation: using the past to manage for the future, University of California Press, 207-233 pp.
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The ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on tropical reefs.

Bonaldo, R, Hoey, AS and Bellwood, DR (2014). The ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on tropical reefs. In: Hughes, R, Hughes, D and Smith, I. (eds). Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, CRC Press, 81-132 pp.
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Pair-formation in coral reef fishes: an ecological perspective.

Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2014). Pair-formation in coral reef fishes: an ecological perspective. In: Hughes, R, Hughes, D and Smith, I. (eds). Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, CRC Press, 1-80 pp.
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Reproductive biology and early life history of the crown-of-thorns starfish.

Caballes, C and Pratchett, M (2014). Reproductive biology and early life history of the crown-of-thorns starfish. In: Witmore, E. (ed). Echinoderms: Ecology, habitats,and reproductive biology, Nova Science Publishers, New York, 101-146 pp.
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Marine protected areas, marine spatial planning, and the resilience of marine ecosystems.

Craig, R and Hughes, T (2014). Marine protected areas, marine spatial planning, and the resilience of marine ecosystems. In: Garmestani, AS and Allen, C. (eds). Social-Ecological Resilience and Law, Columbia University Press, 416 pp.
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The Ocean.

Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Cai, R, Poloczanska, E, Brewer, P, Sundby, S, Hilmi, K, Fabry, V and Jung, S (2014). The Ocean. In: Barros, VR, Field, C, Dokken, D, Mastrandrea, M, Mach, K, Bilir, T, Chatterjee, M, Ebi, K, Estrada, Y, Genova, R, Girma, B, Kissel, E, Levy, A, MacCracken, S, PR, M and White, L. (eds). Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part B: Regional Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, 1655-1731 pp.
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Limits to understanding and managing outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfishes (Acanthaster Spp).

Pratchett, M, Caballes, C, Rivera-Posada, J and Sweatman, H (2014). Limits to understanding and managing outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfishes (Acanthaster Spp). In: Hughes, R, Hughes, D and Smith, I. (eds). Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 133-200 pp.
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Using commercial and recreational fisher knowledge to reconstruct historical catch rates for Queensland pink snapper (Pagrus auratus) and Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson): long-term data for incorporation into future stock assessments.

Thurstan, RH, Buckley, S and Pandolfi, JM (2014). Using commercial and recreational fisher knowledge to reconstruct historical catch rates for Queensland pink snapper (Pagrus auratus) and Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson): long-term data for incorporation into future stock assessments. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 60 pp.

Utilising innovative technology to better understand Spanish mackerel spawning aggregations and the protection offered by marine protected areas.

Tobin, AJ, Heupel, MR, Simpfendorfer, CA, Pandolfi, JM, Thurstan, RH and Buckley, S (2014). Utilising innovative technology to better understand Spanish mackerel spawning aggregations and the protection offered by marine protected areas. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, 70 pp.

Susceptibility of butterflyfish to habitat disturbance: do ‘chaets’ ever prosper?

Wilson, SK, Graham, NAJ and Pratchett, MS (2014). Susceptibility of butterflyfish to habitat disturbance: do ‘chaets’ ever prosper? In: Pratchett, MS, Berumen, ML and Kapoor, BG. (eds). Biology of Butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA, 226-245 pp.
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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Hydrodynamic drivers of sediment transport across a fringing reef.

Bodde, W, Andrew Pomeroy, A, van Dongeren, A, Lowe, R and van Thiel de Vries, J (2014). Hydrodynamic drivers of sediment transport across a fringing reef. In: Lynett, P, (ed). Proceedings of 34th Conference on Coastal Engineering Coastal Engineering Research Council, Seoul, Korea, 14 pp.
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Evaluating the efficacy of Sarawak’s protected areas network for conserving native wildlife.

Lawes, M, Mohd-Azlan, J, Adams, V, Hilton-Taylor, C, Rondinini, C, Visconti, P and Pressey, R (2014). Evaluating the efficacy of Sarawak’s protected areas network for conserving native wildlife. RIMBA3: Sustaining livelihoods through prudent utilization and management of natural resources. Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 134-146 pp.

REPORTS

Global Biodiversity Outlook 4.

Alkemade, R, Balvanera, P, Bellard, C, ten Brink, B, Burgess, N, Ceausu, S, Cheung, W, Christensen, V, Courchamp, F, Gonçalves, B, Januchowski-Hartley, S, Kok, M, van Kolck, J, Krug, C, Lucas, P, Marques, A and Mumby, P, et al (2014). Global Biodiversity Outlook 4. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Montreal, 155 pp.
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Integrated land management planning in the Gilbert River: summary of key land management issues.

Álvarez-Romero, JG and Pressey, B (2014). Integrated land management planning in the Gilbert River: summary of key land management issues. Northern Gulf Resource Management Group, 50 pp.

Red de reservas marinas para la Región de las Grandes Islas, Golfo de California: protocolo del proyecto de planeación y reporte de los talleres del equipo de planeación.

Álvarez-Romero, JG, Suarez, A, Mancha-Cisneros, MM and Torre, J (2014). Red de reservas marinas para la Región de las Grandes Islas, Golfo de California: protocolo del proyecto de planeación y reporte de los talleres del equipo de planeación. Comunidad y Biodiversidad A.C, Guaymas Son, 1-25 pp.

An updated synthesis of the impacts of ocean acidification on marine biodiversity.

Aze, T, Barry, J, Bellerby, R, Brander, L, Byrne, M, Dupont, S, Gattuso, J, Gibbs, S, Hansson, L, Hattam, C, Hauton, C, Havenhand, J, Helge Fossa, J, Kavanagh, C, Kurihara, H, Matear, R, Mark, F, Melzner, F, Munday, P, Niehoff, B, Pearson, P, Rehdanz, K, Tambutte, S, Turley, C, Venn, A, Warnau, M and Young, J (2014). An updated synthesis of the impacts of ocean acidification on marine biodiversity. Montreal, 99 pp.

Solomon Islands: Western Hub scoping report.

Bennett, G, Cohen, P, Schwarz, AM, Rafe, M, Teioli, H and Andrew, N (2014). Solomon Islands: Western Hub scoping report. CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems. Project Report: AAS-2014-14, Penang, Malaysia, 36 pp.

Solomon Islands: Western Province situation analysis.

Bennett, G, Cohen, P, Schwarz, AM, Albert, J, Lawless, S, Paul, C and Hilly, Z (2014).Solomon Islands: Western Province situation analysis. CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems. Project Report: AAS-2014-15, Penang, Malaysia, 51 pp.

An assessment of the impact of GEF and UNDP intervention on protected areas using existing biodiversity outcomes databases in a quasi-experimental evaluation.

Craigie, I, Woodley, S, Barnes, M and Geldman, J (2014). An assessment of the impact of GEF and UNDP intervention on protected areas using existing biodiversity outcomes databases in a quasi-experimental evaluation. GEF/UNDP Evaluation Offices, 90 pp.

Coral health assessment report for the reef restoration project surrounding Pulau Badi, Indonesia.

Hein, H, Lamb, J and Willis, BL (2014). Coral health assessment report for the reef restoration project surrounding Pulau Badi, Indonesia. MARS Symbioscience, 11 pp.

2014 Marine ecological survey of Elizabeth and Middleton Reefs, Lord Howe Commonwealth Marine Reserve.

Hoey, AS, MS, P, Johansen, JL and Hoey, J (2014). 2014 Marine ecological survey of Elizabeth and Middleton Reefs, Lord Howe Commonwealth Marine Reserve. The Department of the Environment, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 101 pp.
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Engaging men and women in community-based resource management processes in Solomon Islands.

Schwarz, A, James, R, Teioli, H, Cohen, P and Morgan, M (2014). Engaging men and women in community-based resource management processes in Solomon Islands. CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems. Case Study: AAS-2014-33, Penang, Malaysia, 12 pp.
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BOOKS

Climate change issues and impacts in the wet tropics NRM cluster region.

Hilbert, DW, Hill, R, Moran, C, Turton, SM, Bohnet, I, Marshall, NA, Pert, PL, Stoeckl, N, Murphy, HT, Reside, AE, Laurance, SGW, Alamgir, M, Coles, R, Crowley, G, Curnock, M, Dale, A, Duke, NC, Esparon, M, Farr, M, Gillet, S, Gooch, M, Fuentes, M, Hamman, M, James, CS, Kroon, FJ, Larson, S, Lyons, P, Marsh, H, Meyer, SD, Sheaves, M and Westcott, DA (2014). Climate change issues and impacts in the wet tropics NRM cluster region. James Cook University, Cairns, 176 pp.
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Progress towards the Aichi biodiversity targets: an assessment of biodiversity trends, policy scenarios and key actions.

Leadley, PW, Krug, CB, Alkemade, R, Pereira, HM, Sumaila, UR, Walpole, M, Marques, A, Newbold, T, Teh, LSL, van Kolck, J, Bellard, C, Januchowski-Hartley, SR and Mumby, PJ (2014). Progress towards the Aichi biodiversity targets: an assessment of biodiversity trends, policy scenarios and key actions. Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity Montreal, QC, Canada, 502 pp.
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Towards reef resilience and sustainable livelihoods: a handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers.

Mumby, PJ, Flower, J, Chollett, I, Box, SJ and Bozec, Y-Mea (2014). Towards reef resilience and sustainable livelihoods: a handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers. University of Exeter, Exeter UK, 172 pp.
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2013 Scientific Publications [348]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Projected near-future levels of temperature and pCO2 reduce coral fertilization success

Albright, R and Mason, B (2013). Projected near-future levels of temperature and pCO2 reduce coral fertilization success. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56468.
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Dispersal of grouper larvae drives local resource sharing in a coral reef fishery

Almany, GR, Hamilton, RJ, Bode, M, Matawai, M, Potuku, T, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Planes, S, Berumen, ML, Rhodes, KL, Thorrold, SR, Russ, GR and Jones, GP (2013). Dispersal of grouper larvae drives local resource sharing in a coral reef fishery. Current Biology 23(7): 626-30.
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Aligning key concepts for global change policy: robustness, resilience, and sustainability

Anderies, JM, Folke, C, Walker, B and Ostrom, E (2013). Aligning key concepts for global change policy: robustness, resilience, and sustainability. Ecology and Society 18(2): 8.
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Low connectivity between Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas: a biophysical modeling approach for the Dusky Grouper Epinephelus marginatus

Andrello, M, Mouillot, D, Beuvier, J, Albouy, C, Thuiller, W and Manel, S (2013). Low connectivity between Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas: a biophysical modeling approach for the Dusky Grouper Epinephelus marginatus. PLoS ONE 8(7): e68564.
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Applications of DNA barcoding to fish landings: authentication and diversity assessment

Ardura, A, Planes, S and Garcia-Vazquez, E (2013). Applications of DNA barcoding to fish landings: authentication and diversity assessment. ZooKeys(365): 49-65.
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Acanthaster planci is a major cause of coral mortality in Indonesia

Baird, AH, Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS, Herdiana, Y and Campbell, SJ (2013). Acanthaster planci is a major cause of coral mortality in Indonesia. Coral Reefs 32(3): 803-812.
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Setting the stage for marine spatial planning: Ecological and social data collation and analyses in Canada’s Pacific waters

Ban, NC, Bodtker, KM, Nicolson, D, Robb, CK, Royle, K and Short, C (2013). Setting the stage for marine spatial planning: Ecological and social data collation and analyses in Canada’s Pacific waters. Marine Policy 39: 11-20.

A social-ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations

Ban, NC, Mills, M, Tam, J, Hicks, CC, Klain, S, Stoeckl, N, Bottrill, MC, Levine, J, Pressey, RL, Satterfield, T and Chan, KMA (2013). A social-ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(4): 194-202.
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Geographic ranges of reef corals (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Scleractinia) in the Indo-Pacific.

Hughes, TP, Connolly, SR and Keith, SA (2013). Geographic ranges of reef corals (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Scleractinia) in the Indo-Pacific. Ecology 94(7): 1659.
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Root effect hemoglobin may have evolved to enhance general tissue oxygen delivery.

Rummer, JL, McKenzie, DJ, Innocenti, A, Supuran, CT and Brauner, CJ (2013). Root effect hemoglobin may have evolved to enhance general tissue oxygen delivery. Science 340(6138): 1327-1329.
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Estimating the financial risks of Andropogon gayanus to greenhouse gas abatement projects in northern Australia

Adams, V and Setterfield, SA (2013). Estimating the financial risks of Andropogon gayanusto greenhouse gas abatement projects in northern Australia. Environmental Research Letters 8: 025018.
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Security and equity of conservation covenants: contradictions of private protected area policies in Australia.

Adams, V and Moon, K (2013). Security and equity of conservation covenants: contradictions of private protected area policies in Australia. Land Use Policy 30: 114-119.
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Contrasts in social and ecological assessments of coral reef health in Melanesia.

Albert, S, Love, M and Brewer, T (2013). Contrasts in social and ecological assessments of coral reef health in Melanesia. Pacific Science 67(3): 409-424.
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Projected climate change and the changing biogeography of coastal Mediterranean fishes.

Albouy, C; Guilhaumon, F; Leprieur, F; Lasram, FBR; Somot, S; Aznar, R; Velez, L; Le Loc’h, F and Mouillot, D (2013). Projected climate change and the changing biogeography of coastal Mediterranean fishes. Journal of Biogeography. 40(3): 534-547.
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Elevated CO2 affects predator-prey interactions through altered performance.

Allan, BJM; Domenici, P; Mccormick, MI; Watson, S-A and Munday, PL (2013). Elevated CO2 affects predator-prey interactions through altered performance. PLoS ONE. 8(3): e58520.
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A novel approach to model exposure of coastal-marine ecosystems to riverine flood plumes based on remote sensing techniques.

Alvarez-Romero, JG; Devlin, M; Teixeira Da Silva, E; Petus, C; Ban, NC; Pressey, RL; Kool, J; Roberts, JJ; Cerdeira-Estrada, S; Wenger, AS and Brodie, J (2013). A novel approach to model exposure of coastal-marine ecosystems to riverine flood plumes based on remote sensing techniques. Journal of Environmental Management. 119: 194-207.
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Marine conservation planning in practice: lessons learned from the Gulf of California.

Alvarez-Romero, JG, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Torre-Cosio, J and Aburto-Oropeza, O (2013). Marine conservation planning in practice: lessons learned from the Gulf of CaliforniaAquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23(4): 483-505.
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Relationships between temperature, bleaching and white syndrome on the Great Barrier Reef.

Ban, SS, Graham, NAJ and Connolly, SR (2013). Relationships between temperature, bleaching and white syndrome on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 32(1): 1-12.
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A unifying approach to understanding transitional waters: fundamental properties emerging from ecotone ecosystems.

Basset, A, Barbone, E, Elliott, M, Li, B-L, Jorgensen, SE, Lucena-Moya, P, Pardo, I and Mouillot, D (2013). A unifying approach to understanding transitional waters: fundamental properties emerging from ecotone ecosystems. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 132: 5-16.
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Multiple environmental factors influence the spatial distribution and structure of reef communities in the northeastern Arabian Peninsula.

Bauman, AG, Feary, DA, Heron, SF, Pratchett, MS and Burt, JA (2013). Multiple environmental factors influence the spatial distribution and structure of reef communities in the northeastern Arabian Peninsula. Marine Pollution Bulletin 72(2): 302-312.
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Variation in the size structure of corals is related to environmental extremes in the Persian Gulf.

Bauman, AG, Pratchett, MS, Baird, AH, Riegl, B, Heron, SF and Feary, DA (2013). Variation in the size structure of corals is related to environmental extremes in the Persian Gulf. Marine Environmental Research 84: 43-50.
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Ecological risk and the exploitation of herbivorous reef fish across Micronesia.

Bejarano, S, Golbuu, Y, Sapolu, T and Mumby, PJ (2013). Ecological risk and the exploitation of herbivorous reef fish across Micronesia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 482: 197-215.
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Mixed responses of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture to climate change.

Bell, JD, Ganachaud, A, Gehrke, PC, Griffiths, SP, Hobday, AJ, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Johnson, JE, Le Borgne, R, Lehodey, P, Lough, JM, Matear, RJ, Pickering, TD, Pratchett, MS, Sen Gupta, A, Senina, I and Waycott, M (2013). Mixed responses of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture to climate change. Nature Climate Change 3(6): 591-599.
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Biogeographic, historical and environmental influences on the taxonomic and functional structure of Atlantic reef fish assemblages.

Bender, MG, Pie, MR, Rezende, EL, Mouillot, D and Floeter, SR (2013). Biogeographic, historical and environmental influences on the taxonomic and functional structure of Atlantic reef fish assemblages. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22(11): 1173-1182.
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Carbonic anhydrases in anthozoan corals – a review

Bertucci, A, Moya, A, Tambutte, S, Allemand, D, Supuran, CT and Zoccola, D (2013). Carbonic anhydrases in anthozoan corals – a review. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 21(6): 1437-1450.
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The status of coral reef ecology research in the Red Sea.

Berumen, ML, Hoey, AS, Bass, WH, Bouwmeester, J, Catania, D, Cochran, JEM, Khalil, MT, Miyake, S, Mughal, MR, Spaet, JLY and Saenz-Agudelo, P (2013). The status of coral reef ecology research in the Red Sea. Coral Reefs 32(3): 737-748.
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Historical patterns of resource exploitation and the status of Papua New Guinea coral reefs.

Berzunza-Sanchez, MM, Cabrera, MdCG and Pandolfi, JM (2013). Historical patterns of resource exploitation and the status of Papua New Guinea coral reefs. Pacific Science 67(3): 425-440.
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Temporal dynamics, residency and site fidelity of spawning aggregations of a herbivorous tropical reef fish Siganus sutor.

Bijoux, JP, Dagorn, L, Berke, G, Cowley, PD, Soria, M, Gaertner, J-C and Robinson, J (2013). Temporal dynamics, residency and site fidelity of spawning aggregations of a herbivorous tropical reef fish Siganus sutor. Marine Ecology Progress Series 475: 233-247.
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The influence of natural cycles on coral reef fish movement: implications for underwater visual census (UVC) surveys

Bijoux, JP, Dagorn, L, Gaertner, JC, Cowley, PD and Robinson, J (2013). The influence of natural cycles on coral reef fish movement: implications for underwater visual census (UVC) surveys. Coral Reefs 32(4): 1135-1140.
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Ectoparasites increase swimming costs in a coral reef fish.

Binning, SA, Roche, DG and Layton, C (2013). Ectoparasites increase swimming costs in a coral reef fish. Biology Letters 9(1): 20120927.
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Heterospecific aggression and dominance in a guild of coral-feeding fishes: the roles of dietary ecology and phylogeny.

Blowes, SA, Pratchett, MS and Connolly, SR (2013). Heterospecific aggression and dominance in a guild of coral-feeding fishes: the roles of dietary ecology and phylogeny. American Naturalist 182(2): 157-168.
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Distributions and habitat associations of the bridled monocle bream Scolopsis bilineatus (Nemipteridae): a demographic approach.

Boaden, AE and Kingsford, MJ (2013). Distributions and habitat associations of the bridled monocle bream Scolopsis bilineatus (Nemipteridae): a demographic approach. Journal of Fish Biology 83(3): 618-641.
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Patterns in household-level engagement with climate change in Indonesia.

Bohensky, EL; Smajgl, A and Brewer, T (2013). Patterns in household-level engagement with climate change in Indonesia. Nature Climate Change. 3: 348-351.
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The conservation status of the world’s reptiles.

Böhm, M; Collen, B; Baillie, JEM; Chanson, J; Cox, N; Hammerson, G; Hoffmann, M; Livingstone, SR; Ram, M; Rhodin, AGJ; Stuart, SN; Van Dijk, PP; Young, B; Afuang, LE; Aghasyan, A; Aguayo, AG; Aguilar, C; Ajtic, R; Akarsu, F; Alencar, LRV; Allison, A; Ananjeva, N; Anderson, S; Andren, C; Ariano-Sanchez, D; Arredondo, JC; Auliya, M; Austin, CC; Avci, A; Bake, RPJ; Barreto-Lima, AF; Barrio-Amoros, CL; Basu, D; Bates, MF; Batistella, A; Bauer, A; Bennett, D; Bohme, W; Broadley, D; Brown, R; Burgess, J; Captain, A; Carreira, S; Castaneda, MR; Castro, F; Catenazzi, A; Cedeno-Vazquez, JR; Chapple, D; Cheylan, M; Cisneros-Heredia , DF; Cogalniceanu, D; Cogger, H; Corti, C; Costa, GC; Couper, PJ; Courtney, T; Crnobrnja-Isailovic, J; Crochet, P-A; Crother, B; Cruz, F; Daltry, J; Daniels, RJR; Das, I; De Silva, A; Diesmos, AC; Dirksen, L; Doan, TM; Dodd, K; Doody, JS; Dorcas, ME; Duarte De Barros Filho, J; Egan, VT; El Mouden, EH; Embert, D; Espinoza, RE; Fallabrino, A; Feng, X; Feng, Z-J; Fitzgerald, L; Flores-Villela, O; Franca, FGR; Frost, D; Gadsden, H; Gamble, T; Ganesh, SR; Garcia, MA; Garcia-Perez, JE; Gatus, J; Gaulke, M; Geniez, P; Georges, A; Gerlach, J; Goldberg, S; Gonzalez, J-CT; Gower, DJ; Grant, T; Greenbaum, E; Grieco, C; Guo, P; Hamilton, AM; Hammerson, G; Hare, K; Hedges, B; Heideman, N; Hilton-Taylor, C; Hitchmough, R; Hoffmann, M; Hollingsworth, B; Hutchinson, M; Ineich, I; Iverson, J; Jaksic, FM; Jenkins, R; Joger, U; Jose, R; Kaska, Y; Kaya, U; Keogh, JS; Kohler, G; Kuchling, G; Kumlutas, Y; Kwet, A; La Marca, E; Lamar, W; Lane, A; Lardner, B; Latta, C; Latta, G; Lau, M; Lavin, P; Lawson, D; Lebreton, M; Lehr, E; Limpus, D; Lipczynski, N; Livingstone, S; Lobo, AS; Lopez-Luna, MA; Luiselli, L; Lukoschek, V; Lundberg, M; Lymberakis, P; Macey, R; Magnusson, WE; Mahler, DL; Malhotra, A; Mariaux, J; Maritz, B; Marques, OaV; Marquez, R; Martins, M; Masterson, G; Mateo, JA; Mathew, R; Mathews, N; Mayer, G; Mccranie, JR; Measey, GJ; Mendoza-Quijano, F; Menegon, M; Metrailler, S; Milton, DA; Montgomery, C; Morato, SaA; Mott, T; Munoz-Alonso, A; Murphy, J; Nguyen, TQ; Nilson, G; Nogueira, C; Nunez, H; Orlov, N; Ota, H; Ottenwalder, J; Papenfuss, T; Pasachnik, S; Passos, P; Pauwels, OSG; Perez-Buitrago, N; Perez-Mellado, V; Pianka, ER; Pleguezuelos, J; Pollock, C; Ponce-Campos, P; Powell, R; Pupin, F; Quintero Diaz, GE; Radder, R; Ramer, J; Rasmussen, AR; Raxworthy, C; Reynolds, R; Richman, N; Rico, EL; Riservato, E; Rivas, G; Rocha, PLB; Rodel, M-O; Rodriguez Schettino, L; Roosenburg, WM; Sadek, R; Sanders, K; Santos-Barrera, G; Schleich, HH; Schmidt, BR; Schmitz, A; Sharifi, M; Shea, G; Shi, H; Shine, R; Sindaco, R; Slimani, T; Somaweera, R; Stafford , P; Stuebing, R; Sweet, S; Sy, E; Temple, H; Tognielli, MF; Tolley, K; Tolson, PJ; Tuniyev, B; Tuniyev, S; Uzum, N; Van Buurt, G; Van Sluys, M; Velasco, A; Vences, M; Vesely, M; Vinke, S; Vinke, T; Vogel, G; Vogrin, M; Vogt, RC; Wearn, OR; Werner, YL; Whiting, MJ; Wiewandt, T; Wilkinson , J; Wilson, B; Wren, S; Zamin, T; Zhou, K and Zug, G (2013). The conservation status of the world’s reptiles. Biological Conservation. 157: 372–385.
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Sharing the slope: depth partitioning of agariciid corals and associated Symbiodinium across shallow and mesophotic habitats (2-60 m) on a Caribbean reef.

Bongaerts, P, Frade, PR, Ogier, JJ, Hay, KB, van Bleijswijk, J, Englebert, N, Vermeij, MJA, Bak, RPM, Visser, PM and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2013). Sharing the slope: depth partitioning of agariciid corals and associated Symbiodinium across shallow and mesophotic habitats (2-60 m) on a Caribbean reef. BMC Evolutionary Biology 13.
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Cyclone damage at mesophotic depths on Myrmidon Reef (GBR).

Bongaerts, P, Muir, P, Englebert, N, Bridge, TCL and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2013). Cyclone damage at mesophotic depths on Myrmidon Reef (GBR). Coral Reefs 32(4): 935-935.
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Resurrection of New Caledonian maskray Neotrygon trigonoides (Myliobatoidei: Dasyatidae) from synonymy with N. kuhlii, based on cytochrome-oxidase I gene sequences and spotting patterns.

Borsa, P, Arlyza, IS, Chen, W-J, Durand, J-D, Meekan, MG and Shen, K-N (2013). Resurrection of New Caledonian maskray Neotrygon trigonoides (Myliobatoidei: Dasyatidae) from synonymy with N. kuhlii, based on cytochrome-oxidase I gene sequences and spotting patterns. Comptes Rendus Biologies 336(4): 221-232.
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Strong intraspecific competition and habitat selectivity influence abundance of a coral-dwelling damselfish.

Bostrom-Einarsson, L, Bonin, MC, Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2013). Strong intraspecific competition and habitat selectivity influence abundance of a coral-dwelling damselfish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 448: 85-92.
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Acidification alters the composition of ammonia-oxidizing microbial assemblages in marine mesocosms.

Bowen, JL, Kearns, PJ, Holcomb, M and Ward, BB (2013). Acidification alters the composition of ammonia-oxidizing microbial assemblages in marine mesocosms. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492: 1-8.
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Reciprocal facilitation and non-linearity maintain habitat engineering on coral reefs.

Bozec, Y-M, Yakob, L, Bejarano, S and Mumby, PJ (2013). Reciprocal facilitation and non-linearity maintain habitat engineering on coral reefs. Oikos 122(3): 428-440.
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More analytical bite in estimating targets for shark harvest.

Bradshaw, CJA, Field, IC, McMahon, CR, Johnson, GJ, Meekan, MG and Buckworth, RC (2013). More analytical bite in estimating targets for shark harvest. Marine Ecology Progress Series 488: 221-232.
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Morphology, sociality, and ecology: can morphology predict pairing behavior in coral reef fishes?

Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2013). Morphology, sociality, and ecology: can morphology predict pairing behavior in coral reef fishes? Coral Reefs 32(3): 835-846.
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Pair formation in the herbivorous rabbitfish Siganus doliatus.

Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2013). Pair formation in the herbivorous rabbitfish Siganus doliatus. Journal of Fish Biology 82(6): 2031-2044.
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Does coastal lagoon habitat quality affect fish growth rate and their recruitment? Insights from fishing and acoustic surveys.

Brehmer, P, Laugier, T, Kantoussan, J, Galgani, F and Mouillot, D (2013). Does coastal lagoon habitat quality affect fish growth rate and their recruitment? Insights from fishing and acoustic surveys. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 126: 1-6.
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Dominant discourses, among fishers and middlemen, of the factors affecting coral reef fish distributions in Solomon Islands.

Brewer, TD (2013). Dominant discourses, among fishers and middlemen, of the factors affecting coral reef fish distributions in Solomon Islands. Marine Policy. 37: 245-253.
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Effects of human population density and proximity to markets on coral reef fishes vulnerable to extinction by fishing.

Brewer, TD, Cinner, JE, Green, A and Pressey, RL (2013). Effects of human population density and proximity to markets on coral reef fishes vulnerable to extinction by fishing. Conservation Biology 27(3): 443-452.
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Commentry: Call to protect all coral reefs.

Bridge, TCL, Hughes, TP, Guinotte, JM and Bongaerts, P (2013). Commentry: Call to protect all coral reefs. Nature Climate Change 3(6): 528-530.
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Prey selectivity affects reproductive success of a corallivorous reef fish.

Brooker RM, Jones GP, Munday PL. (2013). Prey selectivity affects reproductive success of a corallivorous reef fish. Oecologia 172: 409-416.
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Within-colony feeding selectivity by a corallivorous reef fish: foraging to maximize reward?

Brooker, RM, Jones, GP and Munday, PL (2013). Within-colony feeding selectivity by a corallivorous reef fish: foraging to maximize reward? Ecology and Evolution 3(12): 4109-4118.
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Habitat preferences of a corallivorous reef fish: predation risk versus food quality.

Brooker, RM, Munday, PL, McLeod, IM and Jones, GP (2013). Habitat preferences of a corallivorous reef fish: predation risk versus food quality. Coral Reefs 32(3): 613-622.
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Among-sibling differences in the phenotypes of juvenile fish depend on their location within the egg mass and maternal dominance rank.

Burton, T; Hoogenboom, MO; Beevers, ND; Armstrong, JD and Metcalfe, NB (2013). Among-sibling differences in the phenotypes of juvenile fish depend on their location within the egg mass and maternal dominance rank. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 280(1751).
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The role of subsistence fishing in the hybrid economy of an indigenous community.

Busilacchi, S; Russ, GR; Williams, AJ; Sutton, SG and Begg, GA (2013). The role of subsistence fishing in the hybrid economy of an indigenous community. Marine Policy. 37: 183-191.
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Quantifying changes in the subsistence reef fishery of indigenous communities in Torres Strait, Australia.

Busilacchi, S, Russ, GR, Williams, AJ, Begg, GA and Sutton, SG (2013). Quantifying changes in the subsistence reef fishery of indigenous communities in Torres Strait, Australia. Fisheries Research 137: 50-58.
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The impacts of flooding on the high-latitude, terrigenoclastic influenced coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia.

Butler, IR, Sommer, B, Zann, M, Zhao, JX and Pandolfi, JM (2013). The impacts of flooding on the high-latitude, terrigenoclastic influenced coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia. Coral Reefs 32(4): 1149-1163.
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Sea cucumbers in the Seychelles: effects of marine protected areas on high-value species.

Cariglia N, Wilson S, Graham N, Fisher R, Robinson J, Aumeeruddy, R, Quatre, R and Polunin, NVC (2013). Sea cucumbers in the Seychelles: effects of marine protected areas on high-value species. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23: 418-428.
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Projecting the impact of regional land-use change and water management policies on lake water quality: an application to periurban lakes and reservoirs.

Catherine, A, Mouillot, D, Maloufi, S, Troussellier, M and Bernard, C (2013). Projecting the impact of regional land-use change and water management policies on lake water quality: an application to periurban lakes and reservoirs. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72227.
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Sensitivity of coral calcification to ocean acidification: a meta-analysis.

Chan, NCS and Connolly, SR (2013). Sensitivity of coral calcification to ocean acidification: a meta-analysis. Global Change Biology 19(1): 282-290.
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Restocking depleted wild stocks-long-term survival and impact of released Blacklip Abalone (Haliotis rubra) on depleted wild populations in New South Wales, Australia.

Chick, RC, Worthington, DG and Kingsford, MJ (2013). Restocking depleted wild stocks-long-term survival and impact of released Blacklip Abalone (Haliotis rubra) on depleted wild populations in New South Wales, Australia. Reviews in Fisheries Science 21(3-4): 321-340.
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Degradation of chemical alarm cues and assessment of risk throughout the day.

Chivers, DP, Dixson, DL, White, JR, McCormick, MI and Ferrari, MCO (2013). Degradation of chemical alarm cues and assessment of risk throughout the day. Ecology and Evolution 3(11): 3925-3934.
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Reefs of last resort: locating and assessing thermal refugia in the wider Caribbean.

Chollett, I and Mumby, PJ (2013). Reefs of last resort: locating and assessing thermal refugia in the wider Caribbean. Biological Conservation 167: 179-186.
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Temperature affects the early life history stages of corals more than near future ocean acidification.

Chua, CM; Leggat, W; Moya, A and Baird, AH (2013). Temperature affects the early life history stages of corals more than near future ocean acidification. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 475: 85-92.
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Near-future reductions in pH will have no consistent ecological effects on the early life-history stages of reef corals.

Chua, C-M, Leggat, W, Moya, A and Baird, AH (2013). Near-future reductions in pH will have no consistent ecological effects on the early life-history stages of reef corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 486: 143-151.
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Conservation focus: human dimensions of coral reefs.

Cinner, J (2013). Conservation focus: human dimensions of coral reefs. Conservation Biology 27(3): 441-442.
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Global effects of local human population density and distance to markets on the condition of coral reef fisheries.

Cinner, JE, Graham, NAJ, Huchery, C and Macneil, MA (2013). Global effects of local human population density and distance to markets on the condition of coral reef fisheries. Conservation Biology 27(3): 453-458.
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Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change.

Cinner, JE, Huchery, C, Darling, ES, Humphries, AT, Graham, NAJ, Hicks, CC, Marshall, N and McClanahan, TR (2013). Evaluating social and ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climate change. PLoS ONE 8(9): e74321.
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A core-top study of dissolution effect on B/Ca in Globigerinoides sacculifer from the tropical Atlantic: Potential bias for paleo-reconstruction of seawater carbonate chemistry.

Coadic R, Bassinot F, Dissard D, Douville E, Greaves M and Michel E. (2013). A core-top study of dissolution effect on B/Ca in Globigerinoides sacculifer from the tropical Atlantic: Potential bias for paleo-reconstruction of seawater carbonate chemistry. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 14: 1053-1068.
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Sustaining small-scale fisheries with periodically harvested marine reserves.

Cohen, P and Foale, S (2013). Sustaining small-scale fisheries with periodically harvested marine reserves. Marine Policy. 37: 278-287.
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Catch rates, composition and fish size from reefs managed with periodically-harvested closures.

Cohen, PJ and Alexander, TJ (2013). Catch rates, composition and fish size from reefs managed with periodically-harvested closures. PLoS ONE 8(9): e73383.
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Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures

Cohen, PJ, Cinner, JE and Foale, S (2013). Fishing dynamics associated with periodically harvested marine closures. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 23(6): 1702-1713.
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Documentation of the mimic octopus Thaumoctopus mimicus in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Coker, DJ (2013). Documentation of the mimic octopus Thaumoctopus mimicus in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Biodiversity Records. 6: e14.
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Social group entry rules may limit population resilience to patchy habitat disturbance.

Coker, DJ, Walker, SPW, Munday, PL and Pratchett, MS (2013). Social group entry rules may limit population resilience to patchy habitat disturbance. Marine Ecology Progress Series 493: 237-242.
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Bridging ridge-to-reef patches: seamless classification of the coast using very high resolution satellite.

Collin, A, Archambault, P and Planes, S (2013). Bridging ridge-to-reef patches: seamless classification of the coast using very high resolution satellite. Remote Sensing 5(7): 3583-3610.
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Hypoxia tolerance is conserved across genetically distinct sub-populations of an iconic, tropical Australian teleost (Lates calcarifer).

Collins, GM, Clark, TD, Rummer, JL and Carton, AG (2013). Hypoxia tolerance is conserved across genetically distinct sub-populations of an iconic, tropical Australian teleost (Lates calcarifer). Conservation Physiology 1(1): 1-9.
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Olfactory discrimination in juvenile coral reef fishes: response to conspecifics and corals.

Coppock, AG, Gardiner, NM and Jones, GP (2013). Olfactory discrimination in juvenile coral reef fishes: response to conspecifics and corals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 443: 21-26.
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Species-specific effects of near-future CO2 on the respiratory performance of two tropical prey fish and their predator.

Couturier, CS, Stecyk, JAW, Rummer, JL, Munday, PL and Nilsson, GE (2013). Species-specific effects of near-future CO2 on the respiratory performance of two tropical prey fish and their predator. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 166(3): 482-489.
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Vicariance across major marine biogeographic barriers: temporal concordance and the relative intensity of hard versus soft barriers.

Cowman, PF and Bellwood, DR (2013). Vicariance across major marine biogeographic barriers: temporal concordance and the relative intensity of hard versus soft barriers. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280: 20131541.
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The historical biogeography of coral reef fishes: global patterns of origination and dispersal.

Cowman, PF and Bellwood, DR (2013) The historical biogeography of coral reef fishes: global patterns of origination and dispersal. Journal of Biogeography 40(2): 209-224.
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Chromera velia is endosymbiotic in larvae of the reef corals Acropora millepora and A. tenuis.

Cumbo, V; Baird, A; Moore, R; Negri, A; Salih, A; Van Oppen, M and Marquis, C (2013). Chromera velia is endosymbiotic in larvae of the reef corals Acropora millepora and A. tenuis. Protist. 164: 237–244.
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The promiscuous larvae: flexibility in the establishment of symbiosis in corals.

Cumbo, VR; Baird, AH and Van Oppen, MJH (2013). The promiscuous larvae: flexibility in the establishment of symbiosis in corals. Coral Reefs. 32(1): 111-120.
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Brooded coral larvae differ in their response to high temperature and elevated pCO2 depending on the day of release.

Cumbo, VR, Edmunds, PJ, Wall, CB and Fan, TY (2013). Brooded coral larvae differ in their response to high temperature and elevated pCO2 depending on the day of release. Marine Biology 160(11): 2903-2917.
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Effects of exposure duration on the response of Pocillopora damicornis larvae to elevated temperature and high pCO2.

Cumbo, VR, Fan, TY and Edmunds, PJ (2013). Effects of exposure duration on the response of Pocillopora damicornis larvae to elevated temperature and high  pCO2. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439: 100-107.
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Enhanced numbers of two temperate reef fishes in a small, partial-take marine protected area related to spearfisher exclusion.

Curley, BG, Glasby, TM, Curley, AJ, Creese, RG and Kingsford, MJ (2013). Enhanced numbers of two temperate reef fishes in a small, partial-take marine protected area related to spearfisher exclusion. Biological Conservation 167: 435-445.
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Critical research needs for managing coral reef Marine Protected Areas: perspectives of academics and managers.

Cvitanovic, C; Wilson, S; Fulton, C; Almany, G; Anderson, P; Babcock, R; Ban, N; Beedon, R; Beger, M; Cinner, J; Dobbs, K; Evans, L; Farnham, A; Friedman, K; Gale, K; Gladstone, W; Grafton, Q; Graham, N; Gudge, S; Harrison, P; Holmes, T; Johnstone, N; Jones, G; Jordan, A; Kendrick, A; Kerr, I; Klein, C; Little, L; Malcolm, H; Morris, D; Possingham, H; Prescott, J; Pressey, R; Skilleter, G; Simpson, C; Waples, K; Wilson, D and Williamson, D (2013). Critical research needs for managing coral reef Marine Protected Areas: perspectives of academics and managers. Journal of Environmental Management. 114: 84-91.
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Long-term records of coral calcification across the central Great Barrier Reef: assessing the impacts of river runoff and climate change.

D’Olivo, JP, McCulloch, MT and Judd, K (2013). Long-term records of coral calcification across the central Great Barrier Reef: assessing the impacts of river runoff and climate change. Coral Reefs 32(4): 999-1012.
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Juvenile Ribbontail Stingray, Taeniura lymma (Forsskal, 1775) (Chondrichthyes, Dasyatidae), demonstrate a unique suite of physiological adaptations to survive hyperthermic nursery conditions.

Dabruzzi, T; Bennett, W; Rummer, J and Fangue, N (2013). Juvenile Ribbontail Stingray, Taeniura lymma (Forsskal, 1775) (Chondrichthyes, Dasyatidae), demonstrate a unique suite of physiological adaptations to survive hyperthermic nursery conditions. Hydrobiologia. 701(1): 37-49.
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A method for risk analysis across governance systems: a Great Barrier Reef case study.

Dale, A, Vella, K, Pressey, RL, Brodie, J, Yorkston, H and Potts, R (2013). A method for risk analysis across governance systems: a Great Barrier Reef case study. Environmental Research Letters 8(1) 015037.
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Yes – Coral calcification rates have decreased in the last twenty-five years!

De’ath, G, Fabricius, K and Lough, J (2013). Yes – Coral calcification rates have decreased in the last twenty-five years! Marine Geology 346: 400-402.
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Habitat preferences of coral-associated fishes are altered by short-term exposure to elevated CO2.

Devine, BM and Munday, PL (2013). Habitat preferences of coral-associated fishes are altered by short-term exposure to elevated CO2. Marine Biology 160(8): 1955-1962.
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Combining in-situ water quality and remotely sensed data across spatial and temporal scales to measure variability in wet season chlorophyll-a: Great Barrier Reef lagoon (Queensland, Australia).

Devlin, M, da Silva, E, Petus, C, Wenger, A, Zeh, D, Tracey, D, Álvarez-Romero, J and Brodie, J (2013). Combining in-situ water quality and remotely sensed data across spatial and temporal scales to measure variability in wet season chlorophyll-a: Great Barrier Reef lagoon (Queensland, Australia). Ecological Processes 2(1): 1-22.
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Patterns of variability in early life traits of a Mediterranean coastal fish.

Di Franco, A, Qian, K, Calo, A, Di Lorenzo, M, Planes, S and Guidetti, P (2013). Patterns of variability in early life traits of a Mediterranean coastal fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 476: 227-235.
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Conservation implications of long-term changes detected in a lowland heath plant metacommunity.

Diaz, A, Keith, SA, Bullock, JM, Hooftman, DAP and Newton, AC (2013). Conservation implications of long-term changes detected in a lowland heath plant metacommunity. Biological Conservation 167: 325-333.
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Flow velocity underpins microhabitat selection by gobies of the Australian Wet Tropics.

Donaldson, JA, Ebner, BC and Fulton, CJ (2013). Flow velocity underpins microhabitat selection by gobies of the Australian Wet Tropics. Freshwater Biology 58(5): 1038-1051.
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Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunities.

Dornelas, M, Magurran, AE, Buckland, ST, Chao, A, Chazdon, RL, Colwell, RK, Curtis, T, Gaston, KJ, Gotelli, NJ, Kosnik, MA, McGill, B, McCune, JL, Morlon, H, Mumby, PJ, Ovreas, L, Studeny, A and Vellend, M (2013). Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280: 20121931.
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High CO2 reduces the settlement of a spawning coral on three common species of crustose coralline algae.

Doropoulos, C and Diaz-Pulido, G (2013). High CO2 reduces the settlement of a spawning coral on three common species of crustose coralline algae. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 475: 93-99.
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Future reef decalcification under a business-as-usual CO2 emission scenario.

Dove, SG, Kline, DI, Pantos, O, Angly, FE, Tyson, GW and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2013). Future reef decalcification under a business-as-usual CO2 emission scenario. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110(38): 15342-15347.
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Is ocean acidification an open-ocean syndrome? Understanding anthropogenic impacts on seawater pH.

Duarte, CM; Hendriks, IE; Moore, TS; Olsen, YS; Steckbauer, A; Ramajo, L; Carstensen, J; Trotter, JA and Mcculloch, M (2013). Is ocean acidification an open-ocean syndrome? Understanding anthropogenic impacts on seawater pH. Estuaries and Coasts. 36(2): 221-236.
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Phylogenetic evidence for recent diversification of obligate coral-dwelling gobies compared with their host corals.

Duchene, D, Klanten, SO, Munday, PL, Herler, J and van Herwerden, L (2013). Phylogenetic evidence for recent diversification of obligate coral-dwelling gobies compared with their host corals. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69(1): 123-132.
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The role of light in mediating the effects of ocean acidification on coral calcification.

Dufault, AM, Ninokawa, A, Bramanti, L, Cumbo, VR, Fan, T-Y and Edmunds, PJ (2013). The role of light in mediating the effects of ocean acidification on coral calcification. The Journal of Experimental Biology 216: 1570-1577.
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KEGG orthology-based annotation of the predicted proteome of Acropora digitifera: ZoophyteBase – an open access and searchable database of a coral genome.

Dunlap, WC, Starcevic, A, Baranasic, D, Diminic, J, Zucko, J, Gacesa, R, van Oppen, MJH, Hranueli, D, Cullum, J and Long, PF (2013). KEGG orthology-based annotation of the predicted proteome of Acropora digitifera: ZoophyteBase – an open access and searchable database of a coral genome. BMC Genomics 14: 509.
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Increased radial glia quiescence, decreased reactivation upon injury and unaltered neuroblast behavior underlie decreased neurogenesis in the aging zebrafish telencephalon.

Edelmann, K, Glashauser, L, Sprungala, S, Hesl, B, Fritschle, M, Ninkovic, J, Godinho, L and Chapouton, P (2013). Increased radial glia quiescence, decreased reactivation upon injury and unaltered neuroblast behavior underlie decreased neurogenesis in the aging zebrafish telencephalon. Journal of Comparative Neurology 521(13): 3099-3115.
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Metabolic costs of larval settlement and metamorphosis in the coral Seriatopora caliendrum under ambient and elevated pCO2.

Edmunds, PJ, Cumbo, VR and Fan, TY (2013). Metabolic costs of larval settlement and metamorphosis in the coral Seriatopora caliendrum under ambient and elevated pCO2. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 443: 33-38.
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Fascinating and forgotten: the conservation status of the world’s sea snakes.

Elfes, CT, Livingstone, SR, Lane, A, Lukoschek, V, Sanders, KL, Courtney, AJ, Gatus, JL, Guinea, M, Lobo, AS, Milton, D, Rasmussen, AR, Read, M, White, M-D, Sanciangco, J, Alcala, A, Heatwole, H, Karns, DR, Seminoff, JA, Voris, HK, Carpenter, KE and Murphy, JC (2013). Fascinating and forgotten: the conservation status of the world’s sea snakes. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 8(1): 37-52.
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Comparing interactive and automated mapping systems for supporting fisheries enforcement activities—a case study on vessel monitoring systems (VMS)

Enguehard, R, Devillers, R and Hoeber, O (2013). Comparing interactive and automated mapping systems for supporting fisheries enforcement activities—a case study on vessel monitoring systems (VMS). Journal of Coastal Conservation 17(1): 105-119.
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Exploring the consequences of species interactions through the assembly and disassembly of food webs: a Pacific-Atlantic comparison.

Estes, JA, Steneck, RS and Lindberg, DR (2013). Exploring the consequences of species interactions through the assembly and disassembly of food webs: a Pacific-Atlantic comparison. Bulletin of Marine Science 89(1): 11-29.
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Future scenarios as a research tool: investigating climate change impacts, adaptation options and outcomes for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Evans, LS, Hicks, CC, Fidelman, P, Tobin, RC and Perry, AL (2013). Future scenarios as a research tool: investigating climate change impacts, adaptation options and outcomes for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Human Ecology 41(6): 841-857.
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Social relations and commodity chains: The live reef fish for food trade.

Fabinyi, M (2013) Social relations and commodity chains: The live reef fish for food trade. Anthropological Forum. 23(1): 36-57.
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Physical and biological controls on the carbonate chemistry of coral reef waters: effects of metabolism, wave forcing, sea level, and geomorphology.

Falter, JL; Lowe, RJ; Zhang, Z and Mcculloch, M (2013). Physical and biological controls on the carbonate chemistry of coral reef waters: effects of metabolism, wave forcing, sea level, and geomorphology. PLoS ONE. 8(1).
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Sponge biomass and bioerosion rates increase under ocean warming and acidification.

Fang, JKH, Mello-Athayde, MA, Schonberg, CHL, Kline, DI, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2013). Sponge biomass and bioerosion rates increase under ocean warming and acidification. Global Change Biology 19(12): 3581-3591.
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Methods to quantify components of the excavating sponge Cliona orientalis Thiele, 1900.

Fang, JKH, Schoenberg, CHL, Kline, DI, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2013). Methods to quantify components of the excavating sponge Cliona orientalis Thiele, 1900. Marine Ecology-an Evolutionary Perspective 34(2): 193-206.
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Coral reproduction in a high-latitude, marginal reef environment (Moreton Bay, south-east Queensland, Australia).

Fellegara, I, Baird, AH and Ward, S (2013). Coral reproduction in a high-latitude, marginal reef environment (Moreton Bay, south-east Queensland, Australia). Invertebrate Reproduction and Development 57(3): 219-223.
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Synthesizing larval competence dynamics and reef-scale retention reveals a high potential for self-recruitment in corals.

Figueiredo, J; Baird, A and Connolly, S (2013). Synthesizing larval competence dynamics and reef-scale retention reveals a high potential for self-recruitment in corals. Ecology. 94(3): 650–659.
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Food security and the Coral Triangle Initiative.

Foale, S; Adhuri, D; Alino, P; Allison, EH; Andrew, N; Cohen, P; Evans, L; Fabinyi, M; Fidelman, P; Gregory, C; Stacey, N; Tanzer, J and Weeratunge, N (2013). Food security and the Coral Triangle Initiative. Marine Policy. 38: 174-183.
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Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings.

Fuentes, MMPB, Cleguer, C, Liebsch, N, Bedford, G, Amber, D, Hankin, C, Mccarthy, P, Shimada, T, Whap, T and Marsh, H (2013). Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings. Marine Mammal Science 29(1): 159-166.
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Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change.

Fuentes, MMPB, Pike, DA, Dimatteo, A and Wallace, BP (2013). Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change. Global Change Biology 19(5): 1399-1406.
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Using a microclimate model to evaluate impacts of climate change on sea turtles.

Fuentes, MMPB and Porter, WP (2013). Using a microclimate model to evaluate impacts of climate change on sea turtles. Ecological Modelling 251: 150-157.
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Energetic extremes in aquatic locomotion by coral reef fishes.

Fulton, CJ; Johansen, JL and Steffensen, JF (2013). Energetic extremes in aquatic locomotion by coral reef fishes. PLoS ONE. 8(1): e54033.
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Wave-induced abiotic stress shapes phenotypic diversity in a coral reef fish across a geographical cline.

Fulton, CJ, Binning, SA, Wainwright, PC and Bellwood, DR (2013). Wave-induced abiotic stress shapes phenotypic diversity in a coral reef fish across a geographical cline. Coral Reefs 32(3): 685-689.
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Energetic extremes in aquatic locomotion by coral reef fishes.

Fulton, CJ, Johansen, JL and Steffensen, JF (2013). Energetic extremes in aquatic locomotion by coral reef fishes. PLoS ONE. 8(1): e54033.
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Factors driving the biogeographic distribution of two temperate Australian damselfishes and ramifications for range shifts.

Galaiduk, R, Figueira, WF, Kingsford, MJ and Curley, BG (2013). Factors driving the biogeographic distribution of two temperate Australian damselfishes and ramifications for range shifts. Marine Ecology Progress Series 484: 189-202.
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Determination of moulting events in rock lobsters from pleopod clipping.

Gardner, C and Mills, DJ (2013). Determination of moulting events in rock lobsters from pleopod clipping. PLoS ONE 8(8): e74146.
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Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas in reducing habitat loss and population declines.

Geldmann, J, Barnes, M, Coad, L, Craigie, ID, Hockings, M and Burgess, ND (2013). Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas in reducing habitat loss and population declines. Biological Conservation 161: 230-238.
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Influences of sedimentation and hydrodynamics on the spatial distribution of Alexandrium catenella/tamarense resting cysts in a shellfish farming lagoon impacted by toxic blooms.

Genovesi, B, Mouillot, D, Laugier, T, Fiandrino, A, Laabir, M, Vaquer, A and Grzebyk, D (2013). Influences of sedimentation and hydrodynamics on the spatial distribution of Alexandrium catenella/tamarense resting cysts in a shellfish farming lagoon impacted by toxic blooms. Harmful Algae 25: 15-25.
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Recovery of an isolated coral reef system following severe disturbance.

Gilmour, JP, Smith, LD, Heyward, AJ, Baird, AH and Pratchett, MS (2013). Recovery of an isolated coral reef system following severe disturbance. Science 340: 69-71.
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Ecological consequences of sediment on high-energy coral reefs.

Goatley, CHR and Bellwood, DR (2013). Ecological consequences of sediment on high-energy coral reefs. PLoS ONE 8(10): e77737.
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Life-history traits of a common Caribbean coral-excavating sponge, Cliona tenuis (Porifera: Hadromerida).

Gonzalez-Rivero, M, Ereskovsky, AV, Schoenberg, CHL, Ferrari, R, Fromont, J and Mumby, PJ (2013). Life-history traits of a common Caribbean coral-excavating sponge, Cliona tenuis (Porifera: Hadromerida). Journal of Natural History 47(45-46): 2815-2834.
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Rapid declines in metabolism explain extended coral larval longevity.

Graham, EM, Baird, AH, Connolly, SR, Sewell, MA and Willis, BL (2013). Rapid declines in metabolism explain extended coral larval longevity. Coral Reefs 32(2): 539–549.
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Effects of delayed settlement on post-settlement growth and survival of scleractinian coral larvae.

Graham, EM, Baird, AH, Willis, BL and Connolly, SR (2013). Effects of delayed settlement on post-settlement growth and survival of scleractinian coral larvae. Oecologia 173(2): 431-438.
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Managing resilience to reverse phase shifts in coral reefs.

Graham, NAJ, Bellwood, DR, Cinner, JE, Hughes, TP, Norström, AV and Nyström, M (2013). Managing resilience to reverse phase shifts in coral reefs. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(10): 541–548.
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The last call for marine wilderness?

Graham, NAJ and McClanahan, TR (2013). The last call for marine wilderness? Bioscience 63(5): 397-402.
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The importance of structural complexity in coral reef ecosystems.

Graham, NAJ and Nash, K (2013). The importance of structural complexity in coral reef ecosystems. Coral Reefs 32(2): 315–326.
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High natural gene expression variation in the reef-building coral Acropora millepora: potential for acclimative and adaptive plasticity.

Granados-Cifuentes, C, Bellantuono, AJ, Ridgway, T, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Rodriguez-Lanetty, M (2013). High natural gene expression variation in the reef-building coral Acropora millepora: potential for acclimative and adaptive plasticity. BMC Genomics 14: 228-228.
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Inferring food web structure from predator-prey body size relationships.

Gravel, D, Poisot, T, Albouy, C, Velez, L and Mouillot, D (2013). Inferring food web structure from predator-prey body size relationships. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(11): 1083-1090.
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Guiding principles for the improved governance of port and shipping impacts in the Great Barrier Reef.

Grech, A, Bos, M, Brodie, J, Coles, R, Dale, A, Gilbert, R, Hamann, M, Marsh, H, Neil, K, Pressey, RL, Rasheed, MA, Sheaves, M and Smith, A (2013). Guiding principles for the improved governance of port and shipping impacts in the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin 75(1-2): 8-20.
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Evidence for developmental thermal acclimation in the damselfish, Pomacentrus moluccensis.

Grenchik, MK; Donelson, JM and Munday, PL (2013). Evidence for developmental thermal acclimation in the damselfish, Pomacentrus moluccensis. Coral Reefs. 32(1): 85-90.
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Madagascar corals reveal a multidecadal signature of rainfall and river runoff since 1708.

Grove, CA, Zinke, J, Peeters, F, Park, W, Scheufen, T, Kasper, S, Randriamanantsoa, B, McCulloch, MT and Brummer, GJA (2013). Madagascar corals reveal a multidecadal signature of rainfall and river runoff since 1708. Climate of the Past 9(2): 641-656.
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Disease outbreaks, bleaching and a cyclone drive changes in coral assemblages on an inshore reef of the Great Barrier Reef.

Haapkylä, J, Melbourne-Thomas, J, Flavell, M and Willis, BL (2013). Disease outbreaks, bleaching and a cyclone drive changes in coral assemblages on an inshore reef of the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 32(3): 815-824.
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The complex NOD-like receptor repertoire of the coral Acropora digitifera includes novel domain combinations.

Hamada, M; Shoguchi, E; Shinzato, C; Kawashima, T; Miller, D and Satoh, N (2013). The complex NOD-like receptor repertoire of the coral Acropora digitifera includes novel domain combinations. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 30 (1): 167-176.
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Compromises between international habitat conservation guidelines and small-scale fisheries in Pacific island countries.

Hamel, MA; Andréfouët, S and Pressey, RL (2013). Compromises between international habitat conservation guidelines and small-scale fisheries in Pacific island countries. Conservation Letters. 6(1): 46-57.
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Assessing “dangerous climate change”: required reduction of carbon emissions to protect young people, future generations and nature.

Hansen, J, Kharecha, P, Sato, M, Masson-Delmotte, V, Ackerman, F, Beerling, DJ, Hearty, PJ, Hoegh-Guldberg, O, Hsu, SL, Parmesan, C, Rockstrom, J, Rohling, EJ, Sachs, J, Smith, P, Steffen, K, Van Susteren, L, von Schuckmann, K and Zachos, JC (2013). Assessing “dangerous climate change”: required reduction of carbon emissions to protect young people, future generations and nature. PLoS ONE 8(12): e81648.
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The ecology, behaviour and physiology of fishes on coral reef flats, and the potential impacts of climate change.

Harborne, AR (2013). The ecology, behaviour and physiology of fishes on coral reef flats, and the potential impacts of climate change. Journal of Fish Biology 83(3): 417-447.
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Submerged banks in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, greatly increase available coral reef habitat.

Harris, P; Bridge, T; Beaman, R; Webster, J; Nichol, S and Brooke, B (2013). Submerged banks in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, greatly increase available coral reef habitat. ICES Journal of Marine Science. 70(2): 284–293.
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Relative accuracy of three common methods of parentage analysis in natural populations.

Harrison, HB; Saenz-Agudelo, P; Planes, S; Jones, GP and Berumen, ML (2013). Relative accuracy of three common methods of parentage analysis in natural populations. Molecular Ecology. 22(4): 1158-1170.
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On minimizing assignment errors and the trade-off between false positives and negatives in parentage analysis.

Harrison, HB, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Planes, S, Jones, GP and Berumen, ML (2013). On minimizing assignment errors and the trade-off between false positives and negatives in parentage analysis. Molecular Ecology 22(23): 5738-5742.
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Reliability of non-expert observer estimates of the magnitude of marine reserve effects.

Hassell, NS, Williamson, DH, Evans, RD and Russ, GR (2013). Reliability of non-expert observer estimates of the magnitude of marine reserve effects. Coastal Management 41(4): 361-380.
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Behavioural flexibility in reef fishes responding to a rapidly changing wave environment.

Heatwole, SJ and Fulton, CJ (2013). Behavioural flexibility in reef fishes responding to a rapidly changing wave environment. Marine Biology. 160(3): 677-689.
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When the suit does not fit biodiversity: loose surrogates compromise the achievement of conservation goals.

Hermoso, V, Januchowski-Hartley, SR and Pressey, RL (2013). When the suit does not fit biodiversity: loose surrogates compromise the achievement of conservation goals. Biological Conservation 159: 197-205.
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Synergies and tradeoffs in how managers, scientists, and fishers value coral reef ecosystem services.

Hicks, CC, Graham, NAJ and Cinner, JE (2013). Synergies and tradeoffs in how managers, scientists, and fishers value coral reef ecosystem services. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 23(6): 1444-1453.
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Towards improved socio-economic assessments of ocean acidification’s impacts.

Hilmi, N, Allemand, D, Dupont, S, Safa, A, Haraldsson, G, Nunes, PALD, Moore, C, Hattam, C, Reynaud, S, Hall-Spencer, JM, Fine, M, Turley, C, Jeffree, R, Orr, J, Munday, PL and Cooley, SR (2013). Towards improved socio-economic assessments of ocean acidification’s impacts. Marine Biology 160(8): 1773-1787.
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Taxonomic, spatial and temporal patterns of bleaching in anemones inhabited by anemonefishes.

Hobbs, J-PA, Frisch, AJ, Ford, BM, Thums, M, Saenz-Agudelo, P, Furby, KA and Berumen, ML (2013). Taxonomic, spatial and temporal patterns of bleaching in anemones inhabited by anemonefishes. PLoS ONE 8(8): e70966.
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High genetic diversity in geographically remote populations of endemic and widespread coral reef angelfishes (genus: Centropyge).

Hobbs, J-P, van Herwerden, L, Jerry, DR, Jones, GP and Munday, PL (2013). High genetic diversity in geographically remote populations of endemic and widespread coral reef angelfishes (genus: Centropyge). Diversity 5(1): 39-50.
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Evolution of sympatric species: a case study of the coral reef fish genus Pomacanthus (Pomacanthidae).

Hodge, JR, Read, CI, Bellwood, DR and van Herwerden, L (2013). Evolution of sympatric species: a case study of the coral reef fish genus Pomacanthus (Pomacanthidae). Journal of Biogeography 40(9): 1676-1687.
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Diet and cross-shelf distribution of rabbitfishes (f. Siganidae) on the northern Great Barrier Reef: implications for ecosystem function.

Hoey, AS, Brandl, SJ and Bellwood, DR (2013). Diet and cross-shelf distribution of rabbitfishes (f. Siganidae) on the northern Great Barrier Reef: implications for ecosystem function. Coral Reefs 32(4): 973-984.
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An evaluation of staining techniques for marking daily growth in scleractinian corals.

Holcomb, M, Cohen, AL and McCorkle, DC (2013). An evaluation of staining techniques for marking daily growth in scleractinian corals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 440: 126-131.
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The growth benefits of aggressive behavior vary with individual metabolism and resource predictability.

Hoogenboom, MO, Armstrong, JD, Groothuis, TGG and Metcalfe, NB (2013). The growth benefits of aggressive behavior vary with individual metabolism and resource predictability. Behavioral Ecology 24(1): 253-261.
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The utility of statoliths and bell size to elucidate age and condition of a scyphomedusa (Cassiopea sp).

Hopf, JK and Kingsford, MJ (2013). The utility of statoliths and bell size to elucidate age and condition of a scyphomedusa (Cassiopea sp). Marine Biology 160(4): 951-960.
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Historical thermal regimes define limits to coral acclimatization.

Howells, EJ, Berkelmans, R, van Oppen, MJH, Willis, BL and Bay, LK (2013). Historical thermal regimes define limits to coral acclimatization. Ecology 94(5): 1078-1088.
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Spatial and temporal genetic structure of Symbiodinium populations within a common reef-building coral on the Great Barrier Reef.

Howells, EJ, Willis, BL, Bay, LK and van Oppen, MJH (2013). Spatial and temporal genetic structure of Symbiodinium populations within a common reef-building coral on the Great Barrier Reef. Molecular Ecology 22(14): 3693-3708.
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The wicked problem of China’s disappearing coral reefs.

Hughes, TP; Huang, H and Young, MaL (2013). The wicked problem of China’s disappearing coral reefs. Conservation Biology. 27(2): 261-269.
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Living dangerously on borrowed time during slow, unrecognized regime shifts.

Hughes, TP; Linares, C; Dakos, V; Van De Leemput, IA and Van Nes, EH (2013). Living dangerously on borrowed time during slow, unrecognized regime shifts. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 28(3): 149-55.
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Multiscale regime shifts and planetary boundaries.

Hughes, TP, Carpenter, S, Rockstrom, J, Scheffer, M and Walker, B (2013). Multiscale regime shifts and planetary boundaries. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28(7): 389-395.
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Spillover of fish naivete from marine reserves.

Januchowski-Hartley, FA; Graham, NaJ; Cinner, JE and Russ, GR (2013). Spillover of fish naivete from marine reserves. Ecology Letters. 16(2): 191-197.
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Sediment-induced turbidity impairs foraging performance and prey choice of planktivorous coral reef fishes.

Johansen, JL and Jones, GP (2013). Sediment-induced turbidity impairs foraging performance and prey choice of planktivorous coral reef fishes. Ecological Applications 23(6): 1504-1517.
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Key herbivores reveal limited functional redundancy on inshore coral reefs.

Johansson, CL, van de Leemput, IA, Depczynski, M, Hoey, AS and Bellwood, DR (2013). Key herbivores reveal limited functional redundancy on inshore coral reefs. Coral Reefs 32(4): 963-972.
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The distribution of the sea urchin Echinometra mathaei (de Blainville) and its predators on Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia: the implications for top-down control in an intact reef system.

Johansson, CL, Bellwood, DR, Depczynski, M and Hoey, AS (2013). The distribution of the sea urchin Echinometra mathaei (de Blainville) and its predators on Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia: the implications for top-down control in an intact reef system. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 442: 39-46.
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Trends, current understanding and future research priorities for artisanal coral reef fisheries research.

Johnson, AE, Cinner, JE, Hardt, MJ, Jacquet, J, McClanahan, TR and Sanchirico, JN (2013). Trends, current understanding and future research priorities for artisanal coral reef fisheries research. Fish and Fisheries 14(3): 281-292.
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Ecology of rocky reef fish of northeastern New Zealand: 50 years on.

Jones, GP (2013). Ecology of rocky reef fish of northeastern New Zealand: 50 years on. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47(3): 334-359.
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Faunal breaks and species composition of Indo-Pacific corals: the role of plate tectonics, environment and habitat distribution.

Keith, SA, Baird, AH, Hughes, TP, Madin, JS and Connolly, SR (2013). Faunal breaks and species composition of Indo-Pacific corals: the role of plate tectonics, environment and habitat distribution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 280: 20130818.
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Effects of diversity-dependent colonization-extinction dynamics on the mid-domain effect.

Keith, SA and Connolly, SR (2013). Effects of diversity-dependent colonization-extinction dynamics on the mid-domain effect. Global Ecology and Biogeography 22(7): 773-783.
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Avoiding coral reef functional collapse requires local and global action.

Kennedy, EV, Perry, CT, Halloran, PR, Iglesias-Prieto, R, Schoenberg, CHL, Wisshak, M, Form, AU, Carricart-Ganivet, JP, Fine, M, Eakin, CM and Mumby, PJ (2013). Avoiding coral reef functional collapse requires local and global action. Current Biology 23(10): 912-918.
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Holothuria (Semperothuria) roseomaculata n. sp. (Aspidochirotida: Holothuriidae), a coral-reef inhabiting sea cucumber from the western Pacific Ocean.

Kerr, AM (2013). Holothuria (Semperothuria) roseomaculata n. sp. (Aspidochirotida: Holothuriidae), a coral-reef inhabiting sea cucumber from the western Pacific Ocean. Zootaxa 3641(4): 384-394.
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Paradigms for planktonic assemblages: 50 years of contributions from the Leigh Marine Laboratory, Northland, New Zealand.

Kingsford, MJ (2013). Paradigms for planktonic assemblages: 50 years of contributions from the Leigh Marine Laboratory, Northland, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47(3): 294-312.
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Deltocyathiidae, an early-diverging family of Robust corals (Anthozoa, Scleractinia).

Kitahara, MV; Cairns, SD; Stolarski, J and Miller, DJ (2013). Deltocyathiidae, an early-diverging family of Robust corals (Anthozoa, Scleractinia). Zoologica Scripta. 42(2): 201-212.
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Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of small-scale fisheries.

Kittinger, JN, Finkbeiner, EM, Ban, NC, Broad, K, Carr, MH, Cinner, JE, Gelcich, S, Cornwell, ML, Koehn, JZ, Basurto, X, Fujita, R, Caldwell, MR and Cowder, LB (2013). Emerging frontiers in social-ecological systems research for sustainability of small-scale fisheries. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5(3-4): 352-357.
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Relative importance of coral cover, habitat complexity and diversity in determining the structure of reef fish communities.

Komyakova, V, Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2013). Relative importance of coral cover, habitat complexity and diversity in determining the structure of reef fish communities. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83178.
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Population connectivity: recent advances and new perspectives.

Kool, JT; Moilanen, A and Treml, EA (2013). Population connectivity: recent advances and new perspectives. Landscape Ecology. 28(2): 165-185.
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The trophic importance of algal turfs for coral reef fishes: the crustacean link.

Kramer, MJ, Bellwood, O and Bellwood, DR (2013). The trophic importance of algal turfs for coral reef fishes: the crustacean link. Coral Reefs 32(2): 575–583.
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Global biogeography of reef fishes: a hierarchical quantitative delineation of regions

Kulbicki, M, Parravicini, V, Bellwood, DR, Arias-Gonzalez, E, Chabanet, P, Floeter, SR, Friedlander, A, McPherson, J, Myers, RE, Vigliola, L and Mouillot, D (2013). Global biogeography of reef fishes: a hierarchical quantitative delineation of regions. PLoS ONE 8(12): e81847.
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Caribbean coral growth influenced by anthropogenic aerosol emissions.

Kwiatkowski, L, Cox, PM, Economou, T, Halloran, PR, Mumby, PJ, Booth, BBB, Carilli, J and Guzman, HM (2013). Caribbean coral growth influenced by anthropogenic aerosol emissions. Nature Geoscience 6(5): 362-366.
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Sense of place as a determinant of people’s attitudes towards the environment: implications for natural resources management and planning in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Larson, S, De Freitas, DM and Hicks, CC (2013). Sense of place as a determinant of people’s attitudes towards the environment: implications for natural resources management and planning in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Environmental Management 117: 226-234.
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Do clouds save the Great Barrier Reef? Satellite imagery elucidates the cloud-SST relationship at the local scale.

Leahy, SM, Kingsford, MJ and Steinberg, CR (2013). Do clouds save the Great Barrier Reef? Satellite imagery elucidates the cloud-SST relationship at the local scale. PLoS ONE 8(7): e70400.
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Effects of acidification on olfactory-mediated behaviour in freshwater and marine ecosystems: a synthesis.

Leduc, AOHC, Munday, PL, Brown, GE and Ferrari, MCO (2013). Effects of acidification on olfactory-mediated behaviour in freshwater and marine ecosystems: a synthesis. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 368(1627): 20120447.
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Identifying carbon sources and trophic position of coral reef fishes using diet and stable isotope (δ15N and δ13C) analyses in two contrasted bays in Moorea, French Polynesia.

Letourneur, Y, de Loma, TL, Richard, P, Harmelin-Vivien, ML, Cresson, P, Banaru, D, Fontaine, MF, Gref, T and Planes, S (2013). Identifying carbon sources and trophic position of coral reef fishes using diet and stable isotope (δ15N and δ13C) analyses in two contrasted bays in Moorea, French Polynesia. Coral Reefs 32(4): 1091-1102.
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Foraging behaviour of juvenile female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) in contrasting environments.

Leung, ES, Auge, AA, Chilvers, BL, Moore, AB and Robertson, BC (2013). Foraging behaviour of juvenile female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) in contrasting environments. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62728.
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Social-ecological systems as complex adaptive systems: modeling and policy implications.

Levin, S; Xepapadeas, T; Crépin, A; Norberg, J; De Zeeuw, A; Folke, C; Hughes, T; Arrow, K; Barrett, S; Daily, G; Ehrlich, P; Kautsky, N; Mäler, K; Polasky, S; Troell, M; Vincent, JR and Walker, B (2013). Social-ecological systems as complex adaptive systems: modeling and policy implications. Environment and Development Economics. 18(2): 111-132.
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A method for incorporating climate change modelling into marine conservation planning: An Indo-west Pacific example.

Levy, JS and Ban, NC (2013). A method for incorporating climate change modelling into marine conservation planning: An Indo-west Pacific example. Marine Policy. 38: 16-24.
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Degraded environments alter prey risk assessment.

Loennstedt, OM; Mccormick, MI and Chivers, DP (2013). Degraded environments alter prey risk assessment. Ecology and Evolution. 3(1): 38-47.
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Ultimate predators: lionfish have evolved to circumvent prey risk assessment abilities.

Loennstedt, OM and McCormick, MI (2013). Ultimate predators: lionfish have evolved to circumvent prey risk assessment abilities. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75781.
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Predator-induced changes in the growth of eyes and false eyespots.

Loennstedt, OM, McCormick, MI and Chivers, DP (2013). Predator-induced changes in the growth of eyes and false eyespots. Scientific Reports 3: 2259.
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Ocean acidification and responses to predators: can sensory redundancy reduce the apparent impacts of elevated CO2 on fish?

Loennstedt, OM, Munday, PL, McCormick, MI, Ferrari, MCO and Chivers, DP (2013). Ocean acidification and responses to predators: can sensory redundancy reduce the apparent impacts of elevated CO2 on fish? Ecology and Evolution 3(10): 3565-3575.
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Luminescent lines in corals from the Great Barrier Reef provide spatial and temporal records of reefs affected by land runoff.

Lough JM, Barnes DJ and McAllister FA (2002) Luminescent lines in corals from the Great Barrier Reef provide spatial and temporal records of reefs affected by land runoff. Coral Reefs 21:333-343.
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Enigmatic declines of Australia’s sea snakes from a biodiversity hotspot.

Lukoschek, V, Beger, M, Ceccarelli, D, Richards, Z and Pratchett, M (2013). Enigmatic declines of Australia’s sea snakes from a biodiversity hotspot. Biological Conservation 166: 191-202.
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The importance of coral larval recruitment for the recovery of reefs impacted by cyclone Yasi in the central Great Barrier Reef.

Lukoschek, V, Cross, P, Torda, G, Zimmerman, R and Willis, BL (2013). The importance of coral larval recruitment for the recovery of reefs impacted by cyclone Yasi in the central Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 8(6): e65363.
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Genotype – environment correlations in corals from the Great Barrier Reef.

Lundgren, P, Vera, JC, Peplow, L, Manel, S and van Oppen, MJH (2013). Genotype – environment correlations in corals from the Great Barrier Reef. BMC Genetics 14: 9.
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Hierarchical livelihood outcomes among co-managed fisheries

MacNeil, MA, and Cinner, Joshua E (2013). Hierarchical livelihood outcomes among co-managed fisheries. Global Environmental Change 23(6): 1393-1401.
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Analysis of progress towards a comprehensive system of Marine Protected Areas in Brazil.

Magris, RA, Mills, M, Fuentes, M and Pressey, RL (2013). Analysis of progress towards a comprehensive system of Marine Protected Areas in Brazil. Natureza & Conservacao 11(1): 81-87.
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Social learning improves survivorship at a life-history transition.

Manassa, RP and Mccormick, MI (2013). Social learning improves survivorship at a life-history transition. Oecologia. 171(4): 845-52.
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Coral reef fish incorporate multiple sources of visual and chemical information to mediate predation risk.

Manassa, RP, Dixson, DL, McCormick, MI and Chivers, DP (2013). Coral reef fish incorporate multiple sources of visual and chemical information to mediate predation risk. Animal Behaviour 86(4): 717-722.
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Socially acquired predator recognition in complex ecosystems.

Manassa, RP, McCormick, MI and Chivers, DP (2013). Socially acquired predator recognition in complex ecosystems. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67(7): 1033-1040.
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Identifying management preferences, institutional organisational rules, and their capacity to improve fisheries management in Pemba, Mozambique.

McClanahan, TR, Cinner, JE and Abunge, C (2013). Identifying management preferences, institutional organisational rules, and their capacity to improve fisheries management in Pemba, Mozambique. African Journal of Marine Science 35(1): 47-56.
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Degrading habitats and the effect of topographic complexity on risk assessment.

McCormick, MI and Loennstedt, OM (2013). Degrading habitats and the effect of topographic complexity on risk assessment. Ecology and Evolution 3(12): 4221-4229.
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Ocean acidification reverses competition for space as habitats degrade.

McCormick, MI, Watson, S-A and Munday, PL (2013). Ocean acidification reverses competition for space as habitats degrade. Scientific Reports 3: 3280.
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Climate change and the performance of larval coral reef fishes: the interaction between temperature and food availability.

McLeod, IM, Rummer, JL, Clark, TD, Jones, GP, McCormick, MI, Wenger, A and Munday, P (2013). Climate change and the performance of larval coral reef fishes: the interaction between temperature and food availability. Conservation Physiology 1: cot024.
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Capacity for regeneration in crown of thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci

Messmer, V, Pratchett, MS and Clark, TD (2013). Capacity for regeneration in crown of thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci. Coral Reefs 32(2): 461.
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Increased CO2 stimulates reproduction in a coral reef fish.

Miller, GM, Watson, S-A, McCormick, MI and Munday, PL (2013). Increased CO2 stimulates reproduction in a coral reef fish. Global Change Biology 19(10): 3037-3045.
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Understanding characteristics that define the feasibility of conservation actions in a common pool marine resource governance system.

Mills, M, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Foale, S, Aswani, S and Knight, AT (2013). Understanding characteristics that define the feasibility of conservation actions in a common pool marine resource governance system. Conservation Letters 6(6): 418-429.
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Ontogenetic differences in chemical alarm cue production determine antipredator responses and learned predator recognition.

Mitchell, MD and McCormick, MI (2013). Ontogenetic differences in chemical alarm cue production determine antipredator responses and learned predator recognition. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67(7): 1123-1129.
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Generalization of learned predator recognition in coral reef ecosystems: how cautious are damselfish?

Mitchell, MD, McCormick, MI, Chivers, DP and Ferrari, MCO (2013). Generalization of learned predator recognition in coral reef ecosystems: how cautious are damselfish? Functional Ecology 27(2): 299-304.
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Isolation and characterization of twenty microsatellite markers for the study of hybridization in butterflyfish of the genus Chaetodon.

Montanari, SR, Gardner, MG, Hobbs, J-PA, Pratchett, MS, Bay, LK and van Herwerden, L (2013). Isolation and characterization of twenty microsatellite markers for the study of hybridization in butterflyfish of the genus Chaetodon. Conservation Genetics Resources 5(3): 783-786.
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Invariant scaling relationship between functional dissimilarity and co-occurrence in fish assemblages of the Patos Lagoon estuary (Brazil): environmental filtering consistently overshadows competitive exclusion.

Mouchet, MA, Burns, MDM, Garcia, AM, Vieira, JP and Mouillot, D (2013). Invariant scaling relationship between functional dissimilarity and co-occurrence in fish assemblages of the Patos Lagoon estuary (Brazil): environmental filtering consistently overshadows competitive exclusion. Oikos 122(2): 247-257.
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Rare species support vulnerable functions in high-diversity ecosystems.

Mouillot, D, Bellwood, DR, Baraloto, C, Chave, J, Galzin, R, Harmelin-Vivien, M, Kulbicki, M, Lavergne, S, Lavorel, S, Mouquet, N, Paine, CET, Renaud, J and Thuiller, W (2013). Rare species support vulnerable functions in high-diversity ecosystems. PLoS Biology 11(5): e1001569.
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The challenge of delineating biogeographical regions: nestedness matters for Indo-Pacific coral reef fishes.

Mouillot, D, De Bortoli, J, Leprieur, F, Parravicini, V, Kulbicki, M and Bellwood, DR (2013). The challenge of delineating biogeographical regions: nestedness matters for Indo-Pacific coral reef fishes. Journal of Biogeography 40(12): 2228-2237.
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A functional approach reveals community responses to disturbances.

Mouillot, D, Graham, N, Villéger, S, Mason, N and Bellwood, D (2013). A functional approach reveals community responses to disturbances. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28(3): 167-177.
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Genetic network and breeding patterns of a sicklefin lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens) population in the Society Islands, French Polynesia.

Mourier, J, Buray, N, Schultz, JK, Clua, E and Planes, S (2013). Genetic network and breeding patterns of a sicklefin lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens) population in the Society Islands, French Polynesia. PLoS ONE 8(8): e73899.
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Population structure, spatial distribution and life-history traits of blacktip reef sharks Carcharhinus melanopterus.

Mourier, J, Mills, SC and Planes, S (2013). Population structure, spatial distribution and life-history traits of blacktip reef sharks Carcharhinus melanopterus. Journal of Fish Biology 82(3): 979-993.
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Direct genetic evidence for reproductive philopatry and associated fine-scale migrations in female blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) in French Polynesia.

Mourier, J and Planes, S (2013). Direct genetic evidence for reproductive philopatry and associated fine-scale migrations in female blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) in French Polynesia. Molecular Ecology 22(1): 201-214.
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Trophic interactions at the top of the coral reef food chain.

Mourier, J, Planes, S and Buray, N (2013). Trophic interactions at the top of the coral reef food chain. Coral Reefs 32(1): 285-285.
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Sun compass orientation helps coral reef fish larvae return to their natal reef.

Mouritsen, H, Atema, J, Kingsford, MJ and Gerlach, G (2013). Sun compass orientation helps coral reef fish larvae return to their natal reef. PloS ONE 8(6): e66039.
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Empirical relationships among resilience indicators on Micronesian reefs.

Mumby, P; Bejarano, S; Golbuu, Y; Steneck, R; Arnold, S; Van Woesik, R and Friedlander, A (2013). Empirical relationships among resilience indicators on Micronesian reefs. Coral Reefs. 32: 213–226.
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Empirical relationships among resilience indicators on Micronesian reefs.

Mumby, P, Bejarano, S, Golbuu, Y, Steneck, R, Arnold, S, Van Woesik, R and Friedlander, A (2013). Empirical relationships among resilience indicators on Micronesian reefs. Coral Reefs 32: 213–226.
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Evidence for and against the existence of alternate attractors on coral reefs.

Mumby, PJ, Steneck, RS and Hastings, A (2013). Evidence for and against the existence of alternate attractors on coral reefs. Oikos 122(4): 481-491.
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Elevated CO2 affects the behavior of an ecologically and economically important coral reef fish.

Munday, PL, Pratchett, MS, Dixson, DL, Donelson, JM, Endo, GGK, Reynolds, AD and Knuckey, R (2013). Elevated CO2 affects the behavior of an ecologically and economically important coral reef fish. Marine Biology 160(8): 2137-2144.
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Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea.

Munday, PL, Warner, RR, Monro, K, Pandolfi, JM and Marshall, DJ (2013). Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea. Ecology Letters 16(12): 1488-1500.
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Spatial and temporal variations in stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotopic composition of symbiotic Scleractinian corals.

Nahon, S, Richoux, NB, Kolasinski, J, Desmalades, M, Pages, CF, Lecellier, G, Planes, S and Lecellier, VB (2013). Spatial and temporal variations in stable carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) isotopic composition of symbiotic Scleractinian corals. PLoS ONE 8(12): e81247.
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Cross-scale habitat structure drives fish body size distributions on coral reefs.

Nash, KL; Graham, NaJ; Wilson, SK and Bellwood, DR (2013) Cross-scale habitat structure drives fish body size distributions on coral reefs. Ecosystems. 16(3): 478-490.
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Fish foraging patterns, vulnerability to fishing, and implications for the management of ecosystem function across scales.

Nash, KL, Graham, NAJ and Bellwood, DR (2013). Fish foraging patterns, vulnerability to fishing, and implications for the management of ecosystem function across scales. Ecological Applications 23(7): 1632-1644.
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The corallivorous invertebrate Drupella aids in transmission of brown band disease on the Great Barrier Reef.

Nicolet, KJ, Hoogenboom, MO, Gardiner, NM, Pratchett, MS and Willis, BL (2013). The corallivorous invertebrate Drupella aids in transmission of brown band disease on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 32(2): 585–595.
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Community change within a Caribbean coral reef Marine Protected Area following two decades of local management.

Noble, MM; Van Laake, G; Berumen, ML and Fulton, CJ (2013). Community change within a Caribbean coral reef Marine Protected Area following two decades of local management. PLoS ONE. 8(1): e54069.
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Genetic diversity and differentiation among high-latitude broadcast-spawning coral populations disjunct from the core range.

Noreen, AME, van Oppen, MJH and Harrison, PL (2013). Genetic diversity and differentiation among high-latitude broadcast-spawning coral populations disjunct from the core range. Marine Ecology Progress Series 491: 101-109.
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Growth of tropical dasyatid rays estimated using a multi-analytical approach.

O’Shea, OR, Braccini, M, McAuley, R, Speed, CW and Meekan, MG (2013). Growth of tropical dasyatid rays estimated using a multi-analytical approach. PLoS ONE 8(10): e77194.
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Dietary partitioning by five sympatric species of stingray (Dasyatidae) on coral reefs.

O’Shea, OR, Thums, M, van Keulen, M, Kempster, RM and Meekan, MG (2013). Dietary partitioning by five sympatric species of stingray (Dasyatidae) on coral reefs. Journal of Fish Biology 82(6): 1805-1820.
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The combined effects of temperature and CO2 lead to altered gene expression in Acropora aspera.

Ogawa, D, Bobeszko, T, Ainsworth, T and Leggat, W (2013). The combined effects of temperature and CO2 lead to altered gene expression in Acropora aspera. Coral Reefs 32(4): 895-907.
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Can a thermally tolerant symbiont improve the future of Caribbean coral reefs?

Ortiz, JC; Gonzalez-Rivero, M and Mumby, P (2013). Can a thermally tolerant symbiont improve the future of Caribbean coral reefs? Global Change Biology. 19(1): 273–281.
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Emergence of global adaptive governance for stewardship of regional marine resources.

Osterblom, H and Folke, C (2013). Emergence of global adaptive governance for stewardship of regional marine resources. Ecology and Society 18(2):4.
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Modeling social-ecological scenarios in marine systems.

Osterblom, H, Merrie, A, Metian, M, Boonstra, WJ, Blenckner, T, Watson, JR, Rykaczewski, RR, Ota, Y, Sarmiento, JL, Christensen, V, Schluter, M, Birnbaum, S, Gustafsson, BG, Humborg, C, Morth, CM, Muller-Karulis, B, Tomczak, MT, Troell, M and Folke, C (2013). Modeling social-ecological scenarios in marine systems. Bioscience 63(9): 735-744.
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Reef odor: a wake up call for navigation in reef fish larvae.

Paris, CB, Atema, J, Irisson, J-O, Kingsford, M, Gerlach, G and Guigand, CM (2013). Reef odor: a wake up call for navigation in reef fish larvae. PLoS ONE 8(8): e72808.
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Global patterns and predictors of tropical reef fish species richness.

Parravicini, V, Kulbicki, M, Bellwood, DR, Friedlander, AM, Arias-Gonzalez, JE, Chabanet, P, Floeter, SR, Myers, R, Vigliola, L, D’Agata, S and Mouillot, D (2013). Global patterns and predictors of tropical reef fish species richness. Ecography 36(12): 1254-1262.
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Caribbean-wide decline in carbonate production threatens coral reef growth.

Perry, CT, Murphy, GN, Kench, PS, Smithers, SG, Edinger, EN, Steneck, RS and Mumby, PJ (2013). Caribbean-wide decline in carbonate production threatens coral reef growth. Nature Communications 4: 1402.
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Blind to morphology: genetics identifies several widespread ecologically common species and few endemics among Indo-Pacific cauliflower corals (Pocillopora, Scleractinia).

Pinzon, JH, Sampayo, E, Cox, E, Chauka, LJ, Chen, CA, Voolstra, CR and LaJeunesse, TC (2013). Blind to morphology: genetics identifies several widespread ecologically common species and few endemics among Indo-Pacific cauliflower corals (Pocillopora, Scleractinia). Journal of Biogeography 40(8): 1595-1608.
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Cymo melanodactylus crabs slow progression of white syndrome lesions on corals.

Pollock, FJ; Katz, SM; Bourne, DG and Willis, BL (2013). Cymo melanodactylus crabs slow progression of white syndrome lesions on corals. Coral Reefs. 32(1): 43-48.
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Global imprint of climate change on marine life.

Poloczanska, ES, Brown, CJ, Sydeman, WJ, Kiessling, W, Schoeman, DS, Moore, PJ, Brander, K, Bruno, JF, Buckley, LB, Burrows, MT, Duarte, CM, Halpern, BS, Holding, J, Kappel, CV, O’Connor, MI, Pandolfi, JM, Parmesan, C, Schwing, F, Thompson, SA and Richardson, AJ (2013). Global imprint of climate change on marine life. Nature Climate Change 3(10): 919-925.
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Specialist corallivores dominate butterflyfish assemblages in coral-dominated reef habitats.

Pratchett, MS, Graham, NAJ and Cole, AJ (2013). Specialist corallivores dominate butterflyfish assemblages in coral-dominated reef habitats. Journal of Fish Biology 82(4): 1177-1191.
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Functional composition of Chaetodon butterflyfishes at a peripheral and extreme coral reef location, the Persian Gulf.

Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS, Feary, DA, Bauman, AG, Burt, JA and Riegl, BM (2013). Functional composition of Chaetodon butterflyfishes at a peripheral and extreme coral reef location, the Persian Gulf. Marine Pollution Bulletin 72(2): 333-341.
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Changes in bleaching susceptibility among corals subject to ocean warming and recurrent bleaching in Moorea, French Polynesia.

Pratchett, MS, McCowan, D, Maynard, JA and Heron, SF (2013). Changes in bleaching susceptibility among corals subject to ocean warming and recurrent bleaching in Moorea, French Polynesia. PLoS ONE 8(7): e70443.
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Background mortality rates for recovering populations of Acropora cytherea in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean.

Pratchett, MS, Pisapia, C and Sheppard, CRC (2013). Background mortality rates for recovering populations of Acropora cytherea in the Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. Marine Environmental Research 86: 29-34.
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The plan of the day: managing the dynamic transition from regional conservation designs to local conservation actions.

Pressey, RL, Mills, M, Weeks, R and Day, JC (2013). The plan of the day: managing the dynamic transition from regional conservation designs to local conservation actions. Biological Conservation 166: 155-169.
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DMSP biosynthesis by an animal and its role in coral thermal stress response.

Raina, J-B, Tapiolas, DM, Foret, S, Lutz, A, Abrego, D, Ceh, J, Seneca, FO, Clode, PL, Bourne, DG, Willis, BL and Motti, CA (2013). DMSP biosynthesis by an animal and its role in coral thermal stress response. Nature 502(7473): 677-680.
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The skeletal proteome of the coral Acropora millepora: the evolution of calcification by co-option and domain shuffling.

Ramos-Silva, P, Kaandorp, J, Huisman, L, Marie, B, Zanella-Cleon, I, Guichard, N, Miller, DJ and Marin, F (2013). The skeletal proteome of the coral Acropora millepora: the evolution of calcification by co-option and domain shuffling. Molecular Biology and Evolution 30(9): 2099-2112.
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Consumer diversity interacts with prey defenses to drive ecosystem function.

Rasher, DB, Hoey, AS and Hay, ME (2013). Consumer diversity interacts with prey defenses to drive ecosystem function. Ecology 94(6): 1347-1358.
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Governance of aquatic agricultural systems: analyzing representation, power, and accountability.

Ratner, BD, Cohen, P, Barman, B, Mam, K, Nagoli, J and Allison, EH (2013). Governance of aquatic agricultural systems: analyzing representation, power, and accountability. Ecology and Society 18(4): 59.
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Ocean acidification and warming scenarios increase microbioerosion of coral skeletons.

Reyes-Nivia, C, Diaz-Pulido, G, Kline, D, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2013). Ocean acidification and warming scenarios increase microbioerosion of coral skeletons. Global Change Biology 19(6): 1919-1929.
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Decline in growth of foraminifer Marginopora rossi under eutrophication and ocean acidification scenarios.

Reymond, CE; Lloyd, A; Kline, DI; Dove, SG and Pandolfi, JM (2013). Decline in growth of foraminifer Marginopora rossi under eutrophication and ocean acidification scenarios. Global Change Biology. 19(1): 291-302.
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Millennium-scale records of benthic foraminiferal communities from the central Great Barrier Reef reveal spatial differences and temporal consistency.

Reymond, CE, Roff, G, Chivas, AR, Zhao, J-X and Pandolfi, JM (2013). Millennium-scale records of benthic foraminiferal communities from the central Great Barrier Reef reveal spatial differences and temporal consistency. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 374: 52-61.
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Reproductive biology of squaretail coralgrouper Plectropomus areolatus using age-based techniques.

Rhodes, KL, Taylor, BM, Wichilmel, CB, Joseph, E, Hamilton, RJ and Almany, GR (2013). Reproductive biology of squaretail coralgrouper Plectropomus areolatus using age-based techniques. Journal of Fish Biology 82(4): 1333-1350.
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Molecular phylogenetics of geographically restricted Acropora species: implications for threatened species conservation.

Richards, ZT, Miller, DJ and Wallace, CC (2013). Molecular phylogenetics of geographically restricted Acropora species: implications for threatened species conservation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 69(3): 837-851.
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Multiple occupancy-abundance patterns in staghorn coral communities.

Richards, ZT, Syms, C, Wallace, CC, Muir, PR and Willis, BL (2013). Multiple occupancy-abundance patterns in staghorn coral communities. Diversity and Distributions 19(8): 884-895.
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Continental-scale governance and the hastening of loss of Australia’s biodiversity.

Ritchie, EG, Bradshaw, CJA, Dickman, CR, Hobbs, R, Johnson, CN, Johnston, EL, Laurance, WF, Lindenmayer, D, McCarthy, MA, Nimmo, DG, Possingham, HH, Pressey, RL, Watson, DM and Woinarski, J (2013). Continental-scale governance and the hastening of loss of Australia’s biodiversity. Conservation Biology 27(6): 1133-1135.
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Lethal doses of oxbile, peptones and thiosulfate-citrate-bile-sucrose agar (TCBS) for Acanthaster planci; exploring alternative population control options.

Rivera-Posada J, Caballes CF, Pratchett MS. (2013). Lethal doses of oxbile, peptones and thiosulfate-citrate-bile-sucrose agar (TCBS) for Acanthaster planci; exploring alternative population control options. Marine Pollution Bulletin 75: 133-139.
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Finding the best estimates of metabolic rates in a coral reef fish.

Roche, DG, Binning, SA, Bosiger, Y, Johansen, JL and Rummer, JL (2013). Finding the best estimates of metabolic rates in a coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 216(11): 2103-2110.
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Increased behavioural lateralization in parasitized coral reef fish.

Roche, DG, Binning, SA, Strong, LE, Davies, JN and Jennions, MD (2013). Increased behavioural lateralization in parasitized coral reef fish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67(8): 1339-1344.
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Prevalence of the parasitic cymothoid isopod Anilocra nemipteri on its fish host at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef.

Roche DG, Strong LE, Binning SA. (2013). Prevalence of the parasitic cymothoid isopod Anilocra nemipteri on its fish host at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Australian Journal of Zoology 60: 330-333.
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Palaeoecological evidence of a historical collapse of corals at Pelorus Island, inshore Great Barrier Reef, following European settlement.

Roff, G; Clark, TR; Reymond, CE; Zhao, J-X; Feng, Y; Mccook, LJ; Done, TJ and Pandolfi, JM (2013). Palaeoecological evidence of a historical collapse of corals at Pelorus Island, inshore Great Barrier Reef, following European settlement. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 280(1750).
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Macroalgal associations of motile epifaunal invertebrate communities on coral reefs.

Roff, G, Wabnitz, CCC, Harborne, AR and Mumby, PJ (2013). Macroalgal associations of motile epifaunal invertebrate communities on coral reefs. Marine Ecology 34(4): 409-419.
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New-old hemoglobin-like proteins of symbiotic dinoflagellates.

Rosic, NN, Leggat, W, Kaniewska, P, Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2013). New-old hemoglobin-like proteins of symbiotic dinoflagellates. Ecology and Evolution 3(4): 822-834.
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Retention of a transgenerational marker (137Barium) in tissues of adult female anemonefish and assessment of physiological stress.

Roy, A-S; Frisch, AJ; Syms, C; Thorrold, SR and Jones, GP (2013). Retention of a transgenerational marker (137Barium) in tissues of adult female anemonefish and assessment of physiological stress. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 96(4): 459-466.
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Caught in the middle: combined impacts of shark removal and coral loss on the fish communities of coral reefs.

Ruppert, JLW, Travers, MJ, Smith, LL, Fortin, M-J and Meekan, MG (2013). Caught in the middle: combined impacts of shark removal and coral loss on the fish communities of coral reefs. PLoS ONE 8(9): e74648.
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The influence of temperature and vital effects on magnesium isotope variability in Porites and Astrangia corals.

Saenger, C, Wang, Z, Gaetani, G, Cohen, A and Lough, JM (2013). The influence of temperature and vital effects on magnesium isotope variability in Porites and Astrangia corals. Chemical Geology 360: 105-117.
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Pyrosequencing-based profiling of archaeal and bacterial 16S rRNA genes identifies a novel archaeon associated with black band disease in corals.

Sato, Y, Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2013). Pyrosequencing-based profiling of archaeal and bacterial 16S rRNA genes identifies a novel archaeon associated with black band disease in corals. Environmental Microbiology 15(11): 2994-3007.
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Coastal retreat and improved water quality mitigate losses of seagrass from sea level rise.

Saunders, MI, Leon, J, Phinn, SR, Callaghan, DP, O’Brien, KR, Roelfsema, CM, Lovelock, CE, Lyons, MB and Mumby, PJ (2013). Coastal retreat and improved water quality mitigate losses of seagrass from sea level rise. Global Change Biology 19(8): 2569-2583.
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Coral energy reserves and calcification in a high-CO2 world at two temperatures.

Schoepf, V, Grottoli, AG, Warner, ME, Cai, W-J, Melman, TF, Hoadley, KD, Pettay, DT, Hu, X, Li, Q, Xu, H, Wang, Y, Matsui, Y and Baumann, JH (2013). Coral energy reserves and calcification in a high-CO2 world at two temperatures. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75049.
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Inferred global connectivity of whale shark Rhincodon typus populations.

Sequeira, AMM, Mellin, C, Meekan, MG, Sims, DW and Bradshaw, CJA (2013). Inferred global connectivity of whale shark Rhincodon typus populations. Journal of Fish Biology 82(2): 367-389.
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Spatial and temporal predictions of inter-decadal trends in Indian Ocean whale sharks.

Sequeira, AMM, Mellin, C, Delean, S, Meekan, MG and Bradshaw, CJA (2013). Spatial and temporal predictions of inter-decadal trends in Indian Ocean whale sharks. Marine Ecology Progress Series 478: 185-195.
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The role of CO2 variability and exposure time for biological impacts of ocean acidification.

Shaw, EC, Munday, PL and McNeil, BI (2013). The role of CO2 variability and exposure time for biological impacts of ocean acidification. Geophysical Research Letters 40(17): 4685-4688.
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Making decisions to conserve species under climate change.

Shoo, LP, Hoffmann, AA, Garnett, S, Pressey, RL, Williams, YM, Taylor, M, Falconi, L, Yates, CJ, Scott, JK, Alagador, D and Williams, SE (2013). Making decisions to conserve species under climate change. Climatic Change 119(2): 239-246.
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Transmitter attachment and release methods for short-term shark and stingray tracking on coral reefs.

Speed, CW, O’Shea, OR and Meekan, MG (2013). Transmitter attachment and release methods for short-term shark and stingray tracking on coral reefs. Marine Biology 160(4): 1041-1050.
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Can backcalculation models unravel complex larval growth histories in a tropical freshwater fish?

Starrs, D, Ebner, BC and Fulton, CJ (2013). Can backcalculation models unravel complex larval growth histories in a tropical freshwater fish? Journal of Fish Biology 83(1): 96-110.
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Ecosystem flips, locks, and feedbacks: the lasting effects of fisheries on Maine’s kelp forest ecosystem.

Steneck, RS, Leland, A, McNaught, DC and Vavrinec, J (2013). Ecosystem flips, locks, and feedbacks: the lasting effects of fisheries on Maine’s kelp forest ecosystem. Bulletin of Marine Science 89(1): 31-55.
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American lobster dynamics in a brave new ocean.

Steneck, RS and Wahle, RA (2013). American lobster dynamics in a brave new ocean. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70(11): 1612-1624.
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Direct measurement of dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in reef-building corals using quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) spectroscopy.

Tapiolas, DM, Raina, J-B, Lutz, A, Willis, BL and Motti, CA (2013). Direct measurement of dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) in reef-building corals using quantitative nuclear magnetic resonance (qNMR) spectroscopy. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 443: 85-89.
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Understanding diversity-stability relationships: towards a unified model of portfolio effects.

Thibaut, LM and Connolly, SR (2013). Understanding diversity-stability relationships: towards a unified model of portfolio effects. Ecology Letters. 16(2): 140-150.
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A road map for integrating eco-evolutionary processes into biodiversity models.

Thuiller, W, Muenkemueller, T, Lavergne, S, Mouillot, D, Mouquet, N, Schiffers, K and Gravel, D (2013). A road map for integrating eco-evolutionary processes into biodiversity models. Ecology Letters 16: 94-105.
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Evidence for behavioural thermoregulation by the world’s largest fish.

Thums, M, Meekan, M, Stevens, J, Wilson, S and Polovina, J (2013). Evidence for behavioural thermoregulation by the world’s largest fish. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10(78): 20120477.
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Tracking sea turtle hatchlings – A pilot study using acoustic telemetry.

Thums, M, Whiting, SD, Reisser, JW, Pendoley, KL, Pattiaratchi, CB, Harcourt, RG, McMahon, CR and Meekan, MG (2013). Tracking sea turtle hatchlings – A pilot study using acoustic telemetry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 440: 156-163.
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A rapid genetic assay for the identification of the most common Pocillopora damicornis genetic lineages on the Great Barrier Reef.

Torda, G; Schmidt-Roach, S; Peplow, LM; Lundgren, P and Van Oppen, MJH (2013). A rapid genetic assay for the identification of the most common Pocillopora damicornis genetic lineages on the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE. 8(3): e58447.
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Genetic assignment of recruits reveals short- and long-distance larval dispersal in Pocillopora damicornis on the Great Barrier Reef.

Torda, G, Lundgren, P, Willis, BL and Van Oppen, MJH (2013). Genetic assignment of recruits reveals short- and long-distance larval dispersal in Pocillopora damicornis on the Great Barrier Reef. Molecular Ecology 22(23): 5821-5834.
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Revisiting the connectivity puzzle of the common coral Pocillopora damicornis.

Torda, G, Lundgren, P, Willis, BL and Van Oppen, MJH (2013). Revisiting the connectivity puzzle of the common coral Pocillopora damicornis. Molecular Ecology 22(23): 5805-5820.
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Spatial variation in abundance, size and orientation of juvenile corals related to the biomass of parrotfishes on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Trapon, ML; Pratchett, MS and Hoey, AS (2013). Spatial variation in abundance, size and orientation of juvenile corals related to the biomass of parrotfishes on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. PLoS ONE. 8(2): e57788.
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Post-settlement growth and mortality rates of juvenile scleractinian corals in Moorea, French Polynesia versus Trunk Reef, Australia.

Trapon, ML, Pratchett, MS, Adjeroud, M, Hoey, AS and Baird, AH (2013). Post-settlement growth and mortality rates of juvenile scleractinian corals in Moorea, French Polynesia versus Trunk Reef, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 488: 157-170.
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Influence of fish grazing and sedimentation on the early post-settlement survival of the tabular coral Acropora cytherea.

Trapon, ML, Pratchett, MS, Hoey, AS and Baird, AH (2013). Influence of fish grazing and sedimentation on the early post-settlement survival of the tabular coral Acropora cythereaCoral Reefs 32(4): 1051-1059.
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Impacts of the Moreton Bay Marine Park rezoning on commercial fishermen.

van de Geer, C, Mills, M, Adams, VM, Pressey, RL and McPhee, D (2013). Impacts of the Moreton Bay Marine Park rezoning on commercial fishermen. Marine Policy 39: 248-256.
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Microstructural evolution and nanoscale crystallography in scleractinian coral spherulites.

van de Locht, R, Verch, A, Saunders, M, Dissard, D, Rixen, T, Moya, A and Kroeger, R (2013). Microstructural evolution and nanoscale crystallography in scleractinian coral spherulites. Journal of Structural Biology 183(1): 57-65.
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Limited contemporary gene flow and high self-replenishment drives peripheral isolation in an endemic coral reef fish.

van der Meer, MH, Horne, JB, Gardner, MG, Hobbs, J-PA, Pratchett, M and van Herwerden, L (2013). Limited contemporary gene flow and high self-replenishment drives peripheral isolation in an endemic coral reef fish. Ecology and Evolution 3(6): 1653-1666.
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Temporary refugia for coral reefs in a warming world.

van Hooidonk, R, Maynard, JA and Planes, S (2013). Temporary refugia for coral reefs in a warming world. Nature Climate Change 3(5): 508-511.
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Otx2 expression and implications for olfactory imprinting in the anemonefish, Amphiprion percula.

Veilleux, HD, Van Herwerden, L, Cole, NJ, Don, EK, De Santis, C, Dixson, DL, Wenger, AS and Munday, PL (2013). Otx2 expression and implications for olfactory imprinting in the anemonefish, Amphiprion percula. Biology Open 2(9): 907-15.
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Impact of seawater acidification on pH at the tissue–skeleton interface and calcification in reef corals.

Venn, AA; Tambutté, E; Holcomb, M; Laurenta, J; Allemand, D and Tambutté, S (2013). Impact of seawater acidification on pH at the tissue–skeleton interface and calcification in reef corals. PNAS. 110(5): 1634–1639.
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Environmental influences on patterns of vertical movement and site fidelity of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) at aggregation sites.

Vianna, GMS, Meekan, MG, Meeuwig, JJ and Speed, CW (2013). Environmental influences on patterns of vertical movement and site fidelity of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) at aggregation sites. PLoS ONE 8(4): e60331.
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Valuing individual animals through tourism: Science or speculation? – Reply to Catlin et al.

Vianna, GMS, Meekan, MG, Pannell, DJ, Marsh, SP and Meeuwig, JJ (2013). Valuing individual animals through tourism: Science or speculation? – Reply to Catlin et al. (2013).Biological Conservation 166: 301-302.
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Microsatellite analyses of blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) in a fragmented environment show structured clusters.

Vignaud, T, Clua, E, Mourier, J, Maynard, J and Planes, S (2013). Microsatellite analyses of blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) in a fragmented environment show structured clusters. PLoS ONE 8(4): e61067.
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Effects of errors and gaps in spatial data sets on assessment of conservation progress.

Visconti, P, Di Marco, M, Alvarez-Romero, JG, Januchowski-Hartley, SR, Pressey, RL, Weeks, R and Rondinini, C (2013). Effects of errors and gaps in spatial data sets on assessment of conservation progress. Conservation Biology 27(5): 1000-1010.
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Body fineness ratio as a predictor of maximum prolonged-swimming speed in coral reef fishes.

Walker, JA, Alfaro, ME, Noble, MM and Fulton, CJ (2013). Body fineness ratio as a predictor of maximum prolonged-swimming speed in coral reef fishes. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75422.
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Environmental records from Great Barrier Reef corals: inshore versus offshore drivers.

Walther, BD, Kingsford, MJ and McCulloch, MT (2013). Environmental records from Great Barrier Reef corals: inshore versus offshore drivers. PLoS ONE 8(10): e77091.
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Adaptive comanagement of a Marine Protected Area network in Fiji.

Weeks, R and Jupiter, SD (2013). Adaptive comanagement of a Marine Protected Area network in Fiji. Conservation Biology 27(6): 1234-1244.
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The acute transcriptional response of the coral Acropora millepora to immune challenge: expression of GiMAP/IAN genes links the innate immune responses of corals with those of mammals and plants.

Weiss, Y, Foret, S, Hayward, DC, Ainsworth, T, King, R, Ball, EE and Miller, DJ (2013). The acute transcriptional response of the coral Acropora millepora to immune challenge: expression of GiMAP/IAN genes links the innate immune responses of corals with those of mammals and plants. BMC Genomics. 14: 400.
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Recruitment hotspots boost the effectiveness of no-take marine reserves.

Wen, CKC, Almany, GR, Williamson, DH, Pratchett, MS, Mannering, TD, Evans, RD, Leis, JM, Srinivasan, M and Jones, GP (2013). Recruitment hotspots boost the effectiveness of no-take marine reserves. Biological Conservation 166: 124-131.
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Role of prey availability in microhabitat preferences of juvenile coral trout (Plectropomus: Serranidae).

Wen, CKC, Pratchett, MS, Almany, GR and Jones, GP (2013). Role of prey availability in microhabitat preferences of juvenile coral trout (Plectropomus: Serranidae). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 443: 39-45.
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Patterns of recruitment and microhabitat associations for three predatory coral reef fishes on the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Wen, CKC, Pratchett, MS, Almany, GR and Jones, GP (2013). Patterns of recruitment and microhabitat associations for three predatory coral reef fishes on the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Coral Reefs 32(2): 389–398.
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Determining trigger values of suspended sediment for behavioral changes in a coral reef fish.

Wenger, AS and McCormick, MI (2013). Determining trigger values of suspended sediment for behavioral changes in a coral reef fish. Marine Pollution Bulletin 70(1-2): 73-80.
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Suspended sediment alters predator–prey interactions between two coral reef fishes.

Wenger, AS, McCormick, MI, Mcleod, I and Jones, GP (2013). Suspended sediment alters predator–prey interactions between two coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs 32(2): 369–374.
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Syndromes or flexibility: behavior during a life history transition of a coral reef fish.

White, JR, McCormick, MI and Meekan, MG (2013). Syndromes or flexibility: behavior during a life history transition of a coral reef fish. PLoS ONE 8(12): e84262.
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A comparison of measures of boldness and their relationships to survival in young fish.

White, JR, Meekan, MG, McCormick, MI and Ferrari, MCO (2013). A comparison of measures of boldness and their relationships to survival in young fish. PloS ONE 8(7): e68900.
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Two new fish species of the subfamily Anthiinae (Perciformes, Serranidae) from the Marquesas.

Williams, JT, Delrieu-Trottin, E and Planes, S (2013). Two new fish species of the subfamily Anthiinae (Perciformes, Serranidae) from the Marquesas. Zootaxa 3647(1): 167-180.
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Differential use of shelter holes by sympatric species of blennies (Blennidae).

Wilson, SK, Fisher, R and Pratchett, MS (2013). Differential use of shelter holes by sympatric species of blennies (Blennidae). Marine Biology 160(9): 2405-2411.
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The effects of temperature on embryonic development and larval survival in two scleractinian corals.

Woolsey, ES, Byrne, M and Baird, AH (2013). The effects of temperature on embryonic development and larval survival in two scleractinian corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 493: 179-184.
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Atmospheric forcing intensifies the effects of regional ocean warming on reef-scale temperature anomalies during a coral bleaching event.

Zhang, ZL, Falter, J, Lowe, R, Ivey, G and McCulloch, M (2013). Atmospheric forcing intensifies the effects of regional ocean warming on reef-scale temperature anomalies during a coral bleaching event. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 118(9): 4600-4616.
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Marine and freshwater conservation planning: From representation to persistence

Ban, N, Januchowski-Hartley, S, Alvarez Romero, JG, Mills, M, Pressey, B, Linke, S and deFreitas, D (2013). Marine and freshwater conservation planning: From representation to persistence, In Conservation Planning: Shaping the Future Craighead, F and Convis, C. (Eds.). ESRI Press, 440 pp.
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Integrating conservation planning with human communities, ecosystem services, and economics

Chan, KMA, Ban, NC and Naidoo, R (2013). Integrating conservation planning with human communities, ecosystem services, and economics. In: Craighead, L and Convis, C. (eds). Conservation Planning: Shaping the Future, Esri Press, California, 21-50 pp.

Diversity in diet and feeding behaviour of Butterflyfishes: Reliance on reef corals versus reef habitats

Cole, A and Pratchett, MS (2013). Diversity in diet and feeding behaviour of Butterflyfishes: Reliance on reef corals versus reef habitats, In: Pratchett, MS, Berumen, ML, and Kapoor BG (eds). Biology of Butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 107-139 pp.
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Fossil record.

Connolly SR, Kosnik MA (2013). Fossil record. In: Levin SA, (ed). Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. 2nd ed. Waltham, MA, USA, Academic Press, 537-544 pp.

Extraction protocol for nontargeted NMR and LC-MS metabolomics-based analysis of hard coral and their algal symbionts.

Gordon B, Leggat W, Motti C. (2013). Extraction protocol for nontargeted NMR and LC-MS metabolomics-based analysis of hard coral and their algal symbionts. In: Roessner U, Dias DA, (eds). Metabolomics Tools for Natural Product Discovery, Humana Press, 129-147 pp.
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The status of coral reef fish assemblages in the Chagos Archipelago, with implications for protected area management and climate change.

Graham, N, Pratchett, MS, Mcclanahan, T and Wilson, SK (2013). The status of coral reef fish assemblages in the Chagos Archipelago, with implications for protected area management and climate change. In: Sheppard C, (ed). Coral reefs of the United Kingdom overseas territories, Springer Netherlands, 253-270 pp.
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Climate change and marine turtles.

Hamann, M, Fuentes, M, Ban, N and Mocellin, V (2013). Climate change and marine turtles, In The Biology of Sea Turtles. Wyneken, J, Lohmann, KJ and Musick, JA. (Eds.). CRC Press, 353-370 pp.
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Hybridisation among Butterflyfishes

Hobbs, J-P, van Herwerden, L, Pratchett, MS and Allen, GR (2013). Hybridisation among Butterflyfishes, In: Pratchett, MS, Berumen, ML, and Kapoor BG (eds). Biology of Butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 48-69 pp.
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Butterflyfishes as a model group for reef fish ecology: Important and emerging research topics.

Pratchett, MS, Chong Seng, K, Feary, DA, Hoey, A, Fulton, C, Nowicki, JP, Dewan, AK, Walker, S and Berumen, M (2013). Butterflyfishes as a model group for reef fish ecology: Important and emerging research topics. In: Pratchett, MS, Berumen, ML, and Kapoor BG (eds). Biology of Butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 310-334 pp.
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Sea urchins as drivers of shallow benthic marine community structure.

Steneck, RS (2013). Sea urchins as drivers of shallow benthic marine community structure. In: Lawrence, JM. Editor. Sea urchins: biology and ecology, 3rd edition, Academic Press, San Diego, 195-212 pp.
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Susceptibility of butterflyfish to habitat disturbance: Do ‘chaets’ ever prosper?

Wilson, SK, Graham, N and Pratchett, M (2013). Susceptibility of butterflyfish to habitat disturbance: Do ‘chaets’ ever prosper? In: Pratchett, M, Berumen, M and Kapoor, B. (eds). Biology of Butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 226-245 pp.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Spatially explicit scenarios for conservation planning in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone, Australia.

Auge, AA, Maughan, M, Pressey, RL, Brodie, D and Yorkston, H (2013). Spatially explicit scenarios for conservation planning in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone, Australia. In: Devillers, R, Lee, C, Canessa, R and Sherin, A, (eds). Proceedings of the CoastGIS Conference 2013: Monitoring and adapting to change on the coast, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 179-182 pp.

Supporting Regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) organisations to update their NRM plans for adaptation to climate change.

Bohnet, IC, Hill, R, Turton, SM, Bell, R, Hilbert, DW, Hinchley, D, Pressey, RL, Rainbird, J, Standley, P-M, Cvitanovic, C, Crowley, G, Curnock, M, Dale, A, Lyons, P, Moran, C and Pert, PL (2013). Supporting Regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) organisations to update their NRM plans for adaptation to climate change. In: Piantadosi, J, Anderssen, RS and J., B, (eds). MODSIM2013: 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, Adelaide, SA, Australia, 2214-2220 pp.
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The influence of hydrodynamic forcing on sediment transport pathways and shoreline evolution in a coral reef environment.

Pomeroy, A, Lowe, R, Bowyer, C, Zhang, Z, Falter, J, van Dongeren, A and Roelvink, J (2013). The influence of hydrodynamic forcing on sediment transport pathways and shoreline evolution in a coral reef environment. 7th International Conference on Coastal Dynamics, Arcachon Convention Centre, Bordeaux, France, 12 pp.
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Ophiopsila pantherina beds on subaqueous dunes off the Great Barrier Reef.

Woolsey, E, Byrne, M, Webster, S, Williams, SA, Pizarro, O, Thornborough, P, Davies, R, Beaman, R and Bridge, T (2013). Ophiopsila pantherina beds on subaqueous dunes off the Great Barrier Reef. In: Johnson, C (ed). Echinoderms in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 13th International Echinoderm Conference,  CRC Press, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 175-179 pp.
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REPORTS

Lethal doses of oxbile, peptones and thiosulfate-citrate-bile-sucrose agar (TCBS) for Acanthaster planci; exploring alternative population control options.

Rivera-Posada, J, Caballes, C and Pratchett, M (2013). Lethal doses of oxbile, peptones and thiosulfate-citrate-bile-sucrose agar (TCBS) for Acanthaster planci; exploring alternative population control options. NERP, 21 pp.

The immune response of the Crown-of-thorns starfish to Oxgall injections and antibiotic treatment.

Rivera-Posada, J, Grand, A and Pratchett, M (2013). The immune response of the Crown-of-thorns starfish to Oxgall injections and antibiotic treatment. NERP, 17 pp.

Vulnerability of coral reef protected coastlines in a changing environment.

van Dongeren, A, Boruff, B, Storlazzi, C, Symonds, G, Falter, J, Kruger, J, Madin, J, Monismith, S, Kench, P, Pohler, S and Brinkman, R (2013). Vulnerability of coral reef protected coastlines in a changing environment. UNESCO, Asian Development Bank, 100 pp.

Sublethal predation in different size classes of Acanthaster planci from inside and outside a no-take reserve.

Rivera-Posada, J, Pratchett, M and Caballes, C (2013). Sublethal predation in different size classes of Acanthaster planci from inside and outside a no-take reserve. NERP, 23 pp.

Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area system framework and action plan.

Weeks, R (2013). Coral Triangle Marine Protected Area system framework and action plan. CTI-CFF, United States Agency for International Development Coral Triangle Support Partnership and US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Cebu City, Philippines, 75 pp.
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Making co-management work.

Cinner, JE (2013). Making co-management work. Current Conservation, 18-21 pp.

Too hot for sea turtles?

Fuentes, M (2013). Too hot for sea turtles? Current Conservation, 14-17 pp.
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The condition and stability of reef fish assemblages in the Chagos Archipelago.

Graham, N (2013). The condition and stability of reef fish assemblages in the Chagos Archipelago. In Chagos News, 41: 11-12 pp.
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Community-based marine resource management in Solomon Islands: A facilitators guide.

Albert, J, Schwarz, A-M and Cohen, P (2013). Community-based marine resource management in Solomon Islands: A facilitators guide. 50 pp.

Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef.

Brodie, J, Waterhouse, J, Maynard, J, Bennett, J, Furnas, M, Devlin, M, Lewis, S, Collier, CJ, Schaffelke, B, Fabricius, K, Petus, C, Teixeira da Silva, E, Zeh, D, Randall, L, Brando, VE, McKenzie, L, O’Brien, D, Smith, R, Warne, M, Brinkman, R, Tonin, H, Bainbridge, Z, Bartley, R, Negri, A, Turner, R, Davis, AM, Bentley, C, Mueller, JF, Álvarez-Romero, JG, Henry, N, Waters, D, Yorkston, H and Tracey, D (2013). Assessment of the relative risk of water quality to ecosystems of the Great Barrier Reef. TropWATER Report 13/28, Townsville, Australia, 136 pp.

Social-ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climatic shocks.

Cinner, J, McClanahan, T, Wamukota, A, Darling, E, Humphries, A, Hicks, C, Huchery, C, Marshall, N, Hempson, T, N, G, Bodin, Ö, Daw, T and Allison, E (2013). Social-ecological vulnerability of coral reef fisheries to climatic shocks. FAO, Rome, 64 pp.
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An assessment of the impact of GEF and UNDP intervention on protected areas using existing biodiversity outcomes databases in a quasi-experimental evaluation.

Craigie, I, Woodley, S, Barnes, MM and Geldman, J (2013). An assessment of the impact of GEF and UNDP intervention on protected areas using existing biodiversity outcomes databases in a quasi-experimental evaluation. GEF/UNDP Evaluation Offices, 33 pp.

Burnett-Mary Wet Season 2012-2013: Water Quality Data Sampling, Analysis and Comparison against Wet Season 2010-2011 data.

da Silva, ET, Devlin, M, Wenger, A and Petus, C (2013). Burnett-Mary Wet Season 2012-2013: Water Quality Data Sampling, Analysis and Comparison against Wet Season 2010-2011 data. Report for the Burnett-Mary Regional Group, 34 pp.

Reef rescue marine monitoring program: final report of JCU activities 2011/12 – Flood plumes and extreme weather monitoring for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.

Devlin, M, Wenger, A, Petus, C, Dubose, J, Teixeira Da Silva, E, Debose, J and Alvarez Romero, JG (2013). Reef rescue marine monitoring program: final report of JCU activities 2011/12 – Flood plumes and extreme weather monitoring for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. In TropWater Report Number 12/01, James Cook University,  Townsville, 148 pp.

Mapping of exposure to flood plumes, water types and exposure to pollutants (DIN, TSS) in the Great Barrier Reef: toward the production of operational risk maps for the World’s most iconic marine ecosystem.

Devlin, M, Petus, C, Teixeira da Silva, E, Álvarez-Romero, JG, Zeh, D, Waterhouse, J and Brodie, J (2013). Mapping of exposure to flood plumes, water types and exposure to pollutants (DIN, TSS) in the Great Barrier Reef: toward the production of operational risk maps for the World’s most iconic marine ecosystem. TropWATER Report 13/30, Townsville, Australia, 148 pp

Incorporating climate change and ocean acidification into an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) plans.

Heenan, A, Pomeroy, R, Brainard, R, Amri, A, Alino, P, Armada, N, Bell, J, Cheung, W, David, L, Guieb, R, Green, S, Jompa, J, Leonardo, T, Logan, C, Mamauag, S, Munday, P, Parker, B and Shackeroff, J (2013). Incorporating climate change and ocean acidification into an ecosystem approach to fisheries management (EAFM) plans. The USAID Coral Triangle Support Partnership, 62 pp.

Gorgon CO2 surface and near-surface monitoring. Chevron Corporation (AES 12-P9SR-95)

Hortle, A, Goerge, S, Noble, R, Falter, J, Hardman-Mountford, N, Harris, B, Stalker, L, Sutton, J, Jenneret, F, Lynch, M and McInnes, B (2013). Gorgon CO2 surface and near-surface monitoring. Chevron Corporation (AES 12-P9SR-95), 174 pp.

Efficacy of oxbile for controlling outbreak populations of Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef.

Pratchett, MS, Rivera-Posada, J, Caballes, C and Grand, A (2013). Efficacy of oxbile for controlling outbreak populations of Acanthaster planci on the Great Barrier Reef. NERP, 12 pp.

Osmotic shock as alternative method to control Acanthaster planci.

Rivera-Posada, J (2013). Osmotic shock as alternative method to control Acanthaster planci. NERP, 19 pp.

BOOKS

Biology of butterflyfishes

Pratchett, M, Berumen, M and Kapoor, B (2013). Biology of butterflyfishes, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 362 pp.
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2012 Scientific Publications [252]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Climatic effects on the growth of a temperate reef fish from the Southern Hemisphere: a biochronological approach

Gillanders, B; Black, B; Meekan, M and Morrison, M (2012) Climatic effects on the growth of a temperate reef fish from the Southern Hemisphere: a biochronological approach. Marine Biology. 159(6): 1327-1333.
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Larval Export from Marine Reserves and the Recruitment Benefit for Fish and Fisheries

Harrison, HB; Williamson, DH; Evans, RD; Almany, GR; Thorrold, SR; Russ, GR; Feldheim, KA; Van Herwerden, L; Planes, S; Srinivasan, M; Berumen, ML and Jones, GP (2012) Larval Export from Marine Reserves and the Recruitment Benefit for Fish and Fisheries. Current Biology. 22(11): 1023-1028.
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Estimating land and conservation management costs: The first step in designing a stewardship program for the Northern Territory

Adams, VM; Pressey, RL and Stoeckl, N (2012) Estimating land and conservation management costs: The first step in designing a stewardship program for the Northern Territory. Biological Conservation. 148(1): 44-53.
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Combining projected changes in species richness and composition reveals climate change impacts on coastal Mediterranean fish assemblages

Albouy, C; Guilhaumon, F; Araujo, MB; Mouillot, D and Leprieur, F (2012) Combining projected changes in species richness and composition reveals climate change impacts on coastal Mediterranean fish assemblages. Global Change Biology. 18(10): 2995-3003.
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redicting interactions between recolonising marine mammals and fisheries: defining precautionary management

Auge, AA; Moore, AB and Chilvers, BL (2012) Predicting interactions between recolonising marine mammals and fisheries: defining precautionary management. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 19(5): 426-433.
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The shallow water hard corals of Pulau Weh, Aceh Province, Indonesia

Baird, AH; Campbell, SJ; Fadli, N; Hoey, AS and Rudi, E (2012) The shallow water hard corals of Pulau Weh, Aceh Province, Indonesia. Aquaculture, Aquarium, Conservation and Legislation. 5(1): 23-28.
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Recasting shortfalls of marine protected areas as opportunities through adaptive management

Ban, NC; Cinner, JE; Adams, VM; Mills, M; Almany, GR; Ban, SS; McCook, LJ and White, A (2012) Recasting shortfalls of marine protected areas as opportunities through adaptive management. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 22(2): 262-271.
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Conservation objectives and sea-surface temperature anomalies in the Great Barrier Reef

Ban, NC; Pressey, RL and Weeks, S (2012) Conservation objectives and sea-surface temperature anomalies in the Great Barrier Reef. Conservation Biology. 26(5): 799-809.
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Erratum to: The use of clear-water non-estuarine mangroves by reef fishes on the Great Barrier Reef

Barnes, L; Bellwood, D; Sheaves, M and Tanner, J (2012) Erratum to: The use of clear-water non-estuarine mangroves by reef fishes on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Biology. 159(6): 1389-1389.
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The use of clear-water non-estuarine mangroves by reef fishes on the Great Barrier Reef

Barnes, L; Bellwood, D; Sheaves, M and Tanner, J (2012) The use of clear-water non-estuarine mangroves by reef fishes on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Biology. 159(1): 211-220.
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Framework for Responding to Coral Disease Outbreaks that Facilitates Adaptive Management

Beeden, R; Maynard, JA; Marshall, PA; Heron, SF and Willis, BL (2012) A Framework for Responding to Coral Disease Outbreaks that Facilitates Adaptive Management. Environmental Management. 49(1): 1-13.
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Larger female fish contribute disproportionately more to self-replenishment

Beldade, R; Holbrook, SJ; Schmitt, RJ; Planes, S; Malone, D and Bernardi, G (2012) Larger female fish contribute disproportionately more to self-replenishment. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1736): 2116-2121.
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Resistance to thermal stress in corals without changes in symbiont composition

Bellantuono, AJ; Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Rodriguez-Lanetty, M (2012) Resistance to thermal stress in corals without changes in symbiont composition. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1731): 1100-1107.
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Human activity selectively impacts the ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on coral reefs

Bellwood, DR; Hoey, AS and Hughes, TP (2012) Human activity selectively impacts the ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on coral reefs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
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Human activity selectively impacts the ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on coral reefs

Bellwood, DR; Hoey, AS and Hughes, TP (2012) Human activity selectively impacts the ecosystem roles of parrotfishes on coral reefs. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
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Coral recovery may not herald the return of fishes on damaged coral reefs

Bellwood, DR; Baird, AH; Depczynski, M; González-Cabello, A; Hoey, AS; Lefevre, CD and Tanner, JK (2012) Coral recovery may not herald the return of fishes on damaged coral reefs. Oecologia. 170: 1- 7.
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Ecological versatility and its importance for the distribution and abundance of coral reef wrasses

Berkstrom, C; Jones, GP; McCormick, MI and Srinivasan, M (2012) Ecological versatility and its importance for the distribution and abundance of coral reef wrasses. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 461: 151-163.
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Differences in demographic traits of four butterflyfish species between two reefs of the Great Barrier Reef separated by 1,200 km

Berumen, M; Trip, E; Pratchett, M and Choat, J (2012) Differences in demographic traits of four butterflyfish species between two reefs of the Great Barrier Reef separated by 1,200 km. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 169-177.
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Persistence of self-recruitment and patterns of larval connectivity in a marine protected area network

Berumen, ML; Almany, GR; Planes, S; Jones, GP; Saenz-Agudelo, P and Thorrold, SR (2012) Persistence of self-recruitment and patterns of larval connectivity in a marine protected area network. Ecology and Evolution. 2(2): 444-52.
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The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand

Biggs, D; Hall, CM and Stoeckl, N (2012) The resilience of formal and informal tourism enterprises to disasters: reef tourism in Phuket, Thailand. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 20(5): 645-665.
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Lifestyle values, resilience, and nature-based tourism’s contribution to conservation on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Biggs, D; Ban, N and Hall, C (2012) Lifestyle values, resilience, and nature-based tourism’s contribution to conservation on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Environmental Conservation. 39: 370-379.
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Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services

Biggs, R; Schluter, M; Biggs, D; Bohensky, EL; Burnsilver, S; Cundill, G; Dakos, V; Daw, TM; Evans, LS; Kotschy, K; Leitch, AM; Meek, C; Quinlan, A; Raudsepp-Hearne, C; Robards, MD; Schoon, ML; Schultz, L and West, PC (2012) Toward principles for enhancing the resilience of ecosystem services. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 37: 421-48.
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The effect of fishing on hysteresis in Caribbean coral reefs

Blackwood, JC; Hastings, A and Mumby, PJ (2012) The effect of fishing on hysteresis in Caribbean coral reefs. Theoretical Ecology. 5(1): 105-114.
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Population genetics of Australian white sharks reveals fine-scale spatial structure, transoceanic dispersal events and low effective population sizes

Blower, D; Pandolfi, J; Bruce, B; Gomez-Cabrera, M and Ovenden, J (2012) Population genetics of Australian white sharks reveals fine-scale spatial structure, transoceanic dispersal events and low effective population sizes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 455: 229-244.
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Risk spreading, connectivity, and optimal reserve spacing

Blowes, SA and Connolly, SR (2012) Risk spreading, connectivity, and optimal reserve spacing. Ecological Applications. 22(1): 311-321.
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Diel behaviour and trophic ecology of Scolopsis bilineatus (Nemipteridae)

Boaden, E and Kingsford, MJ (2012) Diel behaviour and trophic ecology of Scolopsis bilineatus (Nemipteridae). Coral Reefs. 31(3): 871-883.
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Species differences drive nonneutral structure in Pleistocene coral communities

Bode, M; Connolly, S and Pandolfi, JM (2012) Species differences drive nonneutral structure in Pleistocene coral communities. American Naturalist. 180: 577–588.
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Spatial and temporal variation in coral predation by parrotfishes on the Great Barrier Reef: evidence from an inshore reef

Bonaldo, R; Welsh, J and Bellwood, D (2012) Spatial and temporal variation in coral predation by parrotfishes on the Great Barrier Reef: evidence from an inshore reef. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 263-272.
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Mushroom corals overcome live burial through pulsed inflation

Bongaerts, P; Hoeksema, B; Hay, K and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2012) Mushroom corals overcome live burial through pulsed inflation. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 399-399.
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Specializing on vulnerable habitat: Acropora selectivity among damselfish recruits and the risk of bleaching-induced habitat loss

Bonin, M (2012) Specializing on vulnerable habitat: Acropora selectivity among damselfish recruits and the risk of bleaching-induced habitat loss. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 287-297.
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Learning temporal patterns of risk in a predator-diverse environment

Bosiger, YJ; Lonnstedt, OM; Mccormick, MI and Ferrari, MCO (2012) Learning temporal patterns of risk in a predator-diverse environment. PLoS ONE. 7(4): e34535.
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Evaluating perceived benefits of ecoregional assessments

Bottrill, MC; Mills, M; Pressey, RL; Game, ET and Groves, C (2012) Evaluating perceived benefits of ecoregional assessments. Conservation Biology. 26(5): 851-861.
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Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages.

Brewer, TD; Cinner, J; Fisher, R; Green, A and Wilson, S (2012) Market access, population density, and socioeconomic development explain diversity and functional group biomass of coral reef fish assemblages. Global Environmental Change. 22: 399-406.
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High CO2 and marine animal behaviour: Potential mechanisms and ecological consequences

Briffa, M; De La Haye, K and Munday, PL (2012) High CO2 and marine animal behaviour: Potential mechanisms and ecological consequences. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 64(8): 1519-1528.
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Regional patterns of evolutionary turnover in Neogene coral reefs from the central Indo-West Pacific Ocean

Bromfield, K and Pandolfi, J (2012) Regional patterns of evolutionary turnover in Neogene coral reefs from the central Indo-West Pacific Ocean. Evolutionary Ecology. 26(2): 375-391.
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Polymorphism in a common Atlantic reef coral (Montastraea cavernosa) and its long-term evolutionary implications.

Budd, AF; Nunes, FLD; Weil, E and Pandolfi, JM (2012) Polymorphism in a common Atlantic reef coral (Montastraea cavernosa) and its long-term evolutionary implications. Evolutionary Ecology. 26(2): 265-290.
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Invasive Species Unchecked by Climate Response.

Burrows, MT; Schoeman, DS; Duarte, CM; O’connor, MI; Buckley, LB; Kappel, CV; Parmesan, C; Halpern, BS; Brown, C; Brander, KM; Bruno, JF; Pandolfi, JM; Sydeman, WJ; Moore, P; Kiessling, W; Richardson, AJ and Poloczanska, ES (2012) Invasive Species Unchecked by Climate Response. Science. 335(6068): 538-539.
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Complexity of applying minimum legal sizes (MLS) of retention in an indigenous coral reef fishery

Busilacchi, S; Williams, AJ; Russ, GR and Begg, GA (2012) Complexity of applying minimum legal sizes (MLS) of retention in an indigenous coral reef fishery. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 19(3): 233-244.
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Probability of successful larval dispersal declines fivefold over 1 km in a coral reef fish

Buston, PM; Jones, GP; Planes, S and Thorrold, SR (2012) Probability of successful larval dispersal declines fivefold over 1 km in a coral reef fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1735): 1883-1888.
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Interspecific transmission and recovery of TCBS-induced disease between Acanthaster planci and Linckia guildingi.

Caballes, CF; Schupp, PJ; Pratchett, MS and Rivera-Posada, JA (2012) Interspecific transmission and recovery of TCBS-induced disease between Acanthaster planci and Linckia guildingi. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 100(3): 263-7.
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Avoiding conflicts and protecting coral reefs: Customary management of fishing gear protects habitat and fish biomass in Aceh, Indonesia

Campbell, S; Cinner, J; Ardiwijaya, R; Herdiana, Y; Kartawijaya, T; Mukminin, A; Hoey, A; Pratchett, M and Baird, A (2012) Avoiding conflicts and protecting coral reefs: Customary management of fishing gear protects habitat and fish biomass in Aceh, Indonesia. Oryx 46: 486-494.
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Program on ecosystem change and society: an international research strategy for integrated social-ecological systems

Carpenter, SR; Folke, C; Norstrom, A; Olsson, O; Schultz, L; Agarwal, B; Balvanera, P; Campbell, B; Castilla, JC; Cramer, W; Defries, R; Eyzaguirre, P; Hughes, TP; Polasky, S; Sanusi, Z; Scholes, R and Spierenburg, M (2012) Program on ecosystem change and society: an international research strategy for integrated social-ecological systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability(0).
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Sharks that eat sharks: opportunistic predation by wobbegongs

Ceccarelli, D and Williamson, D (2012) Sharks that eat sharks: opportunistic predation by wobbegongs. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 471-471.
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Predicting the distribution of Montastraea reefs using wave exposure

Chollett, I and Mumby, P (2012) Predicting the distribution of Montastraea reefs using wave exposure. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 493-503.
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The influence of coral reef benthic condition on associated fish assemblages.

Chong-Seng, KM; Mannering, TD; Pratchett, MS; Bellwood, DR and Graham, NA (2012) The influence of coral reef benthic condition on associated fish assemblages. PLoS ONE. 7(8): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042167.
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Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico

Cinner, JE; Basurto, X; Fidelman, P; Kuange, J; Lahari, R and Mukminin, A (2012) Institutional designs of customary fisheries management arrangements in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico. Marine Policy. 36(1): 278-285.
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Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries

Cinner, JE; Mcclanahan, TR; Graham, NAJ; Daw, TM; Maina, J; Stead, SM; Wamukota, A; Brown, K and Bodin, O (2012) Vulnerability of coastal communities to key impacts of climate change on coral reef fisheries. Global Environmental Change. 22(1): 12-20.
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Co-management of coral reef social-ecological systems

Cinner, JE; Mcclanahan, TR; Macneil, MA; Graham, NaJ; Daw, TM; Mukminin, A; Feary, DA; Rabearisoa, AL; Wamukota, A; Jiddawi, N; Campbell, SJ; Baird, AH; Januchowski-Hartley, FA; Hamed, S; Lahari, R; Morove, T and Kuange, J (2012) Co-management of coral reef social-ecological systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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People and the sea: A Festschrift Dedicated to the Career of Richard Pollnac

Cinner, JE and Pomeroy, RS (2012) People and the sea: A Festschrift Dedicated to the Career of Richard Pollnac. Coastal Management. 40(3): 235-238.
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Transitions toward co-management: The process of marine resource management devolution in three east African countries

Cinner, JE; Daw, TM; McClanahan, TR; Muthiga, N; Abunge, C; Hamed, S; Mwaka, B; Rabearisoa, A; Wamukota, A; Fisher, E and Jiddawi, N (2012) Transitions toward co-management: The process of marine resource management devolution in three east African countries. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions. 22(3): 651-658.
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Spatial variability of initial (230)Th/(232)Th in modern Porites from the inshore region of the Great Barrier Reef

Clark, TR; Zhao, JX; Feng, YX; Done, TJ; Jupiter, S; Lough, J and Pandolfi, JM (2012) Spatial variability of initial (230)Th/(232)Th in modern Porites from the inshore region of the Great Barrier Reef. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 78: 99-118.
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Ontogenetic shifts in the habitat associations of butterflyfishes (F. Chaetodontidae)

Clark, NJ and Russ, GR (2012) Ontogenetic shifts in the habitat associations of butterflyfishes (F. Chaetodontidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes. 94(4): 579-590.
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Patterns of migration between feeding and spawning sites in a coral reef surgeonfish

Claydon, J; Mccormick, M and Jones, G (2012) Patterns of migration between feeding and spawning sites in a coral reef surgeonfish. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 77-87.
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Social networks supporting governance of coastal ecosystems in Solomon Islands.

Cohen, PJ; Evans, LS and Mills, M (2012) Social networks supporting governance of coastal ecosystems in Solomon Islands. Conservation Letters. 5: 376-386.
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Influence of coral bleaching, coral mortality and conspecific aggression on movement and distribution of coral-dwelling fish

Coker, DJ; Pratchett, MS and Munday, PL (2012) Influence of coral bleaching, coral mortality and conspecific aggression on movement and distribution of coral-dwelling fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 414: 62-68.
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Consumption of tabular acroporid corals by reef fishes: a comparison with plant-herbivore interactions

Cole, AJ; Lawton, RJ; Wilson, SK and Pratchett, MS (2012) Consumption of tabular acroporid corals by reef fishes: a comparison with plant-herbivore interactions. Functional Ecology: no-no.
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A comparative analysis of alternative approaches to fitting species-abundance models

Connolly, SR and Thibaut, LM (2012) A comparative analysis of alternative approaches to fitting species-abundance models. Journal of Plant Ecology. 5(1): 32-45.
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Growth of Western Australian corals in the Anthropocene

Cooper, TF; O’Leary, RA and Lough, JM (2012) Growth of Western Australian corals in the Anthropocene. Science. 335(6068): 593-596.
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Soft systems thinking and social learning for adaptive management

Cundill, G; Cumming, GS; Biggs, D and Fabricius, C (2012) Soft systems thinking and social learning for adaptive management. Conservation Biology. 26(1): 13-20.
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To Fish or Not to Fish: Factors at Multiple Scales Affecting Artisanal Fishers’ Readiness to Exit a Declining Fishery

Daw, TM; Cinner, JE; Mcclanahan, TR; Brown, K; Stead, SM; Graham, NaJ and Maina, J (2012) To Fish or Not to Fish: Factors at Multiple Scales Affecting Artisanal Fishers’ Readiness to Exit a Declining Fishery. PLoS ONE. 7(2).
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Rising CO2 concentrations affect settlement behaviour of larval damselfishes

Devine, B; Munday, P and Jones, G (2012) Rising CO2 concentrations affect settlement behaviour of larval damselfishes. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 229-238.
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Homing ability of adult cardinalfish is affected by elevated carbon dioxide

Devine, BM; Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2012) Homing ability of adult cardinalfish is affected by elevated carbon dioxide. Oecologia. 168(1): 269-276.
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Interactions between ocean acidification and warming on the mortality and dissolution of coralline algae

Diaz-Pulido, G; Anthony, KRN; Kline, DI; Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2012) Interactions between ocean acidification and warming on the mortality and dissolution of coralline algae. Journal of Phycology. 48 (1): 32-39
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Light and temperature effect on δ11B and B/Ca ratios of the zooxanthellate coral Acropora sp.: Results from culturing experiments.

Dissard, D; Douville, E; Reynaud, S; Juillet-Leclerc, A; Montagna, P; Louvat, P and McCulloch, M (2012) Light and temperature effect on δ11B and B/Ca ratios of the zooxanthellate coral Acropora sp.: Results from culturing experiments. Biogeosciences Discuss. 9(5): 5969-6014.
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Predation risk assessment by larval reef fishes during settlement-site selection

Dixson, D (2012) Predation risk assessment by larval reef fishes during settlement-site selection. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 255-261.
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Reef fishes innately distinguish predators based on olfactory cues associated with recent prey items rather than individual species

Dixson, DL; Pratchett, MS and Munday, PL (2012) Reef fishes innately distinguish predators based on olfactory cues associated with recent prey items rather than individual species. Animal Behaviour. 84(1): 45-51.
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Elevated carbon dioxide affects behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish

Domenici, P; Allan, B; Mccormick, MI and Munday, PL (2012) Elevated carbon dioxide affects behavioural lateralization in a coral reef fish. Biology Letters.
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Rapid transgenerational acclimation of a tropical reef fish to climate change

Donelson, JM; Munday, PL; Mccormick, MI and Pitcher, CR (2012) Rapid transgenerational acclimation of a tropical reef fish to climate change. Nature Climate Change. 2(1): 30-32.
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Thermal sensitivity does not determine acclimation capacity for a tropical reef fish

Donelson, JM and Munday, PL (2012) Thermal sensitivity does not determine acclimation capacity for a tropical reef fish. Journal of Animal Ecology. 81(5): 1126-1131.
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Climate change may affect fish through an interaction of parental and juvenile environments

Donelson, JM; Munday, PL and McCormick, MI (2012) Climate change may affect fish through an interaction of parental and juvenile environments. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 753-762.
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Thermal stress promotes host mitochondrial degradation in symbiotic cnidarians: Are the batteries of the reef going to run out?

Dunn, SR; Pernice, M; Green, K; Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, SG (2012) Thermal stress promotes host mitochondrial degradation in symbiotic cnidarians: Are the batteries of the reef going to run out? PLoS ONE. 7(7): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039024.
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Mitogenome polymorphism in a single branch sample revealed by SOLiD deep sequencing of the Lophelia pertusa coral genome

Emblem, A; Karlsen, BO; Evertsen, J; Miller, DJ; Moum, T and Johansen, SD (2012) Mitogenome polymorphism in a single branch sample revealed by SOLiD deep sequencing of the Lophelia pertusa coral genome. Gene. 506(2): 344-349.
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Regional-scale variation in the distribution and abundance of farming damselfishes on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Emslie, M; Logan, M; Ceccarelli, D; Cheal, A; Hoey, A; Miller, I and Sweatman, H (2012) Regional-scale variation in the distribution and abundance of farming damselfishes on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Marine Biology. 159(6): 1293-1304.
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Historical, cultural and social perspectives on luxury seafood consumption in China

Fabinyi, M (2012) Historical, cultural and social perspectives on luxury seafood consumption in China. Environmental Conservation. 39(1): 83-92.
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Luxury seafood consumption in China and the intensification of coastal livelihoods in Southeast Asia: The live reef fish for food trade in Balabac, Philippines.

Fabinyi, M; Pido, M; Harani, B; Caceres, J; Uyami-Bitara, A; De Las Alas, A; Buenconsejo, J and De Leon, EMP (2012) Luxury seafood consumption in China and the intensification of coastal livelihoods in Southeast Asia: The live reef fish for food trade in Balabac, Philippines. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 53(2): 118-132.
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The role of habitat creation in coral reef conservation: a case study from Aceh, Indonesia

Fadli, N; Campbell, S; Ferguson, K; Keyse, J; Rudi, E and Baird, A (2012) The role of habitat creation in coral reef conservation: a case study from Aceh, Indonesia. Oryx 46: 501-507.
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Seasonal coupling and de-coupling of net calcification rates from coral reef metabolism and carbonate chemistry at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia

Falter, JL; Lowe, RJ; Atkinson, MJ and Cuet, P (2012) Seasonal coupling and de-coupling of net calcification rates from coral reef metabolism and carbonate chemistry at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 117.
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High rate of prey consumption in a small predatory fish on coral reefs

Feeney, WE; Lonnstedt, OM; Bosiger, Y; Martin, J; Jones, GP; Rowe, RJ and McCormick, MI (2012) High rate of prey consumption in a small predatory fish on coral reefs. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 909-918.
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Effects of Ocean Acidification on Learning in Coral Reef Fishes.

Ferrari, MCO; Manassa, RP; Dixson, DL; Munday, PL; Mccormick, MI; Meekan, MG; Sih, A and Chivers, DP (2012) Effects of Ocean Acidification on Learning in Coral Reef Fishes. PLoS ONE. 7(2).
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Effects of ocean acidification on visual risk assessment in coral reef fishes

Ferrari, MCO; Mccormick, MI; Munday, PL; Meekan, MG; Dixson, DL; Loennstedt, O and Chivers, DP (2012) Effects of ocean acidification on visual risk assessment in coral reef fishes. Functional Ecology. 26(3): 553-558.
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Interaction of herbivory and seasonality on the dynamics of Caribbean macroalgae

Ferrari, R; Gonzalez-Rivero, M; Ortiz, JC and Mumby, PJ (2012) Interaction of herbivory and seasonality on the dynamics of Caribbean macroalgae. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 683-692.
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Size matters in the competition among corals and macroalgae

Ferrari, R; Gonzalez-Rivero, M and Mumby, P (2012) Size matters in the competition among corals and macroalgae. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 467: 77-88.
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Mapping seascapes of international environmental arrangements in the Coral Triangle

Fidelman, P and Ekstrom, JA (2012) Mapping seascapes of international environmental arrangements in the Coral Triangle. Marine Policy. 36(5): 993-1004.
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Governing large-scale marine commons: Contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle.

Fidelman, P; Evans, L; Fabinyi, M; Foale, S; Cinner, J and Rosen, F (2012) Governing large-scale marine commons: Contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle. Marine Policy. 36(1): 42-53.
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Changes in size distributions of commercially exploited sharks over 25 years in northern Australia using a Bayesian approach

Field, IC; Buckworth, RC; Yang, G-J; Meekan, MG; Johnson, G; Stevens, JD; Pillans, RD; McMahon, CR and Bradshaw, CJA (2012) Changes in size distributions of commercially exploited sharks over 25 years in northern Australia using a Bayesian approach. Fisheries Research. 125: 262-271.
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Ontogenetic change in the lipid and fatty acid composition of scleractinian coral larvae

Figueiredo, J; Baird, A; Cohen, M; Flot, JF; Kamiki, T; Meziane, T; Tsuchiya, M and Yamasaki, H (2012) Ontogenetic change in the lipid and fatty acid composition of scleractinian coral larvae. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 613-619.
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Dispersal-mediated coexistence under recruitment limitation and displacement competition

Figueiredo, J and Connolly, SR (2012) Dispersal-mediated coexistence under recruitment limitation and displacement competition. Ecological Modelling. 243: 133-142.
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The effect of temperature stress on coral- Symbiodinium associations containing distinct symbiont types

Fisher, P; Malme, M and Dove, S (2012) The effect of temperature stress on coral- Symbiodinium associations containing distinct symbiont types. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 473-485.
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DNA methylation dynamics, metabolic fluxes, gene splicing, and alternative phenotypes in honey bees

Foret, S; Kucharski, R; Pellegrini, M; Feng, S; Jacobsen, SE; Robinson, GE and Maleszka, R (2012) DNA methylation dynamics, metabolic fluxes, gene splicing, and alternative phenotypes in honey bees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(13): 4968-4973.
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Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow

Foster, NL; Paris, CB; Kool, JT; Baums, IB; Stevens, JR; Sanchez, JA; Bastidas, C; Agudelo, C; Bush, P; Day, O; Ferrari, R; Gonzalez, P; Gore, S; Guppy, R; Mccartney, MA; Mccoy, C; Mendes, J; Srinivasan, A; Steiner, S; Vermeij, MJA; Weil, E and Mumby, PJ (2012) Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow. Molecular Ecology. 21(5): 1143-1157.
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Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow

Foster, NL; Paris, CB; Kool, JT; Baums, IB; Stevens, JR; Sanchez, JA; Bastidas, C; Agudelo, C; Bush, P; Day, O; Ferrari, R; Gonzalez, P; Gore, S; Guppy, R; Mccartney, MA; Mccoy, C; Mendes, J; Srinivasan, A; Steiner, S; Vermeij, MJA; Weil, E and Mumby, PJ (2012) Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow. Molecular Ecology. 21(5): 1143-1157.
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Demography, fishery yield and potential management strategies of painted spiny lobster (Panulirus versicolor) at Northwest Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Frisch, AJ and Hobbs, J-PA (2012) Demography, fishery yield and potential management strategies of painted spiny lobster (Panulirus versicolor) at Northwest Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(5): 387-396.
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Management strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change on sea turtle’s terrestrial reproductive phase

Fuentes, M; Fish, MR and Maynard, JA (2012) Management strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change on sea turtle’s terrestrial reproductive phase. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 17(1): 51-63.
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Biogeochemical conditions determine virulence of black band disease in corals

Glas, MS; Sato, Y; Ulstrup, KE and Bourne, DG (2012) Biogeochemical conditions determine virulence of black band disease in corals. ISME Journal. 6(8): 1526-1534.
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The role of turtles as coral reef macroherbivores.

Goatley, C; Hoey, A and Bellwood, D (2012) The role of turtles as coral reef macroherbivores. PLoS ONE. 7(6): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039979.
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A comparison of threats, vulnerabilities and management approaches in global seagrass bioregions

Grech, A; Chartrand-Miller, K; Erftemeijer, P; Fonseca, M; McKenzie, L; Rasheed, M; Taylor, H and Coles, R (2012) A comparison of threats, vulnerabilities and management approaches in global seagrass bioregions. Environmental Research Letters. 7(2): 024006.
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Contrasting patterns of coral bleaching susceptibility in 2010 suggest an adaptive response to thermal stress

Guest, J; Baird, A; Maynard, J; Muttaqin, E; Edwards, A; Campbell, S; Yewdall, K; Affendi, YA and Chou, LM (2012) Contrasting patterns of coral bleaching susceptibility in 2010 suggest an adaptive response to thermal stress. PLoS ONE. 7: doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033353.
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Sexual systems in scleractinian corals: an unusual pattern in the reef-building species Diploastrea heliopora

Guest, JR; Baird, AH; Goh, BPL and Chou, LM (2012) Sexual systems in scleractinian corals: an unusual pattern in the reef-building species Diploastrea heliopora. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 705-713.
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Extinctions in ancient and modern seas.

Harnik, PG; Lotze, HK; Anderson, SC; Finkel, ZV; Finnegan, S; Lindberg, DR; Liow, LH; Lockwood, R; McClain, CR; McGuire, JL; O’Dea, A; Pandolfi, JM; Simpson, C and Tittensor, DP (2012) Extinctions in ancient and modern seas. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 27(11): 608-17.
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Thermal biology of sea snakes and sea kraits.

Heatwole, H; Grech, A; Monahan, JF; King, S and Marsh, H (2012) Thermal biology of sea snakes and sea kraits. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 52(2): 257-273.
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Assessing amino acid racemization variability in coral intra-crystalline protein for geochronological applications

Hendy, EJ; Tomiak, PJ; Collins, MJ; Hellstrom, J; Tudhope, AW; Lough, JM and Penkman, KEH (2012) Assessing amino acid racemization variability in coral intra-crystalline protein for geochronological applications. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 86: 338-353.
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Assessing gear modifications needed to optimize yields in a heavily exploited, multi-species, seagrass and coral reef fishery

Hicks, CC and Mcclanahan, TR (2012) Assessing gear modifications needed to optimize yields in a heavily exploited, multi-species, seagrass and coral reef fishery. PLoS ONE. 7(5): e36022
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Biogeography and the structure of coral reef fish communities on isolated islands

Hobbs, J-PA; Jones, GP; Munday, PL; Connolly, SR and Srinivasan, M (2012) Biogeography and the structure of coral reef fish communities on isolated islands. Journal of Biogeography. 39(1): 130-139.
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The role of peripheral endemism in species diversification: evidence from the coral reef fish genus Anampses (Family: Labridae)

Hodge, JR; Read, CI; Van Herwerden, L and Bellwood, DR (2012) The role of peripheral endemism in species diversification: evidence from the coral reef fish genus Anampses (Family: Labridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 62(2): 653-663.
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To feed or to breed: morphological constraints of mouthbrooding in coral reef cardinalfishes

Hoey, AS; Bellwood, DR and Barnett, A (2012) To feed or to breed: morphological constraints of mouthbrooding in coral reef cardinalfishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
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Effects of Light, Food Availability and Temperature Stress on the Function of Photosystem II and Photosystem I of Coral Symbionts

Hoogenboom, MO; Campbell, DA; Beraud, E; Dezeeuw, K and Ferrier-Pages, C (2012) Effects of Light, Food Availability and Temperature Stress on the Function of Photosystem II and Photosystem I of Coral Symbionts. PLoS ONE. 7(1).
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Marine protected area networks in the Philippines: Trends and challenges for establishment and governance

Horigue, V; Alino, PM; White, AT and Pressey, RL (2012) Marine protected area networks in the Philippines: Trends and challenges for establishment and governance. Ocean & Coastal Management. 64: 15-26.
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Coral thermal tolerance shaped by local adaptation of photosymbionts

Howells, EJ; Beltran, VH; Larsen, NW; Bay, LK; Willis, BL and Van Oppen, MJH (2012) Coral thermal tolerance shaped by local adaptation of photosymbionts. Nature Climate Change.
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Cryptic diversity in Indo-Pacific coral-reef fishes revealed by DNA-barcoding provides new support to the centre-of-overlap hypothesis

Hubert, N; Meyer, CP; Bruggemann, HJ; Guerin, F; Komeno, RJL; Espiau, B; Causse, R; Williams, JT and Planes, S (2012) Cryptic diversity in Indo-Pacific coral-reef fishes revealed by DNA-barcoding provides new support to the centre-of-overlap hypothesis. PLoS ONE. 7(3): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028987.
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Assembly Rules of Reef Corals Are Flexible along a Steep Climatic Gradient

Hughes, Terry p; Baird, Andrew h; Dinsdale, Elizabeth a; Moltschaniwskyj, Natalie a; Pratchett, Morgan s; Tanner, Jason e and Willis, Bette l (2012) Assembly Rules of Reef Corals Are Flexible along a Steep Climatic Gradient. Current Biology. 22(8): 736-741.
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A framework to assess national level vulnerability from the perspective of food security: The case of coral reef fisheries.

Hughes, S; Yaua, A; Max, L; Petrovicc, N; Davenport, F; Marshall, M; McClanahan, T; Allison, E and Cinner, J (2012) A framework to assess national level vulnerability from the perspective of food security: The case of coral reef fisheries. Environmental Science & Policy. 23: 95-108.
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Dual processes for cross-boundary subsidies: incorporation of nutrients from reef-derived kelp into a seagrass ecosystem

Hyndes, GA; Lavery, PS and Doropoulos, C (2012) Dual processes for cross-boundary subsidies: incorporation of nutrients from reef-derived kelp into a seagrass ecosystem. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 445: 97-107.
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Reproductive biology, growth, and age composition of non-native Indian glassy fish Parambassis ranga (Hamilton, 1822) in Haebaru Reservoir, Okinawa-jima Island, southern Japan

Ishikawa, T and Tachihara, K (2012) Reproductive biology, growth, and age composition of non-native Indian glassy fish Parambassis ranga (Hamilton, 1822) in Haebaru Reservoir, Okinawa-jima Island, southern Japan. Journal of Applied Ichthyology. 28(2): 231-237.
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Social factors and private benefits influence landholders’ riverine restoration priorities in tropical Australia

Januchowski-Hartley, SR; Moon, K; Stoeckl, N and Gray, S (2012) Social factors and private benefits influence landholders’ riverine restoration priorities in tropical Australia. Journal of Environmental Management. 110: 20-6.
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Safeguarding the Blue Planet: Six strategies for accelerating ocean protection

Jesse, H; Thomas, S; Burgener, V; Gjerde, K; Laffoley, D; Salm, R; McCook, L; Pet-Soede, L; Eichbaum, WM; Bottema, M; Hemley, G; Tanzer, J; Roberts, CM; Govan, H and Fox, HE (2012) Safeguarding the Blue Planet: Six strategies for accelerating ocean protection. The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation. 18(1): 13.
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The importance of live coral for small-sized herbivorous reef fishes in physically challenging environments

Johansson, CL; Bellwood, DR and Depczynski, M (2012) The importance of live coral for small-sized herbivorous reef fishes in physically challenging environments. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(8): 672-679.
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Effects of a single intensive harvest event on fish populations inside a customary marine closure

Jupiter, S; Weeks, R; Jenkins, A; Egli, D and Cakacaka, A (2012) Effects of a single intensive harvest event on fish populations inside a customary marine closure. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 321-334.
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Predator Crown-of-Thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) outbreak, mass mortality of corals, and cascading effects on reef fish and benthic communities

Kayal, M; Vercelloni, J; Lison De Loma, T; Bosserelle, P; Chancerelle, Y; Geoffroy, S; Stievenart, C; Michonneau, F; Penin, L; Planes, S and Adjeroud, M (2012) Predator Crown-of-Thorns Starfish (Acanthaster planci) outbreak, mass mortality of corals, and cascading effects on reef fish and benthic communities. PLoS ONE. 7(10): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047363.
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The effect of coral morphology on shelter selection by coral reef fishes.

Kerry, J and Bellwood, D (2012) The effect of coral morphology on shelter selection by coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 415-424.
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Abundance patterns of cubozoans on and near the Great Barrier Reef

Kingsford, MJ; Seymour, JE and O’callaghan, MD (2012) Abundance patterns of cubozoans on and near the Great Barrier Reef. Hydrobiologia. 690(1): 257-268.
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A short-term in situ CO2 enrichment experiment on Heron Island (GBR)

Kline, DI; Teneva, L; Schneider, K; Miard, T; Chai, A; Marker, M; Headley, K; Opdyke, B; Nash, M; Valetich, M; Caves, JK; Russell, BD; Connell, SD; Kirkwood, BJ; Brewer, P; Peltzer, E; Silverman, J; Caldeira, K; Dunbar, RB; Koseff, JR; Monismith, SG; Mitchell, BG; Dove, S and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2012) A short-term in situ CO2 enrichment experiment on Heron Island (GBR). Scientific Reports. 2.
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Taxonomy and species boundaries in the coral genus Favia Milne Edwards and Haime, 1857 (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) from Thailand revealed by morphological and genetic data

Kongjandtre, N; Ridgway, T; Cook, L; Huelsken, T; Budd, A and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2012) Taxonomy and species boundaries in the coral genus Favia Milne Edwards and Haime, 1857 (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) from Thailand revealed by morphological and genetic data. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 581-601.
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Compositional and phylogenetic dissimilarity of host communities drives dissimilarity of ectoparasite assemblages: geographical variation and scale-dependence

Krasnov, BR; Mouillot, D; Khokhlova, IS; Shenbrot, GI and Poulin, R (2012) Compositional and phylogenetic dissimilarity of host communities drives dissimilarity of ectoparasite assemblages: geographical variation and scale-dependence. Parasitology. 139(3): 338-347.
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Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges: Implications for the Atlantic invasion

Kulbicki, M; Beets, J; Chabanet, P; Cure, K; Darling, E; Floeter, SR; Galzin, R; Green, A; Harmelin-Vivien, M; Hixon, M; Letourneur, Y; De Loma, TL; McClanahan, T; McIlwain, J; Moutham, G; Myers, R; O’Leary, JK; Planes, S; Vigliola, L and Wantiez, L (2012) Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges: Implications for the Atlantic invasion. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 446: 189-205.
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Recurrent disturbances and the degradation of hard coral communities in Taiwan.

Kuo, CY; Yuen, YS; Meng, PJ; Ho, PH; Wang, JT; Liu, PJ; Chang, YC; Dai, CF; Fan, TY; Lin, HJ; Baird, AH and Chen, CA (2012) Recurrent disturbances and the degradation of hard coral communities in Taiwan. PLoS ONE. 7(8): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0044364.
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Regulation of Bacterial Communities Through Antimicrobial Activity by the Coral Holobiont

Kvennefors, ECE; Sampayo, E; Kerr, C; Vieira, G; Roff, G and Barnes, AC (2012) Regulation of Bacterial Communities Through Antimicrobial Activity by the Coral Holobiont. Microbial Ecology. 63(3): 605-618.
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Geographic variation in resource use by specialist versus generalist butterflyfishes

Lawton, RJ; Cole, AJ; Berumen, ML and Pratchett, MS (2012) Geographic variation in resource use by specialist versus generalist butterflyfishes. Ecography.
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The use of specialisation indices to predict vulnerability of coral-feeding butterflyfishes to environmental change

Lawton, RJ; Pratchett, MS and Berumen, ML (2012) The use of specialisation indices to predict vulnerability of coral-feeding butterflyfishes to environmental change. Oikos. 121(2): 191-200.
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Influence of dietary specialisation and resource availability on geographical variation in abundance of butterflyfishes

Lawton, R and Pratchett, M (2012) Influence of dietary specialisation and resource availability on geographical variation in abundance of butterflyfishes. Ecology and Evolution. 2(7): 1347-1361.
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Corals Form Characteristic Associations with Symbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria

Lema, KA; Willis, BL and Bourne, DG (2012) Corals Form Characteristic Associations with Symbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78(9): 3136-3144.
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Translocation of wild populations: Conservation implications for the genetic diversity of the black-lipped pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera

Lemer, S and Planes, S (2012) Translocation of wild populations: Conservation implications for the genetic diversity of the black-lipped pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera. Molecular Ecology. 21(12): 2949-2962.
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Energy allocation in a reef coral under varying resource availability

Leuzinger, S; Willis, B and Anthony, K (2012) Energy allocation in a reef coral under varying resource availability. Marine Biology. 159(1): 177-186.
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An assessment of an environmental gradient using coral geochemical records, Whitsunday Islands, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Lewis, SE; Brodie, JE; Mcculloch, MT; Mallela, J; Jupiter, SD; Stuart Williams, H; Lough, JM and Matson, EG (2012) An assessment of an environmental gradient using coral geochemical records, Whitsunday Islands, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin(0).
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Development of an inshore fringing coral reef using textural, compositional and stratagraphic data fom Magentic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Lewis, S; Wust, R; Webster, J; Shields, G; Renema, W; Lough, J and Jacobsen, G (2012) Development of an inshore fringing coral reef using textural, compositional and stratagraphic data fom Magentic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Geology. 299: 18-32.
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A New Shallow-Water Species, Polycyathus chaishanensis sp nov (Scleractinia: Caryophylliidae), from Chaishan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Lin, M-F; Kitahara, MV; Tachikawa, H; Keshavmurthy, S and Chen, CA (2012) A New Shallow-Water Species, Polycyathus chaishanensis sp nov (Scleractinia: Caryophylliidae), from Chaishan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Zoological Studies. 51(2): 213-221.
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Novel organization of the mitochondrial genome in the deep-sea coral, Madrepora oculata (Hexacorallia, Scleractinia, Oculinidae) and its taxonomic implications

Lin, MF; Kitahara, MV; Tachikawa, H; Fukami, H; Miller, DJ and Chen, CA (2012) Novel organization of the mitochondrial genome in the deep-sea coral, Madrepora oculata (Hexacorallia, Scleractinia, Oculinidae) and its taxonomic implications. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 65(1): 323-328.
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Pharmacokinetic modelling of multi-decadal luminescence time series in coral skeletons

Llewellyn, LE; Everingham, YL and Lough, JM (2012) Pharmacokinetic modelling of multi-decadal luminescence time series in coral skeletons. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 83: 263-271.
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Learn and live: predator experience and feeding history determines prey behaviour and survival.

Loennstedt, OM; Mccormick, MI; Meekan, MG; Ferrari, MCO and Chivers, DP (2012) Learn and live: predator experience and feeding history determines prey behaviour and survival. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1736): 2091-2098.
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Well-informed foraging: damage-released chemical cues of injured prey signal quality and size to predators

Lonnstedt, OM; Mccormick, MI and Chivers, DP (2012) Well-informed foraging: damage-released chemical cues of injured prey signal quality and size to predators. Oecologia. 168(3): 651-658.
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Small change, big difference: Sea surface temperature distributions for tropical coral reef ecosystems, 1950-2011.

Lough, JM (2012) Small change, big difference: Sea surface temperature distributions for tropical coral reef ecosystems, 1950-2011. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 117: doi:10.1029/2012JC008199.
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Development of eleven polymorphic microsatellite loci for the sea snake Emydocephalus annulatus (Elapidae: Hydrophiinae) and cross-species amplification for seven species in the sister genus Aipysurus

Lukoschek, V and Avise, JC (2012) Development of eleven polymorphic microsatellite loci for the sea snake Emydocephalus annulatus (Elapidae: Hydrophiinae) and cross-species amplification for seven species in the sister genus Aipysurus. Conservation Genetics Resources. 4(1): 11-14.
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Evaluating fossil calibrations for dating phylogenies in light of rates of molecular evolution: a comparison of three approaches.

Lukoschek, V; Scott Keogh, J and Avise, JC (2012) Evaluating fossil calibrations for dating phylogenies in light of rates of molecular evolution: a comparison of three approaches. Systematic Biology. 61(1): 22-43.
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Integrating physiological and biomechanical drivers of population growth over environmental gradients on coral reefs

Madin, JS; Hoogenboom, MO and Connolly, SR (2012) Integrating physiological and biomechanical drivers of population growth over environmental gradients on coral reefs. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215(6): 968-976.
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Calcification, storm damage and population resilience of tabular corals under climate change

Madin, JS; Hughes, TP and Connolly, SR (2012) Calcification, storm damage and population resilience of tabular corals under climate change. Plos One. 7(10): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046637.
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Selecting zones in a marine park: early systematic planning improves cost-efficiency; combining habitat and biotic data improves effectiveness

Malcolm, HA; Foulsham, E; Pressey, RL; Jordan, A; Davies, PL; Ingleton, T; Johnstone, N; Hessey, S and Smith, SDA (2012) Selecting zones in a marine park: early systematic planning improves cost-efficiency; combining habitat and biotic data improves effectiveness. Ocean & Coastal Management(0).
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Risk assessment via predator diet cues in a coral reef goby.

Manassa, RP and McCormick, MI (2012) Risk assessment via predator diet cues in a coral reef goby. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 426: 48-52.
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Social learning and acquired recognition of a predator by a marine fish.

Manassa, RP and McCormick, MI (2012) Social learning and acquired recognition of a predator by a marine fish. Animal Cognition. 15(4): 559-565.
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Basal metazoans and the evolution of multicellular complexity

Manuel, M and Foret, S (2012) Searching for Eve: Basal metazoans and the evolution of multicellular complexity. Bioessays. 34(3): 247-251.
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Prioritizing key resilience indicators to support coral reef management in a changing climate

McClanahan, TR; Donner, SD; Maynard, JA; Macneil, MA; Graham, NA; Maina, J; Baker, AC; Alemu, JBI; Beger, M; Campbell, SJ; Darling, ES; Eakin, CM; Heron, SF; Jupiter, SD; Lundquist, CJ; McLeod, E; Mumby, PJ; Paddack, MJ; Selig, ER and Van Woesik, R (2012) Prioritizing key resilience indicators to support coral reef management in a changing climate. PLoS ONE. 7(8): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042884.
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Lethal effects of habitat degradation on fishes through changing competitive advantage

McCormick, MI (2012) Lethal effects of habitat degradation on fishes through changing competitive advantage. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1744): 3899-3904.
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It pays to be pushy: Intracohort interference competition between two reef fishes.

McCormick, MI and Weaver, CJ (2012) It pays to be pushy: Intracohort interference competition between two reef fishes. PLoS ONE. 7(8): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042590.
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Coral resilience to ocean acidification and global warming through pH up-regulation

Mcculloch, M; Falter, J; Trotter, J and Montagna, P (2012) Coral resilience to ocean acidification and global warming through pH up-regulation. Nature Clim. Change. advance online publication.
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Resilience of cold-water scleractinian corals to ocean acidification: Boron isotopic systematics of pH and saturation state up-regulation.

Mcculloch, M; Trotter, J; Montagna, P; Falter, J; Dunbar, R; Freiwald, A; Foersterra, N; Correa, ML; Maier, C; Ruggeberg, A and Taviani, M (2012) Resilience of cold-water scleractinian corals to ocean acidification: Boron isotopic systematics of pH and saturation state up-regulation. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 87: 21-34.
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Factors affecting the recovery of soft-sediment mussel reefs in the Firth of Thames, New Zealand

Mcleod, IM; Parsons, DM; Morrison, MA; Le Port, AS and Taylor, RB (2012) Factors affecting the recovery of soft-sediment mussel reefs in the Firth of Thames, New Zealand. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(1): 78-83.
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Shelters and their use by fishes on fringing coral reefs.

Menard, A; Turgeon, K; Roche, DG; Binning, SA and Kramer, DL (2012) Shelters and their use by fishes on fringing coral reefs. PLoS ONE. 7(6): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0038450.
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Oxidative stress responses and biological indices in the giant clam Tridacna maxima and the reef fish Epinephelus merra from the French Polynesian Moorea Island

Metais, I; Ekouma, EM; Ngpan, R; Planes, S and Mouneyrac, C (2012) Oxidative stress responses and biological indices in the giant clam Tridacna maxima and the reef fish Epinephelus merra from the French Polynesian Moorea Island. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 64(10): 2233-7.
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Coral genomics and transcriptomics – ushering in a new era in coral biology.

Miller, DJ, Ball, EE, Foret, S and Satoh, N (2011). Coral genomics and transcriptomics – ushering in a new era in coral biology. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 408(1-2): 114-119.
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Where do national and local conservation actions meet? Simulating the expansion of ad hoc and systematic approaches to conservation into the future in Fiji

Mills, M; Adams, VM; Pressey, RL; Ban, NC and Jupiter, S (2012) Where do national and local conservation actions meet? Simulating the expansion of ad hoc and systematic approaches to conservation into the future in Fiji. Conservation Letters. 5(5): 387-398.
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Sources and movements of Chironex fleckeri medusae using statolith elemental chemistry

Mooney, CJ and Kingsford, MJ (2012) Sources and movements of Chironex fleckeri medusae using statolith elemental chemistry. Hydrobiologia. 690(1): 269-277.
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Evidence of social communities in a spatially structured network of a free-ranging shark species

Mourier, J; Vercelloni, J and Planes, S (2012) Evidence of social communities in a spatially structured network of a free-ranging shark species. Animal Behaviour. 83(2): 389-401.
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Whole Transcriptome Analysis of the Coral Acropora millepora Reveals Complex Responses to CO2-driven Acidification during the Initiation of Calcification

Moya, A; Huisman, L; Ball, EE; Hayward, DC; Grasso, LC; Chua, CM; Woo, HN; Gattuso, JP; Foret, S and Miller, DJ (2012) Whole Transcriptome Analysis of the Coral Acropora millepora Reveals Complex Responses to CO2-driven Acidification during the Initiation of Calcification. Molecular Ecology. 21(10): 2440-2454.
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Sea-level history of past interglacial periods from uranium-series dating of corals, Curacao, Leeward Antilles islands.

Muhs, DR; Pandolfi, JM; Simmons, KR and Schumann, RR (2012) Sea-level history of past interglacial periods from uranium-series dating of corals, Curacao, Leeward Antilles islands. Quaternary Research. 78(2): 157-169.
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Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades

Mumby, PJ; Steneck, RS; Edwards, AJ; Ferrari, R; Coleman, R; Harborne, AR and Gibson, JP (2012) Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 445: 13-24.
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From diversity indices to community assembly processes: A test with simulated data.

Münkemüller, T; De Bello, F; Meynard, CN; Gravel, D; Lavergne, S; Mouillot, D; Mouquet, N and Thuiller, W (2012) From diversity indices to community assembly processes: A test with simulated data. Ecography. 35(5): 468-480.
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Influence of habitat condition and competition on foraging behaviour of parrotfishes.

Nash, KL; Graham, NAJ; Januchowski-Hartley, FA and Bellwood, DR (2012) Influence of habitat condition and competition on foraging behaviour of parrotfishes. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 457: 113-124.
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Algal Symbionts Increase DNA Damage in Coral Planulae Exposed to Sunlight.

Nesa, B; Baird, AH; Harii, S; Yakovleva, I and Hidaka, M (2012) Algal Symbionts Increase DNA Damage in Coral Planulae Exposed to Sunlight. Zoological Studies. 51(1): 12-17.
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Near-future carbon dioxide levels alter fish behaviour by interfering with neurotransmitter function

Nilsson, GE; Dixson, DL; Domenici, P; Mccormick, MI; Sorensen, C; Watson, S-A and Munday, PL (2012) Near-future carbon dioxide levels alter fish behaviour by interfering with neurotransmitter function. Nature Climate Change. 2(3): 201-204.
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Coral size, health and structural complexity: effects on the ecology of a coral reef damselfish

Noonan, SHC; Jones, GP and Pratchett, MS (2012) Coral size, health and structural complexity: effects on the ecology of a coral reef damselfish. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 456: 127-137.

Interactive effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on foraging behavior of juvenile coral reef fish

Nowicki, JP; Miller, GM and Munday, PL (2012) Interactive effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on foraging behavior of juvenile coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 412: 46-51.
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Confronting feedbacks of degraded marine ecosystems.

Nystrom, M; Norstrom, AV; Blenckner, T; De La Torre-Castro, M; Eklof, JS; Folke, C; Osterblom, H; Steneck, RS; Thyresson, M and Troell, M (2012) Confronting feedbacks of degraded marine ecosystems. Ecosystems. 15(5): 695-710.
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Bioturbation by stingrays at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia.

O’Shea, OR; Thums, M; Van Keulen, M and Meekan, M (2012) Bioturbation by stingrays at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(3): 189-197.
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Immunity through early development of coral larvae.

Palmer, C; Graham, E and Baird, A (2012) Immunity through early development of coral larvae. Developmental and Comparative Immunology. 38: 395-399.
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Enzyme activity demonstrates multiple pathways of innate immunity in Indo-Pacific anthozoans

Palmer, CV; Bythell, JC and Willis, BL (2012) Enzyme activity demonstrates multiple pathways of innate immunity in Indo-Pacific anthozoans. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1743): 3879-3887.
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A festschrift for Jeremy B.C. Jackson and his integration of paleobiology, ecology, evolution, and conservation biology

Pandolfi, J and Budd, A (2012) A festschrift for Jeremy B.C. Jackson and his integration of paleobiology, ecology, evolution, and conservation biology. Evolutionary Ecology. 26(2): 227-232.
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Estimating rates of biologically driven coral reef framework production and erosion: A new census-based carbonate budget methodology and applications to the reefs of Bonaire

Perry, CT; Edinger, EN; Kench, PS; Murphy, GN; Smithers, SG; Steneck, RS and Mumby, PJ (2012) Estimating rates of biologically driven coral reef framework production and erosion: A new census-based carbonate budget methodology and applications to the reefs of Bonaire. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 853-868.
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Morphological changes in polyp structure of massive coral species in clear and turbid waters

Pisapia, C; Hennige, SJ; Haapkyla, J; Matteucci, R and Smith, DJ (2012) Morphological changes in polyp structure of massive coral species in clear and turbid waters. Bulletin of Marine Science. 88(1): 183-191.
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Environmental determinants of coral reef fish diversity across several French Polynesian atolls

Planes, S; Lecchini, D; Mellin, C; Charton, JG; Harmelin-Vivien, M; Kulbicki, M; Mou-Tham, G and Galzin, R (2012) Environmental determinants of coral reef fish diversity across several French Polynesian atolls. Comptes Rendus Biologies. 335(6): 417-423.
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Environment drives high phylogenetic turnover among oceanic bacterial communities.

Pommier, T; Douzery, EJP and Mouillot, D (2012) Environment drives high phylogenetic turnover among oceanic bacterial communities. Biology Letters. 8(4): 562-566.
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Vulnerability of cloud forest reserves in Mexico to climate change

Ponce-Reyes, R; Reynoso-Rosales, V-H; Watson, JEM; Vanderwal, J; Fuller, RA; Pressey, RL and Possingham, HP (2012) Vulnerability of cloud forest reserves in Mexico to climate change. Nature Climate Change. 2(6): 448-452.
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Specialisation in habitat use by coral reef damselfishes and their susceptibility to habitat loss.

Pratchett, MS; Coker, DJ; Jones, GP and Munday, PL (2012) Specialisation in habitat use by coral reef damselfishes and their susceptibility to habitat loss. Ecology and Evolution. 2(9): 2168-2180.
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High potential for formation and persistence of chimeras following aggregated larval settlement in the broadcast spawning coral, Acropora millepora.

Puill-Stephan, E; Van Oppen, MJH; Pichavant-Rafini, K and Willis, BL (2012) High potential for formation and persistence of chimeras following aggregated larval settlement in the broadcast spawning coral, Acropora millepora. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279(1729): 699-708.
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Expression of putative immune response genes during early ontogeny in the coral Acropora millepora.

Puill-Stephan, E; Seneca, FO; Miller, DJ; Van Oppen, MJH and Willis, BL (2012) Expression of putative immune response genes during early ontogeny in the coral Acropora millepora. PLoS ONE. 7(7): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0039099.
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Patterns in composition, abundance and scarring of whale sharks Rhincodon typus near Holbox Island, Mexico

Ramirez-Macias, D; Meekan, M; De La Parra-Venegas, R; Remolina-Suarez, F; Trigo-Mendoza, M and Vazquez-Juarez, R (2012) Patterns in composition, abundance and scarring of whale sharks Rhincodon typus near Holbox Island, Mexico. Journal of Fish Biology. 80(5): 1401-1416.
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The need for new ocean conservation strategies in a high-carbon dioxide world.

Rau, G; McLeod, E and Hoegh-Guldberg, H (2012) The need for new ocean conservation strategies in a high-carbon dioxide world. Nature Climate Change. 2: 720–724
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Climate variability of the Great Barrier Reef in relation to the tropical Pacific and El Nino-Southern Oscillation

Redondo-Rodriguez, A; Weeks, SJ; Berkelmans, R; Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Lough, JM (2012) Climate variability of the Great Barrier Reef in relation to the tropical Pacific and El Nino-Southern Oscillation. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(1): 34-47.
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The effect of nutrient enrichment on the growth, nucleic acid concentrations, and elemental stoichiometry of coral reef macroalgae

Reef, R; Pandolfi, JM and Lovelock, CE (2012) The effect of nutrient enrichment on the growth, nucleic acid concentrations, and elemental stoichiometry of coral reef macroalgae. Ecology and Evolution. 2(8): 1985-95.
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The role of protein extracts in the induction of disease in Acanthaster planci

Rivera-Posada, J; Owens, L; Caballes, CF and Pratchett, MS (2012) The role of protein extracts in the induction of disease in Acanthaster planci. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 429: 1-6.
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Global disparity in the resilience of coral reefs

Roff, G and Mumby, PJ (2012) Global disparity in the resilience of coral reefs. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 27(7): 404-13.
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The Coral Triangle Initiative: What are we missing? A case study from Aceh, Indonesia.

Rudi, E; Hoey, A; Campbell, S; Fadli, N; Linkie, M and Baird, A (2012) The Coral Triangle Initiative: What are we missing? A case study from Aceh, Indonesia. Oryx. 46(4): 482–485.
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Patterns and persistence of larval retention and connectivity in a marine fish metapopulation

Saenz-Agudelo, P; Jones, GP; Thorrold, SR and Planes, S (2012) Patterns and persistence of larval retention and connectivity in a marine fish metapopulation. Molecular Ecology. 21(19): 4695-4705.
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Ocean-scale prediction of whale shark distribution

Sequeira, A; Mellin, C; Rowat, D; Meekan, MG and Bradshaw, CJA (2012) Ocean-scale prediction of whale shark distribution. Diversity and Distributions. 18(5): 504-518.
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The Perceived Impact of Customary Marine Resource Management on Household and Community Welfare in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia

Setiawan, A; Cinner, JE; Sutton, SG and Mukminin, A (2012) The Perceived Impact of Customary Marine Resource Management on Household and Community Welfare in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Coastal Management. 40(3): 239-249.
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Reefs and islands of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: why it is the world’s largest no-take marine protected area

Sheppard, CRC; Ateweberhan, M; Bowen, BW; Carr, P; Chen, CA; Clubbe, C; Craig, MT; Ebinghaus, R; Eble, J; Fitzsimmons, N; Gaither, MR; Gan, CH; Gollock, M; Guzman, N; Graham, NaJ; Harris, A; Jones, R; Keshavmurthy, S; Koldewey, H; Lundin, CG; Mortimer, JA; Obura, D; Pfeiffer, M; Price, ARG; Purkis, S; Raines, P; Readman, JW; Riegl, B; Rogers, A; Schleyer, M; Seaward, MRD; Sheppard, ALS; Tamelander, J; Turner, JR; Visram, S; Vogler, C; Vogt, S; Wolschke, H; Yang, JMC; Yang, SY and Yesson, C (2012) Reefs and islands of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: why it is the world’s largest no-take marine protected area. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 22(2): 232-261.
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Sexual difference in the migration pattern of blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, related to spawning and feeding activities in the western and central north Pacific Ocean

Shimose, T; Yokawa, K; Saito, H and Tachihara, K (2012) Sexual difference in the migration pattern of blue marlin, Makaira nigricans, related to spawning and feeding activities in the western and central north Pacific Ocean. Bulletin of Marine Science. 88(2): 231-249.
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rophic ecology of reef sharks determined using stable isotopes and telemetry

Speed, C; Meekan, M; Field, I; Mcmahon, C; Abrantes, K and Bradshaw, C (2012) Trophic ecology of reef sharks determined using stable isotopes and telemetry. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 357-367.
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Heat-seeking sharks: Support for behavioural thermoregulation in reef sharks

Speed, CW; Meekan, MG; Field, IC; McMahon, CR and Bradshaw, CJA (2012) Heat-seeking sharks: Support for behavioural thermoregulation in reef sharks. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 463: 231-244.
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Aggressive females become aggressive males in a sex-changing reef fish

Sprenger, D; Dingemanse, NJ; Dochtermann, NA; Theobald, J and Walker, SPW (2012) Aggressive females become aggressive males in a sex-changing reef fish. Ecology Letters. 15(9): 986-992.
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Molecular delineation of species in the coral holobiont.

Stat, M; Baker, AC; Bourne, DG; Correa, AMS; Forsman, Z; Huggett, MJ; Pochon, X; Skillings, D; Toonen, RJ; Van Oppen, MJH and Gates, RD (2012) Molecular delineation of species in the coral holobiont. Advances in Marine Biology. 63: 1-65.
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Evidence of corallivory by the keyhole limpet Diodora galeata

Stella, JS (2012) Evidence of corallivory by the keyhole limpet Diodora galeata. Coral Reefs. 31(2): 579-579.
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Apex predators and trophic cascades in large marine ecosystems: Learning from serendipity

Steneck, RS (2012) Apex predators and trophic cascades in large marine ecosystems: Learning from serendipity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109(21): 7953-7954.
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Influence of seasonal and latitudinal temperature variation on early life history traits of a coral reef fish

Takahashi, M; McCormick, MI; Munday, PL and Jones, GP (2012) Influence of seasonal and latitudinal temperature variation on early life history traits of a coral reef fish. Marine and Freshwater Research. 63(10): 856-864.
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Variation in soft tissue chemistry among scyphozoan and cubozoan jellyfishes from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Templeman, MA and Kingsford, MJ (2012) Variation in soft tissue chemistry among scyphozoan and cubozoan jellyfishes from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Hydrobiologia. 690(1): 279-290.
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Diversity and stability of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs

Thibaut, LM; Connolly, SR and Sweatman, HPA (2012) Diversity and stability of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. Ecology. 93(4): 891-901.
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Rapid identification of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in a marine extract by HPLC-MS using data-dependent acquisition

Thomas, MC; Dunn, SR; Altvater, J; Dove, SG and Nette, GW (2012) Rapid identification of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in a marine extract by HPLC-MS using data-dependent acquisition. Analytical Chemistry. 84(14): 5976-5983.
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Accuracy of species identification by fisheries observers in a north Australian shark fishery

Tillett, BJ; Field, IC; Bradshaw, CJA; Johnson, G; Buckworth, RC; Meekan, MG and Ovenden, JR (2012) Accuracy of species identification by fisheries observers in a north Australian shark fishery. Fisheries Research. 127: 109-115.
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Pleistocene isolation, secondary introgression and restricted contemporary gene flow in the pig-eye shark, Carcharhinus amboinensis across northern Australia.

Tillett, BJ; Meekan, MG; Broderick, D; Field, IC; Cliff, G and Ovenden, JR (2012) Pleistocene isolation, secondary introgression and restricted contemporary gene flow in the pig-eye shark, Carcharhinus amboinensis across northern Australia. Conservation Genetics. 13(1): 99-115.
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Evidence for reproductive philopatry in the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas.

Tillett, J; Meekan, MG; Field, IC; Thorburn, DC and Ovenden, JR (2012) Evidence for reproductive philopatry in the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas. Journal of Fish Biology. 80(6): 2140-2158.
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High similarity of genetic population structure in the false clown anemonefish (Amphiprion ocellaris) found in microsatellite and mitochondrial control region analysis.

Timm, J; Planes, S and Kochzius, M (2012) High similarity of genetic population structure in the false clown anemonefish (Amphiprion ocellaris) found in microsatellite and mitochondrial control region analysis. Conservation Genetics. 13(3): 693-706.
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Identification of seventeen microsatellite markers for conservation genetic studies of the endemic anemonefish, Amphiprion mccullochi

Van Der Meer, MH; Gardner, MG; Hobbs, J-PA; Jones, GP and Van Herwerden, L (2012) Identification of seventeen microsatellite markers for conservation genetic studies of the endemic anemonefish, Amphiprion mccullochi. Conservation Genetics Resources. 4(2): 247-250.
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Identification of twenty one microsatellite loci for conservation genetic studies of the endemic butterflyfish Chaetodon tricinctus

Van Der Meer, MH; Gardner, MG; Hobbs, J-PA; Pratchett, M and Van Herwerden, L (2012) Identification of twenty one microsatellite loci for conservation genetic studies of the endemic butterflyfish Chaetodon tricinctus. Conservation Genetics Resources. 4(2): 243-246.
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Historic hybridization and introgression between two iconic Australian anemonefish and contemporary patterns of population connectivity.

Van Der Meer, MH; Jones, GP; Hobbs, JPA and Van Herwerden, L (2012) Historic hybridization and introgression between two iconic Australian anemonefish and contemporary patterns of population connectivity. Ecology and Evolution. 2(7): 1592-604.
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Socio-economic value and community benefits from shark-diving tourism in Palau: A sustainable use of reef shark populations.

Vianna, GMS; Meekan, MG; Pannell, DJ; Marsh, SP and Meeuwig, JJ (2012) Socio-economic value and community benefits from shark-diving tourism in Palau: A sustainable use of reef shark populations. Biological Conservation. 145(1): 267-277.
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Nutrient recycling by coastal macrofauna: intra- versus interspecific differences

Villeger, S; Ferraton, F; Mouillot, D and De Wit, R (2012) Nutrient recycling by coastal macrofauna: intra- versus interspecific differences. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 452: 297-303.
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Low functional beta-diversity despite high taxonomic beta-diversity among tropical estuarine fish communities.

Villeger, S; Miranda, JR; Hernandez, DF and Mouillot, D (2012) Low functional beta-diversity despite high taxonomic beta-diversity among tropical estuarine fish communities. PLoS ONE. 7(7): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040679.
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Co-management of coral reef fisheries: A critical evaluation of the literature.

Wamukota, AW; Cinner, JE and McClanahan, TR (2012) Co-management of coral reef fisheries: A critical evaluation of the literature. Marine Policy. 36(2): 481-488.
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Reproductive isolation among Acropora species (Scleractinia: Acroporidae) in a marginal coral assemblage.

Wei, NV; Hsieh, HJ; Dai, C-F; Wallace, CC; Baird, AH and Chen, CA (2012) Reproductive isolation among Acropora species (Scleractinia: Acroporidae) in a marginal coral assemblage. Zoological Studies. 51(1): 85-92.
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Spatial ecology of the steephead parrotfish (Chlorurus microrhinos): an evaluation using acoustic telemetry

Welsh, J and Bellwood, D (2012) Spatial ecology of the steephead parrotfish (Chlorurus microrhinos): an evaluation using acoustic telemetry. Coral Reefs. 31(1): 55-65.
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Regional endothermy in a coral reef fish?

Welsh, JQ and Bellwood, DR (2012) Regional endothermy in a coral reef fish? PLoS ONE. 7(3): e33187.
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Increasing suspended sediment reduces foraging, growth and condition of a planktivorous damselfish

Wenger, AS; Johansen, JL and Jones, GP (2012) Increasing suspended sediment reduces foraging, growth and condition of a planktivorous damselfish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 428: 43-48.
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Discrete and continuous reproductive tactics in a hermaphroditic society

Wong, MYL; Fauvelot, C; Planes, S and Buston, PM (2012) Discrete and continuous reproductive tactics in a hermaphroditic society. Animal Behaviour. 84(4): 897-906.
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Impacts of cyclone Hamish at One Tree Reef: integrating environmental and benthic habitat data

Woolsey, E; Bainbridge, S; Kingsford, M and Byrne, M (2012) Impacts of cyclone Hamish at One Tree Reef: integrating environmental and benthic habitat data. Marine Biology. 159(4): 793-803.
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Impacts of cyclone Hamish at One Tree Reef: integrating environmental and benthic habitat data

Woolsey, E; Bainbridge, S; Kingsford, M and Byrne, M (2012) Impacts of cyclone Hamish at One Tree Reef: integrating environmental and benthic habitat data. Marine Biology. 159(4): 793-803.
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Oceanographic forcing of nutrient uptake and release over a fringing coral reef

Wyatt, ASJ; Falter, JL; Lowe, RJ; Humphries, S and Waite, AM (2012) Oceanographic forcing of nutrient uptake and release over a fringing coral reef. Limnology and Oceanography. 57(2): 401-419.
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Fish predation on sea urchins on the Great Barrier Reef.

Young, M and Bellwood, D (2012) Fish predation on sea urchins on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs. 31(3): 731-738.
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High-precision U-series ages of transported coral blocks on Heron Reef (southern Great Barrier Reef) and storm activity during the past century.

Yu, KF; Zhao, JX; Roff, G; Lybolt, M; Feng, YX; Clark, T and Li, S (2012) High-precision U-series ages of transported coral blocks on Heron Reef (southern Great Barrier Reef) and storm activity during the past century. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology. 337: 23-36.
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The combined influence of hydrodynamic forcing and calcification on the spatial distribution of alkalinity in a coral reef system

Zhang, Z; Falter, J; Lowe, R and Ivey, G (2012) The combined influence of hydrodynamic forcing and calcification on the spatial distribution of alkalinity in a coral reef system. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 117.
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BOOK CHAPTERS

Dugong, In Queensland’s Threatened Animals

Marsh, H; Weiss, K and Grech, A (2012) Dugong, In Queensland’s Threatened Animals, Curtis, L, Dennis, A, McDonald, K, Kyne, P and Debus, S, Editors. CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, Australia. p. 410-411.
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Effects of climate change on reef-building corals and associated fishes In Wildlife and climate change: Towards robust conservation strategies for Australian fauna

Pratchett, M; Bay, L; Coker, D; Cole, A and Lawton, R (2012) Effects of climate change on reef-building corals and associated fishes In Wildlife and climate change: Towards robust conservation strategies for Australian fauna, Lunney, D and Hutchings, P, Editors. Royal Zoological Society New South Wales: Sydney p. 59-67.
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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Summer growth rates of corals at Lord Howe Island, Australia

Anderson, K; Pratchett, M and Baird, A (2012) Summer growth rates of corals at Lord Howe Island, Australia, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Extended periods of coral recruitment on the Great Barrier Reef

Baird, AH; Emslie, MJ and Lewis, AR (2012) Extended periods of coral recruitment on the Great Barrier Reef, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Measuring and communicating effects of MPAs on deep “shoal” fisheries

Cappo, M; Stowar, M; Stieglitz, T; Lawrey, E; Johansson, C and Macneil, A (2012) Measuring and communicating effects of MPAs on deep “shoal” fisheries, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Effects of ocean acidification on metamorphosis: brooding and spawning larvae

Chua, C-M; Schupp, P; Leggat, W and Baird, A (2012) Effects of ocean acidification on metamorphosis: brooding and spawning larvae, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Evaluating risk to seagrasses in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Region

Coles, R; Grech, A; Rasheed, M and McKenzie, L (2012) Evaluating risk to seagrasses in the Tropical Indo-Pacific Region, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Extreme weather conditions in the Great Barrier Reef: drivers of change?

Devlin, M; Wenger, A; Da Silva, E; Alvarez Romero, JG; Waterhouse, J and McKenzie, L (2012) Extreme weather conditions in the Great Barrier Reef: drivers of change? In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Loss of economic value from coral bleaching in S.E. Asia

Doshi, A; Pascoe, S; Thébaud, O; Thomas, CR; Setiasih, N; Hong, JTC; True, J; Schuttenberg, HZ and Heron, SF (2012) Loss of economic value from coral bleaching in S.E. Asia, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Identifying oceanic thermal anomalies in the Coral Triangle region

Heron, S; Pressey, RL; Skirving, WJ; Rauenzahn, JL; Parker, B-aA and Eakin, CM (2012) Identifying oceanic thermal anomalies in the Coral Triangle region, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Developments in understanding relationships between environmental conditions and coral diseas

Heron, SF; Maynard, J; Willis, B; Christensen, T; Harvell, CD; Vargas-Angel, B; Beeden, R; Sziklay, J; Aeby, G; Franklin, EC; Skirving, W; Eakin, CM; Burgess, T; Li, J; Liu, G; Lucas, E; Rauenzahn, J and Strong, A (2012) Developments in understanding relationships between environmental conditions and coral disease, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Bleaching susceptibility and mortality among corals with differing growth forms

McCowan, DM; Pratchett, MS and Baird, AH (2012) Bleaching susceptibility and mortality among corals with differing growth forms, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 6.
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Bleaching condition varies among Acropora millepora color morphs

Paley, AS and Bay, LK (2012) Bleaching condition varies among Acropora millepora color morphs, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Changing feeding preferences of butterflyfishes following coral bleaching

Pisapia, C; Cole, AJ and Pratchett, MS (2012) Changing feeding preferences of butterflyfishes following coral bleaching, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Interdependence between reef fishes and scleractinian corals

Pratchett, M; Hoey, A; Coker, D and Gardiner, N (2012) Interdependence between reef fishes and scleractinian corals, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Tropical Foraminifera as indicators of water quality and temperature

Reymond, C; Uthicke, S and Pandolfi, JM (2012) Tropical Foraminifera as indicators of water quality and temperature, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Thermal stress-related gene expression in corals with different Symbiodinium types

Rocker, MM; Willis, BL and Bay, LK (2012) Thermal stress-related gene expression in corals with different Symbiodinium types, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Massive coral mortality following a large flood event

Tan, JCH; Pratchett, MS; Bay, LK and Baird, AH (2012) Massive coral mortality following a large flood event, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 4.
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Coral farming as means of sustaining livelihoods and promoting resource management

Wia, J; Januchowski-Hartley, F; Lahari, RU; Morove, T; Perks, HM and Holmes, KE (2012) Coral farming as means of sustaining livelihoods and promoting resource management, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 5.
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Self-fertilization suppresses thermal tolerance in embryos of reef-building coral

Woolsey, E (2012) Self-fertilization suppresses thermal tolerance in embryos of reef-building coral, In 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Yellowlees, D and Hughes, TP, Editors. James Cook University: Cairns, Australia. p. 4.
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REPORTS

Fishing for fairness: Poverty, morality and marine resource management in the Philippines.

Fabinyi, M (2012) Fishing for fairness: Poverty, morality and marine resource management in the Philippines. Asia-Pacific Environment Monograph 7, ANU E-Press: Canberra. http://epress.anu.edu.au?p=167001.
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Marine Reptiles, In A Marine Cliimate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012

Fuentes, M; Hamann, M and Lukoschek, V (2012) Marine Reptiles, In A Marine Cliimate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012, Poloczanska, ES, Hobday, AJ and Richardson, AJ, Editors. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. p. 379-400.
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El Niño-Southern Oscillation, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012

Holbrook, N; Brown, J; Davidson, J; Feng, M; Hobday, A; Lough, J; McGregor, S; Power, S and Risbey, J (2012) El Niño-Southern Oscillation, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012, Poloczanska, ES, Hobday, AJ and Richardson, AJ, Editors. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. p. 82-111.
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Ocean acidification, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012

Howard, WR; Nash, M; Anthony, K; Schmutter, K; Bostock, H; Bromhead, D; Byrne, M; Currie, K; Diaz-Pulido, G; Eggins, S; Michael Ellwood; Eyre, B; Haese, R; Hallegraeff, G; Hill, K; Hurd, C; Law, C; Lenton, A; Matear, R; McNeil, B; McCulloch, M; Müller, MN; Mundy, P; Opdyke, B; Pandolfi, JM; Richards, R; Roberts, D; Russell, BD; Smith, AM; Tilbrook, B; Waite, A and Williamson, J (2012) Ocean acidification, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012, Poloczanska, ES, Hobday, AJ and Richardson, AJ, Editors. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. p. 114-149.
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Temperature, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012

Lough, J; Sen Gupta, A and Hobday, A (2012) Temperature, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012, Poloczanska, ES, Hobday, AJ and Richardson, AJ, Editors. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. p. 1-25.
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Tropical Coastal Fishes and Climate Change, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012

Munday, PL; Cheal, AJ; Graham, NAJ; Meekan, M; Pratchett, MS; Sheaves, M; Sweatman, H and Wilson, SK (2012) Tropical Coastal Fishes and Climate Change, In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2012, Poloczanska, ES, Hobday, AJ and Richardson, AJ, Editors. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. p. 281-306.
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2011 Scientific Publications [281]

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Sea level rise, coastal development and planned retreat: analytical framework, governance principles and an Australian case study

Abel, N, Gorddard, R, Harman, B, Leitch, A, Langridge, J, Ryan, A and Heyenga, S (2011). Sea level rise, coastal development and planned retreat: analytical framework, governance principles and an Australian case study. Environmental Science & Policy 14(3): 279-288.
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Improving social acceptability of marine protected area networks: a method for estimating opportunity costs to multiple gear types in both fished and currently unfished areas.

Adams, VM, Mills, M, Jupiter, SD and Pressey, RL (2011). Improving social acceptability of marine protected area networks: a method for estimating opportunity costs to multiple gear types in both fished and currently unfished areas. Biological Conservation 144(1): 350-361.
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How much does it cost to expand a protected area system? Some critical determining factors and ranges of costs for Queensland

Adams, VM, Segan, DB and Pressey, RL (2011). How much does it cost to expand a protected area system? Some critical determining factors and ranges of costs for Queensland. PLoS ONE 6(9): e25447.
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Resilience implications of policy responses to climate change.

Adger, WN, Brown, K, Nelson, DR, Berkes, F, Eakin, H, Folke, C, Galvin, K, Gunderson, L, Goulden, M, O’Brien, K, Ruitenbeek, J and Tompkins, EL (2011). Resilience implications of policy responses to climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Climate Change 2(5): 757-766.
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Growth anomalies on the coral genera Acropora and Porites are strongly associated with host density and human population size across the Indo-Pacific

Aeby, GS, Williams, GJ, Franklin, EC, Haapkyla, J, Harvell, CD, Neale, S, Page, CA, Raymundo, L, Vargas-Angel, B, Willis, BL, Work, TM and Davy, SK (2011). Growth anomalies on the coral genera Acropora and Porites are strongly associated with host density and human population size across the Indo-Pacific. PLoS ONE 6(2): e16887.
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Defining the tipping point. A complex cellular life/death balance in corals in response to stress

Ainsworth, TD, Wasmund, K, Ukani, L, Seneca, F, Yellowlees, D, Miller, D and Leggat, W (2011). Defining the tipping point. A complex cellular life/death balance in corals in response to stress. Nature Scientific Reports 1: 160.
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Predicting trophic guild and diet overlap from functional traits: statistics, opportunities and limitations for marine ecology

Albouy, C, Guilhaumon, F, Villeger, S, Mouchet, M, Mercier, L, Culioli, JM, Tomasini, JA, Le Loc’h, F and Mouillot, D (2011). Predicting trophic guild and diet overlap from functional traits: statistics, opportunities and limitations for marine ecology. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 436: 17-28.
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Integrated land-sea conservation planning: the missing links

Alvarez-Romero, JG, Pressey, RL, Ban, NC, Vance-Borland, K, Willer, C, Klein, CJ and Gaines, SD (2011). Integrated land-sea conservation planning: the missing links. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 42(1): 381-409.
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Chronic small-scale oil pollution in Addu Atoll (Maldives)

Andrefouet, S and Naseer, A (2011). Chronic small-scale oil pollution in Addu Atoll (Maldives). Coral Reefs 30(4): 935-935.
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Ocean acidification and warming will lower coral reef resilience

Anthony, KRN, Maynard, JA, Diaz-Pulido, G, Mumby, PJ, Marshall, PA, Cao, L and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2011). Ocean acidification and warming will lower coral reef resilience. Global Change Biology 17(5): 1798-1808.
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Beyond biodiversity: fish metagenomes indicate overexploitation of Amazonian fish

Ardura, A, Planes, S and Garcia-Vazquez, E (2011). Beyond biodiversity: fish metagenomes indicate overexploitation of Amazonian fish. PLoS ONE 6(8): e22592.
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Episodic heterogeneous decline and recovery of coral cover in the Indian Ocean

Ateweberhan, M, McClanahan, T, Graham, N and Sheppard, C (2011). Episodic heterogeneous decline and recovery of coral cover in the Indian Ocean. Coral Reefs 30(3): 739-752.
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Seasonality of coral reproduction in the Dampier Archipelago, northern Western Australia

Baird, A, Blakeway, D, Hurley, T and Stoddart, J (2011). Seasonality of coral reproduction in the Dampier Archipelago, northern Western Australia. Marine Biology 158(2): 275-285.
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Promise and problems for estimating management costs of marine protected areas

Ban, NC, Adams, V, Pressey, RL and Hicks, J (2011). Promise and problems for estimating management costs of marine protected areas. Conservation Letters 4(3): 241-252.
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Designing, implementing and managing marine protected areas: emerging trends and opportunities for coral reef nations

Ban, NC, Adams, VM, Almany, GR, Ban, S, Cinner, JE, McCook, LJ, Mills, M, Pressey, RL and White, A (2011). Designing, implementing and managing marine protected areas: emerging trends and opportunities for coral reef nations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 408(1-2): 21-31.
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Incongruence between the distribution of a common coral reef sponge and photosynthesis.

Bannister, R, Hoogenboom, M, Anthony, K, Battershill, C, Whalan, S, Webster, N and de Nys, R (2011). Incongruence between the distribution of a common coral reef sponge and photosynthesis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 423: 95-100.
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A new way to measure the world’s protected area coverage

Barr, LM, Pressey, RL, Fuller, RA, Segan, DB, McDonald-Madden, E and Possingham, HP (2011). A new way to measure the world’s protected area coverage. PLoS ONE 6(9): e24707.
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Coral reproduction in the world’s warmest reefs: southern Persian Gulf (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)

Bauman, A, Baird, A and Cavalcante, G (2011). Coral reproduction in the world’s warmest reefs: southern Persian Gulf (Dubai, United Arab Emirates). Coral Reefs 30(2): 405-413.
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Infection dynamics vary between Symbiodinium types and cell surface treatments during establishment of endosymbiosis with coral larvae

Bay, LK, Cumbo, VR, Abrego, D, Kool, JT, Ainsworth, TD and Willis, BL (2011). Infection dynamics vary between Symbiodinium types and cell surface treatments during establishment of endosymbiosis with coral larvae. Diversity 3(3): 356-374.
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Research challenges to improve the management and conservation of subtropical reefs to tackle climate change threats

Beger, M, Babcock, R, Booth, DJ, Bucher, D, Condie, SA, Creese, B, Cvitanovic, C, Dalton, SJ, Harrison, P, Hoey, A, Jordan, A, Loder, J, Malcolm, H, Purcell, SW, Roelfsma, C, Sachs, P, Smith, SDA, Sommer, B, Stuart-Smith, R, Thomson, D, Wallace, CC, Zann, M and Pandolfi, JM (2011). Research challenges to improve the management and conservation of subtropical reefs to tackle climate change threats. Ecological Management & Restoration 12(1): e7-e10.
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Predicting structural complexity of reefs and fish abundance using acoustic remote sensing (RoxAnn)

Bejarano, S, Mumby, P and Sotheran, I (2011). Predicting structural complexity of reefs and fish abundance using acoustic remote sensing (RoxAnn). Marine Biology 158(3): 489-504.
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Dangerous demographics: the lack of juvenile humphead parrotfishes Bolbometopon muricatum on the Great Barrier Reef

Bellwood, D and Choat, J (2011). Dangerous demographics: the lack of juvenile humphead parrotfishes Bolbometopon muricatum on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 30(2): 549-554.
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Testing resilience thinking in a poverty context: experience from the Niger River basin

Bene, C, Evans, L, Mills, D, Ovie, S, Raji, A, Tafida, A, Kodio, A, Sinaba, F, Morand, P, Lemoalle, J and Andrew, N (2011). Testing resilience thinking in a poverty context: experience from the Niger River basin. Global Environmental Change 21(4): 1173-1184.
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Latitudinal variation in macroalgal consumption by fishes on the Great Barrier Reef

Bennett, S and Bellwood, DR (2011). Latitudinal variation in macroalgal consumption by fishes on the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 426: 241-269.
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Relative gut lengths of coral reef butterflyfishes (Pisces: Chaetodontidae).

Berumen, M, Pratchett, M and Goodman, B (2011). Relative gut lengths of coral reef butterflyfishes (Pisces: Chaetodontidae). Coral Reefs 30(4): 1005-1010.
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Behavioural and developmental responses of predatory coral reef fish to variation in the abundance of prey

Beukers-Stewart, B, Beukers-Stewart, J and Jones, G (2011). Behavioural and developmental responses of predatory coral reef fish to variation in the abundance of prey. Coral Reefs 30(3): 855-864.
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Understanding resilience in a vulnerable industry: the case of reef tourism in Australia.

Biggs, D (2011). Understanding resilience in a vulnerable industry: the case of reef tourism in Australia. Ecology and Society 16(1): 30.
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The implementation crisis in conservation planning: could “mental models” help?

Biggs, D, Abel, N, Knight, AT, Leitch, A, Langston, A and Ban, NC (2011). The implementation crisis in conservation planning: could “mental models” help? Conservation Letters 4(3): 169-183.
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Are we entering an era of concatenated global crises?

Biggs, D, Biggs, R, Dakos, V, Scholes, RJ and Schoon, M (2011). Are we entering an era of concatenated global crises? Ecology and Society 16(2): 27.
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The value of avitourism for conservation and job creation-an analysis from South Africa

Biggs, D, Turpie, J, Fabricius, C and Spenceley, A (2011). The value of avitourism for conservation and job creation-an analysis from South Africa. Conservation and Society 9(1): 80-90.
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Non-lethal measurement of pectoral fin aspect ratio in coral-reef fishes.

Binning, SA and Fulton, CJ (2011). Non-lethal measurement of pectoral fin aspect ratio in coral-reef fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 79(3): 812-818.
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Parrotfish predation on massive Porites on the Great Barrier Reef.

Bonaldo, R and Bellwood, D (2011). Parrotfish predation on massive Porites on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 30(1): 259-269.
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Spatial variation in the effects of grazing on epilithic algal turfs on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Bonaldo, R and Bellwood, D (2011). Spatial variation in the effects of grazing on epilithic algal turfs on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Coral Reefs 30(2): 381-390.
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Relative impact of parrotfish grazing scars on massive Porites corals at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef

Bonaldo, RM, Krajewski, JP and Bellwood, DR (2011). Relative impact of parrotfish grazing scars on massive Porites corals at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 423: 223-233.
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Mesophotic coral ecosystems on the walls of Coral Sea atolls

Bongaerts, P, Bridge, T, Kline, D, Muir, P, Wallace, C, Beaman, R and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2011). Mesophotic coral ecosystems on the walls of Coral Sea atolls. Coral Reefs 30(2): 335.
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Adaptive divergence in a scleractinian coral: physiological adaptation of Seriatopora hystrix to shallow and deep reef habitats

Bongaerts, P, Riginos, C, Hay, KB, van Oppen, MJH, Hoegh-Guldberg, O and Dove, S (2011). Adaptive divergence in a scleractinian coral: physiological adaptation of Seriatopora hystrix to shallow and deep reef habitats. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 303.
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Symbiodinium diversity in mesophotic coral communities on the Great Barrier Reef: a first assessment

Bongaerts, P, Sampayo, EM, Bridge, TCL, Ridgway, T, Vermeulen, F, Englebert, N, Webster, JM and Hoegh-Guldberg, O (2011). Symbiodinium diversity in mesophotic coral communities on the Great Barrier Reef: a first assessment. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 439: 117-126.
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Contrasting effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on coral-associated reef fishes

Bonin, M, Almany, G and Jones, G (2011). Contrasting effects of habitat loss and fragmentation on coral-associated reef fishes. Ecology 92(7): 1503-1512.
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Coral-associated reef fishes

Bonin, MC, Almay, G and Jones, G (2011). Coral-associated reef fishes. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92(3): 289-289.
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Changes in sulfate-reducing bacterial populations during the onset of black band disease

Bourne, DG, Muirhead, A and Sato, Y (2011). Changes in sulfate-reducing bacterial populations during the onset of black band disease. ISME Journal 5(3): 559-564.
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Comparison of 87Sr/86Sr isotope and biostratigraphic ages of uplifted fossil reefs in the Indo-Pacific: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Fiji.

Bromfield, K and Renema, W (2011). Comparison of 87Sr/86Sr isotope and biostratigraphic ages of uplifted fossil reefs in the Indo-Pacific: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Fiji. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 58(1): 61-73.
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Daytime spawning of Porites rus on the coral reefs of Chumbe Island in Zanzibar, Western Indian Ocean (WIO)

Bronstein, O and Loya, Y (2011). Daytime spawning of Porites rus on the coral reefs of Chumbe Island in Zanzibar, Western Indian Ocean (WIO). Coral Reefs 30(2): 441-441.
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Coral obligate filefish masquerades as branching coral

Brooker, R, Munday, P and Jones, G (2011). Coral obligate filefish masquerades as branching coral. Coral Reefs 30(3): 803.
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Quantitative approaches in climate change ecology

Brown, CJ, Schoeman, DS, Sydeman, WJ, Brander, K, Buckley, LB, Burrows, M, Duarte, CM, Moore, PJ, Pandolfi, JM, Poloczanska, E, Venables, W and Richardson, AJ (2011). Quantitative approaches in climate change ecology. Global Change Biology 17(12): 3697-3713.
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The pace of shifting climate in marine and terrestrial ecosystems.

Burrows, MT, Schoeman, DS, Buckley, LB, Moore, P, Poloczanska, ES, Brander, KM, Brown, C, Bruno, JF, Duarte, CM, Halpern, BS, Holding, J, Kappel, CV, Kiessling, W, O’Connor, MI, Pandolfi, JM, Parmesan, C, Schwing, FB, Sydeman, WJ and Richardson, AJ (2011). The pace of shifting climate in marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Science 334(6056): 652-655.
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Biogeographic patterns of reef fish community structure in the northeastern Arabian Peninsula

Burt, JA, Feary, DA, Bauman, AG, Usseglio, P, Cavalcante, GH and Sale, PF (2011). Biogeographic patterns of reef fish community structure in the northeastern Arabian Peninsula. Ices Journal of Marine Science 68(9): 1875-1883.
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Egg hormones in a highly fecund vertebrate: do they influence offspring social structure in competitive conditions?

Burton, T, Hoogenboom, MO, Armstrong, JD, Groothuis, TGG and Metcalfe, NB (2011). Egg hormones in a highly fecund vertebrate: do they influence offspring social structure in competitive conditions? Functional Ecology 25(6): 1379-1388.
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Disappearance of Acropora from the Marquesas (French Polynesia) during the last deglacial period.

Cabioch, G, Wallace, C, McCulloch, M, Zibrowius, H, Laboute, P and de Forges, B (2011). Disappearance of Acropora from the Marquesas (French Polynesia) during the last deglacial period. Coral Reefs 30(4): 1101-1105.
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Water currents and water budget in a coastal megastructure, Palm Jumeirah Lagoon, Dubai, UAE.

Cavalcante, GH, Kjerfve, B, Feary, DA, Bauman, AG and Usseglio, P (2011). Water currents and water budget in a coastal megastructure, Palm Jumeirah Lagoon, Dubai, UAE. Journal of Coastal Research 27(2): 384-393.
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Interactions between herbivorous fish guilds and their influence on algal succession on a coastal coral reef

Ceccarelli, DM, Jones, GP and McCook, LJ (2011). Interactions between herbivorous fish guilds and their influence on algal succession on a coastal coral reef. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 399(1): 60-67.
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Rapid increase in coral cover on an isolated coral reef, the Ashmore Reef National Nature Reserve, north-western Australia

Ceccarelli, DM, Richards, ZT, Pratchett, MS and Cvitanovic, C (2011). Rapid increase in coral cover on an isolated coral reef, the Ashmore Reef National Nature Reserve, north-western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 62(10): 1214-1220.
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A simple approximation for larval retention around reefs.

Cetina-Heredia, P and Connolly, S (2011). A simple approximation for larval retention around reefs. Coral Reefs 30(3): 593-605.
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Freshening of the Alaska coastal current recorded by coralline algal Ba/Ca ratios

Chan, P, Halfar, J, Williams, B, Hetzinger, S, Steneck, R, Zack, T and Jacob, DE (2011). Freshening of the Alaska coastal current recorded by coralline algal Ba/Ca ratios. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 116: G01032.
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Latitudinal gradient of morphological variations in zebra coral Oulastrea crispata (Scleractinia: Faviidae) in the West Pacific

Chen, K-S, Hsieh, HJ, Keshavmurthy, S, Leung, JKL, Lien, IT, Nakano, Y, Plathong, S, Huang, H and Chen, CA (2011). Latitudinal gradient of morphological variations in zebra coral Oulastrea crispata (Scleractinia: Faviidae) in the West Pacific. Zoological Studies 50(1): 43-52.
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Selective feeding by coral reef fishes on coral lesions associated with brown band and black band disease

Chong-Seng, K, Cole, A, Pratchett, M and Willis, B (2011). Selective feeding by coral reef fishes on coral lesions associated with brown band and black band disease. Coral Reefs 30(2): 473-481.
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Social-ecological traps in reef fisheries

Cinner, JE (2011). Social-ecological traps in reef fisheries. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions 21(3): 835-839.
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The human dimensions of coastal and marine ecosystems in the Western Indian Ocean.

Cinner, JE and David, G (2011). The human dimensions of coastal and marine ecosystems in the Western Indian Ocean. Coastal Management 39(4): 351-357.
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Responding to change: using scenarios to understand how socioeconomic factors may influence amplifying or dampening exploitation feedbacks among Tanzanian fishers

Cinner, JE, Folke, C, Daw, T and Hicks, CC (2011). Responding to change: using scenarios to understand how socioeconomic factors may influence amplifying or dampening exploitation feedbacks among Tanzanian fishers. Global Environmental Change 21(1): 7-12.
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Long-term cleaner fish presence affects growth of a coral reef fish

Clague, GE, Cheney, KL, Goldizen, AW, McCormick, MI, Waldie, PA and Grutter, AS (2011). Long-term cleaner fish presence affects growth of a coral reef fish. Biology Letters 7(6): 863-865.
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Skeletal mineralogy of newly settling Acropora millepora (Scleractinia) coral recruits

Clode, PL, Lema, K, Saunders, M and Weiner, S (2011). Skeletal mineralogy of newly settling Acropora millepora (Scleractinia) coral recruits. Coral Reefs 30(1): 1-8.
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Business partner or simple catch? The economic value of the sicklefin lemon shark in French Polynesia

Clua, E, Buray, N, Legendre, P, Mourier, J and Planes, S (2011). Business partner or simple catch? The economic value of the sicklefin lemon shark in French Polynesia. Marine and Freshwater Research 62(6): 764-770.
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Fishing taboos: Securing Pacific fisheries for the future? SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin 28: 3-13. Link to full text or pdf

Cohen, P and Foale, S (2011). Fishing taboos: Securing Pacific fisheries for the future? SPC Traditional Marine Resource Management and Knowledge Information Bulletin 28: 3-13.
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Chronic coral consumption by butterflyfishes.

Cole, A, Lawton, R, Pratchett, M and Wilson, S (2011). Chronic coral consumption by butterflyfishes. Coral Reefs 30(1): 85-93.
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ffects of juvenile coral-feeding butterflyfishes on host corals

Cole, A and Pratchett, M (2011). Effects of juvenile coral-feeding butterflyfishes on host corals. Coral Reefs 30(3): 623-630.
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Inter-specific variation in susceptibility to grazing among common reef corals.

Cole, A and Pratchett, M (2011). Inter-specific variation in susceptibility to grazing among common reef corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 422: 155-164.
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Environmental factors controlling the distribution of Symbiodinium harboured by the coral Acropora millepora on the Great Barrier Reef.

Cooper, TF, Berkelmans, R, Ulstrup, KE, Weeks, S, Radford, B, Jones, AM, Doyle, J, Canto, M, O’Leary, RA and van Oppen, MJH (2011). Environmental factors controlling the distribution of Symbiodinium harboured by the coral Acropora millepora on the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 6(10): e25536.
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Symbiodinium genotypic and environmental controls on lipids in reef building corals

Cooper, TF, Lai, M, Ulstrup, KE, Saunders, SM, Flematti, GR, Radford, B and van Oppen, MJH (2011). Symbiodinium genotypic and environmental controls on lipids in reef building corals. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20434.
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Niche specialization of reef-building corals in the mesophotic zone: metabolic trade-offs between divergent Symbiodinium types.

Cooper, TF, Ulstrup, KE, Dandan, SS, Heyward, AJ, Kuhl, M, Muirhead, A, O’Leary, RA, Ziersen, BEF and Van Oppen, MJH (2011). Niche specialization of reef-building corals in the mesophotic zone: metabolic trade-offs between divergent Symbiodinium types. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278(1713): 1840-1850.
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Coral reefs as drivers of cladogenesis: expanding coral reefs, cryptic extinction events, and the development of biodiversity hotspots.

Cowman, PF and Bellwood, DR (2011). Coral reefs as drivers of cladogenesis: expanding coral reefs, cryptic extinction events, and the development of biodiversity hotspots. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24(12): 2543-2562.
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Ocean acidification affects prey detection by a predatory reef fish.

Cripps, IL, Munday, PL and McCormick, MI (2011). Ocean acidification affects prey detection by a predatory reef fish. PLoS ONE 6(7): e22736.
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Design factors and socioeconomic variables associated with ecological responses to fishery closures in the Western Indian Ocean.

Daw, TM, Cinner, JE, McClanahan, TR, Graham, NAJ and Wilson, SK (2011). Design factors and socioeconomic variables associated with ecological responses to fishery closures in the Western Indian Ocean. Coastal Management 39(4): 412-424.
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Perceptions of trends in Seychelles artisanal trap fisheries: comparing catch monitoring, underwater visual census and fishers’ knowledge.

Daw, TM, Robinson, J and Graham, NAJ (2011). Perceptions of trends in Seychelles artisanal trap fisheries: comparing catch monitoring, underwater visual census and fishers’ knowledge. Environmental Conservation 38(1): 75-88.
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The status of routine fishery data collection in Southeast Asia, Central America, the South Pacific, and West Africa, with special reference to small-scale fisheries.

de Graaf, GJ, Grainger, RJR, Westlund, L, Willmann, R, Mills, D, Kelleher, K and Koranteng, K (2011). The status of routine fishery data collection in Southeast Asia, Central America, the South Pacific, and West Africa, with special reference to small-scale fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil 68(8): 1743-1750.
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High CO2 enhances the competitive strength of seaweeds over corals.

Diaz-Pulido, G, Gouezo, M, Tilbrook, B, Dove, S and Anthony, KRN (2011). High CO2 enhances the competitive strength of seaweeds over corals. Ecology Letters 14(2): 156-162.
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Quantifying relative diver effects in underwater visual censuses.

Dickens, LC, Goatley, CHR, Tanner, JK and Bellwood, DR (2011). Quantifying relative diver effects in underwater visual censuses. PLoS ONE 6(4): e18965.
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Ontogenetic changes in responses to settlement cues by anemonefish.

Dixson, D, Munday, P, Pratchett, M and Jones, G (2011). Ontogenetic changes in responses to settlement cues by anemonefish. Coral Reefs 30(4): 903-910.
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Terrestrial chemical cues help coral reef fish larvae locate settlement habitat surrounding islands.

Dixson, DL, Jones, GP, Munday, PL, Pratchett, MS, Srinivasan, M, Planes, S and Thorrold, SR (2011). Terrestrial chemical cues help coral reef fish larvae locate settlement habitat surrounding islands. Ecology and Evolution 1(4): 586-595.
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Acclimation to predicted ocean warming through developmental plasticity in a tropical reef fish.

Donelson, JM, Munday, PL, McCormick, MI and Nilsson, GE (2011). Acclimation to predicted ocean warming through developmental plasticity in a tropical reef fish. Global Change Biology 17(4): 1712-1719.
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Abundance and dominance become less predictable as species richness decreases

Dornelas, M, Phillip, DAT and Magurran, AE (2011). Abundance and dominance become less predictable as species richness decreases. Global Ecology and Biogeography 20(6): 832-841.
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Farmer gone fish’n? Swidden decline and the rise of grouper fishing on Palawan Island, the Philippines.

Dressler, WH and Fabinyi, M (2011). Farmer gone fish’n? Swidden decline and the rise of grouper fishing on Palawan Island, the Philippines. Journal of Agrarian Change 11(4): 536-555.
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How much time can herbivore protection buy for coral reefs under realistic regimes of hurricanes and coral bleaching?

Edwards, HJ, Elliott, IA, Eakin, CM, Irikawa, A, Madin, JS, McField, M, Morgan, JA, van Woesik, R and Mumby, PJ (2011). How much time can herbivore protection buy for coral reefs under realistic regimes of hurricanes and coral bleaching? Global Change Biology 17(6): 2033-2048.
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Effects of different disturbance types on butterflyfish communities of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

Emslie, M, Pratchett, M and Cheal, A (2011). Effects of different disturbance types on butterflyfish communities of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs 30(2): 461-471.
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Assessing the impact of fisheries co-management interventions in developing countries: a meta-analysis

Evans, L, Cherrett, N and Pemsl, D (2011). Assessing the impact of fisheries co-management interventions in developing countries: a meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Management 92(8): 1938-1949.
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Factors influencing adaptive marine governance in a developing country context: a case-study of southern Kenya

Evans, LS, Brown, K and Allison, EH (2011). Factors influencing adaptive marine governance in a developing country context: a case-study of southern Kenya. Ecology and Society 16(2): 21.
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“Teeth-anchorage”: sleeping behavior of a Red Sea filefish on a branching coral.

Eyal, G, Eyal-Shaham, L and Loya, Y (2011). “Teeth-anchorage”: sleeping behavior of a Red Sea filefish on a branching coral. Coral Reefs 30(3): 707.
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Policy and practice in the live reef fish for food trade: a case study from Palawan, Philippines

Fabinyi, M and Dalabajan, D (2011). Policy and practice in the live reef fish for food trade: a case study from Palawan, Philippines. Marine Policy 35(3): 371-378.
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Losers and winners in coral reefs acclimatized to elevated carbon dioxide concentrations

Fabricius, KE, Langdon, C, Uthicke, S, Humphrey, C, Noonan, S, De’ath, G, Okazaki, R, Muehllehner, N, Glas, MS and Lough, JM (2011). Losers and winners in coral reefs acclimatized to elevated carbon dioxide concentrations. Nature Climate Change 1(3): 165-169.
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Short-term coherency between gross primary production and community respiration in an algal-dominated reef flat.

Falter, J, Atkinson, M, Schar, D, Lowe, R and Monismith, S (2011). Short-term coherency between gross primary production and community respiration in an algal-dominated reef flat. Coral Reefs 30(1): 53-58.
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Effects of customary marine closures on fish behavior, spear-fishing success, and underwater visual surveys.