An ecosystem ecology perspective on artificial reef production
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY.
By: C. Layman & J. Allgeier
2019 journal article
Effects of predator presence and habitat complexity on reef fish communities in The Bahamas
MARINE BIOLOGY, 166(10).
By: E. Hensel, J. Allgeier & C. Layman
Fish community structure, habitat complexity, and soundscape characteristics of patch reefs in a tropical, back-reef system
MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 609, 33–48.
By: R. Lyon, D. Eggleston, D. Bohnenstiehl, C. Layman, S. Ricci & J. Allgeier
2015 journal article
Biogeochemical implications of biodiversity and community structure across multiple coastal ecosystems
Ecological Monographs, 85(1), 117–132.
By: J. Allgeier, C. Layman, P. Mumby & A. Rosemond
Hot moments in spawning aggregations: implications for ecosystem-scale nutrient cycling
Coral Reefs, 34(1), 19–23.
By: S. Archer, J. Allgeier, B. Semmens, S. Heppell, C. Pattengill-Semmens, A. Rosemond, P. Bush, C. McCoy, B. Johnson, C. Layman
2014 journal article
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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