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2018
Williams GJ, Sandin SA, Zgliczynski B.J, Fox M.D, Gove JM, Rogers J.S, Furby KA, Hartmann A.C, Caldwell Z.R, Price N.N et al..  2018.  Biophysical drivers of coral trophic depth zonation. Marine Biology. 165
Maire E., Villeger S., Graham N.AJ, Hoey A.S, Cinner J., Ferse S.CA, Aliaume C., Booth D.J, Feary D.A, Kulbicki M. et al..  2018.  Community-wide scan identifies fish species associated with coral reef services across the Indo-Pacific. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 285
Ruttenberg B., Caselle JE, Estep A.J, Johnson A.E, Marhaver KL, Richter L.J, Sandin SA, Vermeij MJA, Smith JE, Grenda D. et al..  2018.  Ecological assessment of the marine ecosystems of Barbuda, West Indies: Using rapid scientific assessment to inform ocean zoning and fisheries management. Plos One. 13
Cinner J.E, Maire E., Huchery C., MacNeil M.A, Graham N.AJ, Mora C., Barnes M.L, Kittinger J.N, Hicks C.C, D'Agata S. et al..  2018.  Gravity of human impacts mediates coral reef conservation gains. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 115:E6116-E6125.
Wood C.L, Zgliczynski B.J, Haupt A.J, Guerra A.S, Micheli F., Sandin SA.  2018.  Human impacts decouple a fundamental ecological relationship-The positive association between host diversity and parasite diversity. Global Change Biology. 24:3666-3679.
McCauley D.J, Gellner G., Martinez N.D, Williams R.J, Sandin SA, Micheli F., Mumby P.J, McCann K.S.  2018.  On the prevalence and dynamics of inverted trophic pyramids and otherwise top-heavy communities. Ecology Letters. 21:439-454.
2014
Wood C.L, Sandin SA, Zgliczynski B., Guerra A.S, Micheli F..  2014.  Fishing drives declines in fish parasite diversity and has variable effects on parasite abundance. Ecology. 95:1929-1946.
Edwards C.B, Friedlander A.M, Green A.G, Hardt M.J, Sala E, Sweatman H.P, Williams I.D, Zgliczynski B., Sandin SA, 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
Wolkovich E.M, Allesina S., Cottingham K.L, Moore J.C, Sandin SA, de Mazancourt C..  2014.  Linking the green and brown worlds: the prevalence and effect of multichannel feeding in food webs. Ecology. 95:3376-3386.
Kelly LW, Williams GJ, Barott KL, Carlson CA, Dinsdale E.A, Edwards R.A, Haas AF, Haynes M., Lim Y.W, McDole T. et al..  2014.  Local genomic adaptation of coral reef-associated microbiomes to gradients of natural variability and anthropogenic stressors. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111:10227-10232.
Freeman S.E, Rohwer F.L, D'Spain G.L, Friedlander A.M, Gregg A.K, Sandin SA, Buckingham MJ.  2014.  The origins of ambient biological sound from coral reef ecosystems in the Line Islands archipelago. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135:1775-1788.
Hamilton S.L, Smith JE, Price N.N, Sandin SA.  2014.  Quantifying patterns of fish herbivory on Palmyra Atoll (USA), an uninhabited predator-dominated central Pacific coral reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 501:141-155.
Lim Y.W, Cuevas D.A, Silva G.GZ, Aguinaldo K., Dinsdale E.A, Haas AF, Hatay M., Sanchez S.E, Wegley-Kelly L., Dutilh B.E et al..  2014.  Sequencing at sea: challenges and experiences in Ion Torrent PGM sequencing during the 2013 Southern Line Islands Research Expedition. Peerj. 2
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