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BioScience, ISSN 0006-3568, 11/2016, Volume 66, Issue 11, pp. 938 - 948
Climate-driven changes are altering production and functioning of biotic assemblages in terrestrial and aquatic environments. In temperate coastal waters,... 
Overview Articles | Megagrazers | Fish | Herbivores | Invertebrates | Ecosystem function | Tropicalization | HERBIVORY | BED | COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS | ecosystem function | WESTERN-AUSTRALIA | CLIMATE-CHANGE | PARROTFISH SPARISOMA-RADIANS | RANGE EXTENSION | SEA | IMPACT | herbivores | fish | BIOLOGY | FISHES | invertebrates | megagrazers | Environmental aspects | Seagrasses | Tropics | Overview
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Diversity and Distributions, ISSN 1366-9516, 12/2016, Volume 22, Issue 11/12, pp. 1328 - 1341
Aim: Disturbance and connectivity shape the structure and spatial distribution of animal populations in all ecosystems, but the combined effects of these... 
BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH | coastal management | disturbance | surf zones | estuaries | landscape ecology | SURF-ZONE FISH | SANDY BEACH | COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | CONSERVATION | NEW-JERSEY | HABITAT | ECOLOGY | SHARK-LIKE BATOIDS | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | MARINE | ECOSYSTEMS | SEASCAPE CONNECTIVITY | Wilderness areas | Ecosystems | Analysis | Fishes | Estuaries | Urbanization | Fishing | Fish | Connectivity
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 5/2013, Volume 482, pp. 227 - 240
The functional role of macroalgae-consuming fishes is particularly important in coral reefs, as they can mediate the recovery of degraded systems when... 
Naso unicornis | Group feeding | Macroalgae | Kyphosus bigibbus | Herbivory | Ningaloo Reef | Kyphosus vaigiensis | LONG-TERM | RESILIENCE | COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | PHASE-SHIFTS | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | OCEANOGRAPHY | SPECIES RICHNESS | DEGRADATION | ECOLOGY | DIVERSITY | HOME-RANGE SIZE | REGION-WIDE DECLINES | HABITAT UTILIZATION
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Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, ISSN 0272-7714, 08/2019, Volume 224, pp. 272 - 280
Food webs on ocean-exposed sandy beaches are almost entirely underpinned by trophic subsidies from the sea. Ghost crabs (Ocypode spp.), which are highly mobile... 
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Marine Ecology Progress Series, ISSN 0171-8630, 1/2012, Volume 445, pp. 97 - 107
Movement of organic material across ecosystem boundaries can be critical for subsidizing production in recipient systems, particularly in systems with low... 
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