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2014Beyond long-term averages: making biological sense of a rapidly changing worldHelmuth, B.; Russell, B.; Connell, S.; Dong, Y.; Harley, C.; Lima, F.; Sará, G.; Williams, G.; Mieszkowska, N.
2016Future climate stimulates population out-breaks by relaxing constraints on reproductionHeldt, K.; Connell, S.; Anderson, K.; Russell, B.; Munguia, P.
2016A test of metabolic and consumptive responses to local and global perturbations: enhanced resources stimulate herbivores to counter expansion of weedy speciesMcSkimming, C.; Russell, B.; Tanner, J.; Connell, S.; 10th International Temperate Reefs Symposium (12 Jan 2014 - 17 Jan 2014 : Perth, W.A.)
2017The sounds of silence: regime shifts impoverish marine soundscapesRossi, T.; Connell, S.; Nagelkerken, I.
2013Temperate shelf water dispersal by Australian boundary currents: implications for population connectivityColeman, M.; Feng, M.; Roughan, M.; Cetina-Heredia, P.; Connell, S.
1999Depth and the structure of assemblages of demersal fish: experimental trawling along a temperate coastConnell, S.; Lincoln-Smith, M.
2002Interactive effects of sedimentation and microtopography on the abundance of subtidal turf-forming algaeIrving, A.; Connell, S.
2001Limited infaunal response to experimental trawling in previously untrawled areasDrabsch, S.; Tanner, J.; Connell, S.
2002Opposing states of subtidal habitat across temperate Australia: consistency and predictability in kelp canopy-benthic associationsFowler-Walker, M.; Connell, S.
2002Can habitat loss be treated independently of habitat configuration? Implications for rare and common taxa in fragmented landscapesGoodsell, P.; Connell, S.