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2016Lost at sea: ocean acidification undermines larval fish orientation via altered hearing and marine soundscape modificationRossi, T.; Nagelkerken, I.; Pistevos, J.; Connell, S.
2016Silent oceans: ocean acidification impoverishes natural soundscapes by altering sound production of the world’s noisiest marine invertebrateRossi, T.; Connell, S.; Nagelkerken, I.
2015Human effects on ecological connectivity in aquatic ecosystems: integrating scientific approaches to support management and mitigationCrook, D.; Lowe, W.; Allendorf, F.; Eros, T.; Finn, D.; Gillanders, B.; Hadwen, W.; Harrod, C.; Hermoso, V.; Jennings, S.; Kilada, R.; Nagelkerken, I.; Hansen, M.; Page, T.; Riginos, C.; Fry, B.; Hughes, J.
2015True Value of Estuarine and Coastal Nurseries for Fish: Incorporating Complexity and DynamicsSheaves, M.; Baker, R.; Nagelkerken, I.; Connolly, R.
2018Ecological complexity buffers the impacts of future climate on marine consumersGoldenberg, S.; Nagelkerken, I.; Marangon, E.; Bonnet, A.; Ferreira, C.; Connell, S.
2016Animal behaviour shapes the ecological effects of ocean acidification and warming: moving from individual to community-level responsesNagelkerken, I.; Munday, P.
2013Orientation from open water to settlement habitats by coral reef fish: Behavioral flexibility in the use of multiple reliable cuesIgulu, M.; Nagelkerken, I.; van der Beek, M.; Schippers, M.; van Eck, R.; Mgaya, Y.
2015Fish movement from nursery bays to coral reefs: a matter of size?Huijbers, C.; Nagelkerken, I.; Layman, C.
2015Mangroves enhance reef fish abundance at the Caribbean regional scaleSerafy, J.; Shideler, G.; Araújo, R.; Nagelkerken, I.
2018The duality of ocean acidification as a resource and a stressorConnell, S.; Doubleday, Z.; Foster, N.; Hamlyn, S.; Harley, C.; Helmuth, B.; Kelaher, B.; Nagelkerken, I.; Rodgers, K.; Sarà, G.; Russell, B.