Publications by: Christopher J. Brown

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Jinks, Kristin I., Rasheed, Michael A., Brown, Christopher J., Olds, Andrew D., Schlacher, Thomas A., Sheaves, Marcus, York, Paul H., and Connolly, Rod M. (2020) Saltmarsh grass supports fishery food webs in subtropical Australian estuaries. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 238. 106719.

Hamilton, Richard J., Hughes, Alec, Brown, Christopher J., Leve, Tingo, and Kama, Warren (2019) Community-based management fails to halt declines of bumphead parrotfish and humphead wrasse in Roviana Lagoon, Solomon Islands. Coral Reefs, 38 (3). pp. 455-465.

Jinks, Kristin I., Brown, Christopher J., Rasheed, Michael A., Scott, Abigail L., Sheaves, Marcus, York, Paul H., and Connolly, Rod M. (2019) Habitat complexity influences the structure of food webs in Great Barrier Reef seagrass meadows. Ecosphere, 10 (11). e02928.

Brown, Christopher J., Jupiter, Stacy D., Albert, Simon, Anthony, Kenneth R.N., Hamilton, Richard J., Fredston-Hermann, Alexa, Halpern, Benjamin S., Lin, Hsien-Yung, Maina, Joseph, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Mumby, Peter J., Possingham, Hugh P., Saunders, Megan I., Tulloch, Vivitskaia J.D., Wenger, Amelia, and Klein, Carissa J. (2019) A guide to modelling priorities for managing land-based impacts on coastal ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology, 56 (5). pp. 1106-1116.

Stuart-Smith, Rick D., Brown, Christopher J., Ceccarelli, Daniela M., and Edgar, Graham J. (2018) Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching. Nature, 560. pp. 92-107.

Brown, Christopher J., and Hamilton, Richard J. (2018) Estimating the footprint of pollution on coral reefs with models of species turnover. Conservation Biology, 32 (4). pp. 949-958.

Bonebrake, Timothy C., Brown, Christopher J., Bell, Johann D., Blanchard, Julia L., Chauvenet, Alienor, Champion, Curtis, Chen, I-Ching, Clark, Timothy D., Colwell, Robert K., Danielsen, Finn, Dell, Anthony I., Donelson, Jennifer M., Evengård, Birgitta, Ferrier, Simon, Frusher, Stewart, Garcia, Raquel A., Griffis, Roger B., Hobday, Alistair J., Jarzyna, Marta A., Lee, Emma, Lenoir, Jonathan, Linnetved, Hlif, Martin, Victoria Y., McCormack, Phillipa C., McDonald, Jan, McDonald-Madden, Eve, Mitchell, Nicola, Mustonen, Tero, Pandolfi, John M., Pettorelli, Nathalie, Possingham, Hugh, Pulsifer, Peter, Reynolds, Mark, Scheffers, Brett R., Sorte, Cascde J.B., Strugnell, Jan M., Tuanmu, Mao-Ning, Twiname, Samantha, Vergés, Adriana, Villanueva, Cecilia, Wapstra, Erik, Wernberg, Thomas, and Pecl, Gretta T. (2018) Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science. Biological Reviews, 93 (1). pp. 284-305.

Brown, Christopher J., Jupiter, Stacy D., Albert, Simon, Klein, Carissa J., Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Maina, Joseph M., Mumby, Peter, Olley, Jon, Stewart-Koster, Ben, Tulloch, Vivitskaia, and Wenger, Amelia (2017) Tracing the influence of land-use change on water quality and coral reefs using a Bayesian model. Scientific Reports, 7. 4740.

Hamilton, Richard J., Almany, Glenn R., Brown, Christopher J., Pita, John, Peterson, Nathan A., and Choat, J. Howard (2017) Logging degrades nursery habitat for an iconic coral reef fish. Biological Conservation, 210 (Part A). pp. 273-280.

Fredston-Hermann, Alexa, Brown, Christopher J., Albert, Simon, Klein, Carissa J., Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Nelson, Joanna L., Teneva, Lida, Wenger, Amelia, Gaines, Steven D., and Halpern, Benjamin S. (2016) Where does river runoff matter for coastal marine conservation? Frontiers in Marine Science, 3. 273. pp. 1-10.

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