Publications by: Kevin R. Bairos-Novak

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Lang, Bethan J., Donelson, Jennifer M., Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Wheeler, Carolyn R., Caballes, Ciemon F., Uthicke, Sven, and Pratchett, Morgan S. (2023) Impacts of ocean warming on echinoderms: A meta‐analysis. Ecology and Evolution, 13 (8). e10307.

Ivimey-Cook, Edward R., Pick, Joel L., Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Culina, Antica, Gould, Elliot, Grainger, Matthew, Marshall, Benjamin M., Moreau, David, Paquet, Matthieu, Royauté, Raphaël, Sánchez-Tójar, Alfredo, Silva, Inês, and Windecker, Saras M. (2023) Implementing code review in the scientific workflow: Insights from ecology and evolutionary biology. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 36 (10). pp. 1347-1356.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R. (2023) Demographic and evolutionary responses of reef-building corals to climate change. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Crane, Adam L., Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Goldman, Jack A., and Brown, Grant E. (2022) Chemical disturbance cues in aquatic systems: a review and prospectus. Ecological Monographs, 92 (1). e01487.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Hoogenboom, Mia O., van Oppen, Madeleine J., and Connolly, Sean (2021) Coral adaptation to climate change: meta-analysis reveals high heritability across multiple traits. Global Change Biology, 27 (22). pp. 5694-5710.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Crane, Adam L., Achtymichuk, Gabrielle H., Hsin, Jonathan, Rivera-Hernandez, Ita A. E., Simko, Olena M., Wrynn, Theresa E., Chivers, Douglas P., and Ferrari, Maud C. O. (2020) Forget the audience: tadpoles release similar disturbance cues regardless of kinship or familiarity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74. 147.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Crane, Adam L., Chivers, Douglas P., and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2019) Better the devil you know? How familiarity and kinship affect prey responses to disturbance cues. Behavioral Ecology, 30 (2). pp. 446-454.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Ferrari, Maud C.O., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2019) A novel alarm signal in aquatic prey: familiar minnows coordinate group defences against predators through chemical disturbance cues. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88 (9). pp. 1281-1290.

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