Publications by: Karen M. Chong-Seng

Also publishes as (K.M. Chong-Seng, K. Chong-Seng, Karen Michelle Chong-Seng, Karen Chong-Seng)

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Fulton, Christopher J., Berkstrom, Charlotte, Wilson, Shaun K., Abesamis, Rene, Bradley, Michael, Åkerlund, Carolina, Barrett, Luke T., Bucol, Abner A., Chacin, Dinorah H., Chong-Seng, Karen M., Coker, Darren J., Depczynski, Martial, Eggertsen, Linda, Eggertsen, Maria, Ellis, David, Evans, Richard D., Graham, Nicholas A.J., Hoey, Andrew S., Holmes, Thomas H., Kulbicki, Michel, Leung, Priscilla T.Y., Lam, Paul K. S., van Lier, Joshua, Matis, Paloma A., Noble, Mae M., Perez-Matus, Alejandro, Piggott, Camilla, Radford, Ben T., Tano, Stina, and Tinkler, Paul (2020) Macroalgal meadow habitats support fish and fisheries in diverse tropical seascapes. Fish and Fisheries, 21 (4). pp. 700-717.

Wilson, Shaun K., Robinson, James P.W., Chong-Seng, Karen, Robinson, Jan, and Graham, Nicholas A.J. (2019) Boom and bust of keystone structure on coral reefs. Coral Reefs, 38. pp. 625-635.

Dajka, Jan-Claas, Wilson, Shaun K., Robinson, James P.W., Chong-Seng, Karen M., Harris, Alasdair, and Graham, Nicholas A.J. (2019) Uncovering drivers of juvenile coral density following mass bleaching. Coral Reefs, 38 (4). pp. 637-649.

Nicolet, K.J., Chong-Seng, K.M., Pratchett, M.S., Willis, B.L., and Hoogenboom, M.O. (2018) Predation scars may influence host susceptibility to pathogens: evaluating the role of corallivores as vectors of coral disease. Scientific Reports, 8. 5258.

Messmer, Vanessa, Pratchett, Morgan, and Chong-Seng, Karen (2017) Variation in incidence and severity of injuries among crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster cf. solaris) on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Diversity, 9 (1).

MacNeil, M. Aaron, Chong-Seng, Karen M., Pratchett, Deborah J., Thompson, Cassandra A., Messmer, Vanessa, and Pratchett, Morgan S. (2017) Age and growth of an outbreaking Acanthaster cf. solaris population within the Great Barrier Reef. Diversity, 9 (1). 18.

Graham, Nicholas A.J., Chong-Seng, Karen M., Huchery, Cindy, Januchowski-Hartley, Fraser A., and Nash, Kirsty L. (2014) Coral reef community composition in the context of disturbance history on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. PLoS ONE, 9 (7). e101204. pp. 1-12.

Chong-Seng, K.M., Graham, N.A.J., and Pratchett, M.S. (2014) Bottlenecks to coral recovery in the Seychelles. Coral Reefs, 33 (2). pp. 449-461.

Chong-Seng, K.M., Nash, K.L., Bellwood, D.R., and Graham, N.A.J. (2014) Macroalgal herbivory on recovering versus degrading coral reefs. Coral Reefs, 33 (2). pp. 409-419.

Chong-Seng, Karen Michelle (2014) Ecological structure and processes on disturbed coral reefs. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Pratchett, Morgan S., Chong-Seng, Karen M., Feary, David A., Hoey, Andrew S., Fulton, Christopher J., Nowicki, Jessica P., Dewan, Adam K., Walker, Stefan P.W., and Berumen, Michael L. (2014) Butterflyfishes as a model group for reef fish ecology: important and emerging research topics. In: Pratchett , Morgan S., Berumen , Michael L., and Kapoor , B.G., (eds.) Biology of Butterflyfishes. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA, pp. 310-333.

Chong-Seng, Karen M., Mannering, Thomas D., Pratchett, Morgan S., Bellwood, David R., and Graham, Nicholas A.J. (2012) The influence of coral reef benthic condition on associated fish assemblages. PLoS ONE, 7 (8). e42167. pp. 1-10.

Wilson, Shaun K., Graham, Nicholas, Fisher, Rebecca, Robinson, Jan, Nash, Kirsty, Chong-Seng, Karen, Polunin, Nicholas V.C., Aumeeruddy, Riaz, and Quatre, Rodney (2012) Effect of macroalgal expansion and marine protected areas on coral recovery following a climatic disturbance. Conservation Biology, 26 (6). pp. 995-1004.

Pratchett, M.S., Trapon, M., Berumen, M.L., and Chong-Seng, K. (2011) Recent disturbances augment community shifts in coral assemblages in Moorea, French Polynesia. Coral Reefs, 30 (1). pp. 183-193.

Cole, Andrew J, Chong-Seng, Karen, Pratchett, Morgan S., and Jones, Geoffrey P. (2009) Coral-feeding fishes slow progression of black-band disease. Coral Reefs, 28 (4). p. 965.

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