Craig Johnson
Craig Johnson
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Why do juvenile fish utilise mangrove habitats?
P Laegdsgaard, C Johnson
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 257 (2), 229-253, 2001
6112001
Climate change cascades: Shifts in oceanography, species' ranges and subtidal marine community dynamics in eastern Tasmania
CR Johnson, SC Banks, NS Barrett, F Cazassus, PK Dunstan, GJ Edgar, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1), 17-32, 2011
5322011
Overfishing reduces resilience of kelp beds to climate-driven catastrophic phase shift
SD Ling, CR Johnson, SD Frusher, KR Ridgway
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (52), 22341-22345, 2009
4832009
Status and management of world sea urchin fisheries
N Andrew, Y Agatsuma, E Ballesteros, A Bazhin, E Creaser, D Barnes, ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology-an Annual Review 40, 343-425, 2003
3842003
Effect of complexity on marine ecosystem models
EA Fulton, ADM Smith, CR Johnson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 253, 1-16, 2003
3452003
Climate‐driven range extension of a sea urchin: inferring future trends by analysis of recent population dynamics
SD Ling, CR Johnson, K Ridgway, AJ Hobday, M Haddon
Global Change Biology 15 (3), 719-731, 2009
3362009
Global regime shift dynamics of catastrophic sea urchin overgrazing
SD Ling, RE Scheibling, A Rassweiler, CR Johnson, N Shears, ...
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 370 (1659), 20130269, 2015
2992015
Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century
KA Krumhansl, DK Okamoto, A Rassweiler, M Novak, JJ Bolton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13785-13790, 2016
2762016
Mangrove habitats as nurseries: unique assemblages of juvenile fish in subtropical mangroves in eastern Australia
P Laegdsgaard, CR Johnson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 126 (1-3), 67-81, 1995
2751995
SPATIALLY AND TEMPORALLY PREDICTABLE FISHCOMMUNITIES ON CORAL REEFS
TR Ault, CR Johnson
Ecological Monographs 68 (1), 25-50, 1998
2361998
Disturbance and organization of macroalgal assemblages in the Northwest Atlantic
ARO Chapman, CR Johnson
Hydrobiologia 192 (1), 77-121, 1990
2361990
Diversity, patterns of adaptation, and stability of Nova Scotian kelp beds
CR Johnson, KH Mann
Ecological Monographs 58 (2), 129-154, 1988
2091988
Biogeochemical marine ecosystem models II: the effect of physiological detail on model performance
EA Fulton, JS Parslow, ADM Smith, CR Johnson
Ecological modelling 173 (4), 371-406, 2004
1942004
Establishment of the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida in Tasmania depends on disturbance to native algal assemblages
JP Valentine, CR Johnson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 295 (1), 63-90, 2003
1772003
The ‘Great Southern Reef’: social, ecological and economic value of Australia’s neglected kelp forests
S Bennett, T Wernberg, SD Connell, AJ Hobday, CR Johnson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (1), 47-56, 2016
1752016
Spatio-temporal variation in coral recruitment at different scales on Heron Reef, southern Great Barrier Reef
PK Dunstan, CR Johnson
Coral Reefs 17 (1), 71-81, 1998
1701998
The crustose coralline alga, Phymatolithon Foslie, inhibits the overgrowth of seaweeds without relying on herbivores
CR Johnson, KH Mann
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 96 (2), 127-146, 1986
1701986
Monitoring of benthic reference sites: using an autonomous underwater vehicle
SB Williams, OR Pizarro, MV Jakuba, CR Johnson, NS Barrett, ...
IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine 19 (1), 73-84, 2012
1632012
Bacteria on the surface of crustose coralline algae induce metamorphosis of the crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster planci
CR Johnson, DC Sutton
Marine Biology 120 (2), 305-310, 1994
1481994
Alternative stable states and phase shifts in coral reefs under anthropogenic stress
T Fung, RM Seymour, CR Johnson
Ecology 92 (4), 967-982, 2011
1472011
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