Publications

Google Scholar profile

Coral identity and structural complexity drive habitat associations and demographic processes for an increasingly important Caribbean herbivore
Dunn, Altieri, Miller, Yeager & Hovel (2017)
Marine Ecology Progress Series 577: 33-47

Interactive effects of predator and prey harvest on ecological resilience of rocky reefs
Dunn, Baskett & Hovel (2017)
Ecological Applications 27(6): 1718-1730

Tool use by a temperate wrasse, California sheephead Semicossyphus pulcher
Dunn (2015)
Journal of Fish Biology 88(2): 805-810

Oyster-sponge interactions and bioerosion of reef-building substrate materials: implications for oyster restoration
Dunn, Eggleston & Lindquist (2014)
Journal of Shellfish Research 33(3): 727-738

Effects of substrate type on demographic rates of eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica)
Dunn, Eggleston & Lindquist (2014)
Journal of Shellfish Research 33(1): 177-185

Nesting habitat creation enhances recruitment in a predator-free environment: Malaclemys nesting at the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project
Roosenburg, Spontak, Sullivan, Matthews, Heckman, Trimbath, Dunn, Dustman, Smith & Graham (2014)
Restoration Ecology 22(6): 815-823

 

Other manuscripts

Functional response, aggregation, and size-structured predation: testing alternative potential mechanisms for top-down control of sea urchins on rocky reefs
Dunn & Hovel (in prep)

Sympatric Caribbean sea urchins exhibit contrasting behavioral responses to predatory risk cues
Dunn, Altieri, Miller, Yeager & Hovel (in prep)

The world as an oyster: a review of settlement and habitat selection cues for eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica)
Dunn & Lillis (in prep)

Oyster demographics and Cliona boring sponge on potential reef building substrates-implications for oyster restoration
Dunn 2014 MS Thesis
North Carolina State University Digital Thesis Archive

Terrapin monitoring at the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project at Poplar Island
Roosenburg, Dunn & Smeenk 2009
Final Report submitted to US Army Corps of Engineers Terrapins at Poplar Island 2009

Despite strong preferences for mussels, sheephead predation on oysters in clumps is not enhanced by cohabiting mussels
Dunn 2009 Honors Thesis
University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill

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