Cody Clements
Cody Clements
Postdoctoral Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology
Verified email at gatech.edu
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Effects of small, Fijian community-based marine protected areas on exploited reef fishes
C Clements, V Bonito, R Grober-Dunsmore, M Sobey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 449, 233-243, 2012
322012
Spatial and temporal limits of coral-macroalgal competition: the negative impacts of macroalgal density, proximity, and history of contact
CS Clements, DB Rasher, AS Hoey, VE Bonito, ME Hay
Marine ecology progress series 586, 11-20, 2018
302018
Competitors as accomplices: seaweed competitors hide corals from predatory sea stars
CS Clements, ME Hay
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1814), 20150714, 2015
232015
Biodiversity enhances coral growth, tissue survivorship and suppression of macroalgae
CS Clements, ME Hay
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (2), 178-182, 2019
162019
Size matters: Predator outbreaks threaten foundation species in small Marine Protected Areas
CS Clements, ME Hay
PLoS One 12 (2), e0171569, 2017
162017
Intergenerational effects of macroalgae on a reef coral: major declines in larval survival but subtle changes in microbiomes
DS Beatty, CS Clements, FJ Stewart, ME Hay
Marine ecology progress series 589, 97-114, 2018
152018
Parrotfish predation drives distinct microbial communities in reef-building corals
L Ezzat, T Lamy, RL Maher, KS Munsterman, KM Landfield, ...
Animal Microbiome 2 (1), 5, 2020
102020
Overlooked coral predators suppress foundation species as reefs degrade
CS Clements, ME Hay
Ecological Applications 28 (7), 1673-1682, 2018
92018
Variable effects of local management on coral defenses against a thermally regulated bleaching pathogen
DS Beatty, JM Valayil, CS Clements, KB Ritchie, FJ Stewart, ME Hay
Science advances 5 (10), eaay1048, 2019
52019
Seaweed-coral competition in the field: effects on coral growth, photosynthesis and microbiomes require direct contact
CS Clements, AS Burns, FJ Stewart, ME Hay
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1927), 20200366, 2020
32020
Thermal stress interacts with surgeonfish feces to increase coral susceptibility to dysbiosis and reduce tissue regeneration
L Ezzat, S Merolla, CS Clements, KS Munsterman, K Landfield, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 12, 2021
2021
Parasite-host ecology: the limited impacts of an intimate enemy on host microbiomes
CS Clements, AS Burns, FJ Stewart, ME Hay
Animal Microbiome 2 (1), 1-13, 2020
2020
Ticking off the reef: Overlooked'coral tick'predators threaten vulnerable corals.
C Clements, L Ezzat
Wildlife Australia 56 (1), 32-35, 2019
2019
Predation, competition, and facilitation on tropical reefs: implications for corals as reefs degrade
CS Clements
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017
2017
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