Sean Connell
Sean Connell
Professor, Marine Biology and Ecology, University of Adelaide
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Observations in ecology: you can’t make progress on processes without understanding the patterns
AJ Underwood, MG Chapman, SD Connell
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 250 (1-2), 97-115, 2000
Nonindigenous biota on artificial structures: could habitat creation facilitate biological invasions?
TM Glasby, SD Connell, MG Holloway, CL Hewitt
Marine biology 151 (3), 887-895, 2007
Impacts of climate change in a global hotspot for temperate marine biodiversity and ocean warming
T Wernberg, BD Russell, PJ Moore, SD Ling, DA Smale, A Campbell, ...
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 400 (1-2), 7-16, 2011
The direct effects of increasing CO2 and temperature on non-calcifying organisms: increasing the potential for phase shifts in kelp forests
SD Connell, BD Russell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1686), 1409-1415, 2010
Recovering a lost baseline: missing kelp forests from a metropolitan coast
SD Connell, BD Russell, D Turner, A Shepherd, T Kildea, D Miller, ...
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 360, 63-72, 2008
The influence of habitat complexity on postrecruitment processes in a temperate reef fish population
SD Connell, GP Jones
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 151 (2), 271-294, 1991
Do urban structures influence local abundance and diversity of subtidal epibiota? A case study from Sydney Harbour, Australia
SD Connell, TM Glasby
Marine Environmental Research 47 (4), 373-387, 1999
Seaweed communities in retreat from ocean warming
T Wernberg, BD Russell, MS Thomsen, CFD Gurgel, CJA Bradshaw, ...
Current biology 21 (21), 1828-1832, 2011
Synergistic effects of climate change and local stressors: CO2 and nutrient‐driven change in subtidal rocky habitats
BD Russell, JAI Thompson, LJ Falkenberg, SD Connell
Global Change Biology 15 (9), 2153-2162, 2009
Global regime shift dynamics of catastrophic sea urchin overgrazing
SD Ling, RE Scheibling, A Rassweiler, CR Johnson, N Shears, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370†…, 2015
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
Orientation and position of substrata have large effects on epibiotic assemblages
TM Glasby, SD Connell
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 214 (26), 127-135, 2001
Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theory
B Gaylord, KJ Kroeker, JM Sunday, KM Anderson, JP Barry, NE Brown, ...
Ecology 96, 3-15, 2015
Expansive covers of turf-forming algae on human-dominated coast: the relative effects of increasing nutrient and sediment loads
SK Gorgula, SD Connell
Marine Biology 145 (3), 613-619, 2004
Urban structures as marine habitats: an experimental comparison of the composition and abundance of subtidal epibiota among pilings, pontoons and rocky reefs
SD Connell
Marine Environmental Research 52 (2), 115-125, 2001
Urban structures as marine habitats
TM Glasby, SD Connell
Ambio 28 (7), 595-598, 1999
The other ocean acidification problem: CO2 as a resource among competitors for ecosystem dominance
SD Connell, KJ Kroeker, KE Fabricius, DI Kline, BD Russell
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368†…, 2013
Relationships between taxonomic resolution and spatial scales of multivariate variation
MJ Anderson, SD Connell, BM Gillanders, CE Diebel, WM Blom, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (4), 636-646, 2005
Global alteration of ocean ecosystem functioning due to increasing human CO2 emissions
I Nagelkerken, SD Connell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (43), 13272-13277, 2015
Sedimentation and light penetration interact to maintain heterogeneity of subtidal habitats: algal versus invertebrate dominated assemblages
AD Irving, SD Connell
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 245, 83-91, 2002
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