Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs
Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs

Ecology of Fishes on Coral Reefs

by Camilo Mora (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9781107089181
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 04/23/2015
Pages: 388
Sales rank: 922,641
Product dimensions: 8.62(w) x 10.87(h) x 0.91(d)

About the Author

Camilo Mora is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. He is a reef fish ecologist with broad expertise in the analysis of large-scale patterns of diversity, processes and threats to coral reefs. His approach to research involves large-scale (at times global) assessment of ecological problems.

Table of Contents

List of contributors; Foreword Peter F. Sale; Preface; Part I. Ecology of Reef Fishes: 1. Sensory biology and navigation behavior of reef fish larvae Jelle Atema, Gabriele Gerlach and Claire B. Paris; 2. Mission impossible: unlocking the secrets of coral reef fish dispersal Geoffrey P. Jones; 3. Recruitment of coral reef fishes: linkages across stages Su Sponaugle; 4. Competition in reef fishes Graham E. Forrester; 5. Predation: piscivory and the ecology of coral reef fishes Mark A. Hixon; Part II. Patterns and Processes in Reef Fishes: 6. The evolution of fishes on coral reefs: fossils, phylogenies and functions David R. Bellwood, Christopher H. R. Goatley, Peter F. Cowman and Orpha Bellwood; 7. Phylogeography of coral reef fishes Jeff A. Eble, Brian W. Bowen and Giacomo Bernardi; 8. How many coral reef fish species are there? Cryptic diversity and the new molecular taxonomy Benjamin C. Victor; 9. Large scale patterns and processes in reef fish richness Camilo Mora; 10. Patterns and processes in geographic range size in coral reef fishes Benjamin I. Ruttenberg and Sarah E. Lester; 11. Patterns and processes in reef fish body size Michel Kulbicki, Valeriano Parravicini and David Mouillot; 12. Multi-scale patterns and processes in reef fish abundance M. Aaron MacNeil and Sean R. Connolly; Part III. Human Fingerprints on Reef Fishes: 13. Effects of climate change on coral reef fishes Morgan S. Pratchett, Shaun K. Wilson and Philip L. Munday; 14. Effects of fishing on the fishes and habitat of coral reefs Edward E. DeMartini and Jennifer E. Smith; 15. Effects of sedimentation, eutrophication and chemical pollution on coral reef fishes Amelia S. Wenger, Katharina E. Fabricius, Geoffrey P. Jones and Jon E. Brodie; 16. Impacts of invasive species on coral reef fishes Isabelle M. Côté and John F. Bruno; 17. Cashing in on coral reefs: the implications of exporting reef fishes Yvonne Sadovy de Mitcheson and Xueying Yin; Part IV. Conservation of Reef Fishes: 18. Resilience in reef fish communities Tim McClanahan; 19. Phase shifts and coral reef fishes Nicholas A. J. Graham; 20. Extinction risk in reef fishes Loren McClenachan; 21. A perspective on the management of coral reef fisheries Alan M. Friedlander; 22. Linkages between social systems and coral reefs Joshua E. Cinner and John N. Kittinger; Part V. Debates, Paradigm Shifts, Relevant Hypotheses: 23. Is dispersal of larval reef fishes passive? Jeffrey M. Leis; 24. Density dependence and independence and the population dynamics of coral reef fishes Nick Tolimieri; 25. Equilibrial versus non-equilibrial dynamics in coral reef fishes Mark A. Steele; 26. Cryptic density dependence: integrating supply side ecology with population regulation Jeffrey S. Shima and Craig W. Osenberg; 27. Priority effects Myra J. Shulman; 28. Inverted trophic pyramids Stuart A. Sandin and Brian J. Zgliczynski; 29. Shifting baselines in coral reef fishes Enric Sala; 30. Pluralism explains diversity in the Coral Triangle Paul H. Barber and Christopher P. Meyer; 31. Reef fish biogeographical regions John C. Briggs; 32. Size and sex change Robert R. Warner; 33. Quantifying reef fishes: bias in observational approaches Paolo Usseglio; 34. Seascape ecology of fishes on coral reefs Simon J. Pittman and Andrew D. Olds; 35. The future for coral reef fishes Peter F. Sale; 36. Perpetual struggle for conservation in a crowded world and the needed paradigm shift for easing ultimate burdens Camilo Mora; References; Index.

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