Simon J Brandl
Simon J Brandl
University of Perpignan
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Diet and cross-shelf distribution of rabbitfishes (f. Siganidae) on the northern Great Barrier Reef: implications for ecosystem function
AS Hoey, SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 32 (4), 973-984, 2013
Individual‐based analyses reveal limited functional overlap in a coral reef fish community
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (3), 661-670, 2014
Fifty million years of herbivory on coral reefs: fossils, fish and functional innovations
DR Bellwood, CHR Goatley, SJ Brandl, O Bellwood
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1781), 20133046, 2014
Exploring the nature of ecological specialization in a coral reef fish community: morphology, diet and foraging microhabitat use
SJ Brandl, WD Robbins, DR Bellwood
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1815), 20151147, 2015
The hidden half: ecology and evolution of cryptobenthic fishes on coral reefs
SJ Brandl, CHR Goatley, DR Bellwood, L Tornabene
Biological Reviews 93 (4), 1846-1873, 2018
The meaning of the term ‘function’in ecology: a coral reef perspective
DR Bellwood, RP Streit, SJ Brandl, SB Tebbett
Functional Ecology, 2019
Micro-topography mediates interactions between corals, algae, and herbivorous fishes on coral reefs
SJ Brandl, AS Hoey, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 33 (2), 421-430, 2014
Coordinated vigilance provides evidence for direct reciprocity in coral reef fishes
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Scientific reports 5, 14556, 2015
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 52, 1-80, 2014
A test of trophic cascade theory: fish and benthic assemblages across a predator density gradient on coral reefs
JM Casey, AH Baird, SJ Brandl, MO Hoogenboom, JR Rizzari, AJ Frisch, ...
Oecologia 183 (1), 161-175, 2017
Foraging behaviour of the epaulette shark Hemiscyllium ocellatum is not affected by elevated CO2
DDU Heinrich, SA Watson, JL Rummer, SJ Brandl, CA Simpfendorfer, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (3), 633-640, 2015
Microtopographic refuges shape consumer-producer dynamics by mediating consumer functional diversity
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Oecologia 182 (1), 203-217, 2016
Morphology, sociality, and ecology: can morphology predict pairing behavior in coral reef fishes?
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 32 (3), 835-846, 2013
Habitat degradation increases functional originality in highly diverse coral reef fish assemblages
SJ Brandl, MJ Emslie, DM Ceccarelli, Z T. Richards
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01557, 2016
Pair formation in the herbivorous rabbitfish Siganus doliatus
SJ Brandl, DR Bellwood
Journal of Fish Biology 82 (6), 2031-2044, 2013
Bioacoustic measurements complement visual biodiversity surveys: preliminary evidence from four shallow marine habitats
E Staaterman, MB Ogburn, AH Altieri, SJ Brandl, R Whippo, J Seemann, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 575, 207-215, 2017
Local extinction of a coral reef fish explained by inflexible prey choice
RM Brooker, PL Munday, SJ Brandl, GP Jones
Coral Reefs 33 (4), 891-896, 2014
Shelter use by large reef fishes: long-term occupancy and the impacts of disturbance
JA Khan, CHR Goatley, SJ Brandl, SB Tebbett, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 36 (4), 1123-1132, 2017
Demographic dynamics of the smallest marine vertebrates fuel coral reef ecosystem functioning
SJ Brandl, L Tornabene, CHR Goatley, JM Casey, RA Morais, IM Côté, ...
Science 364 (6446), 1189-1192, 2019
Cryptic effects of habitat declines: coral-associated fishes avoid coral-seaweed interactions due to visual and chemical cues
RM Brooker, SJ Brandl, DL Dixson
Scientific reports 6, 18842, 2016
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