Craig A. Layman, Ph.D.

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2004 Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
Area:
Ecology Biology
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Kirk O. Winemiller grad student 2004 Texas A & M
 (The role of piscivores in a species -rich tropical river.)

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James C Nifong grad student 2008-2014 University of Florida (Evolution Tree)
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Allgeier JE, Cline TJ, Walsworth TE, et al. (2020) Individual behavior drives ecosystem function and the impacts of harvest. Science Advances. 6: eaax8329
Allgeier JE, Layman CA, Montaña CG, et al. (2018) Anthropogenic versus fish-derived nutrient effects on seagrass community structure and function. Ecology
Allgeier JE, Burkepile DE, Layman CA. (2017) Animal pee in the sea: consumer-mediated nutrient dynamics in the world's changing oceans. Global Change Biology
Allgeier JE, Valdivia A, Cox C, et al. (2016) Fishing down nutrients on coral reefs. Nature Communications. 7: 12461
Anton A, Cure K, Layman CA, et al. (2016) Prey naiveté to invasive lionfish Pterois volitans on Caribbean coral reefs Marine Ecology Progress Series. 544: 257-269
Yeager LA, Stoner EW, Peters JR, et al. (2016) A terrestrial-aquatic food web subsidy is potentially mediated by multiple predator effects on an arboreal crab Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 475: 73-79
Stoner EW, Sebilian SS, Layman CA. (2016) Comparison of zooxanthellae densities from upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopea xamachana, across coastal habitats of the Bahamas | Densidad de zooxantelas presentes en la medusa invertida, Cassiopea xamachana, en los hábitats costeros de Las Bahamas Revista De Biologia Marina Y Oceanografia. 51: 203-208
Giery ST, Layman CA. (2015) Interpopulation Variation in a Condition-Dependent Signal: Predation Regime Affects Signal Intensity and Reliability. The American Naturalist. 186: 187-95
Giery ST, Layman CA, Langerhans RB. (2015) Anthropogenic ecosystem fragmentation drives shared and unique patterns of sexual signal divergence among three species of Bahamian mosquitofish. Evolutionary Applications. 8: 679-91
Riesch R, Easter T, Layman CA, et al. (2015) Rapid human-induced divergence of life-history strategies in Bahamian livebearing fishes (family Poeciliidae). The Journal of Animal Ecology. 84: 1732-43
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