Mark A. Steele

Affiliations: 
Biology California State University, Northridge, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Marine Ecology, Ecology of Fishes
Website:
http://www.csun.edu/~msteele
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Tootell JS, Steele MA. (2015) Distribution, behavior, and condition of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs track algal resources. Oecologia
Steele MA. (2015) Equilibrial versus non-equilibrial dynamics in coral reef fishes Ecology of Fishes On Coral Reefs. 232-235
Block HE, Steele MA. (2014) Spatial variation in selective mortality on larval traits in the coral reef fish Chromis viridis Marine Ecology Progress Series. 509: 303-308
Tootell JS, Steele MA. (2014) Vermetid gastropods reduce foraging by herbivorous fishes on algae on coral reefs Coral Reefs
Wormald CL, Steele MA, Forrester GE. (2013) High population density enhances recruitment and survival of a harvested coral reef fish. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 23: 365-73
Krug JM, Steele MA. (2013) Larval exposure to shared oceanography does not cause spatially correlated recruitment in kelp forest fishes Marine Ecology Progress Series. 477: 177-188
Forrester GE, Steele MA. (2011) Reef fishes: Density dependence and equilibrium in populations? The Balance of Nature and Human Impact. 7-20
Vance RR, Steele MA, Forrester GE. (2010) Using an individual-based model to quantify scale transition in demographic rate functions: Deaths in a coral reef fish Ecological Modelling. 221: 1907-1921
Heinlein JM, Stier AC, Steele MA. (2010) Predators reduce abundance and species richness of coral reef fish recruits via non-selective predation Coral Reefs. 29: 527-532
Samhouri JF, Steele MA, Forrester GE. (2009) Inter-cohort competition drives density dependence and selective mortality in a marine fish. Ecology. 90: 1009-20
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