Jeff Shima, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
Area:
population ecology, marine ecology, recruitment dynamics, connectivity, larval ecology
Website:
http://www.victoria.ac.nz/staff/jeffrey_shima/index.html
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Shima JS, Osenberg CW, Noonburg EG, et al. (2021) Lunar rhythms in growth of larval fish. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20202609
Brown AL, Hamman EA, Shima JS, et al. (2020) Extended phenotypes on coral reefs: cryptic phenotypes modulate coral-vermetid interactions. Ecology. e03215
Shima JS, Osenberg CW, Alonzo SH, et al. (2020) Reproductive phenology across the lunar cycle: parental decisions, offspring responses, and consequences for reef fish. Ecology. e03086
Shima JS, Swearer SE. (2018) Moonlight enhances growth in larval fish. Ecology
Shima JS, Noonburg EG, Swearer SE, et al. (2017) Born at the right time? A conceptual framework linking reproduction, development, and settlement in reef fish. Ecology
Ford JR, Shima JS, Swearer SE. (2016) Interactive effects of shelter and conspecific density shape mortality, growth, and condition in juvenile reef fish. Ecology. 97: 1373-80
Shima JS, Swearer SE. (2016) Evidence and population consequences of shared larval dispersal histories in a marine fish. Ecology. 97: 25-31
Brown AL, Frazer TK, Shima JS, et al. (2016) Mass mortality of the vermetid gastropod Ceraesignum maximum Coral Reefs. 1-6
Shima JS, Phillips NE, Osenberg CW. (2016) Variation in the growth and survival of the tropical vermetid gastropod Ceraesignum maximum is driven by size, habitat, and density Marine Biology. 163
Shima JS, Swearer SE. (2016) Evidence and population consequences of shared larval dispersal histories in a marine fish Ecology. 97: 25-31
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