Sarah Joy Bittick, B.S.

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
marine community ecology, seagrass ecology, tropical macroalgae
"Sarah Joy Bittick"


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Hannah Louise Stewart research assistant 2008-2010 UCLA
Peggy Fong grad student 2011-2017 UCLA
Mary I. O'Connor post-doc 2017- UBC


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Caitlin  R. Fong collaborator 2012- UCLA
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Shiffman DS, Bittick SJ, Cashion MS, et al. (2020) Inaccurate and Biased Global Media Coverage Underlies Public Misunderstanding of Shark Conservation Threats and Solutions. Iscience. 101205
Bittick S, Fong C, Clausing R, et al. (2020) Herbivory strength is similar or even greater in algal- compared to coral-dominated habitats on a recovering coral reef Marine Ecology Progress Series. 634: 225-229
Bittick SJ, Sutula M, Fong P. (2018) A tale of two algal blooms: Negative and predictable effects of two common bloom-forming macroalgae on seagrass and epiphytes. Marine Environmental Research
Fong CR, Bittick SJ, Fong P. (2018) Simultaneous synergist, antagonistic and additive interactions between multiple local stressors all degrade algal turf communities on coral reefs Journal of Ecology. 106: 1390-1400
Bittick SJ, Clausing RJ, Fong CR, et al. (2018) A Rapidly Expanding Macroalga Acts as a Foundational Species Providing Trophic Support and Habitat in the South Pacific Ecosystems. 22: 165-173
Fong CR, Frias M, Goody N, et al. (2017) Empirical data demonstrates risk-tradeoffs between landscapes for herbivorous fish may promote reef resilience. Marine Environmental Research
Bergman J, Dang B, Tabatabaee M, et al. (2016) Nutrients induce and herbivores maintain thallus toughness, a structural anti-herbivory defense in Turbinaria ornata Marine Ecology Progress Series. 559: 35-43
Bittick SJ, Clausing RJ, Fong CR, et al. (2016) Bolstered physical defences under nutrient-enriched conditions may facilitate a secondary foundational algal species in the South Pacific Journal of Ecology
Clausing RJ, Bittick SJ, Fong CR, et al. (2016) Sediments influence accumulation of two macroalgal species through novel but differing interactions with nutrients and herbivory Coral Reefs. 1-13
Clausing RJ, Annunziata C, Baker G, et al. (2014) Effects of sediment depth on algal turf height are mediated by interactions with fish herbivory on a fringing reef Marine Ecology Progress Series. 517: 121-129
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