Caitlin R. Fong

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
"Caitlin Fong"


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Robert R. Warner research assistant 2007-2011 UC Santa Barbara
Armand M. Kuris grad student 2012- UC Santa Barbara
Robert C. Carpenter post-doc 2016- CSUN


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Sarah Joy Bittick collaborator 2012- UCLA
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Fong CR, Chiquillo KL, Gaynus CJ, et al. (2021) Flip it and reverse it: Reasonable changes in designated controls can flip synergisms to antagonisms. The Science of the Total Environment. 772: 145243
Hayes HG, Kalhori PS, Weiss M, et al. (2021) Storms may disrupt top-down control of algal turf on fringing reefs. Coral Reefs (Online). 1-5
Fong CR, Gaynus CJ, Carpenter RC. (2020) Extreme rainfall events pulse substantial nutrients and sediments from terrestrial to nearshore coastal communities: a case study from French Polynesia. Scientific Reports. 10: 2955
Fong CR, Kuris AM, Hechinger RF. (2019) Hermaphrodites and parasitism: size-specific female reproduction drives infection by an ephemeral parasitic castrator. Scientific Reports. 9: 19121
Fong CR, Kuris AM, Hechinger RF. (2018) Parasite and host biomass and reproductive output in barnacle populations in the rocky intertidal zone. Parasitology. 1-6
Fong CR, Chancellor KS, Renzi JJ, et al. (2018) Epibionts on Turbinaria ornata, a secondary foundational macroalga on coral reefs, provide diverse trophic support to fishes. Marine Environmental Research
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
Fong CR, Kuris AM. (2017) Predation on transmission stages reduces parasitism: sea anemones consume transmission stages of a barnacle parasite. Parasitology. 1-6
Fong CR, Moron NA, Kuris AM. (2016) Two's a crowd? Crowding effect in a parasitic castrator drives differences in reproductive resource allocation in single vs double infections. Parasitology. 1-7
Fong P, Frazier NM, Tompkins-Cook C, et al. (2016) Size matters: Experimental partitioning of the strength of fish herbivory on a fringing coral reef in Moorea, French Polynesia Marine Ecology
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