Sean D. Connell, PhD

Southern Seas Ecology Laboratories University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 
subtidal ecology
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Falkenberg LJ, Bellerby RGJ, Connell SD, et al. (2020) Ocean Acidification and Human Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17
Leung JYS, Russell BD, Connell SD. (2020) Linking energy budget to physiological adaptation: How a calcifying gastropod adjusts or succumbs to ocean acidification and warming. The Science of the Total Environment. 715: 136939
Rodriguez-Dominguez A, Connell SD, Leung JYS, et al. (2019) Adaptive responses of fishes to climate change: Feedback between physiology and behaviour. The Science of the Total Environment. 692: 1242-1249
Ferreira CM, Nagelkerken I, Goldenberg SU, et al. (2019) Functional loss in herbivores drives runaway expansion of weedy algae in a near-future ocean. The Science of the Total Environment. 695: 133829
Leung JYS, Doubleday ZA, Nagelkerken I, et al. (2019) How calorie-rich food could help marine calcifiers in a CO-rich future. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190757
Freeling B, Doubleday ZA, Connell SD. (2019) Opinion: How can we boost the impact of publications? Try better writing. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116: 341-343
Doubleday ZA, Nagelkerken I, Coutts MD, et al. (2018) A triple trophic boost: how carbon emissions indirectly change a marine food chain. Global Change Biology
Doubleday ZA, Connell SD. (2018) Let Scientific Writing Evolve, Not Stagnate. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Rodriguez-Dominguez A, Connell SD, Baziret C, et al. (2018) Irreversible behavioural impairment of fish starts early: Embryonic exposure to ocean acidification. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 133: 562-567
Nagelkerken I, Goldenberg SU, Coni EOC, et al. (2018) Microhabitat change alters abundances of competing species and decreases species richness under ocean acidification. The Science of the Total Environment. 645: 615-622
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