Mark Hixon - Publications

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Ecology of Fishes

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2018 Johnson DW, Christie MR, Pusack TJ, Stallings CD, Hixon MA. Integrating larval connectivity with local demography reveals regional dynamics of a marine metapopulation. Ecology. 99: 1419-1429. PMID 29856493 DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2343  0.96
2015 Johnson DW, Christie MR, Stallings CD, Pusack TJ, Hixon MA. Using post-settlement demography to estimate larval survivorship: a coral reef fish example. Oecologia. PMID 26093629 DOI: 10.1007/s00442-015-3368-5  1
2015 Ramos-Ascherl Z, Williams EH, Bunkley-Williams L, Tuttle LJ, Sikkel PC, Hixon MA. Parasitism in Pterois volitans (Scorpaenidae) from coastal waters of Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, and the Bahamas. The Journal of Parasitology. 101: 50-6. PMID 25302790 DOI: 10.1645/13-422.1  1
2015 Hixon MA. Predation: Piscivory and the ecology of coral reef fishes Ecology of Fishes On Coral Reefs. 41-52. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9781316105412.007  1
2015 Hixon MA. Reef fishes, seaweeds, and corals: A complex triangle Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene. 195-215. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-017-7249-5_10  1
2014 Pusack TJ, Christie MR, Johnson DW, Stallings CD, Hixon MA. Spatial and temporal patterns of larval dispersal in a coral-reef fish metapopulation: evidence of variable reproductive success. Molecular Ecology. 23: 3396-408. PMID 24917250 DOI: 10.1111/mec.12824  1
2014 Sikkel PC, Tuttle LJ, Cure K, Coile AM, Hixon MA. Low susceptibility of invasive red lionfish (Pterois volitans) to a generalist ectoparasite in both its introduced and native ranges. Plos One. 9: e95854. PMID 24796701 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0095854  1
2014 Cure K, Mcllwain JL, Hixon MA. Habitat plasticity in native Pacific red lionfish Pterois volitans facilitates successful invasion of the Atlantic Marine Ecology Progress Series. 506: 243-253. DOI: 10.3354/meps10789  1
2014 Hixon MA, Johnson DW, Sogard SM. BOFFFFs: On the importance of conserving old-growth age structure in fishery populations Ices Journal of Marine Science. 71: 2171-2185. DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fst200  1
2014 Wilcox CL, Hixon MA. False positive tests for ciguatera may derail efforts to control invasive lionfish Environmental Biology of Fishes. DOI: 10.1007/s10641-014-0313-0  1
2013 Côté IM, Green SJ, Hixon MA. Predatory fish invaders: Insights from Indo-Pacific lionfish in the western Atlantic and Caribbean Biological Conservation. 164: 50-61. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2013.04.014  1
2013 Albins MA, Hixon MA. Worst case scenario: Potential long-term effects of invasive predatory lionfish (Pterois volitans) on Atlantic and Caribbean coral-reef communities Environmental Biology of Fishes. 96: 1151-1157. DOI: 10.1007/s10641-011-9795-1  1
2012 Cure K, Benkwitt CE, Kindinger TL, Pickering EA, Pusack TJ, McIlwain JL, Hixon MA. Comparative behavior of red lionfish Pterois volitans on native Pacific versus invaded Atlantic coral reefs Marine Ecology Progress Series. 467: 181-192. DOI: 10.3354/meps09942  1
2012 Kulbicki M, Beets J, Chabanet P, Cure K, Darling E, Floeter SR, Galzin R, Green A, Harmelin-Vivien M, Hixon M, Letourneur Y, De Loma TL, McClanahan T, McIlwain J, MouTham G, et al. Distributions of Indo-Pacific lionfishes Pterois spp. in their native ranges: Implications for the Atlantic invasion Marine Ecology Progress Series. 446: 189-205. DOI: 10.3354/meps09442  1
2012 Hixon MA, Anderson TW, Buch KL, Johnson DW, Mcleod JB, Stallings CD. Density dependence and population regulation in marine fish: A large-scale, long-term field manipulation Ecological Monographs. 82: 467-489. DOI: 10.1890/11-1525.1  1
2011 Johnson DW, Christie MR, Moye J, Hixon MA. Genetic correlations between adults and larvae in a marine fish: potential effects of fishery selection on population replenishment. Evolutionary Applications. 4: 621-33. PMID 25568010 DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-4571.2011.00185.x  1
2011 Hunsicker ME, Ciannelli L, Bailey KM, Buckel JA, Wilson White J, Link JS, Essington TE, Gaichas S, Anderson TW, Brodeur RD, Chan KS, Chen K, Englund G, Frank KT, Freitas V, ... Hixon MA, et al. Functional responses and scaling in predator-prey interactions of marine fishes: contemporary issues and emerging concepts. Ecology Letters. 14: 1288-99. PMID 21985428 DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01696.x  1
2011 Johnson DW, Hixon MA. Sexual and lifetime selection on body size in a marine fish: the importance of life-history trade-offs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24: 1653-63. PMID 21605216 DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02298.x  1
2011 Hixon MA. 60 Years of coral reef fish ecology: Past, present, future Bulletin of Marine Science. 87: 727-765. DOI: 10.5343/bms.2010.1055  1
2010 Christie MR, Tissot BN, Albins MA, Beets JP, Jia Y, Ortiz DM, Thompson SE, Hixon MA. Larval connectivity in an effective network of marine protected areas. Plos One. 5: e15715. PMID 21203576 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015715  1
2010 Johnson DW, Hixon MA. Ontogenetic and spatial variation in size-selective mortality of a marine fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23: 724-37. PMID 20149026 DOI: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2010.01938.x  1
2010 Christie MR, Johnson DW, Stallings CD, Hixon MA. Self-recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral-reef fish. Molecular Ecology. 19: 1042-57. PMID 20089121 DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2010.04524.x  1
2010 Nisbet MC, Hixon MA, Moore KD, Nelson M. Four cultures: New synergies for engaging society on climate change Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8: 329-331. DOI: 10.1890/1540-9295-8.6.329  1
2010 Hixon MA. Coral Reef Fishes Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences. 655-659. DOI: 10.1016/B978-012374473-9.00674-3  1
2009 Christie P, Pollnac RB, Fluharty DL, Hixon MA, Lowry GK, Mahon R, Pietri D, Tissot BN, White AT, Armada N, Eisma-Osorio RL. Tropical marine EBM feasibility: A synthesis of case studies and comparative analyses Coastal Management. 37: 374-385. DOI: 10.1080/08920750902937994  1
2009 Tissot BN, Walsh WJ, Hixon MA. Hawaiian Islands Marine Ecosystem case study: Ecosystem- and community-based management in Hawaii Coastal Management. 37: 255-273. DOI: 10.1080/08920750902851096  1
2009 Albins MA, Hixon MA, Sadovy Y. Threatened fishes of the world: Epinephelus striatus (Bloch, 1792) (Serranidae) Environmental Biology of Fishes. 86: 309-310. DOI: 10.1007/s10641-009-9512-5  1
2008 Albins MA, Hixon MA. Invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish Pterois volitans reduce recruitment of Atlantic coral-reef fishes Marine Ecology Progress Series. 367: 233-238. DOI: 10.3354/meps07620  1
2008 Grober-Dunsmore R, Wooninck L, Field J, Ainworth C, Beets J, Berkeley S, Bohnsack J, Boulon R, Brodeur R, Brodzak J, Crowder L, Gleason D, Hixon M, Kaufman L, Lindberg B, et al. Vertical zoning in marine protected areas: ecological considerations for balancing pelagic fishing with conservation of benthic communities Fisheries. 33: 598-610.  1
2007 Anderson TW, Carr MH, Hixon MA. Patterns and mechanisms of variable settlement and recruitment of a coral reef damselfish, Chromis cyanea Marine Ecology Progress Series. 350: 109-116. DOI: 10.3354/meps07135  1
2007 Francis RC, Hixon MA, Clarke ME, Murawski SA, Ralston S. Ten commandments for ecosystem-based fisheries scientists Fisheries. 32: 217-233. DOI: 10.1577/1548-8446(2007)32[217:TCFBFS]2.0.CO;2  1
2007 Tissot BN, Hixon MA, Stein DL. Habitat-based submersible assessment of macro-invertebrate and groundfish assemblages at Heceta Bank, Oregon, from 1988 to 1990 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 352: 50-64. DOI: 10.1016/j.jembe.2007.06.032  1
2007 Hixon MA, Tissot BN. Comparison of trawled vs untrawled mud seafloor assemblages of fishes and macroinvertebrates at Coquille Bank, Oregon Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 344: 23-34. DOI: 10.1016/j.jembe.2006.12.026  1
2006 Hixon MA. Competition The Ecology of Marine Fishes: California and Adjacent Waters. 449-465.  1
2005 Hixon MA, Jones GP. Competition, predation, and density-dependent mortality in demersal marine fishes Ecology. 86: 2847-2859.  1
2004 Doherty PJ, Dufour V, Galzin R, Hixon MA, Meekan MG, Planes S. High mortality during settlement is a population bottleneck for a tropical surgeonfish Ecology. 85: 2422-2428.  1
2004 Berkeley SA, Hixon MA, Larson RJ, Love MS. Fisheries sustainability via protection of age structure and spatial distribution of fish populations Fisheries. 29: 23-32.  1
2003 Harding JA, Almany GR, Houck LD, Hixon MA. Experimental analysis of monogamy in the caribbean cleaner goby, Gobiosoma evelynae Animal Behaviour. 65: 865-874. DOI: 10.1006/anbe.2003.2144  1
2002 Carr MH, Anderson TW, Hixon MA. Biodiversity, population regulation, and the stability of coral-reef fish communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 99: 11241-5. PMID 12177430 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.162653499  1
2002 Nasby-Lucas NM, Embley BW, Hixon MA, Merle SG, Tissot BN, Wright DJ. Integration of submersible transect data and high-resolution multibeam sonar imagery for a habitat-based groundfish assessment of Heceta Bank, Oregon* Fishery Bulletin. 100: 739-751.  1
2002 Hixon MA, Pacala SW, Sandin SA. Population regulation: Historical context and contemporary challenges of open vs. closed systems Ecology. 83: 1490-1508.  1
2002 Graham MH, Dayton PK, Hixon MA. Paradigms in ecology: Past, present, and future Ecology. 83: 1479-1480.  1
2002 Anderson TW, Bartels CT, Hixon MA, Bartels E, Carr MH, Shenker JM. Current velocity and catch efficiency in sampling settlement-stage larvae of coral-reef fishes Fishery Bulletin. 100: 404-413.  1
2000 Parker SJ, Berkeley SA, Golden JT, Gunderson DR, Heifetz J, Hixon MA, Larson R, Leaman BM, Love MS, Musick JA, O'Connell VM, Ralston S, Weeks HJ, Yoklavich MM. Management of Pacific rockfish Fisheries. 25: 22-30.  1
2000 Webster MS, Hixon MA. Mechanisms and individual consequences of intraspecific competition in a coral-reef fish Marine Ecology Progress Series. 196: 187-194.  1
1999 Booth DJ, Hixon MA. Food ration and condition affect early survival of the coral reef damselfish, Stegastes partitus. Oecologia. 121: 364-368. PMID 28308325 DOI: 10.1007/s004420050940  1
1999 Booth DJ, Hixon MA. Food ration and condition affect early survival of the coral reef damselfish, Stegastes partitus Oecologia. 121: 364-368. DOI: 10.1007/s004420050940  1
1999 Murray SN, Ambrose RF, Bohnsack JA, Botsford LW, Carr MH, Davis GE, Dayton PK, Gotshall D, Gunderson DR, Hixon MA, Lubchenco J, Mangel M, MacCall A, McArdle DA, Ogden JC, et al. No-take reserve networks: Sustaining fishery populations and marine ecosystems Fisheries. 24: 11-25.  1
1998 Hixon MA. Population dynamics of coral-reef fishes: Controversial concepts and hypotheses Austral Ecology. 23: 192-201.  1
1997 Hixon MA, Carr MH. Synergistic predation, density dependence, and population regulation in marine fish Science. 277: 946-949. DOI: 10.1126/science.277.5328.946  1
1997 Carr MH, Hixon MA. Artificial reefs: The importance of comparisons with natural reefs Fisheries. 22: 28-33.  1
1996 Caley MJ, Carr MH, Hixon MA, Hughes TP, Jones GP, Menge BA. Recruitment and the local dynamics of open marine populations Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 27: 477-500. DOI: 10.1146/annurev.ecolsys.27.1.477  1
1996 Hixon MA, Brostoff WN. Succession and herbivory: Effects of differential fish grazing on hawaiian coral-reef algae Ecological Monographs. 66: 67-90.  1
1996 Starr RM, Fox DS, Hixon MA, Tissot BN, Johnson GE, Barss WH. Comparison of submersible-survey and hydroacoustic-survey estimates of fish density on a rocky bank Fishery Bulletin. 94: 113-123.  1
1995 Power ME, Tilman D, Carpenter SR, Huntly N, Leibold M, Morin P, Menge BA, Estes JA, Ehrlich PR, Hixon M, Lodge DM, McPeek MA, Fauth JE, Reznick D, Crowder LB, et al. The role of experiments in ecology [1] Science. 270: 561.  1
1995 Carr MH, Hixon MA. Predation effects on early post-settlement survivorship of coral- reef fishes Marine Ecology Progress Series. 124: 31-42.  1
1994 Russell RW, Carpenter FL, Hixon MA, Paton DC. The impact of variation in stopover habitat quality on migrant rufous hummingbirds Conservation Biology. 8: 483-490. DOI: 10.1046/j.1523-1739.1994.08020483.x  1
1994 Beets J, Hixon MA. Distribution, persistence, and growth of groupers (Pisces: Serranidae) on artificial and natural patch reefs in the Virgin Islands Bulletin of Marine Science. 55: 470-483.  1
1993 Carpenter FL, Hixon MA, Temeles EJ, Russell RW, Paton DC. Exploitative compensation by subordinate age-sex classes of migrant rufous hummingbirds Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 33: 305-312. DOI: 10.1007/BF00172928  1
1993 Carpenter FL, Hixon MA, Russell RW, Paton DC, Temeles EJ. Interference asymmetries among age-sex classes of rufous hummingbirds during migratory stopovers Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 33: 297-304. DOI: 10.1007/BF00172927  1
1993 Hixon MA, Beets JP. Predation, prey refuges, and the structure of coral-reef fish assemblages Ecological Monographs. 63: 77-101.  1
1993 Carpenter FL, Hixon MA, Beuchat CA, Russell RW, Paton DC. Biphasic mass gain in migrant hummingbirds: body composition changes, torpor, and ecological significance Ecology. 74: 1173-1182.  1
1992 Buchheim JR, Hixon MA. Competition for shelter holes in the coral-reef fish Acanthemblemaria spinosa Metzelaar Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 164: 45-54. DOI: 10.1016/0022-0981(92)90135-W  1
1992 Stein DL, Tissot BN, Hixon MA, Barss W. Fish-habitat associations on a deep reef at the edge of the Oregon continental shelf Fishery Bulletin. 90: 540-551.  1
1991 Hixon MA, Menge BA. Species diversity: Prey refuges modify the interactive effects of predation and competition Theoretical Population Biology. 39: 178-200. DOI: 10.1016/0040-5809(91)90035-E  1
1991 Carpenter FL, Hixon MA, Hunt A, Russell RW. Why hummingbirds have such large crops Evolutionary Ecology. 5: 405-414. DOI: 10.1007/BF02214157  1
1989 Pearcy WG, Stein DL, Hixon MA, Pikitch EK, Barss WH, Starr RM. Submersible observations of deep-reef fishes of Heceta Bank, Oregon Fishery Bulletin. 87: 955-965.  1
1989 Hixon MA, Beets JP. Shelter characteristics and Caribbean fish assemblages: experiments with artificial reefs Bulletin of Marine Science. 44: 666-680.  1
1988 Hixon MA, Carpenter FL. Distinguishing energy maximizers from time minimizers: A comparative study of two hummingbird species Integrative and Comparative Biology. 28: 913-925. DOI: 10.1093/icb/28.3.913  1
1987 Hixon MA. Territory area as a determinant of mating systems Integrative and Comparative Biology. 27: 229-249. DOI: 10.1093/icb/27.2.229  1
1985 Hixon MA, Brostoff WN. Substrate characteristics, fish grazing, and epibenthic reef assemblages off Hawaii Bulletin of Marine Science. 37: 200-213.  1
1983 Hixon MA, Brostoff WN. Damselfish as keystone species in reverse: intermediate disturbance and diversity of reef algae. Science (New York, N.Y.). 220: 511-3. PMID 17816223 DOI: 10.1126/science.220.4596.511  1
1983 Hixon MA, Carpenter FL, Paton DC. Territory area, flower density, and time budgeting in hummingbirds: an experimental and theoretical analysis American Naturalist. 122: 366-391. DOI: 10.1086/284141  1
1978 Bray RN, Hixon MA. Night-Shocker: Predatory Behavior of the Pacific Electric Ray (Torpedo californica). Science (New York, N.Y.). 200: 333-4. PMID 17745565 DOI: 10.1126/science.200.4339.333  1
1978 Bray RN, Hixon MA. Nightshocker: Predatory behavior of the Pacific electric ray (Torpedo californica) Science. 200: 333-334.  1
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