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Karkarey R, Rathod P, Arthur R, Yadav S, Theo A, Alcoverro T. 2020. Wave exposure reduces herbivory in post-disturbed reefs by filtering species composition, abundance and behaviour of key fish herbivores.. Sci Rep. 10(1):9854.
McClanahan TR, Darling ES, Maina JM, Muthiga NA, D'agata S, Jupiter SD, Arthur R, Wilson SK, Mangubhai S, Nand Y et al.. 2019. Temperature patterns and mechanisms influencing coral bleaching during the 2016 El Nino. Nature Climate Change. 9:845–851.
Karkarey R, Arthur R, Nash KL, Pratchett MS, Sankaran M, Graham NAJ. 2022. Spatial decoupling of ? and ? diversity suggest different management needs for coral reef fish along an extensive mid-oceanic ridge GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION. 36(e02110)
Darling ES, McClanahan TR, Maina J, Gurney GG, Graham NAJ, Januchowski-Hartley F, Cinner JE, Mora C, Hicks CC, Maire E et al.. 2019. Social-environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene.. Nat Ecol Evol.
McClanahan TR, Maina JM, Darling ES, Guillaume MM, Muthiga N, D’agata S, Leblond J, Arthur R, Jupiter SD, Wilson S et al.. 2020. Large geographic variability in the resistance of corals to thermal stress. Global Ecology and Biogeography.
Patankar V, D'Souza E, Alcoverro T, Arthur R. 2016. For traditional island communities in the Nicobar archipelago, complete no-go areas are the most effective form of marine management . OCEAN & COASTAL MANAGEMENT . 133:53-63.
Yadav S, Rathod P, Alcoverro T, Arthur R. 2016. Choice and destiny: the substrate composition and mechanical stability of settlement structures can mediate coral recruit fate in post-bleached reefs. Coral Reefs. 35(1):211-222.