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Shiffman DS, Bittick SJ, Cashion M, Colla S, Coristine L, Derrick D, Gow EA, Macdonald C, O’Ferrall MM, Orobko M, Pollom R, Provencher J, & Dulvy N. In press. Inaccurate and biased global media coverage underlies public misunderstanding of shark conservation threats and solutions. iScience.
Bittick SJ, Fong CR, Harvey JD*, Johnson TM*, Frymann TA*, Clausing RJ, & Fong P. (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. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13172
Bittick SJ, Clausing RJ, Fong CR, Scoma S*, & Fong P. (2019). A rapidly expanding alga acts as a secondary foundational species providing novel ecosystem functions in the South Pacific. Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-018-0261-1
Bittick SJ, Sutula M, & Fong P. (2018). A tale of two algal blooms: negative effects of two dominant genera on seagrass and its epiphytes. Marine Environmental Research. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marenvres.2018.05.018
Dey CJ, Yurkowski D, Schuster R, Shiffman D, & Bittick SJ. (2018). Patterns of uncertainty in life-history and extinction risk for Arctic vertebrates. Arctic Science, 4: 710-721. https://doi.org/10.1139/as-2018-0006
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. Online at: https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12914
Coristine L, Jacob A, Schuster R, Otto SP, Baron N, Bennett N, Bittick SJ, Dey C, Favaro B, Ford A, Nowlan L, Orihel D, Palen W, Polfus J, Shiffman D, Venter O, & Woodley S. (2018). Informing Canada’s commitment to biodiversity conservation: A science-based framework to help guide protected areas designation through Target 1 and beyond. FACETS: Canada’s first multidisciplinary open access journal. http://www.facetsjournal.com/doi/10.1139/facets-2017-0102
Fong CR, Frias M*, Goody N*, Bittick SJ, Clausing RJ, & Fong P. (2018). Empirical data demonstrates risk-tradeoffs between landscapes for herbivorous fish may promote reef resilience. Marine Environmental Research, 133: 1-5. Available online here.
Bergman J*, Dang BN*, Tabatabaee MM*, McGowan MM*, Bittick SJ, Fong CR, & Fong P. (2016). Nutrients induce and herbivores maintain thallus toughness, a structural anti-herbivory defense in Turbinaria ornata. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 559: 35-43. Access article here.
Clausing RJ, Bittick SJ, Fong CR, & Fong P. (2016). Sediments differentially alter drivers of two dominant macroalgal species biomass accumulation on a fringing coral reef. Coral Reefs, 35: 1297-1309. Download pdf
Bittick SJ, Clausing RJ, Fong CR, & Fong P. (2016). Bolstered physical defences under nutrient enriched conditions may facilitate a secondary foundational algal species in the South Pacific. Journal of Ecology 104 (3): 646-653. Download pdf
Clausing RJ, Annunziata C*, Baker G*, Lee C*, Bittick SJ, & Fong P. (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. Download pdf
Bittick SJ, & Chung GKW. (2011). The use of narrative: Gender differences and implications for motivation and learning in a Math game. (CRESST Report 804). Los Angeles, CA: University of California, National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST). Download pdf
Bittick SJ, Bilotti ND, Peterson HA, & Stewart HL. (2010). Turbinaria ornata as an herbivory refuge for associate algae. Marine Biology 157 (2): 317-323. Download pdf
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