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2018The duality of ocean acidification as a resource and a stressorConnell, S.; Doubleday, Z.; Foster, N.; Hamlyn, S.; Harley, C.; Helmuth, B.; Kelaher, B.; Nagelkerken, I.; Rodgers, K.; SarĂ , G.; Russell, B.
2002Response of predators to prey abundance: separating the effects of prey density and patch sizeWellenreuther, M.; Connell, S.
2015Ocean acidification boosts larval fish development but reduces the window of opportunity for successful settlementRossi, T.; Nagelkerken, I.; Simpson, S.; Pistevos, J.; Watson, S.; Merillet, L.; Fraser, P.; Munday, P.; Connell, S.
2015Ocean acidification and global warming impair shark hunting behaviour and growthPistevos, J.; Nagelkerken, I.; Rossi, T.; Olmos, M.; Connell, S.
2017Antagonistic effects of ocean acidification and warming on hunting sharksPistevos, J.; Nagelkerken, I.; Rossi, T.; Connell, S.
2002Sedimentation and light penetration interact to maintain heterogeneity of subtidal habitats: algal versus invertebrate dominated assemblagesIrving, A.; Connell, S.
2015Valuing coastal water quality: Adelaide, South Australia metropolitan areaHatton MacDonald, D.; Ardeshiri, A.; Rose, J.; Russell, B.; Connell, S.
2001Orientation and position of substrata have large effects on epibiotic assemblagesGlasby, T.; Connell, S.
2017The sounds of silence: regime shifts impoverish marine soundscapesRossi, T.; Connell, S.; Nagelkerken, I.
2015Escaping herbivory: ocean warming as a refuge for primary producers where consumer metabolism and consumption cannot pursueMertens, N.; Russell, B.; Connell, S.