Todd W Anderson
Todd W Anderson
Professor Emeritus of Biology, San Diego State University
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Predator responses, prey refuges, and density‐dependent mortality of a marine fish
TW Anderson
Ecology 82 (1), 245-257, 2001
Influence of an artificial reef on the surrounding infaunal community
RF Ambrose, TW Anderson
Marine Biology 107, 41-52, 1990
Biodiversity, population regulation, and the stability of coral-reef fish communities
MH Carr, TW Anderson, MA Hixon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (17), 11241-11245, 2002
Functional responses and scaling in predator–prey interactions of marine fishes: contemporary issues and emerging concepts
ME Hunsicker, L Ciannelli, KM Bailey, JA Buckel, J Wilson White, JS Link, ...
Ecology Letters 14 (12), 1288-1299, 2011
Role of macroalgal structure in the distribution and abundance of a temperate reef fish
TW Anderson
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 113 (3), 279-290, 1994
The relationship between habitat structure, body size and distribution of fishes at a temperate artificial reef
TW Anderson, EE DeMartini, DA Roberts
Bulletin of Marine Science 44 (2), 681-697, 1989
Intermittent noise induces physiological stress in a coastal marine fish
TA Nichols, TW Anderson, A Širović
PLoS One 10 (9), e0139157, 2015
The role of reproductive synchrony in the colonization potential of kelp
DC Reed, TW Anderson, AW Ebeling, M Anghera
Ecology 78 (8), 2443-2457, 1997
Differential reproductive responses to fluctuating resources in two seaweeds with different reproductive strategies
DC Reed, AW Ebeling, TW Anderson, M Anghera
Ecology 77 (1), 300-316, 1996
Density dependence and population regulation in marine fish: a large‐scale, long‐term field manipulation
MA Hixon, TW Anderson, KL Buch, DW Johnson, JB McLeod, ...
Ecological Monographs 82 (4), 467-489, 2012
Positive indirect effects of reef fishes on kelp performance: the importance of mesograzers
AC Davenport, TW Anderson
Ecology 88 (6), 1548-1561, 2007
Top‐down control of epifauna by fishes enhances seagrass production
LS Lewis, TW Anderson
Ecology 93 (12), 2746-2757, 2012
Contrasting patterns of fish density and abundance at an artificial rock reef and a cobble-bottom kelp forest
EE DeMartini, DA Roberts, TW Anderson
Bulletin of Marine Science 44 (2), 881-892, 1989
Quantitative assessment of different artificial reef designs in mitigating losses to kelp forest fishes
DC Reed, SC Schroeter, D Huang, TW Anderson, RF Ambrose
Bulletin of Marine Science 78 (1), 133-150, 2006
Population estimates of four kelp forest fishes and an evaluation of three in situ assessment techniques
GE Davis, TW Anderson
Bulletin of Marine Science 44 (3), 1138-1151, 1989
Genetic structure of leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata) populations in California waters
EA Lewallen, TW Anderson, AJ Bohonak
Marine Biology 152, 599-609, 2007
BINCKE: a highly efficient net for collecting reef fishes
TW Anderson, MH Carr
Environmental Biology of Fishes 51, 111-115, 1998
Correspondence between food availability and growth of a planktivorous temperate reef fish
TW Anderson, BD Sabado
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 189 (1-2), 65-76, 1995
Growth and sediment disturbances of Caulerpa spp.(Chlorophyta) in a submarine canyon
SL Williams, VA Breda, TW Anderson, BB Nyden
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 275-281, 1985
Habitat fragmentation, patch size, and the recruitment and abundance of kelp forest fishes
AA Deza, TW Anderson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 416, 229-240, 2010
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