Christopher Doropoulos
Christopher Doropoulos
Research Scientist, CSIRO
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Ocean acidification reduces coral recruitment by disrupting intimate larval‐algal settlement interactions
C Doropoulos, S Ward, G Diaz‐Pulido, O Hoegh‐Guldberg, PJ Mumby
Ecology letters 15 (4), 338-346, 2012
Long-term empirical evidence of ocean warming leading to tropicalization of fish communities, increased herbivory, and loss of kelp
A Vergés, C Doropoulos, HA Malcolm, M Skye, M Garcia-Pizá, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113, 13791-13796, 2016
The ecological role of sharks on coral reefs
G Roff, C Doropoulos, A Rogers, YM Bozec, NC Krueck, E Aurellado, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (5), 395-407, 2016
Spatial patterns in herbivory on a coral reef are influenced by structural complexity but not by algal traits
A Verges, MA Vanderklift, C Doropoulos, GA Hyndes
PloS one 6 (2), e17115, 2011
Characterising the ecological trade-offs throughout the early ontogeny of coral recruitment
C Doropoulos, G Roff, YM Bozec, M Zupan, J Werminghausen, PJ Mumby
Ecological Monographs 86 (1), 20-44, 2016
Linking demographic processes of juvenile corals to benthic recovery trajectories in two common reef habitats
C Doropoulos, S Ward, G Roff, M González-Rivero, PJ Mumby
PLoS One 10 (5), e0128535, 2015
Interactions among chronic and acute impacts on coral recruits: the importance of size‐escape thresholds
C Doropoulos, S Ward, A Marshell, G Diaz-Pulido, PJ Mumby
Ecology 93 (10), 2131-2138, 2012
High CO2 reduces the settlement of a spawning coral on three common species of crustose coralline algae
C Doropoulos, G Diaz-Pulido
Marine Ecology Progress Series 475, 93-99, 2013
Global mismatch of policy and research on drivers of biodiversity loss
T Mazor*, C Doropoulos*, F Schwarzmueller, DW Gladish, N Kumaran, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2, 1071–1074, 2018
Global disparity in the ecological benefits of reducing carbon emissions for coral reefs
JC Ortiz, YM Bozec, NH Wolff, C Doropoulos, PJ Mumby
Nature Climate Change 4, 1090–1094, 2014
Dual processes for cross-boundary subsidies: incorporation of nutrients from reef-derived kelp into a seagrass ecosystem
GA Hyndes, PS Lavery, C Doropoulos
Marine Ecology Progress Series 445, 97-107, 2011
Reef-scale failure of coral settlement following typhoon disturbance and macroalgal bloom in Palau, Western Pacific
C Doropoulos, G Roff, M Zupan, V Nestor, AL Isechal, PJ Mumby
Coral Reefs 33 (3), 613-623, 2014
Dietary preferences of two seagrass inhabiting gastropods: allochthonous vs autochthonous resources
C Doropoulos, GA Hyndes, PS Lavery, F Tuya
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 83 (1), 13-18, 2009
Phase shift facilitation following cyclone disturbance on coral reefs
G Roff, C Doropoulos, M Zupan, A Rogers, RS Steneck, Y Golbuu, ...
Oecologia 178 (4), 1193-1203, 2015
Impact of two sequential super typhoons on coral reef communities in Palau
M Gouezo, Y Golbuu, R van Woesik, L Rehm, S Koshiba, C Doropoulos
Marine Ecology Progress Series 540, 73-85, 2015
Exposure-driven macroalgal phase shift following catastrophic disturbance on coral reefs
G Roff, I Chollett, C Doropoulos, Y Golbuu, RS Steneck, AL Isechal, ...
Coral Reefs 34 (3), 715-725, 2015
Effects of ocean acidification on population dynamics and community structure of crustose coralline algae
A Ordonez, C Doropoulos, G Diaz-Pulido
The Biological Bulletin 226 (3), 255-268, 2014
Herbivores strongly influence algal recruitment in both coral-and algal-dominated coral reef habitats
C Doropoulos, GA Hyndes, D Abecasis, A Vergés
Marine Ecology Progress Series 486, 153-164, 2013
Density-dependent coral recruitment displays divergent responses during distinct early life-history stages
C Doropoulos, NR Evensen, LA Gómez-Lemos, RC Babcock
The Royal Society Open Science 4 (5), 170082, 2017
Sensitivity of coral recruitment to subtle shifts in early community succession
C Doropoulos, G Roff, MS Visser, PJ Mumby
Ecology 98 (2), 304-314, 2017
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