Thomas C Adam
Thomas C Adam
Assistant Research Biologist, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Herbivory, connectivity, and ecosystem resilience: response of a coral reef to a large-scale perturbation
TC Adam, RJ Schmitt, SJ Holbrook, AJ Brooks, PJ Edmunds, ...
PloS one 6 (8), e23717, 2011
Herbivory and the resilience of Caribbean coral reefs: knowledge gaps and implications for management
TC Adam, DE Burkepile, BI Ruttenberg, MJ Paddack
Marine Ecology Progress Series 520, 1-20, 2015
Nitrogen pollution interacts with heat stress to increase coral bleaching across the seascape
MK Donovan, TC Adam, AA Shantz, KE Speare, KS Munsterman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (10), 5351-5357, 2020
Resource partitioning along multiple niche axes drives functional diversity in parrotfishes on Caribbean coral reefs
TC Adam, M Kelley, BI Ruttenberg, DE Burkepile
Oecologia 179, 1173-1185, 2015
Recruitment drives spatial variation in recovery rates of resilient coral reefs
SJ Holbrook, TC Adam, PJ Edmunds, RJ Schmitt, RC Carpenter, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 7338, 2018
Coral reef resilience, tipping points and the strength of herbivory
SJ Holbrook, RJ Schmitt, TC Adam, AJ Brooks
Scientific reports 6 (1), 35817, 2016
Nitrogen identity drives differential impacts of nutrients on coral bleaching and mortality
DE Burkepile, AA Shantz, TC Adam, KS Munsterman, KE Speare, ...
Ecosystems 23, 798-811, 2020
Comparative analysis of foraging behavior and bite mechanics reveals complex functional diversity among Caribbean parrotfishes
TC Adam, A Duran, CE Fuchs, MV Roycroft, MC Rojas, BI Ruttenberg, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 597, 207-220, 2018
Experimental support for alternative attractors on coral reefs
RJ Schmitt, SJ Holbrook, SL Davis, AJ Brooks, TC Adam
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (10), 4372-4381, 2019
Landscape‐scale patterns of nutrient enrichment in a coral reef ecosystem: implications for coral to algae phase shifts
TC Adam, DE Burkepile, SJ Holbrook, RC Carpenter, J Claudet, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (1), e2227, 2021
How will coral reef fish communities respond to climate-driven disturbances? Insight from landscape-scale perturbations
TC Adam, AJ Brooks, SJ Holbrook, RJ Schmitt, L Washburn, G Bernardi
Oecologia 176, 285-296, 2014
Response of herbivore functional groups to sequential perturbations in Moorea, French Polynesia
X Han, TC Adam, RJ Schmitt, AJ Brooks, SJ Holbrook
Coral Reefs, 1-11, 2016
Coral microbiomes demonstrate flexibility and resilience through a reduction in community diversity following a thermal stress event
RL Maher, ER Schmeltzer, S Meiling, R McMinds, L Ezzat, AA Shantz, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 555698, 2020
Size‐dependent mortality of corals during marine heatwave erodes recovery capacity of a coral reef
KE Speare, TC Adam, EM Winslow, HS Lenihan, DE Burkepile
Global Change Biology 28 (4), 1342-1358, 2022
Feeding behavior in Caribbean surgeonfishes varies across fish size, algal abundance, and habitat characteristics
A Duran, TC Adam, L Palma, S Moreno, L Collado‐Vides, DE Burkepile
Marine Ecology 40 (4), e12561, 2019
Identity of coral reef herbivores drives variation in ecological processes over multiple spatial scales
BI Ruttenberg, TC Adam, A Duran, DE Burkepile
Ecological Applications 29 (4), e01893, 2019
Competition encourages cooperation: client fish receive higher-quality service when cleaner fish compete
TC Adam
Animal Behaviour 79 (6), 1183-1189, 2010
Mensch und Natur: das Primat des Íkonomischen. Entstehen, Bedrohung und Schutz von Kulturlandschaften aus dem Geiste materieller Interessen
T Adam
Natur und Landschaft 71 (4), 155-159, 1996
Macroalgae size refuge from herbivory promotes alternative stable states on coral reefs
CJ Briggs, TC Adam, SJ Holbrook, RJ Schmitt
PLoS One 13 (9), e0202273, 2018
Species-specific patterns in corallivory and spongivory among Caribbean parrotfishes
DE Burkepile, TC Adam, M Roycroft, MC Ladd, KS Munsterman, ...
Coral Reefs 38, 417-423, 2019
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