Clarissa Fraser
Clarissa Fraser
Unknown affiliation
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Trying to fit in: are patterns of orientation of a keystone grazer set by behavioural responses to ecosystem engineers or wave action?
CML Fraser, RA Coleman, F Seebacher
Oecologia 174 (1), 67-75, 2014
162014
Up or down? Limpet orientation on steeply sloped substrata
CML Fraser, RA Coleman, JC Klein
Aquatic Biology 11 (1), 91-98, 2010
132010
Urban blue: A global analysis of the factors shaping people's perceptions of the marine environment and ecological engineering in harbours
EMA Strain, KA Alexander, S Kienker, R Morris, R Jarvis, R Coleman, ...
Science of The Total Environment 658, 1293-1305, 2019
122019
Orientation in a keystone grazer: interactions between habitat and individual identity drive patterns of resting behaviour
CML Fraser, RA Coleman, F Seebacher
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 522, 145-156, 2015
62015
Facing the Heat: Does Desiccation and Thermal Stress Explain Patterns of Orientation in an Intertidal Invertebrate?
CML Fraser, F Seebacher, J Lathlean, RA Coleman
PloS one 11 (3), e0150200, 2016
52016
Orientation of a keystone grazer: behavioural mechanisms, physiological consequences and ecological implications
C Fraser
University of Sydney, 2014
52014
Strong patterns of head orientation in Patella spp. of the UK
CML Fraser
Molluscan Research 34 (2), 98-101, 2014
42014
Too hot for sex: mating behaviour and fitness in the intertidal barnacle Fistulobalanus albicostatus under extreme heat stress
CML Fraser, BKK Chan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 610, 99-108, 2019
22019
Self-ordering in the distribution of limpets: The role of previous occupants
RA Coleman, ERM Williams, CML Fraser
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471, 23-29, 2015
12015
Inter-individual variation partially explains patterns of orientation on steeply sloped substrata in a keystone grazer, the limpet Cellana tramoserica
CML Fraser, RA Coleman, F Seebacher
Aquatic Ecology 49 (2), 189-197, 2015
12015
The overlooked role of taphonomy in ecology: post‐mortem processes can outweigh recruitment effects on community functions
K Liversage, J Kotta, CMK Fraser, WF Figueira, RA Coleman
Oikos, 2019
2019
Data associated with Facing the heat: does desiccation and thermal stress explain
C Fraser, R Coleman, F Seebacher, J Lathlean
2016
It's not where you are, it's what you do after that matters: Tide-in patterns of orientation do not predict where or when limpets forage
CML Fraser, RA Coleman, F Seebacher
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 471, 119-125, 2015
2015
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