Steven E McMurray
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Redwood of the reef: growth and age of the giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta in the Florida Keys
SE McMurray, JE Blum, JR Pawlik
Marine Biology 155 (2), 159-171, 2008
1462008
Bleaching and stress in coral reef ecosystems: hsp70 expression by the giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta
S LÓPEZ‐LEGENTIL, B Song, SE MCMURRAY, JR PAWLIK
Molecular ecology 17 (7), 1840-1849, 2008
1092008
Demographics of increasing populations of the giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta in the Florida Keys
SE McMurray, TP Henkel, JR Pawlik
Ecology 91 (2), 560-570, 2010
1082010
Indirect effects of overfishing on Caribbean reefs: Sponges overgrow reef-building corals
TL Loh, SE McMurray, TP Henkel, J Vicente, JR Pawlik
PeerJ 3, e901, 2015
81*2015
Sizing ocean giants: patterns of intraspecific size variation in marine megafauna
CR Mcclain, MA Balk, MC Benfield, TA Branch, C Chen, J Cosgrove, ...
PeerJ 2, e715, 2015
672015
Sponge communities on Caribbean coral reefs are structured by factors that are top-down, not bottom-up
JR Pawlik, TL Loh, SE McMurray, CM Finelli
PLoS One 8 (5), e62573, 2013
672013
Patterns of sponge recruitment and growth on a shipwreck corroborate chemical defense resource trade-off
JR Pawlik, TP Henkel, SE McMurray, S López-Legentil, TL Loh, S Rohde
Marine Ecology Progress Series 368, 137-143, 2008
582008
Sponge orange band (SOB): a pathogenic-like condition of the giant barrel sponge, Xestospongia muta
JD Cowart, TP Henkel, SE McMurray, JR Pawlik
Coral Reefs 25 (4), 513-513, 2006
562006
A review of evidence for food limitation of sponges on Caribbean reefs
JR Pawlik, SE McMurray, P Erwin, S Zea
Marine Ecology Progress Series 519, 265-283, 2015
492015
Selective feeding by the giant barrel sponge enhances foraging efficiency
SE McMurray, ZI Johnson, DE Hunt, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Limnology and Oceanography 61 (4), 1271-1286, 2016
472016
Trait-mediated ecosystem impacts: how morphology and size affect pumping rates of the Caribbean giant barrel sponge
SE McMurray, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Aquatic Biology 23, 1-13, 2014
442014
Population dynamics of giant barrel sponges on Florida coral reefs
SE McMurray, CM Finelli, JR Pawlik
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473, 73-80, 2015
382015
Abiotic factors control sponge ecology in Florida mangroves
JR Pawlik, SE McMurray, TP Henkel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 339, 93-98, 2007
382007
A test of the sponge-loop hypothesis for emergent Caribbean reef sponges
SE McMurray, AD Stubler, PM Erwin, CM Finelli, JR Pawlik
Marine Ecology Progress Series 588, 1-14, 2018
372018
Bleaching of the giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta in the Florida Keys
SE McMurray, JE Blum, JJ Leichter, JR Pawlik
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (6), 2243-2250, 2011
302011
A review of bottom-up vs. top-down control of sponges on Caribbean fore-reefs: what’s old, what’s new, and future directions
JR Pawlik, TL Loh, SE McMurray
PeerJ 6, e4343, 2018
222018
Demography alters carbon flux for a dominant benthic suspension feeder, the giant barrel sponge, on Conch Reef, Florida Keys
SE McMurray, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Functional Ecology 31, 2188-2198, 2017
222017
No evidence for food limitation of Caribbean reef sponges: Reply to Slattery & Lesser (2015)
JR Pawlik, SE McMurray, P Erwin, S Zea
Marine Ecology Progress Series 527, 281-284, 2015
172015
The emerging ecological and biogeochemical importance of sponges on coral reefs
JR Pawlik, SE McMurray
Annual Review of Marine Science 12, 315-337, 2020
162020
Feeding and respiration by giant barrel sponges across a gradient of food abundance in the Red Sea
MK Wooster, SE McMurray, JR Pawlik, XAG Morán, ML Berumen
Limnology and Oceanography 64 (4), 1790-1801, 2019
132019
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