Maya Srinivasan
Maya Srinivasan
College of Marine and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University
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Coral decline threatens fish biodiversity in marine reserves
GP Jones, MI McCormick, M Srinivasan, JV Eagle
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (21), 8251-8253, 2004
Larval export from marine reserves and the recruitment benefit for fish and fisheries
HB Harrison, DH Williamson, RD Evans, GR Almany, SR Thorrold, ...
Current biology 22 (11), 1023-1028, 2012
Population connectivity and conservation of marine biodiversity
GP Jones, M Srinivasan, GR Almany
Oceanography 20 (3), 100-111, 2007
Coral reef fish smell leaves to find island homes
DL Dixson, GP Jones, PL Munday, S Planes, MS Pratchett, M Srinivasan, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1653), 2831-2839, 2008
Larval fish dispersal in a coral-reef seascape
GR Almany, S Planes, SR Thorrold, ML Berumen, M Bode, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 1 (6), 0148, 2017
Interactive effects of interspecific competition and microhabitat on early post-settlement survival in a coral reef fish
MC Bonin, M Srinivasan, GR Almany, GP Jones
Coral Reefs 28, 265-274, 2009
Depth distributions of coral reef fishes: the influence of microhabitat structure, settlement, and post-settlement processes
M Srinivasan
Oecologia 137, 76-84, 2003
Extended breeding and recruitment periods of fishes on a low latitude coral reef
M Srinivasan, GP Jones
Coral Reefs 25, 673-682, 2006
Reef fishes in biodiversity hotspots are at greatest risk from loss of coral species
SJ Holbrook, RJ Schmitt, V Messmer, AJ Brooks, GP Jones, M Srinivasan
PLoS One 10 (5), 1-12, 2015
Experimental evaluation of the roles of habitat selection and interspecific competition in determining patterns of host use by two anemonefishes
M Srinivasan, GP Jones, MJ Caley
Marine Ecology Progress Series 186, 283-292, 1999
Coral-dwelling fishes resistant to bleaching but not to mortality of host corals
MC Bonin, PL Munday, MI McCormick, M Srinivasan, GP Jones
Marine Ecology Progress Series 394, 215-222, 2009
Biogeography and the structure of coral reef fish communities on isolated islands
JPA Hobbs, GP Jones, PL Munday, SR Connolly, M Srinivasan
Journal of Biogeography 39 (1), 130-139, 2012
First genealogy for a wild marine fish population reveals multigenerational philopatry
OC Salles, B Pujol, JA Maynard, GR Almany, ML Berumen, GP Jones, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (46), 13245-13250, 2016
Terrestrial chemical cues help coral reef fish larvae locate settlement habitat surrounding islands
DL Dixson, GP Jones, PL Munday, MS Pratchett, M Srinivasan, S Planes, ...
Ecology and evolution 1 (4), 586-595, 2011
Ecological versatility and its importance for the distribution and abundance of coral reef wrasses
C Berkström, GP Jones, MI McCormick, M Srinivasan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 461, 151-163, 2012
Recruitment hotspots boost the effectiveness of no-take marine reserves
CKC Wen, GR Almany, DH Williamson, MS Pratchett, TD Mannering, ...
Biological Conservation 166, 124-131, 2013
Ecological and social constraints combine to promote evolution of non-breeding strategies in clownfish
R Branconi, TA Barbasch, RK Francis, M Srinivasan, GP Jones, ...
Communications biology 3 (1), 649, 2020
Strong habitat and weak genetic effects shape the lifetime reproductive success in a wild clownfish population
OC Salles, GR Almany, ML Berumen, GP Jones, P Saenz‐Agudelo, ...
Ecology letters 23 (2), 265-273, 2020
Substantial plasticity of reproduction and parental care in response to local resource availability in a wild clownfish population
TA Barbasch, T Rueger, M Srinivasan, MYL Wong, GP Jones, PM Buston
Oikos 129 (12), 1844-1855, 2020
Host anemone size as a determinant of social group size and structure in the orange clownfish (Amphiprion percula)
J Chausson, M Srinivasan, GP Jones
PeerJ 6, e5841, 2018
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