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Little, C., Rizzuto, M., Luhring, T., Monk, J., Nowicki, R., Paseka, R., Stegen, J., Symons, C., Taub, F., Yen, J. 2022. “Movement with meaning: integrating information into meta‐ecology“. Oikos.

Burnham, K., Nowicki, R., Hall, E., Pi, J., Page, H. 2022. “Effects of ocean acidification on the performance and interaction of fleshy macroalgae and a grazing sea urchin“. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

Nowicki, R., Thomson, J., Fourqurean, J., Wirsing, A., and Heithaus, M.  2021. “Loss of predation risk from apex predators can exacerbate marine tropicalization caused by extreme climatic events“. Journal of Animal Ecology.

Papke, E., Wallace, B., Hamlyn, S. and Nowicki, R. 2021. “Differential Effects of Substrate Type and Genet on Growth of Microfragments of Acropora palmata“. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Koch, H., Wallace, B., DeMerlis, A., Clark, A., and Nowicki, R. 2021. “3D Scanning as a Tool to Measure Growth Rates of Live Coral Microfragments Used for Coral Reef Restoration“. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Graham, E., Averill, C., Bond-Lamberty, B., Knelman, J., Krause, S., Peralta, A., Shade, A., Smith, P., Cheng, S., Fanin, N., Freund, C., Garcia, P., Gibbons, S., Van Goethem, M., Guebila, B., Kemppinen, J., Nowicki, R., Pausas,  J., Reed, S., Rocca, Sengupta, A., Sihi, D., Simonin, M., Slowinski, M., Spawn, S., Sutherland, I., Tonkins, J., Wisnoski, N., Zipper, S., Contributor Consortium.  2021. “Towards a Generalizable Framework of Disturbance Ecology Through Crowdsourced Science“.  Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.

Matich, P., Nowicki, R., Davis, J., Mohan, J., Plumlee, J., Strickland, B., TinHan, T., Wells, R., Fisher, M. 2020. “Does proximity to freshwater refuge affect the size structure of an estuarine predator (Carcharhinus leucas) in the north-western Gulf of Mexico?“. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Nowicki R., M. Heithaus, J. Thomson, D. Burkholder, K. Gastrich, and A. Wirsing. 2019.  “Indirect legacy effects of an extreme climactic event on a marine megafaunal community“. Ecological Monographs.

Kendrick, G.A., Nowicki, R., Olsen, Y.S., Strydom, S., Fraser, M.W., Sinclair, E.A., Statton, J., Hovey, R.K., Thomson, J.A., Burkholder, D. and McMahon, K.M., 2019. “A Systematic Review of How Multiple Stressors From an Extreme Event Drove Ecosystem-Wide Loss of Resilience in an Iconic Seagrass Community“.  Frontiers in Marine Science.

Nowicki, R., Heithaus, M., Fourqurean, J.  2018.The role of consumers in structuring seagrass ecosystems: direct and indirect mechanisms“.  Biology of Seagrasses, Second edition. Springer.

Nowicki, R., Burkholder, D., Thomson, J., Fourqurean, J., Heithaus, M. 2017. “Predicting seagrass recovery times and their implications following an extreme climate event“. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Ferreira, L., Thums, M., Heithaus, M., Barnett, A., Abrantes, K., Holmes, B., Zamora, L., Frisch, A., Pepperel, J., Burkholder, D., Vaudo, J., Nowicki, R., Meeuwig, J., and Meekan, M. 2017. “The trophic role of a large marine predator, the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier“.  Scientific Reports.

Nowicki, R. 2016. “Effects of catastrophic seagrass loss and predation risk on the ecological structure and resilience of a model seagrass ecosystem“.  PhD Dissertation.

Stroud, J.T., Bush, M., Ladd, M., Lemoine, N., Nowicki, R., Shantz, A., Sweatman, A.  2015. “Is a community still a community? Reviewing definitions of key terms in community ecology“. Ecology and Evolution.