Alistair Cheal
Alistair Cheal
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Resilience to large‐scale disturbance in coral and fish assemblages on the Great Barrier Reef
A Halford, AJ Cheal, D Ryan, DMB Williams
Ecology 85 (7), 1892-1905, 2004
Coral–macroalgal phase shifts or reef resilience: links with diversity and functional roles of herbivorous fishes on the Great Barrier Reef
AJ Cheal, MA MacNeil, E Cripps, MJ Emslie, M Jonker, B Schaffelke, ...
Coral reefs 29 (4), 1005-1015, 2010
Habitat utilization by coral reef fish: implications for specialists vs. generalists in a changing environment
SK Wilson, SC Burgess, AJ Cheal, M Emslie, R Fisher, I Miller, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 220-228, 2008
Marine protected areas increase resilience among coral reef communities
C Mellin, M Aaron MacNeil, AJ Cheal, MJ Emslie, M Julian Caley
Ecology letters 19 (6), 629-637, 2016
Long-term monitoring of the Great Barrier Reef
H Sweatman, S Burgess, AJ Cheal, G Coleman, JSC Delean, MJ Emslie, ...
Australian Institute of Marine Scienc, 2005
Rapid increase in fish numbers follows creation of world's largest marine reserve network
GR Russ, AJ Cheal, AM Dolman, MJ Emslie, RD Evans, I Miller, ...
Current Biology 18 (12), R514-R515, 2008
The threat to coral reefs from more intense cyclones under climate change
AJ Cheal, MA MacNeil, MJ Emslie, H Sweatman
Global change biology 23 (4), 1511-1524, 2017
Behavioural impairment in reef fishes caused by ocean acidification at CO2 seeps
PL Munday, AJ Cheal, DL Dixson, JL Rummer, KE Fabricius
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 487-492, 2014
Spatial variation in the functional characteristics of herbivorous fish communities and the resilience of coral reefs
AJ Cheal, M Emslie, MA MacNeil, I Miller, H Sweatman
Ecological Applications 23 (1), 174-188, 2013
Estimating diet composition of the Australian sea lion (Neophoa cinerea) from scat analysis: an unrliable technique
NJ Gales, AJ Cheal
Wildlife Research 19 (4), 447-455, 1992
Recovery from disturbance of coral and reef fish communities on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
MJ Emslie, AJ Cheal, H Sweatman, S Delean
Marine Ecology Progress Series 371, 177-190, 2008
Expectations and outcomes of reserve network performance following re-zoning of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
MJ Emslie, M Logan, DH Williamson, AM Ayling, MA MacNeil, ...
Current Biology 25 (8), 983-992, 2015
Maintenance of fish diversity on disturbed coral reefs
SK Wilson, AM Dolman, AJ Cheal, MJ Emslie, MS Pratchett, ...
Coral reefs 28 (1), 3-14, 2009
Crucial knowledge gaps in current understanding of climate change impacts on coral reef fishes
SK Wilson, M Adjeroud, DR Bellwood, ML Berumen, D Booth, YM Bozec, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (6), 894-900, 2010
The distribution of herbivorous fishes on the Great Barrier Reef
A Cheal, M Emslie, I Miller, H Sweatman
Marine Biology 159 (5), 1143-1154, 2012
Comparing visual counts of coral reef fish: implications of transect width and species selection
AJ Cheal, AA Thompson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 158, 241-248, 1997
Responses of coral and fish assemblages to a severe but short-lived tropical cyclone on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
A Cheal, G Coleman, S Delean, I Miller, K Osborne, H Sweatman
Coral reefs 21 (2), 131-142, 2002
Responses of reef fish communities to coral declines on the Great Barrier Reef
AJ Cheal, SK Wilson, MJ Emslie, AM Dolman, H Sweatman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 372, 211-223, 2008
Spatial synchrony in coral reef fish populations and the influence of climate
AJ Cheal, S Delean, H Sweatman, AA Thompson
Ecology 88 (1), 158-169, 2007
Retention of habitat complexity minimizes disassembly of reef fish communities following disturbance: a large-scale natural experiment
MJ Emslie, AJ Cheal, KA Johns
PLoS One 9 (8), e105384, 2014
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