Caitlin Fong
Caitlin Fong
California State University Northridge
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Growth, nutrient storage, and release of dissolved organic nitrogen by Enteromorpha intestinalis in response to pulses of nitrogen and phosphorus
P Fong, JJ Fong, CR Fong
Aquatic Botany 78 (1), 83-95, 2004
The evolution of phototransduction from an ancestral cyclic nucleotide gated pathway
DC Plachetzki, CR Fong, TH Oakley
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1690), 1963-1969, 2010
Cnidocyte discharge is regulated by light and opsin-mediated phototransduction
DC Plachetzki, CR Fong, TH Oakley
BMC biology 10 (1), 1-10, 2012
Simultaneous synergist, antagonistic, and additive interactions between multiple local stressors all degrade algal turf communities on coral reefs
CR Fong, SJ Bittick, P Fong
Journal of Ecology, 2018
Why species matter: an experimental assessment of assumptions and predictive ability of two functional‐group models
CR Fong, P Fong
Ecology 95 (8), 2055-2061, 2014
Extreme rainfall events pulse substantial nutrients and sediments from terrestrial to nearshore coastal communities: a case study from French Polynesia
CR Fong, CJ Gaynus, RC Carpenter
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 2955, 2020
Nutrient fluctuations in marine systems: Press versus pulse nutrient subsidies affect producer competition and diversity in estuaries and coral reefs
CR Fong, P Fong
Estuaries and coasts 41, 421-429, 2018
Bolstered physical defences under nutrient‐enriched conditions may facilitate a secondary foundational algal species in the South Pacific
SJ Bittick, RJ Clausing, CR Fong, P Fong
Journal of Ecology 104 (3), 646-653, 2016
A rapidly expanding macroalga acts as a foundational species providing trophic support and habitat in the South Pacific
SJ Bittick, RJ Clausing, CR Fong, SR Scoma, P Fong
Ecosystems 22, 165-173, 2019
When form does not predict function: empirical evidence violates functional form hypotheses for marine macroalgae
ER Ryznar, P Fong, CR Fong
Journal of Ecology, 2020
Sediments influence accumulation of two macroalgal species through novel but differing interactions with nutrients and herbivory
RJ Clausing, SJ Bittick, CR Fong, P Fong
Coral Reefs, 1-13, 2016
Size matters: experimental partitioning of the strength of fish herbivory on a fringing coral reef in M oorea, F rench P olynesia
P Fong, NM Frazier, C Tompkins‐Cook, R Muthukrishnan, CR Fong
Marine Ecology 37 (5), 933-942, 2016
Complex interactions among stressors evolve over time to drive shifts from short turfs to macroalgae on tropical reefs
CR Fong, CJ Gaynus, RC Carpenter
Ecosphere 11 (5), e03130, 2020
Epibionts on Turbinaria ornata, a secondary foundational macroalga on coral reefs, provide diverse trophic support to fishes
CR Fong, KS Chancellor, JJ Renzi, RR De’Marcus, PH Barber, SY Habtes, ...
Marine environmental research 141, 39-43, 2018
Nutrients induce and herbivores maintain thallus toughness, a structural anti-herbivory defense in Turbinaria ornata
JL Bergman, BN Dang, MM Tabatabaee, MM McGowan, CR Fong, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 559, 35-43, 2016
Location, location, location: small shifts in collection site result in large intraspecific differences in macroalgal palatability
KN Keeley, JD Stroh, DSC Tran, CR Fong, P Fong
Coral Reefs 34 (2), 607-610, 2015
Two’s a crowd? Crowding effect in a parasitic castrator drives differences in reproductive resource allocation in single vs double infections
Structural complexity shapes the behavior and abundance of a common herbivorous fish, increasing herbivory on a turf-dominated, fringing reef
J Santano, IA Milton, B Navarro, RM Warren, PH Barber, P Fong, CR Fong
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 537, 151515, 2021
Empirical data demonstrates risk-tradeoffs between landscapes for herbivorous fish may promote reef resilience
CR Fong, M Frias, N Goody, SJ Bittick, P Fong
Marine Environmental Research 133, 1-128, 2018
High Density and Strong Aggregation Do Not Increase Prevalence of the Isopod Hemioniscus Balani , a Parasite of the Acorn Barnacle Chthamalus Fissus in …
CR Fong
Journal of Crustacean Biology 36 (1), 46-49, 2016
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