Glenn De'ath
Glenn De'ath
Principal Research Scientist
Verified email at aims.gov.au
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Classification and regression trees: a powerful yet simple technique for ecological data analysis
G De'ath, KE Fabricius
Ecology 81 (11), 3178-3192, 2000
31802000
The 27–year decline of coral cover on the Great Barrier Reef and its causes
G De’ath, KE Fabricius, H Sweatman, M Puotinen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (44), 17995-17999, 2012
13222012
Multivariate regression trees: a new technique for modeling species–environment relationships
G De'Ath
Ecology 83 (4), 1105-1117, 2002
12372002
Boosted trees for ecological modeling and prediction
G De'Ath
Ecology 88 (1), 243-251, 2007
9232007
Losers and winners in coral reefs acclimatized to elevated carbon dioxide concentrations
KE Fabricius, C Langdon, S Uthicke, C Humphrey, S Noonan, G De’ath, ...
Nature Climate Change 1 (3), 165-169, 2011
8682011
Declining coral calcification on the Great Barrier Reef
G De'ath, JM Lough, KE Fabricius
Science 323 (5910), 116-119, 2009
7262009
Establishing representative no‐take areas in the Great Barrier Reef: large‐scale implementation of theory on marine protected areas
L Fernandes, JON Day, A Lewis, S Slegers, B Kerrigan, DAN Breen, ...
Conservation biology 19 (6), 1733-1744, 2005
6502005
A comparison of the 1998 and 2002 coral bleaching events on the Great Barrier Reef: spatial correlation, patterns, and predictions
R Berkelmans, G De’ath, S Kininmonth, WJ Skirving
Coral reefs 23 (1), 74-83, 2004
5342004
Changes in algal, coral and fish assemblages along water quality gradients on the inshore Great Barrier Reef
K Fabricius, G De’ath, L McCook, E Turak, DMB Williams
Marine pollution bulletin 51 (1-4), 384-398, 2005
4702005
Recognition and selection of settlement substrata determine post‐settlement survival in corals
L Harrington, K Fabricius, G De'Ath, A Negri
Ecology 85 (12), 3428-3437, 2004
4222004
Water quality as a regional driver of coral biodiversity and macroalgae on the Great Barrier Reef
G De'ath, K Fabricius
Ecological Applications 20 (3), 840-850, 2010
3922010
Comparison of baited remote underwater video stations (BRUVS) and prawn (shrimp) trawls for assessments of fish biodiversity in inter-reefal areas of the Great Barrier Reef …
M Cappo, P Speare, G De'ath
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 302 (2), 123-152, 2004
3892004
Are increased nutrient inputs responsible for more outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfish? An appraisal of the evidence
J Brodie, K Fabricius, G De’ath, K Okaji
Marine pollution bulletin 51 (1-4), 266-278, 2005
3642005
Declining coral calcification in massive Porites in two nearshore regions of the northern Great Barrier Reef
TF Cooper, G De'Ath, KE Fabricius, JM Lough
Global Change Biology 14 (3), 529-538, 2008
3192008
Three lines of evidence to link outbreaks of the crown-of-thorns seastar Acanthaster planci to the release of larval food limitation
KE Fabricius, K Okaji, G De’Ath
Coral Reefs 29 (3), 593-605, 2010
2922010
Identifying ecological change and its causes: a case study on coral reefs
KE Fabricius, G De'Ath
Ecological Applications 14 (5), 1448-1465, 2004
270*2004
Environmental factors associated with the spatial distribution of crustose coralline algae on the Great Barrier Reef
K Fabricius, G De'Ath
Coral Reefs 19 (4), 303-309, 2001
2392001
Species richness and community structure of reef-building corals on the nearshore Great Barrier Reef
LM DeVantier, G De’Ath, E Turak, TJ Done, KE Fabricius
Coral reefs 25 (3), 329-340, 2006
2012006
Spatial and temporal patterns of near-surface chlorophyll a in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
J Brodie, G De’Ath, M Devlin, M Furnas, M Wright
Marine and Freshwater Research 58 (4), 342-353, 2007
1902007
Ecological effects of ocean acidification and habitat complexity on reef-associated macroinvertebrate communities
KE Fabricius, G De'ath, S Noonan, S Uthicke
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1775), 20132479, 2014
1792014
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