Publications

Peer-reviewed papers

  1. Madin E.M.P., A.R. Harborne, A.M.T. Harmer, O.J. Luiz, T.B. Atwood, B.J. Sullivan, and J.S. Madin. 2019. Marine reserves shape seascapes on scales visible from space. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286, 20190053.

  2. Madin, E.M.P., K. Precoda, A.R. Harborne, T.B. Atwood, C.M. Roelfsema, and O.J. Luiz. 2019. Multi-trophic species interactions shape seascape-scale coral reef vegetation patterns. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 102

  3. Perry, C.T., M.A. Salter, K.M. Morgan, and A.R. Harborne. 2019. Census estimates of algal and epiphytic carbonate production highlight tropical seagrass meadows as sediment production hotspots. Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 120.

  4. Atwood, T.B., E.M.P. Madin, A.R. Harborne, E. Hammill, O.J. Luiz, Q.R. Ollivier, C.M. Roelfsema, P.I. Macreadie, and C.E. Lovelock. 2018. Predators shape sedimentary organic carbon storage in a coral reef ecosystem. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 110.

  5. Salter, M.A., C.T. Perry, R.D. Stuart-Smith, G.J. Edgar, R.W. Wilson, and A.R. Harborne. 2018. Reef fish carbonate production assessments highlight regional variation in sedimentary significance. Geology. 46, 699–702

  6. Harborne, A.R., A.L. Green, N.A. Peterson, M. Beger, Y. Golbuu, P. Houk, M.D. Spalding, B.M. Taylor, E. Terk, E.A. Treml, S. Victor, L. Vigliola, I.D. Williams, N.H. Wolff, P.S.E. zu Ermgassen, and P.J. Mumby. 2018. Modelling and mapping regional-scale patterns of fishing impact and fish stocks to support coral-reef management in Micronesia. Diversity and Distributions. 24, 1729-1743.

  7. Gordon, T.A.C., H.R. Harding, F.K. Clever, I.K. Davidson, W. Davison, D.W. Montgomery, R.C. Weatherhead, F.M. Windsor, J.D. Armstrong, A. Bardonnet, E. Bergman, J.R. Britton, I.M. Côté, D. D’Agostino, L.A. Greenberg, A.R. Harborne, K.K. Kahilainen, N.B. Metcalfe, S.C. Mills, N.J. Milner, F.H. Mittermayer, L. Montorio, S.L. Nedelec, J.M. Prokkola, L.A. Rutterford, A.G.V. Salvanes, S.D. Simpson, A. Vainikka, J.K. Pinnegar, and E.M. Santos. 2018. Fishes in a changing world: learning from the past to promote sustainability of fish populations. Journal of Fish Biology. 92, 804–827.

  8. Ollivier, Q.R., E. Hammill, D.J. Booth, E.M.P. Madin, C. Hinchliffe, A.R. Harborne, C.E. Lovelock, P.I. Macreadie, and T.B. Atwood. 2018. Benthic meiofaunal community response to the cascading effects of herbivory within an algal halo system of the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE. 13, e0193932.

  9. González-Rivero, M., A.R. Harborne, A. Herrera-Reveles, Y.-M. Bozec, A. Rogers, A. Friedman, A. Ganase, and O. Hoegh-Guldberg. 2017. Linking fishes to multiple metrics of coral reef structural complexity using three-dimensional technology. Scientific Reports.  7, 13965.

  10. Davis, J.P., K.A. Pitt, A.D. Olds, A.R. Harborne, and R.M. Connolly. 2017. Seagrass corridors and tidal state modify how fish use habitats on intertidal coral reef flats. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 581, 135–147.

  11. Salter, M.A., A.R. Harborne, C.T. Perry, and R.W. Wilson. 2017. Phase heterogeneity in carbonate production by marine fish influences their roles in sediment generation and the inorganic carbon cycle. Scientific Reports. 7, 765.

  12. Harborne, A.R., A. Rogers, Y-M Bozec, and P.J. Mumby. 2017. Multiple stressors and the functioning of coral reefs. Annual Review of Marine Science. 9, 445-468.

  13. Harborne A.R., J.D. Selwyn, J.M. Lawson and M. Gallo. 2017. Environmental drivers of diurnal visits by transient predatory fishes to Caribbean patch reefs. Journal of Fish Biology. 90, 265-282.

  14. Brown, C.J., A.R. Harborne, C.B. Paris, and P.J. Mumby. 2016. Uniting paradigms of connectivity in marine ecology. Ecology. 97, 2447-2457.

  15. Eaton, L., K.A. Sloman, R.W. Wilson, A.B. Gill, and Harborne, A.R. 2016. Non-consumptive effects of native and invasive predators on juvenile Caribbean parrotfish. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 99, 499-508.

  16. Harborne, A.R. and B.A. Tholan. 2016. Tool use by Choerodon cyanodus when handling vertebrate prey. Coral Reefs. 35, 1069 .

  17. Hedley, J.D., C.M. Roelfsema, I. Chollett, A.R. Harborne, S.F. Heron, S. Weeks, W.J. Skirving, A.E. Strong, C.M. Eakin, T. Christensen, V. Ticzon, S. Bejarano, and P.J. Mumby. 2016. Remote sensing of coral reefs for monitoring and management: A review. Remote Sensing. 8, 118; doi:10.3390/rs8020118.

  18. Harborne, A.R., I. Nagelkerken, N.H. Wolff, Y-M Bozec, M. Dorenbosch, M.G.G. Grol, and P.J. Mumby. 2015. Direct and indirect effects of nursery habitats on coral-reef fish assemblages, grazing pressure and benthic dynamics. Oikos. 125, 957–967 .

  19. Harborne, A.R., B. Talwar, and E.J. Brooks. 2016. The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 26, 202–211.

  20. Cordeiro, C.A.M.M., T.C. Mendes, A.R. Harborne, and C.E.L. Ferreira. 2016. Spatial distribution of nominally herbivorous fishes across environmental gradients on Brazilian rocky reefs. Journal of Fish Biology. 89, 939–958.

  21. Rogers, A., A.R. Harborne, C.J. Brown, Y-M. Bozec, C. Castro, I. Chollett, K. Hock, C. Knowland, A. Marshell, J.C. Ortiz, T. Razak, G. Roff, J. Samper-Villarreal, M.I. Saunders, N. Wolff, and P.J. Mumby. 2015. Anticipative management for coral reef ecosystem services in the 21st century. Global Change Biology. 21, 504-514.

  22. O’Farrell, S., A.R. Harborne, Y-M. Bozec, B.E. Luckhurst, and P.J. Mumby. 2015. Protection of functionally important parrotfishes increases their biomass but fails to deliver enhanced recruitment. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 522, 245–254.

  23. Igulu, M.M., I. Nagelkerken, M. Dorenbosch, M.G.G. Grol, A.R. Harbone, I.A. Kimirei, P.J. Mumby, A.D. Olds, and Y.D. Mgaya. 2014. Mangrove habitat use by juvenile reef fish: meta-analysis reveals that tidal regime matters more than biogeographic region. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114715. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114715.

  24. Bridge, T., R. Ferrari, M. Bryson, R. Hovey, W. Figueira, S. Williams, A.R. Harborne, M. Byrne. 2014. Variable responses of benthic communities on a high-latitude reef to a coral bleaching event. PLoS ONE. 9(11): e113079. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0113079.

  25. Cordeiro, C.A.M.M., A.R. Harborne and C.E.L. Ferreira. 2014. Controls of the distribution and composition of sea urchin assemblages on Brazilian subtropical rocky reefs. Marine Biology 161, 2221-2232.

  26. Micheli, F., P.J. Mumby, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, C.P. Dahlgren, A.R. Harborne, K.E. Holmes, C.V. Kappel, S.Y. Litvin, and J.N. Sanchirico. 2014. High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs. Biological Conservation 171, 186–194.

  27. Harborne, A.R. 2013. The ecology, behaviour and physiology of fishes on coral reef flats, and the potential impacts of climate change. Journal of Fish Biology 83, 417-447.

  28. Roff, G., Wabnitz C.C.C., Harborne A.R., and P.J. Mumby. 2013. Macroalgal associations of motile epifaunal invertebrate communities on coral reefs. Marine Ecology-an Evolutionary Perspective 34, 409-419.

  29. Harborne, A.R., H.L. Jelks, W.F. Smith-Vaniz, and L.A. Rocha. 2012. Abiotic and biotic controls of cryptobenthic fish assemblages across a Caribbean seascape. Coral Reefs 31, 977-990.

  30. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, and R. Ferrari Legorretta. 2012. The effectiveness of different meso-scale rugosity metrics for predicting intra-habitat variation in coral-reef fish assemblages. Environmental Biology of Fishes 95, 431-442.

  31. Harborne, A.R. 2012. Seasonal variation in the functional response of a coral-reef piscivore alters the inverse density-dependent mortality of its prey. Coral Reefs 31, 247-251.

  32. Mumby, P.J., R.S. Steneck, A.J. Edwards, R. Ferrari, J.P. Gibson, A.R. Harborne, R. Coleman. 2012. Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades. Marine Ecology Progress Series 445, 13-24.

  33. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, E.V. Kennedy, and R. Ferrari. 2011. Biotic and multi-scale abiotic controls of habitat quality: their effect on coral-reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 437, 201-214.

  34. Harborne, A.R., and P.J. Mumby. 2011. Novel ecosystems: Atlantic fish assemblages in warming waters. Current Biology 21, R822-R824.

  35. Perry, C.T., M. Salter, A.R. Harborne, S.F. Crowley, H.L. Jelks, and R.W. Wilson. 2011. Fish as major carbonate mud producers and new components of the tropical carbonate factory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 108, 3865-3869.

  36. Mumby, P.J., A.R. Harborne, and D.R. Brumbaugh. 2011. Grouper as a natural biocontrol of invasive lionfish. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21510. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021510.

  37. Mumby, P.J. and A.R. Harborne. 2010. Marine reserves enhance the recovery of corals on Caribbean reefs. PLoS ONE 5(1): e8657. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0008657.

  38. Wilson, S.K., M. Adjeroud, D.R. Bellwood, M.L. Berumen, D. Booth, Y.-M. Bozec, P. Chabanet, A. Cheal, J. Cinner, M. Depczynski, D.A. Feary, M. Gagliano, N.A.J. Graham, A.R. Halford, B.S. Halpern, A.R. Harborne, A.S. Hoey, S. Holbrook, G.P. Jones, M. Kulbiki, Y. Letourneur, T. Lison De Loma, T. McClanahan, M.I. McCormick, M.G. Meekan, P.J. Mumby, P.L. Munday, M.C. Öhman, M.S. Pratchett, B. Riegl, M. Sano, R.J. Schmitt, and C. Syms. 2010. Critical knowledge gaps in current understanding of climate change impacts on coral reef fishes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213, 894-900.

  39. Harborne, A.R., P.G. Renaud, E.H.M. Tyler, and P.J. Mumby[2]. 2009. Reduced density of the herbivorous urchin Diadema antillarum inside a Caribbean marine reserve linked to increased predation pressure by fishes. Coral Reefs 28, 783–791.

  40. Harborne, A.R. 2009. First among equals: why some habitats should be considered more important than others during marine reserve planning. Environmental Conservation, 36, 87-90.

  41. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, C.V. Kappel, C.P. Dahlgren, F. Micheli, K.E. Holmes, and D.R. Brumbaugh. 2008. Tropical coastal habitats as surrogates of fish community structure, grazing, and fisheries value. Ecological Applications, 18, 1689-1701.

  42. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, C.V. Kappel, C.P. Dahlgren, F. Micheli, K.E. Holmes, J.N. Sanchirico, K. Broad, I.A. Elliott, and D.R. Brumbaugh. 2008. Reserve effects and natural variation in coral reef communities. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45, 1010-1018.

  43. Mumby, P.J., K. Broad, D.R. Brumbaugh, C.P. Dahlgren, A.R. Harborne, A. Hastings, K.E. Holmes, C.V. Kappel, F. Micheli, and J.N. Sanchirico. 2008. Coral reef habitats as surrogates of species, ecological functions, and ecosystem services. Conservation Biology, 22, 941-951.

  44. Mumby, P.J., A.R. Harborne, J. Williams, C.V. Kappel, D.R. Brumbaugh, F. Micheli, K.E. Holmes, C.P. Dahlgren, C.B. Paris, and P.G. Blackwell. 2007. Trophic cascade facilitates coral recruitment in a marine reserve. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104, 8362-8367.

  45. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, F. Micheli, C.T. Perry, C.P. Dahlgren, K.E. Holmes, and D.R. Brumbaugh. 2006. The functional value of Caribbean coral reef, seagrass and mangrove habitats to ecosystem processes. Advances in Marine Biology 50, 57-189.

  46. Harborne, A.R., P.J. Mumby, K. ┼╗ychaluk, J.D. Hedley, and P.G. Blackwell. 2006. Modeling the beta diversity of coral reefs. Ecology 87, 2871-2881.

  47. Mumby, P.J., C.P. Dahlgren, A.R. Harborne, C.V. Kappel, F. Micheli, D.R. Brumbaugh, K.E. Holmes, J.M. Mendes, K. Broad, J.N. Sanchirico, K. Buch, S. Box, R.W. Stoffle, and A.B. Gill. 2006. Fishing, trophic cascades, and the process of grazing on coral reefs. Science 311, 98-101.

  48. Mumby, P.J., F. Micheli, C.P. Dahlgren, S.Y. Litvin, A.B. Gill, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, J.N. Sanchirico, C.V. Kappel, A.R. Harborne, and K.E. Holmes. 2006. Marine parks need sharks? Response. Science 312, 527-528.

  49. Mumby, P.J., J.D. Hedley, K. Zychaluk, A.R. Harborne, and P.G. Blackwell. 2006. Revisiting the catastrophic die-off of the urchin Diadema antillarum on Caribbean coral reefs: fresh insights on resilience from a simulation model. Ecological Modelling 196, 131-148.

  50. Hedley J.D., A.R. Harborne, and P.J. Mumby. 2005. Simple and robust removal of sun glint for mapping shallow-water benthos. International Journal Of Remote Sensing 26, 2107-2112.

  51. Hoyle M. and A.R. Harborne. 2005. Mixed effects of habitat fragmentation on species richness and community structure in a microarthropod microecosystem. Ecological Entomology 30, 684-691.

  52. Beger, M., A.R. Harborne, T.P. Dacles, J.L. Solandt, and G.L. Ledesma. 2005. A framework of lessons learned from community-based marine reserves and its effectiveness in guiding a new coastal management initiative in the Philippines. Environmental Management 34, 786-801.

  53. Mumby, P.J., A.J. Edwards, J.E. Arias-González, K.C. Lindeman, P.G. Blackwell, A. Gall, M.I. Gorczynska, A.R. Harborne, C.L. Pescod, H. Renken, C.C.C. Wabnitz, and G. Llewellyn. 2004. Mangroves enhance the biomass of coral reef fish communities in the Caribbean. Nature 427, 533-536.

  54. White, W.H., A.R. Harborne, I.S. Sotheran, R. Walton, and R.L. Foster-Smith. 2003. Using an Acoustic Ground Discrimination System to map coral reef benthic classes. International Journal of Remote Sensing 24, 2641-2660.

  55. Harborne, A.R., D.C. Afzal, and M.J. Andrews. 2001. Honduras: Caribbean coast. Marine Pollution Bulletin 42, 1221-1235.

  56. Mumby, P.J., and A.R. Harborne. 1999. Development of a systematic classification scheme of marine habitats to facilitate regional management and mapping of Caribbean coral reefs. Biological Conservation 88, 155-163.

  57. Mumby, P.J., K.R. Clarke, and A.R. Harborne. 1996. Weighting species abundance estimates for marine resource assessment. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 6, 115-120.

  58. Mumby, P.J., A.R. Harborne, P.S. Raines, and J.M. Ridley. 1995. A critical assessment of data derived from Coral Cay Conservation volunteers. Bulletin of Marine Science 56, 737-751.

Book chapters, conference proceedings, and non-reviewed papers

  1. Harborne, A.R and Mumby, P.J. 2018. FAQs about Caribbean Parrotfish Management and their Role in Reef Resilience. Pages 383-406. In A. Hoey and R. Bonaldo (eds). The Biology and Ecology of Parrotfishes. Science Publishers.

  2. Perry, C.T. and A.R. Harborne. 2016. Bioerosion on modern reefs: impacts and responses under changing ecological and environmental conditions. Pages 69-101. In D.K. Hubbard, C.S. Rogers, J.H. Lipps, G.D. Stanley (eds). Coral Reefs at the Crossroads. Springer.

  3. Mumby, P.J., D.R Brumbaugh, A.R. Harborne, G. Roff. 2013. On the relationship between native grouper and invasive lionfish in the Caribbean. PeerJ Preprints.

  4. Mumby, P.J., and A.R. Harborne. 2006. A seascape-level perspective of coral reef ecosystems. Pages 78-114 In I. M. Côté and J. D. Reynolds (eds). Coral Reef Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

  5. Harborne, A.R., M.D. McField, and E.K. Delaney. 2000. Belize. Pages 501-516 In C. R. C. Sheppard (ed). Seas at the Millennium: An Environmental Evaluation. Pergamon, Amsterdam.

  6. Harborne, A.R., D.C.Afzal, M.J. Andrews, and J.M. Ridley. 2000. Beyond data: the expanded role of a volunteer program assisting resource assessment and management in the Bay Islands, Honduras. Pages 667-673 In Moosa M. K., Soemodihardjo S., Soegiarto A., Romimohtarto K., Nontji A., Soekarno, Suharsono (eds) Proceedings of the Ninth International Coral Reef Symposium Vol 2.

  7. Harborne, A.R., P.J.Mumby, P.S.Raines, and J.M.Ridley. 1995. The Bacalar Chico Marine Reserve: a case study in government and NGO collaboration in conservation projects Pages 301-306 In. Blake G. H., Hildesley W. J., Pratt M. A., Ridley R. J., and Schofield C.H (eds)  The Peaceful Management of Transboundary Resources Graham and Trotman, London.

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