Mark A. Albins
Mark A. Albins
Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
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Invasive Indo-Pacific lionfish Pterois volitans reduce recruitment of Atlantic coral-reef fishes
MA Albins, MA Hixon
Marine Ecology Progress Series 367, 233-238, 2008
7112008
Worst case scenario: potential long-term effects of invasive predatory lionfish (Pterois volitans) on Atlantic and Caribbean coral-reef communities
MA Albins, MA Hixon
Environmental Biology of Fishes 96 (10), 1151-1157, 2013
3952013
Effects of invasive Pacific red lionfish Pterois volitans versus a native predator on Bahamian coral-reef fish communities
MA Albins
Biological Invasions 15 (1), 29-43, 2013
2502013
Larval connectivity in an effective network of marine protected areas
MR Christie, BN Tissot, MA Albins, JP Beets, Y Jia, DM Ortiz, ...
PloS one 5 (12), e15715, 2010
2392010
Invasive Pacific lionfish Pterois volitans reduce abundance and species richness of native Bahamian coral-reef fishes
MA Albins
Marine Ecology Progress Series 522, 231-243, 2015
1252015
Invasive red lionfish Pterois volitans blow directed jets of water at prey fish
MA Albins, PJ Lyons
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 448, 1-5, 2012
1102012
Marine debris accumulation in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: An examination of rates and processes
OJ Dameron, M Parke, MA Albins, R Brainard
Marine Pollution Bulletin 54 (4), 423-433, 2007
992007
Competitive interactions for shelter between invasive Pacific red lionfish and native Nassau grouper
WW Raymond, MA Albins, TJ Pusack
Environmental Biology of Fishes 98 (1), 57-65, 2015
552015
Lionfish: a major marine invasion
MA Hixon, SJ Green, MA Albins, JL Akins, JA Morris Jr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 558, 161-165, 2016
462016
Consumptive and non-consumptive effects of an invasive marine predator on native coral-reef herbivores
TL Kindinger, MA Albins
Biological Invasions 19 (1), 131-146, 2017
432017
Diet shifts in a native mesopredator across a range of invasive lionfish biomass
JS Curtis, KR Wall, MA Albins, CD Stallings
Marine Ecology Progress Series 573, 215-228, 2017
212017
Is the lionfish invasion waning? Evidence from The Bahamas
CE Benkwitt, MA Albins, KL Buch, KE Ingeman, TL Kindinger, TJ Pusack, ...
Coral Reefs 36 (4), 1255-1261, 2017
202017
Threatened fishes of the world: Epinephelus striatus (Bloch, 1792)(Serranidae)
MA Albins, MA Hixon, Y Sadovy
Environmental Biology of Fishes 86 (2), 309-310, 2009
172009
Patterns in benthic coral reef communities at Pearl and Hermes Atoll along a wave-exposure gradient
KN Page-Albins, PS Vroom, R Hoeke, MA Albins, CM Smith
Pacific Science 66 (4), 481-496, 2012
132012
Biodiversity effects of the predation gauntlet
AC Stier, CD Stallings, JF Samhouri, MA Albins, GR Almany
Coral Reefs 36 (2), 601-606, 2017
122017
Stable isotope analysis of eye lenses from invasive lionfish yields record of resource use
JS Curtis, MA Albins, EB Peebles, CD Stallings
Marine Ecology Progress Series 637, 181-194, 2020
52020
Effects of the Invasive Pacific Red Lionfish Pterois volitans on Native Atlantic Coral-reef Fish Communities
MA Albins
Oregon State University, 2011
52011
Habitat Associations and Co‐Occurrence Patterns of Two Estuarine‐Dependent Predatory Fishes
MC Livernois, SP Powers, MA Albins, JF Mareska
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 12 (1), 64-77, 2020
32020
Estimating Exploitation Rates in the Alabama Red Snapper Fishery Using a High‐Reward Tag–Recapture Approach
DK Sackett, M Catalano, M Drymon, S Powers, MA Albins
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 10 (6), 536-549, 2018
32018
Behaviours of Pacific Lionfish Facilitate Invasion of the Atlantic
MA Albins
Biological Invasions and Animal Behaviour, 309, 2016
32016
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