Scientific Publications

 

KEY:   

Cites = Citations reported by Google Scholar, 28/06/2016

IF = 5-year Impact Factor (ISI Journal Citation Reports, 2014)

Top x % = Percent ranking of journal in given category (ISI Journal Citation Reports)

Underlined authors = Students under my supervision

# = Joint first author, contributed equally to the work

 

LIST (as at July 2016):

 

2016 - Marzinelli EM, Leong MR, Campbell AH, Steinberg PD & Vergès A.  Does restoration of a habitat-forming seaweed restore associated faunal diversity? Restoration Ecology 24(1), 81-90 [IF 2.25, top 27% Environment/Ecology]

2015 - Bennett S, Wernberg T, Arackal-Joy B, deBettignies T & Campbell AH. Central and rear edge populations are equally vulnerable to warming. Nature Communications 6 [IF 11.9, top top 5% Multidisciplinary Sciences]

2015 - Marzinelli EM#, Campbell AH#, Zozaya Valdes E, Vergès A, Nielsen S, Wernberg T, de Bettignies T, Bennett S, Caporaso JG, Thomas T & Steinberg PD.  Continental-scale variation in seaweed host-associated bacterial communities is a function of host condition, not geography. Environmental Microbiology 17 (10), 4078-4088 [Cites 6, IF 6.31, top 8% Environment/Ecology]

2015 - Campbell AH#, Marzinelli EM#, Gelber J & Steinberg PD. Spatial variability of microbial assemblages associated with a dominant habitat-forming seaweed. Frontiers in Microbiology 6:230 [Cites 4, IF 3.92, top 21% Microbiology]

2014 - Vergès A, Steinberg PD, Hay ME, Poore AGB, Campbell AH, Ballesteros E, Heck KL, Booth DJ, Coleman MA, Feary DA, Figuera W, Langlois T, Marzinelli EM, Mizerek T, Mumby PJ, Nakamura Y, Roughan M, van Sebille E, Sen Gupta A, Smale DA, Tomas F, Wernberg T & Wilson SK. The tropicalization of temperate marine ecosystems: climate-mediated changes in herbivory and community phase shifts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281 (1789). [Cites 66, IF 5.81, top 6% Biology].

2014 - Campbell AH#, Marzinelli EM#, Vergès A, Coleman MA & Steinberg PD. Towards restoration of missing underwater forests. PLoS ONE 9:e84106 [Cites 12, IF 4.02, top 15% Multidisciplinary Sciences]

2014 - Wahl M, Molis M, Hobday AJ, Dudgeon S, Neumann R, Steinberg PD, Campbell AH, Marzinelli EM & Connell SD. The responses of brown macroalgae to environmental change from local to global scales: direct versus ecologically mediated effects. Perspectives in Phycology 2(1), 11-29. [Cites 6, new journal, no IF]

2014 - Marzinelli EM#, Campbell AH#, Vergés A, Coleman MA, Kelaher BP & Steinberg PD. Restoring seaweeds: does the declining fucoid Phyllospora comosa support different biodiversity than other habitats? Journal of Applied Phycology 26:1089-1096 [Cites 7, IF 2.94, top 16% Marine & Freshwater Biology]

2014 - Campbell AH, Vergès A & Steinberg PD. Demographic consequences of disease in a habitat-forming seaweed and impacts on interactions between natural enemies. Ecology 95(1), 142-152. [Cites 9, IF 5.0, top 12% Ecology]

2012 - Campbell AH, Vergés A, Harder T. & Steinberg PD. Causes and ecological consequences of a climate-mediated disease. In: Lunney and Hutchings (Eds) ‘Wildlife and climate change: toward robust conservation strategies for Australian fauna’. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mosman, NSW, Australia, p 52-58. Invited contribution

2012 - Wernberg T, Smale DA, Vergès A, Campbell AH. Russell BD, Coleman, MA, Ling SD, Steinberg PD, Johnson CR, Kendrick GA & Connell SD. Macroalgae and temperate rocky reefs. In: Poloczanska, Hobday and Richardson (Eds) Report Card of Marine Climate Change in Australia, detailed scientific assessment, NCCARF publication, p1-23. [Cites 13, Invited contribution]

2012 - Poore AGB, Campbell AH, Coleman RA, Edgar GJ, Jormalainen V, Reynolds PL, Sotka EE, Stachowicz JJ, Taylor RB, Vanderklift MA & Duffy JE. Global patterns in the impacts of marine herbivores on benthic primary producers. Ecology Letters 15(8), 912-922. [Cites 112, IF 10.7, top 2% Ecology]

2012 - Harder T, Campbell AH, Egan S & Steinberg PD. Chemical mediation of ternary interactions between marine holobionts as exemplified by the red alga Delisea pulchra. Journal of Chemical Ecology 38(5), 442-450. [Cites 20, IF 2.75, top 42% Ecology]

2011 - Steinberg PD, Rice SA, Campbell AH, McDougald D & Harder T. Interfaces between bacterial and eukaryotic “neuroecology”. Integrative and Comparative Biology 51(5), 794-806. [Cites 9, IF 2.1, top 2% Zoology]

2011 - Campbell AH, Harder T, Nielsen S, Kjelleberg S & Steinberg PD. Climate change and disease: bleaching of a chemically defended seaweed. Global Change Biology 17(9), 2958-2970. [Cites 49, IF 8.1, top 4% Ecology]

2011 - Wernberg T, Russell BD, Moore PJ, Ling SD, Smale DA, Campbell AH, Coleman MA, Steinberg PD, Kendrick GA & Connell SD. Impacts of climate change in a global hotspot for temperate marine biodiversity and ocean warming. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400(1-2), 7-16. [Cites 151, IF 1.9, top 37% Marine and Freshwater Research]

2011 - Case RJ, Longford SR, Campbell AH, Low A, Tujula NA, Steinberg PD & Kjelleberg S. Temperature induced bacterial virulence and bleaching disease in a chemically defended marine macroalga. Environmental Microbiology 13(2), 529-537. [Cites 57, IF 6.31, Top 8% Environment/Ecology]

2009 - Poore AGB, Campbell AH & Steinberg PD. Natural densities of mesograzers fail to limit growth of macroalgae or their epiphytes in a temperate algal bed. Journal of Ecology 97(1), 164-175. [Cites 39, IF 5.5, top 1% Plant Sciences]

2009 - Wernberg T, Campbell AH, Coleman MA, Connell SD, Kendrick GA, Moore PJ, Russell BD, Smale D and Steinberg PD. Macroalgae and temperate rocky reefs. In A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia 2009 (Eds. E.S. Poloczanska, A.J. Hobday and A.J. Richardson), NCCARF Publication 05/09, ISBN 978-1-921609-03-9. [Cites 13, Invited contribution]

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