Mike Gil, PhD
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Social information links individual behavior to population and community dynamics
MA Gil, AM Hein, O Spiegel, ML Baskett, A Sih
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (7), 535-548, 2018
Rapid tourism growth and declining coral reefs in Akumal, Mexico
MA Gil, B Renfro, B Figueroa-Zavala, I Penié, KH Dunton
Marine biology 162 (11), 2225-2233, 2015
Housekeeping mutualisms: do more symbionts facilitate host performance?
AC Stier, MA Gil, CS McKeon, S Lemer, M Leray, SC Mills, CW Osenberg
PLoS One 7 (4), e32079, 2012
Social information on fear and food drives animal grouping and fitness
MA Gil, Z Emberts, H Jones, CM St. Mary
The American Naturalist 189 (3), 227-241, 2017
Social interactions among grazing reef fish drive material flux in a coral reef ecosystem
MA Gil, AM Hein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (18), 4703-4708, 2017
Oceanic barnacles act as foundation species on plastic debris: implications for marine dispersal
MA Gil, JB Pfaller
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Unity through nonlinearity: a unimodal coral–nutrient interaction
MA Gil
Ecology 94 (8), 1871-1877, 2013
Context‐dependent landscape of fear: algal density elicits risky herbivory in a coral reef
MA Gil, J Zill, JM Ponciano
Ecology 98 (2), 534-544, 2017
Conserved behavioral circuits govern high-speed decision-making in wild fish shoals
AM Hein, MA Gil, CR Twomey, ID Couzin, SA Levin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (48), 12224-12228, 2018
Interactive effects of three pervasive marine stressors in a post-disturbance coral reef
MA Gil, SU Goldenberg, ALT Bach, SC Mills, J Claudet
Coral Reefs 35 (4), 1281-1293, 2016
Enrichment scale determines herbivore control of primary producers
MA Gil, J Jiao, CW Osenberg
Oecologia 180 (3), 833-840, 2016
Social information drives ecological outcomes among competing species
MA Gil, ML Baskett, SJ Schreiber
Ecology 100 (11), e02835, 2019
Response of the Nueces Estuarine Marsh System to Freshwater Inflow: An Integrative Data Synthesis of Baseline Conditions for Faunal Communities. Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries …
PA Montagna, T Palmer, M Gil, E Hill, B Nicolau, K Dunton
Odors from marine plastic debris elicit foraging behavior in sea turtles
JB Pfaller, KM Goforth, MA Gil, MS Savoca, KJ Lohmann
Current Biology 30 (5), R213-R214, 2020
Sea turtle symbiosis facilitates social monogamy in oceanic crabs via refuge size
JB Pfaller, MA Gil
Biology letters 12 (9), 20160607, 2016
YouTube videos of'research in action'foster diverse public interest in science
MA Gil
Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 10 (1), 2017
When environmental factors become stressors: interactive effects of vermetid gastropods and sedimentation on corals
JA Zill, MA Gil, CW Osenberg
Biology letters 13 (3), 20160957, 2017
Response of the Nueces estuarine marsh system to freshwater inflow: an integrative data synthesis of baseline conditions for faunal communities
PA Montagna, T Palmer, M Gil, E Hill, B Nicolau, K Dunton
Final Report to the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program, Project 821, 27, 2009
Mobility and its sensitivity to fitness differences determine consumer–resource distributions
J Jiao, L Riotte-Lambert, SS Pilyugin, MA Gil, CW Osenberg
Royal Society open science 7 (6), 200247, 2020
Social information drives
MA Gil, ML Baskett, SJ Schreiber
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