Ken Lindeman
Ken Lindeman
Professor Emeritus, Sustainability and Marine Sciences, Florida Institute of Technology
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Mangroves enhance the biomass of coral reef fish communities in the Caribbean
PJ Mumby, AJ Edwards, J Ernesto Arias-González, KC Lindeman, ...
Nature 427 (6974), 533-536, 2004
Critical science gaps impede use of no-take fishery reserves
PF Sale, RK Cowen, BS Danilowicz, GP Jones, JP Kritzer, KC Lindeman, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (2), 74-80, 2005
Sensory environments, larval abilities and local self-recruitment
MJ Kingsford, JM Leis, A Shanks, KC Lindeman, SG Morgan, J Pineda
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 309-340, 2002
Predicting self-recruitment in marine populations: biophysical correlates and mechanisms
S Sponaugle, RK Cowen, A Shanks, SG Morgan, JM Leis, J Pineda, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 341-375, 2002
Evolution of local recruitment and its consequences for marine populations
RR Strathmann, TP Hughes, AM Kuris, KC Lindeman, SG Morgan, ...
Bulletin of marine science 70 (1), 377-396, 2002
A global baseline for spawning aggregations of reef fishes
YS De Mitcheson, A Cornish, M Domeier, PL Colin, M Russell, ...
Conservation biology 22 (5), 1233-1244, 2008
Developmental patterns within a multispecies reef fishery: management applications for essential fish habitats and protected areas
KC Lindeman, R Pugliese, GT Waugh, JS Ault
Bulletin of marine science 66 (3), 929-956, 2000
Spawning aggregation sites of snapper and grouper species (Lutjanidae and Serranidae) on the insular shelf of Cuba
R Claro, KC Lindeman
Gulf and Caribbean research 14 (2), 91-106, 2003
Larval transport pathways from Cuban snapper (Lutjanidae) spawning aggregations based on biophysical modeling
CB Paris, RK Cowen, R Claro, KC Lindeman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 296, 93-106, 2005
Transforming management of tropical coastal seas to cope with challenges of the 21st century
PF Sale, T Agardy, CH Ainsworth, BE Feist, JD Bell, P Christie, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 85 (1), 8-23, 2014
Ecology of the marine fishes of Cuba
R Claro, KC Lindeman, LR Parenti
Smithsonian Institution, 2014
Recruitment dynamics of reef fishes: planktonic processes, settlement and demersal ecologies, and fishery analysis
WJ Richards, KC Lindeman
Bulletin of Marine Science 41 (2), 392-410, 1987
Historical biogeography and speciation in the reef fish genus Haemulon (Teleostei: Haemulidae)
LA Rocha, KC Lindeman, CR Rocha, HA Lessios
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 48 (3), 918-928, 2008
Effects of freshwater canal discharge on fish assemblages in a subtropical bay: field and laboratory observations
JE Serafy, KC Lindeman, TE Hopkins, JS Ault
Marine Ecology Progress Series 160, 161-172, 1997
Red snapper management in the Gulf of Mexico: science-or faith-based?
JH Cowan, CB Grimes, WF Patterson, CJ Walters, AC Jones, WJ Lindberg, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 21, 187-204, 2011
Nearshore hardbottom fishes of southeast Florida and effects of habitat burial caused by dredging
KC Lindeman, DB Snyder
Fishery Bulletin 97 (3), 508-525, 1999
Historical analysis of Cuban commercial fishing effort and the effects of management interventions on important reef fishes from 1960–2005
R Claro, YS de Mitcheson, KC Lindeman, AR García-Cagide
Fisheries Research 99 (1), 7-16, 2009
Cuban fisheries: Historical trends and current status
R Claro, JA Baisre, KC Lindeman, JP García-Arteaga
R. Claro, KC Lindeman, KC & LR Parenti (Eds.), Ecology of Marine Fishes of …, 2001
A new species of snapper (Perciformes: Lutjanidae) from Brazil, with comments on the distribution of Lutjanus griseus and L. apodus
RL Moura, KC Lindeman
Zootaxa 1422 (1), 31–43-31–43, 2007
A Caribbean-wide survey of marine reserves: spatial coverage and attributes of effectiveness
RS Appeldoorn, KC Lindeman
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