John Majoris
John Majoris
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas at Austin Marine Science Institute (UTMSI)
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Patterns, causes, and consequences of marine larval dispersal
CC D’Aloia, SM Bogdanowicz, RK Francis, JE Majoris, RG Harrison, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (45), 13940-13945, 2015
Self‐recruitment in a C aribbean reef fish: a method for approximating dispersal kernels accounting for seascape
CC D'aloia, SM Bogdanowicz, JE Majoris, RG Harrison, PM Buston
Molecular Ecology 22 (9), 2563-2572, 2013
Effects of anthropogenic shoreline hardening and invasion by Phragmites australis on habitat quality for juvenile blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus)
WC Long, JN Grow, JE Majoris, AH Hines
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 409 (1-2), 215-222, 2011
Reproduction, early development, and larval rearing strategies for two sponge-dwelling neon gobies, Elacatinus lori and E. colini
JE Majoris, FA Francisco, J Atema, PM Buston
Aquaculture 483, 286-295, 2018
Predictors of the distribution and abundance of a tube sponge and its resident goby
CC D’Aloia, JE Majoris, PM Buston
Coral Reefs 30 (3), 777-786, 2011
Prey selection and functional morphology through ontogeny of Amphiprion clarkii with a congeneric comparison
J Anto, J Majoris, RG Turingan
Journal of Fish Biology 75 (3), 575-590, 2009
Differential persistence favors habitat preferences that determine the distribution of a reef fish
JE Majoris, CC D’Aloia, RK Francis, PM Buston
Behavioral Ecology 29 (2), 429-439, 2018
Potential roles of smell and taste in the orientation behaviour of coral‐reef fish larvae: insights from morphology
Y Hu, JE Majoris, PM Buston, JF Webb
Journal of fish biology 95 (1), 311-323, 2019
Ontogeny of larval swimming abilities in three species of coral reef fishes and a hypothesis for their impact on the spatial scale of dispersal
JE Majoris, KA Catalano, D Scolaro, J Atema, PM Buston
Marine Biology 166 (12), 1-14, 2019
Competitive growth in a social fish
C Reed, R Branconi, J Majoris, C Johnson, P Buston
Biology letters 15 (2), 20180737, 2019
Environmental conditions and paternal care determine hatching synchronicity of coral reef fish larvae
R Chaput, JE Majoris, CM Guigand, M Huse, EK D’Alessandro
Marine Biology 166 (9), 1-12, 2019
An integrative investigation of larval behavior using a coral reef fish
J Majoris
Boston University, 2017
Hydrodynamic and biological constraints on group cohesion in plankton
R Chaput, JE Majoris, PM Buston, CB Paris
Journal of theoretical biology 482, 109987, 2019
A portfolio of climate‐tailored approaches to advance the design of marine protected areas in the Red Sea
L Gajdzik, TM DeCarlo, E Aylagas, DJ Coker, AL Green, JE Majoris, ...
Global change biology 27 (17), 3956-3968, 2021
Model predictive control paradigms for fish growth reference tracking in precision aquaculture
A Chahid, I N’Doye, JE Majoris, ML Berumen, TM Laleg-Kirati
Journal of Process Control 105, 160-168, 2021
Organization and Ontogeny of a Complex Lateral Line System in a Goby (Elacatinus lori), with a Consideration of Function and Ecology
KR Nickles, Y Hu, JE Majoris, PM Buston, JF Webb
Copeia 108 (4), 863-885, 2020
Neon goby larvae have sufficiently developed sensory systems and swimming abilities to orient directionally beginning shortly after hatching
JE Majoris, MA Foretich, Y Hu, KR Nickles, CL Di Persia, R Chaput, ...
Fish growth trajectory tracking using Q-learning in precision aquaculture
A Chahid, I N'Doye, JE Majoris, ML Berumen, TM Laleg-Kirati
Aquaculture 550, 737838, 2022
Clownfish hosting anemones (Anthozoa, Actiniaria) of the Red Sea: new associations and distributions, historical misidentifications, and morphological variability
MF Bennett-Smith, JE Majoris, BM Titus, ML Berumen
Marine Biodiversity Records 14 (1), 1-15, 2021
Spatial Distribution Patterns of Clownfish in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
F Aljehani, I N'Doye, MS Justo, JE Majoris, ML Berumen, TM Laleg-Kirati
arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.14513, 2021
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