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Hazel Oxenford
Hazel Oxenford
Professor of fisheries and marine ecology
Email verificata su cavehill.uwi.edu
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Caribbean corals in crisis: record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005
CM Eakin, JA Morgan, SF Heron, TB Smith, G Liu, L Alvarez-Filip, B Baca, ...
PloS one 5 (11), e13969, 2010
7592010
High value and long life—double jeopardy for tunas and billfishes
BB Collette, KE Carpenter, BA Polidoro, MJ Juan-Jord, A Boustany, ...
Science 333 (6040), 291-292, 2011
3532011
Outbreak and persistence of opportunistic symbiotic dinoflagellates during the 2005 Caribbean mass coral ‘bleaching’event
TC LaJeunesse, RT Smith, J Finney, H Oxenford
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1676), 4139-4148, 2009
3132009
The relative significance of host–habitat, depth, and geography on the ecology, endemism, and speciation of coral endosymbionts in the genus Symbiodinium
JC Finney, DT Pettay, EM Sampayo, ME Warner, HA Oxenford, ...
Microbial Ecology 60 (1), 250-263, 2010
2602010
Biology of the dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) in the western central Atlantic: a review
HA Oxenford
Scientia Marina 63 (3-4), 277-301, 1999
1651999
Home range size and use of space by Bermuda chub Kyphosus sectatrix (L.) in two marine reserves in the Soufriere Marine Management Area, St Lucia, West Indies
N Eristhee, HA Oxenford
Journal of Fish Biology 59, 129-151, 2001
1452001
Feeding habits of the dolphinfish (Coryphaena hippurus) in the eastern Caribbean
HA Oxenford, W Hunte
Scientia Marina 63 (3-4), 303-315, 1999
1451999
Continued expansion of the trans-Atlantic invasive marine angiosperm, Halophila stipulacea, in the Eastern Caribbean
DA Willette, J Chalifour, AO Debrot, MS Engel, J Miller, HA Oxenford, ...
Aquatic Botany 112, 98-102, 2014
1202014
Recreational SCUBA divers' willingness to pay for marine biodiversity in Barbados
PW Schuhmann, JF Casey, JA Horrocks, HA Oxenford
Journal of Environmental Management 121, 29-36, 2013
1052013
Caribbean-wide, long-term study of seagrass beds reveals local variations, shifts in community structure and occasional collapse
BI van Tussenbroek, J Corts, R Collin, AC Fonseca, PMH Gayle, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e90600, 2014
1022014
A preliminary investigation of the stock structure of the dolphin, Coryphaena hippurus, in the Western Central Atlantic
HA Oxenford, W Hunte
Fishery Bulletin 84 (2), 451-460, 1986
961986
Quantitative observations of a major coral bleaching event in Barbados, Southeastern Caribbean
HA Oxenford, R Roach, A Brathwaite, L Nurse, R Goodridge, F Hinds, ...
Climatic Change 87 (3), 435-449, 2008
942008
Visitors’ willingness to pay marine conservation fees in Barbados
PW Schuhmann, R Skeete, R Waite, T Lorde, P Bangwayo-Skeete, ...
Tourism Management 71, 315-326, 2019
872019
Recreational diver preferences for reef fish attributes: Economic implications of future change
DA Gill, PW Schuhmann, HA Oxenford
Ecological Economics 111, 48-57, 2015
802015
Parrotfish size: a simple yet useful alternative indicator of fishing effects on Caribbean reefs?
H Valls, HA Oxenford
PloS One 9 (1), e86291, 2014
772014
Effects of an increase in trap mesh size on an overexploited coral reef fishery at Discovery Bay, Jamaica
Z Sary, HA Oxenford, JD Woodley
MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES 154, 107-120, 1997
731997
Age and growth of dolphin, Coryphaena hippurus, as determined by growth rings in otoliths
HA Oxenford, W Hunte
Fishery Bulletin 81 (4), 906-909, 1983
681983
Otolith age validation and growth-rate variation in flyingfish (Hirundichthys affinis) from the eastern Caribbean
HA Oxenford, W Hunte, R Deane, SE Campana
Marine Biology 118, 585-592, 1994
661994
Larval supply to a marine reserve and adjacent fished area in the Soufriere Marine Management Area, St Lucia, West Indies
H Valles, S Sponaugle, HA Oxenford
Journal of Fish Biology 59, 152-177, 2001
652001
Effects of increased mesh size on catch and fishing power of coral reef fish traps
D Robichaud, W Hunte, HA Oxenford
Fisheries Research 39 (3), 275-294, 1999
651999
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