Christopher Finelli
Christopher Finelli
Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
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Physical-biological coupling in streams: the pervasive effects of flow on benthic organisms
DD Hart, CM Finelli
Annual review of ecology and systematics, 363-395, 1999
Odor plumes and animal navigation in turbulent water flow: a field study
RK Zimmer-Faust, CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 188 (2), 111-116, 1995
Chemical induction of larval settlement behavior in flow
MN Tamburri, CM Finelli, DS Wethey, RK Zimmer-Faust
The Biological Bulletin 191 (3), 367-373, 1996
Physical constraints on ecological processes: a field test of odor‐mediated foraging
CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, RK Zimmer, DS Wethey
Ecology 81 (3), 784-797, 2000
Water flow influences oxygen transport and photosynthetic efficiency in corals
CM Finelli, BST Helmuth, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
Coral Reefs 25 (1), 47-57, 2006
Vertical structure and predator refuge mediate oyster reef development and community dynamics
TM Soniat, CM Finelli, JT Ruiz
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 310 (2), 163-182, 2004
Evaluating the spatial resolution of an acoustic Doppler velocimeter and the consequences for measuring near‐bed flows
CM Finelli, DD Hart, DM Fonseca
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (7), 1793-1801, 1999
Odor transport in turbulent flows: constraints on animal navigation
CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, RK Zimmer-Faust, DS Wethey
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (4), 1056-1071, 1999
Sponge communities on Caribbean coral reefs are structured by factors that are top-down, not bottom-up
JR Pawlik, TL Loh, SE McMurray, CM Finelli
PLoS One 8 (5), e62573, 2013
Behavior of oyster (Crassostrea virginica) larvae in flume boundary layer flows
CM Finelli, DS Wethey
Marine Biology 143 (4), 703-711, 2003
A test of the sponge-loop hypothesis for emergent Caribbean reef sponges
SE McMurray, AD Stubler, PM Erwin, CM Finelli, JR Pawlik
Marine Ecology Progress Series 588, 1-14, 2018
Selective feeding by the giant barrel sponge enhances foraging efficiency
SE McMurray, ZI Johnson, DE Hunt, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Limnology and Oceanography 61 (4), 1271-1286, 2016
Trait-mediated ecosystem impacts: how morphology and size affect pumping rates of the Caribbean giant barrel sponge
SE McMurray, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Aquatic Biology 23 (1), 1-13, 2014
Population dynamics of giant barrel sponges on Florida coral reefs
SE McMurray, CM Finelli, JR Pawlik
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473, 73-80, 2015
Velocity and concentration distributions in turbulent odor plumes in the presence of vegetation mimics: a flume study
CM Finelli
Marine Ecology Progress Series 207, 297-309, 2000
Effects of habitat complexity and hydrodynamics on the abundance and diversity of small invertebrates colonizing artificial substrates
N Atilla, JW Fleeger, CM Finelli
Journal of Marine Research 63 (6), 1151-1172, 2005
Stream insects as passive suspension feeders: effects of velocity and food concentration on feeding performance
CM Finelli, DD Hart, R Merz
Oecologia 131 (1), 145-153, 2002
Demography alters carbon flux for a dominant benthic suspension feeder, the giant barrel sponge, on Conch Reef, Florida Keys
SE McMurray, JR Pawlik, CM Finelli
Functional Ecology 31 (11), 2188-2198, 2017
The turbulent life of copepods: effects of water flow over a coral reef on their ability to detect and evade predators
HE Robinson, CM Finelli, EJ Buskey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 349, 171-181, 2007
The effects of symbiotic crabs on the pumping activity and growth rates of Chaetopterus variopedatus
MW Grove, CM Finelli, DS Wethey, SA Woodin
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 246 (1), 31-52, 2000
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