Jodie L. Rummer
Jodie L. Rummer
Associate Professor, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
Verified email at jcu.edu.au - Homepage
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Life on the edge: thermal optima for aerobic scope of equatorial reef fishes are close to current day temperatures
JL Rummer, CS Couturier, JAW Stecyk, NM Gardiner, JP Kinch, ...
Global change biology 20 (4), 1055-1066, 2014
1982014
Behavioural impairment in reef fishes caused by ocean acidification at CO2 seeps
PL Munday, AJ Cheal, DL Dixson, JL Rummer, KE Fabricius
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 487-492, 2014
1892014
Physiological effects of swim bladder overexpansion and catastrophic decompression on red snapper
JL Rummer, WA Bennett
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (6), 1457-1470, 2005
1792005
Finding the best estimates of metabolic rates in a coral reef fish
DG Roche, SA Binning, Y Bosiger, JL Johansen, JL Rummer
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (11), 2103-2110, 2013
1552013
Effects of moderate and substantial hypoxia on erythropoietin levels in rainbow trout kidney and spleen
JCC Lai, I Kakuta, HOL Mok, JL Rummer, D Randall
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (14), 2734-2738, 2006
1412006
Root effect hemoglobin may have evolved to enhance general tissue oxygen delivery
JL Rummer, DJ McKenzie, A Innocenti, CT Supuran, CJ Brauner
Science 340 (6138), 1327-1329, 2013
1162013
Aerobic scope predicts dominance during early life in a tropical damselfish
SS Killen, MD Mitchell, JL Rummer, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari, ...
Functional Ecology 28 (6), 1367-1376, 2014
1032014
Species-specific effects of near-future CO2 on the respiratory performance of two tropical prey fish and their predator
CS Couturier, JAW Stecyk, JL Rummer, PL Munday, GE Nilsson
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2013
852013
Elevated CO2 enhances aerobic scope of a coral reef fish
JL Rummer, JAW Stecyk, CS Couturier, SA Watson, GE Nilsson, ...
Conservation Physiology 1 (1), cot023, 2013
832013
Interactive effects of ocean acidification and rising sea temperatures alter predation rate and predator selectivity in reef fish communities
MCO Ferrari, PL Munday, JL Rummer, MI McCormick, K Corkill, ...
Global change biology 21 (5), 1848-1855, 2015
822015
Adapt, move or die–how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming?
A Habary, JL Johansen, TJ Nay, JF Steffensen, JL Rummer
Global Change Biology 23 (2), 566-577, 2017
762017
Exposure of clownfish larvae to suspended sediment levels found on the Great Barrier Reef: impacts on gill structure and microbiome
S Hess, AS Wenger, TD Ainsworth, JL Rummer
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
752015
Altered brain ion gradients following compensation for elevated CO 2 are linked to behavioural alterations in a coral reef fish
RM Heuer, MJ Welch, JL Rummer, PL Munday, M Grosell
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
672016
Climate change and the performance of larval coral reef fishes: the interaction between temperature and food availability
IM McLeod, JL Rummer, TD Clark, GP Jones, MI McCormick, AS Wenger, ...
Conservation Physiology 1 (1), cot024, 2013
662013
Methods matter: considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes
JL Rummer, SA Binning, DG Roche, JL Johansen
Conservation Physiology 4 (1), cow008, 2016
622016
Biological responses of sharks to ocean acidification
R Rosa, JL Rummer, PL Munday
Biology letters 13 (3), 20160796, 2017
592017
A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems
JE Cinner, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, V Messmer, MMPB Fuentes, ...
Regional environmental change 16 (4), 1133-1146, 2016
562016
Oil exposure disrupts early life-history stages of coral reef fishes via behavioural impairments
JL Johansen, BJM Allan, JL Rummer, AJ Esbaugh
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (8), 1146-1152, 2017
552017
Blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injury
A Chin, J Mourier, JL Rummer
Conservation Physiology 3 (1), 2015
552015
A product of its environment: the epaulette shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum) exhibits physiological tolerance to elevated environmental CO2
DDU Heinrich, JL Rummer, AJ Morash, SA Watson, CA Simpfendorfer, ...
Conservation Physiology 2 (1), cou047, 2014
552014
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