Renata Ferrari
Renata Ferrari
Senior Research Scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Sciences
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The global distribution and trajectory of tidal flats
NJ Murray, SR Phinn, M DeWitt, R Ferrari, R Johnston, MB Lyons, ...
Nature 565 (7738), 222-225, 2019
A standardised vocabulary for identifying benthic biota and substrata from underwater imagery: the CATAMI classification scheme
F Althaus, N Hill, R Ferrari, L Edwards, R Przeslawski, CHL Schönberg, ...
PloS one 10 (10), e0141039, 2015
Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow
NL Foster, CB Paris, JT Kool, IB Baums, JR Stevens, JA Sanchez, ...
Molecular ecology 21 (5), 1143-1157, 2012
Accuracy and precision of habitat structural complexity metrics derived from underwater photogrammetry
W Figueira, R Ferrari, E Weatherby, A Porter, S Hawes, M Byrne
Remote Sensing 7 (12), 16883-16900, 2015
Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades
PJ Mumby, RS Steneck, AJ Edwards, R Ferrari, R Coleman, AR Harborne, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 445, 13-24, 2012
The effectiveness of different meso-scale rugosity metrics for predicting intra-habitat variation in coral-reef fish assemblages
AR Harborne, PJ Mumby, R Ferrari
Environmental Biology of Fishes 94, 431-442, 2012
The role of satellite remote sensing in structured ecosystem risk assessments
NJ Murray, DA Keith, LM Bland, R Ferrari, MB Lyons, R Lucas, N Pettorelli, ...
Science of the Total Environment 619, 249-257, 2018
3D photogrammetry quantifies growth and external erosion of individual coral colonies and skeletons
R Ferrari, WF Figueira, MS Pratchett, T Boube, A Adam, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 16737, 2017
Quantifying the response of structural complexity and community composition to environmental change in marine communities
R Ferrari, M Bryson, T Bridge, J Hustache, SB Williams, M Byrne, ...
Global Change Biology, 2016
Habitat structural complexity metrics improve predictions of fish abundance and distribution
R Ferrari, ...
Ecography, 2017
Quantifying multiscale habitat structural complexity: a cost-effective framework for underwater 3D modelling
R Ferrari, D McKinnon, H He, RN Smith, P Corke, M González-Rivero, ...
Remote Sensing 8 (2), 113, 2016
Interaction of herbivory and seasonality on the dynamics of Caribbean macroalgae
R Ferrari, M Gonzalez-Rivero, JC Ortiz, PJ Mumby
Coral Reefs 31, 683-692, 2012
Characterization of measurement errors using structure‐from‐motion and photogrammetry to measure marine habitat structural complexity
M Bryson, R Ferrari, W Figueira, O Pizarro, J Madin, S Williams, M Byrne
Ecology and Evolution 7 (15), 5669-5681, 2017
Using multiple lines of evidence to assess the risk of ecosystem collapse
LM Bland, TJ Regan, MN Dinh, R Ferrari, DA Keith, R Lester, D Mouillot, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1863), 20170660, 2017
Size matters in competition between corals and macroalgae
R Ferrari, M Gonzalez-Rivero, PJ Mumby
Marine Ecology Progress Series 467, 77-88, 2012
Australian sea-floor survey data, with images and expert annotations
M Bewley, A Friedman, R Ferrari, N Hill, R Hovey, N Barrett, EM Marzinelli, ...
Scientific data 2 (1), 1-13, 2015
3D imaging insights into forests and coral reefs
K Calders, S Phinn, R Ferrari, J Leon, J Armston, GP Asner, M Disney
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (1), 6-9, 2020
Refugia under threat: Mass bleaching of coral assemblages in high‐latitude eastern Australia
SW Kim, EM Sampayo, B Sommer, CA Sims, MC Gómez‐Cabrera, ...
Global change biology 25 (11), 3918-3931, 2019
Biotic and multi-scale abiotic controls of habitat quality: their effect on coral-reef fishes
AR Harborne, PJ Mumby, EV Kennedy, R Ferrari
Marine Ecology Progress Series 437, 201-214, 2011
Fish‐smart seawalls: a decision tool for adaptive management of marine infrastructure
RL Morris, AG Porter, WF Figueira, RA Coleman, EK Fobert, R Ferrari
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (5), 278-287, 2018
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