Office/Lab: SDSU Main Campus, Life Science North 201/201
Phone: 619-594-0995 (office)/619-594-3750 (lab)
(* = graduate student; ** = undergraduate student)
*Brower, J.P., and T.W. Anderson. Consequences of predation threat for a macrophyte-associated fish (in revision).
*Ou, M., *K. Tovey, T.W. Anderson, A.P. Summers, M.J. O’Donnell, F.W. Goetz, and C.J. Brauner. Effects of elevated CO2 on growth, metabolism, and swimming performance of early life stages of sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) (in review).
*Sievers, K.T., *R.J. Barr, J.M. Maloney, N.W. Driscoll, and T.W. Anderson. Impact of habitat structure on fish populations in kelp forests at a seascape scale (in review).
*Wheeler, S.G., T.W. Anderson, *T.W. Bell, S.G. Morgan, and J.A. Hobbs. Regional productivity predicts individual growth and recruitment of rockfishes in a northern California upwelling system (in review).
*Gregor, C.A., and T.W. Anderson. 2016. Relative importance of habitat attributes to predation risk in a temperate reef fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:539-556.
*Morton, D.N., *T.W. Bell, and T.W. Anderson. 2016. Spatial synchrony of amphipods in giant kelp forests. Marine Biology 163:Article 32 (DOI:10.1007/s00227-015-2807-5).
*Renick, V.C, *K. Wienersmith, D. Vidal-Dorsch, and T.W. Anderson. 2016. Effects of a pesticide and parasite on neurological, endocrine, and behavioral responses of California killifish (Fundulus parvipinnis). Aquatic Toxicology 170:335-343. (special issue: Behaviour in Aquatic Toxicology).
*Wheeler, S.G., A.D. Russell, J.S. Fehrenbacher, and S.G. Morgan. 2016. Evaluating chemical signatures in a coastal upwelling region to reconstruct water mass associations of settlement-stage rockfishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 550:191-206.
*Nichols, T.A., T.W. Anderson, and A. Širović. 2015. Intermittent noise induces physiological stress in a coastal marine fish. PLOS ONE 10:e0139157.
*Renick, V.C., T.W. Anderson, S.G. Morgan, and G.N. Cherr. 2015. Interactive effects of pesticide exposure and habitat structure on behavior and predation of a marine larval fish. Ecotoxicology 24:391-400.
*Jones, C.L., T.W. Anderson, and M.S. Edwards. 2013. Evaluating eelgrass site quality by the settlement, performance, and survival of a marine fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 445:61-68.
*Morton, D.N., and T.W. Anderson. 2013. Spatial patterns of invertebrate settlement in giant kelp forests. Marine Ecology Progress Series 485: 75-89.
Hixon, M.A., T.W. Anderson, K.L. Buch, D. W. Johnson, J.B. McLeod, and C.D. Stallings. 2012. Density dependence and population regulation in marine fish: a large-scale, long-term field manipulation. Ecological Monographs 82:467-489.
*Lewis, L.S., and T.W. Anderson. 2012. Top-down control of epifauna by fishes enhances seagrass production. Ecology 93:2746-2757.
DeMartini, E.E., T.W. Anderson, A.M. Friedlander, and J.P. Beets. 2011. Predator biomass, prey density, and species composition effects on group size in recruit coral reef fishes. Marine Biology 158:2437-2447.
Hunsicker, M.E., L. Ciannelli, K.M. Bailey, J.A. Buckel, J.W. White, J.S. Link, T.E. Essington, S.Gaichas, T.W. Anderson, R.D. Brodeur, K.S Chan, K. Chen, G. Englund, K.T. Frank, V. Freitas, M.A. Hixon, T. Hurst, D.W. Johnson, J.F. Kitchell, D. Reese, G.A. Rose, H. Sjodin, W.J. Sydeman, H.W. van der Veer, K. Vollset, and S. Zador. 2011. Functional responses and scaling in predator–prey interactions of marine fishes: contemporary issues and emerging concepts. Ecology Letters 14:1288-1299.
White, J.W., L.W. Botsford, M.L. Baskett, L.A.K. Barnett, *R.J. Barr, and A. Hastings. 2011. Linking models and monitoring data for assessing performance of no-take marine reserves. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:390–399.
DeMartini, E.E., T.W. Anderson, J.C. Kenyon, J.P. Beets, and A.M. Friedlander. 2010. Management implications of juvenile reef fish habitat preferences and coral susceptibility to stressors. Marine and Freshwater Research 61:1-9. (journal cover)
*Deza, A.A., and T.W. Anderson. 2010. Habitat fragmentation, patch size, and the distribution and abundance of kelp forest fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 416:229-240.
**Farlin, J.P., *L.S. Lewis, T.W. Anderson, and C-T Lai. 2010. Functional diversity in amphipods revealed by stable isotopes in an eelgrass ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series 420:277–281.
*Floyd, E.Y., and T.W. Anderson. 2010. Interactive effects of nutritional condition and refuge availability on survival of a temperate reef goby. Marine Ecology Progress Series 407:257-269.
*O’Connor, K.C., and T.W. Anderson. 2010. Consequences of habitat disturbance and recovery to recruitment and the abundance of kelp forest fishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 386:1-10.
*Floyd, E.Y., J.P. Geist, and I. Werner. 2008. Acute, sublethal exposure to a pyrethroid insecticide alters behavior, growth, and predation risk in larvae of the fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27:1780-1787.
*Galst, C.A., and T.W. Anderson. 2008. Fish-habitat associations and the role of disturbance in surfgrass beds. Marine Ecology Progress Series 365:177-186.
Anderson, T.W. 2007. Guide to identification and surveying of near shore fishes. In Sampling biodiversity in coastal communities — NaGISA protocols for seagrass and macroalgal habitats (P.R. Rigby, K. Iken, and Y. Shirayama, eds.). Kyoto University Press, Kyoto p. 90-92.
Anderson, T.W., M.H. Carr, and M.A. Hixon. 2007. Patterns and mechanisms of variable settlement and recruitment of a coral reef damselfish, Chromis cyanea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 350:109-116.
*Davenport, A.C., and T.W. Anderson. 2007. Positive indirect effects of reef fishes on kelp performance: the importance of mesograzers. Ecology 88:1548-1561.
DeMartini, E.E., and T.W. Anderson. 2007. Habitat associations and aggregation of recruit fishes on Hawaiian coral reefs. Bulletin of Marine Science 81:139-152.
*Floyd, E.Y., R. Churchwell, and J.J. Cech, Jr. 2007. Effects of water velocity and trash rack architecture on fish passage and interactions: a simulation. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:1177-1186.
*Lewallen, E.A., T.W. Anderson, and A.J. Bohonak. 2007. Genetic structure of leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata) populations in California waters. Marine Biology 152:599-609.
*Webber, J.D., S.N. Chun, T.R. MacColl, L.T. Mirise, A. Kawabata, E.K. Anderson, T.S. Cheong, L. Kavvas, M.M. Rotondo, K.L. Hochgraf, R. Churchwell, and J.J. Cech, Jr. 2007. Upstream swimming performance of adult white sturgeon: effects of partial baffles and a ramp. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:402-408.
Reed, D.C., S.C. Schroeter, D. Huang, T.W. Anderson, and R.F. Ambrose. 2006. Quantifying the performance of different artificial reef designs in mitigating losses to kelp bed fishes in southern California. Bulletin of Marine Science 78:133-150.
Steele, M.A., and T.W. Anderson. 2006. Predation. In Ecology of marine fishes: California and adjacent waters (L.G. Allen, M.H. Horn, and D.J. Pondella II, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley, p. 428-448.
*Andrews, K.S., and T.W. Anderson. 2004. Habitat-dependent recruitment of two temperate reef fishes at multiple spatial scales. Marine Ecology Progress Series 277:231-244.
Anderson, T.W., C.T. Bartels, M.A. Hixon, E. Bartels, M.H. Carr, and J.M. Shenker. 2002. Current velocity and catch efficiency in sampling settlement-stage larvae of coral-reef fishes. Fishery Bulletin 100:404-413.
Carr, M.H., T.W. Anderson, and M.A. Hixon. 2002. Biodiversity, population regulation, and the stability of coral-reef fish communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99:11241-11245.
Anderson, T.W. 2001. Predator responses, prey refuges, and density-dependent mortality of a marine fish. Ecology 82:245-257.
Jeff Barr (Ph.D.)
B.S. Aquatic Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara (2004)
Research Interests: Reef fish population dynamics
Dissertation topic: Habitat-associated persistence and movement of rocky reef fishes
Samantha Neary (M.S.)
B.A. Zoology, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2015)
Research Interests: Trophic ecology, predator-prey interactions, trait-mediated indirect interactions, olfactory cues, recruitment
Thesis topic: TBD
Patrick Saldana (M.S.)
B.A. Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara (2012)
Research Interests: Biodiversity, predator-prey interactions, mutualisms, recruitment of rocky reef fishes, and marine community ecology
Thesis topic: The effects of predator diversity on red algae associated invertebrate communities.
Claire Spitzer (M.S.)
B.A. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder (2013)
Research Interests: Parasite-Host Interactions, predator-prey dynamics, reef fish ecology
Thesis topic: Parasite-mediated predator-prey interactions in California coastal fishes
Lynne Wetmore (Ph.D.)