Jacob L Johansen
Jacob L Johansen
Ass. Research Professor, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, University of Hawaii Manoa
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Increasing ocean temperature reduces the metabolic performance and swimming ability of coral reef damselfishes
JL Johansen, GP Jones
Global Change Biology 17 (9), 2971-2979, 2011
1632011
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
1432013
Coral reef fishes exploit flow refuges in high-flow habitats
JL Johansen, DR Bellwood, CJ Fulton
Marine Ecology Progress Series 360, 219-226, 2008
892008
Increasing ocean temperatures reduce activity patterns of a large commercially important coral reef fish
JL Johansen, V Messmer, DJ Coker, AS Hoey, MS Pratchett
Global Change Biology 20 (4), 1067-1074, 2014
872014
Recent advances in understanding the effects of climate change on coral reefs
AS Hoey, E Howells, JL Johansen, JPA Hobbs, V Messmer, ...
Diversity 8 (2), 12, 2016
862016
Increasing suspended sediment reduces foraging, growth and condition of a planktivorous damselfish
AS Wenger, JL Johansen, GP Jones
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 428, 43-48, 2012
772012
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
682017
Suspended sediment impairs habitat choice and chemosensory discrimination in two coral reef fishes
AS Wenger, JL Johansen, GP Jones
Coral Reefs 30 (4), 879-887, 2011
672011
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), 2016
552016
Large predatory coral trout species unlikely to meet increasing energetic demands in a warming ocean
JL Johansen, MS Pratchett, V Messmer, DJ Coker, AJ Tobin, AS Hoey
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
522015
Sustained impairment of respiratory function and swim performance following acute oil exposure in a coastal marine fish
JL Johansen, AJ Esbaugh
Aquatic Toxicology 187, 82-89, 2017
512017
Avoiding the flow: refuges expand the swimming potential of coral reef fishes
JL Johansen, CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 26 (3), 577-583, 2007
502007
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
472017
Sediment‐induced turbidity impairs foraging performance and prey choice of planktivorous coral reef fishes
JL Johansen, GP Jones
Ecological Applications 23 (6), 1504-1517, 2013
462013
Living in a risky world: the onset and ontogeny of an integrated antipredator phenotype in a coral reef fish
MCO Ferrari, MI McCormick, BJM Allan, R Choi, RA Ramasamy, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-13, 2015
442015
Kinematics and energetic benefits of schooling in the labriform fish, striped surfperch Embiotoca lateralis
JL Johansen, R Vaknin, JF Steffensen, P Domenici
Marine Ecology Progress Series 420, 221-229, 2010
442010
The behavioural and physiological response of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L. to short‐term acute hypoxia
JL Johansen, NA Herbert, JF Steffensen
Journal of fish biology 68 (6), 1918-1924, 2006
382006
Effect of closed v. intermittent‐flow respirometry on hypoxia tolerance in the shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregata
S Snyder, LE Nadler, JS Bayley, MBS Svendsen, JL Johansen, ...
Journal of fish biology 88 (1), 252-264, 2016
372016
Unsteady flow affects swimming energetics in a labriform fish (Cymatogaster aggregata)
DG Roche, MK Taylor, SA Binning, JL Johansen, P Domenici, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (3), 414-422, 2014
362014
Energetic extremes in aquatic locomotion by coral reef fishes
CJ Fulton, JL Johansen, JF Steffensen
PLoS One 8 (1), e54033, 2013
302013
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