James Bell
James Bell
Professor of Marine Biology
Verified email at vuw.ac.nz
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The functional roles of marine sponges
JJ Bell
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 79 (3), 341-353, 2008
5982008
Assessing the complex sponge microbiota: core, variable and species-specific bacterial communities in marine sponges
S Schmitt, P Tsai, J Bell, J Fromont, M Ilan, N Lindquist, T Perez, ...
The ISME Journal 6 (3), 564-576, 2012
4792012
Could some coral reefs become sponge reefs as our climate changes?
JJ Bell, SK Davy, T Jones, MW Taylor, NS Webster
Global change biology 19 (9), 2613-2624, 2013
2652013
High connectivity of Indo-Pacific seagrass fish assemblages with mangrove and coral reef habitats
RKF Unsworth, PS De León, SL Garrard, J Jompa, DJ Smith, JJ Bell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 353, 213-224, 2008
2172008
Ecology of sponge assemblages (Porifera) in the Wakatobi region, south-east Sulawesi, Indonesia: richness and abundance
JJ Bell, D Smith
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 84 (3 …, 2004
1882004
Sponge grounds as key marine habitats: a synthetic review of types, structure, functional roles, and conservation concerns
M Maldonado, R Aguilar, RJ Bannister, JJ Bell, KW Conway, PK Dayton, ...
Springer, 2017
1492017
The influences of bathymetry and flow regime upon the morphology of sublittoral sponge communities
JJ Bell, DKA Barnes
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 80 (4 …, 2000
1422000
Diel trophic structuring of seagrass bed fish assemblages in the Wakatobi Marine National Park, Indonesia
RKF Unsworth, E Wylie, DJ Smith, JJ Bell
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 72 (1-2), 81-88, 2007
1352007
Sediment impacts on marine sponges
JJ Bell, E McGrath, A Biggerstaff, T Bates, H Bennett, J Marlow, M Shaffer
Marine pollution bulletin 94 (1-2), 5-13, 2015
1282015
A sponge diversity centre within a marine ‘island’
JJ Bell, DKA Barnes
Island, Ocean and Deep-Sea Biology, 55-64, 2000
1152000
Sponge morphological diversity: a qualitative predictor of species diversity?
JJ Bell, DKA Barnes
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 11 (2), 109-121, 2001
1072001
The sponge microbiome project
L Moitinho-Silva, S Nielsen, A Amir, A Gonzalez, GL Ackermann, ...
Gigascience 6 (10), gix077, 2017
1062017
Structuring of Indo-Pacific fish assemblages along the mangrove–seagrass continuum
RKF Unsworth, SL Garrard, PS De León, LC Cullen, DJ Smith, KA Sloman, ...
Aquatic Biology 5 (1), 85-95, 2009
1042009
Evaluating the core microbiota in complex communities: a systematic investigation
C Astudillo‐García, JJ Bell, NS Webster, B Glasl, J Jompa, JM Montoya, ...
Environmental Microbiology 19 (4), 1450-1462, 2017
1032017
The contribution of scarid herbivory to seagrass ecosystem dynamics in the Indo-Pacific
RKF Unsworth, JD Taylor, A Powell, JJ Bell, DJ Smith
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 74 (1-2), 53-62, 2007
902007
Economic and subsistence values of the standing stocks of seagrass fisheries: Potential benefits of no-fishing marine protected area management
RKF Unsworth, LC Cullen, JN Pretty, DJ Smith, JJ Bell
Ocean and Coastal Management 53 (5), 218, 2010
882010
The importance of micro and macro morphological variation in the adaptation of a sublittoral demosponge to current extremes
J Bell, D Barnes, J Turner
Marine Biology 140 (1), 75-81, 2002
852002
Tidal fish connectivity of reef and sea grass habitats in the Indo-Pacific
RKF Unsworth, JJ Bell, DJ Smith
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87 (5 …, 2007
822007
The distribution and prevalence of sponges in relation to environmental gradients within a temperate sea lough: inclined cliff surfaces
JJ Bell, DKA Barnes
Diversity and Distributions 6 (6), 305-323, 2000
802000
Reduced diversity and high sponge abundance on a sedimented Indo-Pacific reef system: implications for future changes in environmental quality
A Powell, DJ Smith, LJ Hepburn, T Jones, J Berman, J Jompa, JJ Bell
PloS one 9 (1), e85253, 2014
742014
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