Edgar Fernando Cagua
Edgar Fernando Cagua
Biology Department, University of Canterbury
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TitleCited byYear
Whale sharks target dense prey patches of sergestid shrimp off Tanzania
CA Rohner, AJ Armstrong, SJ Pierce, CEM Prebble, EF Cagua, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (2), 352-362, 2015
Whale shark economics: a valuation of wildlife tourism in South Ari Atoll, Maldives
EF Cagua, N Collins, J Hancock, R Rees
PeerJ 2, e515, 2014
Acoustic telemetry reveals cryptic residency of whale sharks
EF Cagua, JEM Cochran, CA Rohner, CEM Prebble, TH Sinclair-Taylor, ...
Biology Letters 11 (4), 2015
Topography and biological noise determine acoustic detectability on coral reefs
EF Cagua, ML Berumen, EHM Tyler
Coral reefs 32 (4), 1123-1134, 2013
paco: implementing Procrustean Approach to Cophylogeny in R
MC Hutchinson, EF Cagua, JA Balbuena, DB Stouffer, T Poisot
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (8), 932-940, 2017
Cophylogenetic signal is detectable in pollination interactions across ecological scales
MC Hutchinson, EF Cagua, DB Stouffer
Ecology 98 (10), 2640-2652, 2017
Factors affecting detection probability of acoustic tags in coral reefs
F Cagua
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia. Master’s …, 2012
A review of species role concepts in food webs
AR Cirtwill, GV Dalla Riva, MP Gaiarsa, MD Bimler, EF Cagua, C Coux, ...
Food Webs 16, e00093, 2018
Variation in occupancy and habitat use of Mobula alfredi at a major aggregation site
LIE Couturier, P Newman, FRA Jaine, MB Bennett, WN Venables, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 599, 125-145, 2018
Winners and losers in area-based management of a small-scale fishery in the Colombian Pacific
J López-Angarita, A Tilley, JM Díaz, JP Hawkins, EF Cagua, CM Roberts
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 23, 2018
Data from: Acoustic telemetry reveals cryptic residency of whale sharks
EF Cagua, J Cochran, CA Rohner, CEM Prebble, T Sinclair-Taylor, ...
Dryad Digital Repository, 2015
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