Publications

  • Derting, T. L., D. Ebert-May, T. P. Henkel, J. M. Maher, B. Arnold, and H. A. Passmore. 2016. Assessing faculty professional development in STEM higher education: Sustainability of outcomes. Science Advances 2. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.1501422
  • Ebert-May, D., T.L. Derting, T.P. Henkel, J. Middlemis Maher, J.L. Momsen, B. Arnold, and H. A. Passmore. 2015. Breaking the Cycle: Future Faculty Begin Teaching with Learner-Centered Strategies after Professional Development. CBE-Life Sciences Education 14. doi:  10.1187/cbe.14-12-0222
  • Loh, T.-L., McMurray, S.E., Henkel, T.P., Vicente, J. and Pawlik, J.R. 2015. Indirect effects of overfishing on Caribbean reefs: sponges overgrow reef-building corals. PeerJ, 3: e901 DOI: 10.7717/peerj.901
  • Zea, S., Henkel, T.P. and Pawlik, J.R. 2015. The sponge guide: Interactive photographic online guide to the identification of Caribbean sponges. Reef Encounter, 30: 25-28.
  • Henkel, T.P. and Pawlik, J.R. 2014. Cleaning mutualist or parasite?  Classifying the association between the brittlestar Ophiothrix lineata and the Caribbean reef sponge Callyspongia vaginalis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 454:42-48.
  • Derting, T., K.S. Williams, J.L. Momsen, Henkel, T.P. 2011. Education Research: Set a High Bar. Science. 333 (6047):1220-1221.
  • Henkel, T.P. and Pawlik, J.R. 2011. Host specialization of an obligate sponge-dwelling brittlestar. Aquatic Biology. 12:37-46.
  • Henkel, T.P. 2010. Coral Reefs.  Nature Education Knowledge. 1(11):5.
  • López-Legentil, S., Erwin, P.M., Henkel, T.P., Loh, T.-L., Pawlik, J.R. 2009. Phenotypic plasticity in the sponge Callyspongia vaginalis (Porifera; Haplosclerida): morphological and molecular data. Scientia Marina, 74: 445-453.
  • McMurray S.E., Henkel, T.P., Pawlik, J.R. 2009. Demographics of increasing populations of the giant barrel sponge Xestospongia muta in the Florida Keys. Ecology, 91:560-570.
  • Zea, S., Henkel, T.P., and Pawlik, J.R.  2009.  The Sponge Guide: a picture guide to Caribbean sponges. Available online at http://www.spongeguide.org.
  • Pawlik, J.R., Henkel, T.P., McMurray, S.E., López-Legentil, S., Loh, T.-L., Rohde, S. 2008.  Patterns of sponge growth and recruitment on a shipwreck corroborate chemical defense resource trade-off. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 368:137-143.
  • Meredith, T.L., Cowart, J.D., Henkel, T.P., Pawlik, J.R. 2007. The polychaete Cirriformia punctata is chemically defended against generalist coral reef predators.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 353: 198-202.
  • Pawlik, J.R., McMurray, S.E. and Henkel, T.P. 2007. Abiotic factors control sponge ecology in Florida mangroves. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 339: 93-98.
  • Pawlik, J.R., Steindler, L., Henkel, T.P., Beer, S., and Ilan, M. 2007. Chemical warfare on coral reefs: sponge metabolites differentially affect coral symbiosis in situ. Limnology and Oceanography, 52: 907-911.
  • Cowart, J.D., Henkel, T.P., McMurray, S.E., and Pawlik, J.R. 2006. Sponge orange band (SOB): a pathogenic-like condition of the giant barrel sponge, Xestospongia muta. Coral Reefs, 25: 513.
  • Henkel, T.P. and Pawlik, J.R. 2005. Habitat use by sponge-dwelling brittlestars. Marine Biology, 146: 301-313.
  • Kelly, S.R., Jensen, P.R., Henkel, T.P. and Pawlik, J.R. 2003. Effects of Caribbean sponge extracts on bacterial attachment. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 31:175-182.
  • Kubanek, J., Whalen, K.E., Engel, S., Kelly, S.R., Henkel, T.P., and Pawlik, J.R. 2002.  Multiple defensive roles for triterpene glycosides from two Caribbean sponges.  Oecologia, 131: 125-136.

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