Andrew Davies is a marine biologist at the University of Rhode Island in the USA. He works on reefs, using a mixture of natural history observation, experimentation and novel technologies to untangle the ecology of these enigmatic habitats.
This website contains many of Andy’s outputs and contains more information on projects, papers and various other items that you may find interesting. The video to the left shows some interesting elements of research, and if you wish to see a subtitled version, please watch it on youtube.
You can request PDFs of papers via email, and they will usually be with you shortly. But check your spam boxes if you don’t get it as sometimes it ends up in there. If you’re interested check out below for various links to online profiles.
Most recent news and papers
Habitat suitability model utility Telmo Morato, Carlos Dominguez-Carrió, Andrew Davies, Marina Carrerio Silva, Andrew Sweetman Morato T. Dominguez-Carrió, Davies AJ, Carrerio Silva M, Sweetman A, 2019. Habitat suitability model utility. In Levin, L., Baker,...read more
The chemical defences of the invasive alga Sargassum muticum (Yendo) Fensholt correlate to mesoherbivore diversity, but not to time-since-invasion
The chemical defences of the invasive alga Sargassum muticum (Yendo) Fensholt correlate to mesoherbivore diversity, but not to time-since-invasion Martyn Kurr & Andrew J. Davies https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10750-019-3939-2 Populations of the...read more
Molecular mechanisms underpinning transgenerational plasticity in the green sea urchin Psammechinus miliaris
Molecular mechanisms underpinning transgenerational plasticity in the green sea urchin Psammechinus miliaris Melody s. Clark, Coleen C. suckling, Alessandro Cavallo, Clara L. Mackenzie, Michael A.S. Thorne, Andrew J. Davies & Lloyd S. Peck...read more
Scale-dependent spatial patterns in benthic communities around a tropical island seascape E. Aston, G. Williams, M. Green, A.J. Davies, L. Wedding, J. Gove, J-B. Jouffray, T. Jones, J. Clark Understanding and predicting patterns of spatial organization across...read more
Oceanographic setting and short-timescale environmental variability at an Arctic seamount sponge ground
Oceanographic setting and short-timescale environmental variability at an Arctic seamount sponge ground E.M. Roberts, F. Mienis, H.T. Rapp, U. Hanz, H.K. Meyer, A.J. Davies (Roberts is a Post-doc, and Meyer an MSc student with Davies) Mass occurrences of large...read more
Optimising stocking density for the commercial cultivation of sea urchin larvae Suckling CC, Terrey D, Davies AJ Increased pressure on wild stocks of sea urchins had led to a requirement for aquaculture based production. However, effective and efficient methodologies...read more