Nanette E. Chadwick
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Director of Academic Sustainability Programs, Office of the Provost

Office Location:
141 Funchess Hall

Mailing Address:
101 Rouse Life Sciences Bldg.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Tel: (334) 844-8184
Fax: (334) 844-0627
Email Nanette E. Chadwick
The Chadwick Lab Webpage

Ph.D. - University of California at Berkeley
B.A. - University of California at Santa Barbara

•Marine invertebrate behavior, population dynamics and life history evolution.
•Ecology of symbioses, coral reef and sea anemone ecology.
•Sustainability studies on natural resource use.

Huebner, L.K., Dailey, B., Titus, B.M., Khalaf, M., Chadwick, N.E. 2012. Host preference and habitat segregation among Red Sea anemonefish: effects of sea anemone traits and fish life stages. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 464:1-15. Feature article.

Huebner, L.K., Chadwick, N.E. 2012. Reef fishes use sea anemones as visual cues for cleaning interactions with shrimp. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 416-417:237-242.

Morrow, K.M., Paul, V.J., Liles, M.R., Chadwick, N.E. 2011. Allelochemicals produced by Caribbean macroalgae and cyanobacteria have species-specific effects on reef coral microorganisms. Coral Reefs 30:309-320.

Roopin, M., Thornhill, D.J., Santos, S.R., Chadwick, N.E. 2011. Ammonia flux, physiological parameters, and Symbiodinium diversity in the anemonefish symbiosis on Red Sea coral reefs. Symbiosis 53:63-74. Cover article.

Chadwick, N.E., Morrow, K.M. 2011. Competition among sessile organisms on coral reefs. In: Dubinsky, Z., Stambler, N. (eds) Coral Reefs: An Ecosystem in Transition. Springer, New York. pp. 324-350.

Guzner, B., Novoplansky, A., Shalit, O., Chadwick, N.E. 2010. Indirect impacts of recreational scuba diving: Patterns of growth and predation on branching stony corals. Bull. Mar. Sci. 86:727-742.

Chadwick, N.E., Ďuriš, Z., Horká, I. 2008. Biodiversity and behavior of shrimps and fishes symbiotic with sea anemones in the Gulf of Aqaba, northern Red Sea. In: Por, F.D., ed. The Improbable Gulf: History, Biodiversity, and Protection of the Gulf of Aqaba (Eilat). Magnes Press, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, pp. 209-223.

Amar, K.O., Chadwick, N.E., Rinkevich, B. 2008. Coral kin aggregations exhibit mixed



Sustainability and the Modern World - HONR1027  Community Ecology - BIOL6150 
Biology of Marine Systems - BIOL3040  Topics in Coral Reef Biology - BIOL7970 
Undergraduate Seminar in Ecology - BIOL4950  
Community Ecology - BIOL5150 

Last updated: 04/02/2013