Dr. Sandra Bibiana Correa

Dr. Sandra Bibiana Correa

Title

  • Associate Professor

Contact Information

sbc257@msstate.edu
Office: 662-325-0158
Thompson Hall, Rm. 255

Overview

Education

  • Texas A&M University, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Wildlife and Fisheries
  • University of Florida, Master of Science (M.S.), Zoology
  • University of Valle, Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Marine Biology

Research Interests

Ecology of Large Rivers
Floodplain Ecology
Fish Ecology
Flooded Forests
Species Interactions
Food Webs
Seed Dispersal by Fish
Tropical Ecology
Conservation Biology

Websites

Publications

Year Publications
2023

Horowitz, L. B., Allen, P. J., Neal, J. W., Correa, S. 2023. Post-release mortality of angled Atlantic Tarpon Megalops atlanticus in Puerto Rico. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 15(e10238 (online)).

2023

Herrera-R., G., Cuoto, T., Doria, C., Duponchelle, F., Heilpern, S., Lopez-Casas, S., Farah, A., Correa, S., Anderson, E. 2023. The diversity of migratory behaviors in Amazonian fishes: a literature synthesis . Fish and Fisheries 25(1):114-133.

2023

Liao, C., Wang, J., Correa, S., Yu, J., Yang, R., Yuang, J., Li, W., Ye, S., Guo, C., Liu, J. 2023. Artificial water level fluctuation affects trophic niches of benthic fish assemblage in one of the largest reservoirs in the world. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 80(12):1921-1934.

2023

Liao, C., Ye, S., Zhai, D., Yu, J., Correa, S., Wen, F., Zhang, T., Fang, L., Guo, C., Liu, J. 2023. Tributaries create habitat heterogeneity and enhance fish assemblage variation in one of the largest reservoirs in the world. Hydrobiologia 850(19):4311-4326.

2023

Coffill-Rivera, M., Paez Mendez, Y., Little, L., Graham, P., Franks, J., Correa, S., Neal, J. W., Allen, P. J. 2023. Effects of temperature and salinity on blood chemistry and survival of juvenile Atlantic tarpon Megalops atlanticus. Journal of Fish Biology 103(2):272–279.

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2022

Coronado-Franco, K. V., Tedesco, P. A., Kolmann, M., Bornstein, S., Evans, K., Correa, S. 2022. Feeding habits influence species habitat associations at the landscape scale in a diverse clade of Neotropical fishes. Journal of Biogeography 49(12):2181-2192.

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2022

Albuquerque, B. W., Costa, G., Correa, S. B., Zuanon, J., Piedade, M. T. 2022. Does the consumption of pioneer-tree seeds from flooded forests by freshwater sardines affect seed germination?. Acta Oecologica 117:103850.

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2022

Liao, C., Wang, J., Ye, S., Li, Z., Correa, S. B., Zhang, T., Liu, J. 2022. Multifaceted fish diversities respond differently to impounding age and longitudinal location along a reservoir cascade. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

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2022

Liao, C., Chen, S., Correa, S. B., Ye, S., Zhang, T., Li, Z. 2022. Longitudinal habitat gradient affects diet and body condition of riverine fish: A case study of Pelteobagrus catfishes in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. River Research and Applications 38:1601-1608.

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2022

Hale, C., Granger, J., Siegert, C., Correa, S., DuBien, J., Goldsmith, C., Kruckeberg, W. 2022. Microsite Habitat, Species Associations, and Habitat Suitability Model of a Globally Imperiled Shrub. Natural Areas 42(3):206-217.

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2022

Correa, S., van der Sleen, P., Siddiqui, S., Bogota-Gregory, J., Arantes, C., Barnett, A., Couto, T., Goulding, M., Anderson, E. 2022. Biotic indicators for ecological state change in Amazonian floodplains. BioScience 72(8):753-768.

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2022

Carvalho, L. N., dos Santos Junior, J. B., Correa, S. B. 2022. Fish thieves: an alternative tactic of food capture in a Neotropical frugivorous species (Brycon falcatus). Austral Ecology 47(5):1140–1143.

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2022

Liao, C., Yu, J., Wang, J., Correa, S. B., Xiong, F., Zhai, D., Ye, S., Liu, J. 2022. Trends and mechanisms behind the invasion of Coilia brachygnathus (Actinopterygii, Engraulidae) in one of the world's largest reservoirs. Hydrobiologia 849:2919–2932.

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2022

Shamaskin, A. C., Correa, S. B., Street, G. M., Linhoss, A. C., Evans, K. 2022. Considering the influence of land-use/land cover on estuarine biotic richness with Bayesian hierarchical models. Ecological Applications 32:e2675.

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2022

Hale, C., Granger, J., Correa, S., Siegert, C., DuBien, J. 2022. Atlantic White-Cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides) Response Post- Hurricane Disturbance. Forest Science 68:270-282.

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2022

Prestes, L., Barthem, R., Mello-Filho , A., Anderson, E., Correa, S., Couto, T., Venticinque, E., Forsberg , E., Bentes, B., Goulding, M. 2022. Proactively averting the collapse of Amazon fisheries based on migratory species. PLOS ONE 17(3):e0264490.

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2021

Carvalho, L. N., dos Santos Junior, J. B., Correa, S. B. 2021. Uncovering mechanisms of seed predation by fish. Biotropica 53(6):1460–1464.

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2021

Araujo, J. M., Correa, S., Penha, J., Anderson, J., Traveset, A. 2021. Implications of overfishing of frugivorous fishes for cryptic function loss in a Neotropical floodplain. Journal of Applied Ecology 58(7):1499–1510.

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2020

Santos, J., Correa, S. B., Boudreau, M. R., Carvalho, L. N. 2020. Differential ontogenetic effects of gut passage through fish on seed germination. Acta Oecologica 108(103628).

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2020

Bogota-Gregory, J. D., Lima, F. C., Correa, S., Silva-Oliveira, C., Jenkins, D. G., Ribeiro, F. R., Lovejoy, N. R., Reis, R. E., Crampton, W. G. 2020. Biogeochemical water type influences community composition, species richness, and biomass in megadiverse Amazonian fish assemblages. Scientific Reports 10(15349).

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2020

Araujo, J., Correa, S. B., Anderson, J., Penha, J. 2020. Fruit preferences by fishes in a Neotropical floodplain. Biotropica 52:1131–1141.

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2019

Correa, S. B. 2019. Fish frugivory in Neotropical wetlands: past, present and future of a unique interaction. Special issue: Diagnosis and Management of Wetlands in Protected Areas. Biodiversidade Brasileira –BioBrasil (Journal of the Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation) 9(2):34-44.

2019

Liao, C., Chen, S., Correa, S. B., Li, W., Zhang, T., Liu, J. 2019. Impoundment led to spatial trophic segregation among three closely related catfish species in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Marine and Freshwater Research 71(7):750-760.

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2018

Liao, C., Chen, S., Silva, S. S., Correa, S. B., Yuan, J., Zhang, T., Li, Z., Liu, J. 2018. Spatial changes of fish assemblages in relation to filling stages of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 34(6):1293-1303.

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2018

Correa, S. B., Winemiller, K. 2018. Terrestrial–aquatic trophic linkages support fish production in a tropical oligotrophic river. Oecologia 186(4):1069-1078.

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2018

Costa-Pereira, R., Lucas, C., Crossa, M., Anderson, J. T., Albuquerque, B. W., Dary, E. P., Piedade, M. T., Demarchie, L. O., Rebouçase, E. R., Costa, G. S., Galetti, M., Correa, S. B. 2018. Defaunation shadow on mutualistic interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 115(12):E2673-E2675.

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Extension Publications

Year Publications

Graduate Students

    Awards & Honors

    • Multidisciplinary Expert Scientific Advisory Group of the 7th Edition of the Global Environment Outlook: Action for a Healthy Planet (GEO‐7)
      United Nations Environment Programme
    • Early Career Achievement Award
      Mississippi State University College of Forest Resources
    • DAFVM International Award Nominee
      Mississippi State University DAFVM
    • DAFVM Teaching Award Nominee
      Mississippi State University DAFVM
    • Teaching Award
      Mississippi State University College of Forest Resources
    • Science Panel for the Amazon
      United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network
    • Travel Award to Graduate Student Karold Coronado
      Mississippi State University Graduate School
    • Grants in Aid of Research to Graduate Student Conner Owens
      Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
    • Student Research Scholarship Award to Graduate Student Conner Owens
      The Mississippi Chapter of the American Fisheries Society-MSAFS

    Society Memberships

    • American Fisheries Society, Mississippi State University Student Sub-Unit
    • American Fisheries Society
    • Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation
    • Ecological Society of America