Stephen R. Pacella
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Trophic networks: how do theories link ecosystem structure and functioning to stability properties? A review
B Saint-Béat, D Baird, H Asmus, R Asmus, C Bacher, SR Pacella, ...
Ecological indicators 52, 458-471, 2015
672015
Seagrass habitat metabolism increases short-term extremes and long-term offset of CO2 under future ocean acidification
SR Pacella, CA Brown, GG Waldbusser, RG Labiosa, B Hales
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (15), 3870-3875, 2018
272018
Incorporation of diet information derived from Bayesian stable isotope mixing models into mass-balanced marine ecosystem models: a case study from the Marennes-Oléron Estuary …
SR Pacella, B Lebreton, P Richard, D Phillips, TH DeWitt, N Niquil
Ecological modelling 267, 127-137, 2013
202013
Understanding the implications of a changing environment on harvested bivalve populations using habitat suitability models
T DeWitt, N Lewis, E Fox, S Pacella
2018
Seasonal patterns of estuarine acidification in seagrass beds of the Snohomish Estuary, WA
S Pacella, CA Brown, TC Mochon-Collura, GG Waldbusser, RG Labiosa, ...
2018
Sources of Nutrients to Nearshore Areas of a Eutrophic Estuary: Implications for Nutrient-Enhanced Acidification in Puget Sound
SR Pacella
American Geophysical Union, Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016, abstract# AH43A-02, 2016
2016
Incorporation of diet information derived from Bayesian stable isotope mixing models into mass-balanced marine ecosystem models: A case study from the Marennes-Oleron Estuary …
D Phillips, SR Pacella, P Richard, TH DeWitt, B Lebreton, N Niquil
2013
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