Nathalie Reyns
Nathalie Reyns
Professor, Environmental and Ocean Sciences, University of San Diego
Verified email at sandiego.edu
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Complexity and simplification in understanding recruitment in benthic populations
J Pineda, NB Reyns, VR Starczak
Population ecology 51 (1), 17-32, 2009
1882009
Patterns and processes of brachyuran crab settlement to Caribbean coral reefs
N Reyns, S Sponaugle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 155-170, 1999
481999
Environmentally-controlled, density-dependent secondary dispersal in a local estuarine crab population
NB Reyns, DB Eggleston
Oecologia 140 (2), 280-288, 2004
452004
Secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs within a wind‐driven estuary
NB Reyns, DB Eggleston, RJA Luettich
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (5), 1982-1995, 2006
372006
Tropical storm and environmental forcing on regional blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) settlement
DB Eggleston, NB Reyns, LL Etherington, GR Plaia, L Xie
Fisheries Oceanography 19 (2), 89-106, 2010
362010
Dispersal dynamics of post‐larval blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, within a wind‐driven estuary
NB Reyns, DB Eggleston, RA Luettich Jr
Fisheries Oceanography 16 (3), 257-272, 2007
292007
Ultraviolet radiation and distribution of the solitary ascidian Corella inflata (Huntsman)
BL Bingham, NB Reyns
The Biological Bulletin 196 (1), 94-104, 1999
221999
Endogenous swimming rhythms of juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus, as related to horizontal transport
RB Forward Jr, NB Reyns, H Diaz, JH Cohen, DB Eggleston
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 299 (1), 63-76, 2004
212004
Larval transport in the coastal zone: biological and physical processes
J Pineda, N Reyns
Evolutionary ecology of marine invertebrate larvae, 141-159, 2018
202018
Endogenous swimming rhythms underlying secondary dispersal of early juvenile blue crabs, Callinectes sapidus
RB Forward Jr, NB Reyns, H Diaz, JH Cohen, DB Eggleston
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 316 (1), 91-100, 2005
202005
Are Atlantic and Indo-Pacific populations of the rafting crab, Plagusia depressa (Fabricius), distinct? New evidence from larval morphology and mtDNA
CD Schubart, JI González-Gordillo, NB Reyns, HC Liu, JA Cuesta
192001
Spatial and temporal patterns of native and invasive ascidian assemblages in a Southern California embayment.
BM Tracy, NB Reyns
Aquatic Invasions 9 (4), 2014
122014
Constrained nearshore larval distributions and thermal stratification
ML Hagerty, N Reyns, J Pineda
Marine Ecology Progress Series 595, 105-122, 2018
102018
Spatial and Temporal Examination of Bivalve Communities in Several Estuaries of Southern California and Northern Baja California, MX
A Novoa, TS Talley, DM Talley, JA Crooks, NB Reyns
PLoS ONE 11 (2), 2016
82016
Reduced barnacle larval abundance and settlement in response to large‐scale oceanic disturbances: Temporal patterns, nearshore thermal stratification, and potential mechanisms
J Pineda, N Reyns, SJ Lentz
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (6), 2618-2629, 2018
62018
Larvae define spawning habitat of bocaccio rockfish Sebastes paucispinis within and around a large southern California marine reserve
SM Hitchman, NB Reyns, AR Thompson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 465, 227-242, 2012
62012
Assignments integrating psychology and environmental studies
AM Koenig, NB Reyns
Ecopsychology 4 (2), 110-116, 2012
52012
Diversity and distribution of nearshore barnacle cyprids in southern California through the 2015–16 El Niño
ML Hagerty, N Reyns, J Pineda, AF Govindarajan
PeerJ 7, e7186, 2019
12019
Are Atlantic and Indo-Pacific populations of the rafting crab, Plagusia depressa (Fabricius), distinct? New evidence from larval morphology and mtDNA
NB Reyns
The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 49 (2), 301-310, 2001
12001
Spatial Distribution and Burrowing Behavior of the Invasive Mussel Arcuatula Senhousia in a Southern California Estuary
A Gong, N Reyns, EM Cathcart
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
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