Gregory L. Britten
Gregory L. Britten
Simons Foundation Postdoc, Program in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Climate, MIT
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A mid-term analysis of progress toward international biodiversity targets
DP Tittensor, M Walpole, SLL Hill, DG Boyce, GL Britten, ND Burgess, ...
Science 346 (6206), 241-244, 2014
Patterns and ecosystem consequences of shark declines in the ocean
F Ferretti, B Worm, GL Britten, MR Heithaus, HK Lotze
Ecology Letters 13 (8), 1055-1071, 2010
Sustained climate warming drives declining marine biological productivity
JK Moore, W Fu, F Primeau, GL Britten, K Lindsay, M Long, SC Doney, ...
Science 359 (6380), 1139-1143, 2018
Rebuilding marine life
CM Duarte, S Agusti, E Barbier, GL Britten, JC Castilla, JP Gattuso, ...
Nature 580 (7801), 39-51, 2020
Changing recruitment capacity in global fish stocks
GL Britten, M Dowd, B Worm
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 134-139, 2015
Predator decline leads to decreased stability in a coastal fish community
GL Britten, M Dowd, C Minto, F Ferretti, F Boero, HK Lotze
Ecology letters 17 (12), 1518-1525, 2014
Unveiling the patterns and trends in 40 years of global trade in CITES-listed wildlife
M Harfoot, SAM Glaser, DP Tittensor, GL Britten, C McLardy, K Malsch, ...
Biological Conservation 223, 47-57, 2018
Characterizing and predicting essential habitat features for juvenile coastal sharks
CA Ward‐Paige, GL Britten, DM Bethea, JK Carlson
Marine Ecology 36 (3), 419-431, 2015
Productivity dynamics of Atlantic cod
C Minto, J Mills Flemming, GL Britten, B Worm
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71, 203-216, 2013
Extended fisheries recovery timelines in a changing environment
GL Britten, M Dowd, L Kanary, B Worm
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-7, 2017
Seasonal succession and spatial patterns of Synechococcus microdiversity in a salt marsh estuary revealed through 16S rRNA gene oligotyping
KRM Mackey, K Hunter-Cevera, GL Britten, LG Murphy, ML Sogin, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 1496, 2017
The temperature‐ballast hypothesis explains carbon export efficiency observations in the Southern Ocean
GL Britten, L Wakamatsu, FW Primeau
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (4), 1831-1838, 2017
Global forage fish recruitment dynamics: A comparison of methods, time-variation, and reverse causality
CS Szuwalski, GL Britten, R Licandeo, RO Amoroso, R Hilborn, C Walters
Fisheries Research 214, 56-64, 2019
Rebuilding global fisheries under uncertainty
M Memarzadeh, GL Britten, B Worm, C Boettiger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (32), 15985-15990, 2019
Evaluating the relationships between the legal and illegal international wildlife trades
DP Tittensor, M Harfoot, C McLardy, GL Britten, K Kecse‐Nagy, B Landry, ...
Conservation Letters 13 (5), e12724, 2020
Impacts of a shift to a warm-water regime in the Gulf of California on jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas)
TH Frawley, DK Briscoe, PC Daniel, GL Britten, LB Crowder, CJ Robinson, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 76 (7), 2413-2426, 2019
Biome‐specific scaling of ocean productivity, temperature, and carbon export efficiency
GL Britten, FW Primeau
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (10), 5210-5216, 2016
Reply to Szuwalski: Recognizing ecological income inequality in the ocean
GL Britten, M Dowd, B Worm
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (13), E1775-E1776, 2016
Social relationship dynamics mediate climate impacts on income inequality: evidence from the Mexican Humboldt squid fishery
LG Elsler, TH Frawley, GL Britten, LB Crowder, TC DuBois, ...
Regional Environmental Change 21 (2), 1-12, 2021
Author Correction: Rebuilding marine life
CM Duarte, S Agusti, E Barbier, GL Britten, JC Castilla, JP Gattuso, ...
Nature, 1-2, 2021
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