Karen Filbee-Dexter
Karen Filbee-Dexter
University of Western Australia; Institute of Marine Research, Flødevigen, Norway
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Sea urchin barrens as alternative stable states of collapsed kelp ecosystems
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 495, 1-25, 2014
2212014
Rise of turfs: a new battlefront for globally declining kelp forests
K Filbee-Dexter, T Wernberg
BioScience 68 (2), 64-76, 2018
982018
Large-scale degradation of a kelp ecosystem in an ocean warming hotspot
K Filbee-Dexter, CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 543, 141-152, 2016
822016
Hurricane-mediated defoliation of kelp beds and pulsed delivery of kelp detritus to offshore sedimentary habitats
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 455, 51-64, 2012
602012
Status and trends for the world’s kelp forests
T Wernberg, K Krumhansl, K Filbee-Dexter, MF Pedersen
World seas: An environmental evaluation, 57-78, 2019
372019
Movement of pulsed resource subsidies from kelp forests to deep fjords
K Filbee-Dexter, T Wernberg, KM Norderhaug, E Ramirez-Llodra, ...
Oecologia 187 (1), 291-304, 2018
242018
Detrital kelp subsidy supports high reproductive condition of deep-living sea urchins in a sedimentary basin
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Aquatic Biology 23 (1), 71-86, 2014
192014
Spatial patterns and predictors of drift algal subsidy in deep subtidal environments
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Estuaries and Coasts 39 (6), 1724-1734, 2016
182016
Arctic kelp forests: Diversity, resilience and future
K Filbee-Dexter, T Wernberg, S Fredriksen, KM Norderhaug, ...
Global and Planetary Change, 2019
162019
Grazers extend blue carbon transfer by slowing sinking speeds of kelp detritus
T Wernberg, K Filbee-Dexter
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-7, 2018
132018
Distribution and abundance of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea and associated benthic macrofauna in Carriacou, Grenadines, Eastern Caribbean
RE Scheibling, DG Patriquin, K Filbee-Dexter
Aquatic Botany 144, 1-8, 2018
122018
Ecological surprise: concept, synthesis, and social dimensions
K Filbee‐Dexter, J Pittman, HA Haig, SM Alexander, CC Symons, ...
Ecosphere 8 (12), e02005, 2017
112017
The present is the key to the past: linking regime shifts in kelp beds to the distribution of deep‐living sea urchins
K Filbee‐Dexter, RE Scheibling
Ecology 98 (1), 253-264, 2017
102017
Missing the marine forest for the trees
T Wernberg, K Filbee-Dexter
Marine Ecology Progress Series 612, 209-215, 2019
92019
Stalked tunicates Boltenia ovifera form biogenic habitat in the rocky subtidal zone of Nova Scotia
FTY Francis, K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Marine biology 161 (6), 1375-1383, 2014
92014
Ethics of assisted evolution in marine conservation
K Filbee-Dexter, A Smajdor
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 20, 2019
82019
Can multitrophic interactions and ocean warming influence large‐scale kelp recovery?
H Christie, H Gundersen, E Rinde, K Filbee‐Dexter, KM Norderhaug, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (5), 2847-2862, 2019
72019
Invertebrate herbivores: Overlooked allies in the recovery of degraded coral reefs?
FT Francis, K Filbee-Dexter, HF Yan, IM Côté
Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00593, 2019
42019
Detrital carbon production and export in high latitude kelp forests
MF Pedersen, K Filbee-Dexter, KM Norderhaug, S Fredriksen, NL Frisk, ...
Oecologia 192 (1), 227-239, 2020
32020
Quantifying ecological and social drivers of ecological surprise
K Filbee‐Dexter, CC Symons, K Jones, HA Haig, J Pittman, SM Alexander, ...
Journal of applied ecology 55 (5), 2135-2146, 2018
32018
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