RE Scheibling
RE Scheibling
Professor of Biology, Dalhousie University
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Role of early post-settlement mortality in recruitment of benthic marine invertebrates
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 155, 269-301, 1997
Fatty acids as dietary tracers in benthic food webs
JR Kelly, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 446, 1-22, 2012
Destructive grazing, epiphytism, and disease: the dynamics of sea urchin-kelp interactions in Nova Scotia
RE Scheibling, AW Hennigar, T Balch
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (12), 2300-2314, 1999
Global regime shift dynamics of catastrophic sea urchin overgrazing
SD Ling, RE Scheibling, A Rassweiler, CR Johnson, N Shears, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
The influence of larval supply and settlement on the population structure of barnacles
TE Minchinton, RE Scheibling
Ecology 72 (5), 1867-1879, 1991
Sea urchin barrens as alternative stable states of collapsed kelp ecosystems
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Marine ecology progress series 495, 1-25, 2014
Production and fate of kelp detritus
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 467, 281-302, 2012
Mass mortality of Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) off Nova Scotia, Canada
RE Scheibling, RL Stephenson
Marine Biology 78 (2), 153-164, 1984
Community structure and organization of tidepools
A Metaxas, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1993
Increased macroalgal abundance following mass mortalities of sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia
R Scheibling
Oecologia 68 (2), 186-198, 1986
Heat waves, baby booms, and the destruction of kelp beds by sea urchins
MW Hart, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 99 (2), 167-176, 1988
Interactions between sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) and their predators in field and laboratory experiments
RE Scheibling, J Hamm
Marine Biology 110 (1), 105-116, 1991
Recurrent outbreaks of disease in sea urchins Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in Nova Scotia: evidence for a link with large-scale meteorologic and oceanographic events
RE Scheibling, AW Hennigar
Marine Ecology Progress Series 152, 155-165, 1997
Competitive interactions between the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp. tomentosoides and native canopy-forming seaweeds in Nova Scotia (Canada)
RE Scheibling, P Gagnon
Marine Ecology Progress Series 325, 1-14, 2006
Behavioral mechanisms of prey size selection by sea stars (Asterias vulgaris Verrill) and crabs (Cancer irroratus Say) preying on juvenile sea scallops (Placopecten …
MA Barbeau, RE Scheibling
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 180 (1), 103-136, 1994
Effect of macroalgae, microbial films, and conspecifics on the induction of metamorphosis of the green sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis (MuĻ ller)
CM Pearce, RE Scheibling
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 147 (2), 147-162, 1991
Induction of metamorphosis of larvae of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, by coralline red algae
CM Pearce, RE Scheibling
The Biological Bulletin 179 (3), 304-311, 1990
Annual reproductive cycle of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, in differing habitats in Nova Scotia, Canada
SK Meidel, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 131 (3), 461-478, 1998
Effects of food type and ration on reproductive maturation and growth of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis
SK Meidel, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 134 (1), 155-166, 1999
The ecology of Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis
RE Scheibling, BG Hatcher
Developments in aquaculture and fisheries science 32, 271-306, 2001
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