Natasha Gownaris
Natasha Gownaris
Environmental Studies Department, Gettysburg College
Verified email at gettysburg.edu
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The global contribution of forage fish to marine fisheries and ecosystems
EK Pikitch, KJ Rountos, TE Essington, C Santora, D Pauly, R Watson, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 43-64, 2014
2972014
Personality, foraging behavior and specialization: integrating behavioral and food web ecology at the individual level
BJ Toscano, NJ Gownaris, SM Heerhartz, CJ Monaco
Oecologia 182 (1), 55-69, 2016
802016
Recruitment facilitation and spatial pattern formation in soft‐bottom mussel beds
JA Commito, AE Commito, RV Platt, BM Grupe, WED Piniak, NJ Gownaris, ...
Ecosphere 5 (12), 1-26, 2014
302014
Fisheries and water level fluctuations in the world's largest desert lake
NJ Gownaris, EK Pikitch, JY Aller, LS Kaufman, J Kolding, KMM Lwiza, ...
Ecohydrology 10 (1), e1769, 2017
232017
Water level fluctuations and the ecosystem functioning of lakes
NJ Gownaris, KJ Rountos, L Kaufman, J Kolding, KMM Lwiza, EK Pikitch
Journal of Great Lakes Research 44 (6), 1154-1163, 2018
202018
Predicting species’ vulnerability in a massively perturbed system: The fishes of Lake Turkana, Kenya
NJ Gownaris, EK Pikitch, WO Ojwang, R Michener, L Kaufman
PloS one 10 (5), e0127027, 2015
132015
Social-ecological change in the Omo-Turkana basin: A synthesis of current developments
J Hobod, EGJ Stevenson, G Akall, T Akuja, I Angelei, EA Bedasso, ...
Ambio 48 (1), 1-12, 2019
112019
A shifting tide: recommendations for incorporating science communication into graduate training
EJ Hundey, JH Olker, C Carreira, RM Daigle, AK Elgin, M Finiguerra, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 25 (4), 109-116, 2016
112016
Sex‐biased survival contributes to population decline in a long‐lived seabird, the Magellanic Penguin
N Gownaris, D Boersma
Ecological Applications 29 (1), e01826, 2019
102019
Separation anxiety: mussels self-organize into similar power-law clusters regardless of predation threat cues
JA Commito, NJ Gownaris, DE Haulsee, SE Coleman, BF Beal
Marine Ecology Progress Series 547, 107-119, 2016
92016
Gaps in protection of important ocean areas: A spatial meta-analysis of ten global mapping initiatives
NJ Gownaris, CM Santora, JB Davis, EK Pikitch
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 650, 2019
52019
Applying science to pressing conservation needs for penguins
PD Boersma, PG Borboroglu, NJ Gownaris, CA Bost, A Chiaradia, S Ellis, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (1), 103-112, 2020
32020
Lake Turkana, the World's Largest Permenant Desert Lake
WO Ojwang, KO Obiero, OO Donde, N Gownaris, EK Pikitch, R Omondi, ...
Encyclopedia of Wetlands 4, 2016
32016
Lake Turkana: World’s largest permanent desert Lake (Kenya)
WO Ojwang, KO Obiero, OO Donde, N Gownaris, EK Pikitch, R Omondi, ...
The wetland book: II: Distribution, description and conservation, 1-20, 2016
22016
Are mussel beds selfish herds? Mussels self-organize into fractal aggregations
N Gownaris, JA Commito
Benthic ecology meeting, 2008
22008
Effects of climate and land-use changes on fish catches across lakes at a global scale
YC Kao, MW Rogers, DB Bunnell, IG Cowx, SS Qian, O Anneville, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-14, 2020
2020
Sex ratio is variable and increasingly male biased at two colonies of Magellanic Penguins
NJ Gownaris, P Garcia Borboroglu, P Dee Boersma
Ecology 101 (3), 2020
2020
Water Level Fluctuations and the Ecosystem Functioning of African Lakes
N Gownaris, KJ Rountos, EK Pikitch, J Kolding, L Kaufman
145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2015
2015
Understanding the Impacts of Changes in Water Inflow on the Fishes of Lake Turkana, Kenya
NJ Gownaris
The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 2015
2015
Understanding the Different Ecological Roles of Three Tilapia Species in Lake Turkana, Kenya
TR Bouraad
2015
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