Colette J. Feehan
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Large-scale degradation of a kelp ecosystem in an ocean warming hotspot
K Filbee-Dexter, CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2016
1042016
Validating the identity of Paramoeba invadens, the causative agent of recurrent mass mortality of sea urchins in Nova Scotia, Canada
CJ Feehan, J Johnson-Mackinnon, RE Scheibling, JS Lauzon-Guay, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 103 (3), 209-227, 2013
692013
Effects of sea urchin disease on coastal marine ecosystems
CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 161, 1467-1485, 2014
422014
An outbreak of sea urchin disease associated with a recent hurricane: Support for the “killer storm hypothesis” on a local scale
C Feehan, RE Scheibling, JS Lauzon-Guay
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 413, 159-168, 2012
332012
Disease outbreaks associated with recent hurricanes cause mass mortality of sea urchins in Nova Scotia
RE Scheibling, C Feehan, JS Lauzon-Guay
Marine Ecology Progress Series 408, 109-116, 2010
332010
Climate change, disease and the dynamics of a kelp-bed ecosystem in Nova Scotia
RE Scheibling, CJ Feehan, JS Lauzon-Guay
Climate Change: past, present and future perspectives, a global synthesis …, 2013
272013
Aggregative feeding behavior in sea urchins leads to destructive grazing in a Nova Scotian kelp bed
C Feehan, RE Scheibling, JS Lauzon-Guay
Marine Ecology Progress Series 444, 69-83, 2012
262012
Sponge cell aggregation: checkpoints in development indicate a high level of organismal complexity
D Eerkes-Medrano, CJ Feehan, SP Leys
Invertebrate Biology, 2014
172014
Kelp detritus provides high-quality food for sea urchin larvae
CJ Feehan, B Grauman-Boss, RR Strathmann, MN Dethier, DO Duggins
Limnology and Oceanography, 2018
152018
Low temperature tolerance of a sea urchin pathogen: Implications for benthic community dynamics in a warming ocean
RT Buchwald, CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling, AGB Simpson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 469, 1-9, 2015
142015
Disease as a control of sea urchin populations in Nova Scotian kelp beds
CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 500, 149-158, 2014
132014
Marine epizootics linked to storms: Mechanisms of pathogen introduction and persistence inferred from coupled physical and biological time-series
CJ Feehan, RE Scheibling, MS Brown, KR Thompson
Limnology and Oceanography, 2016
112016
Enhanced oceanic CO 2 uptake along the rapidly changing West Antarctic Peninsula
MS Brown, DR Munro, CJ Feehan, C Sweeney, HW Ducklow, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (9), 678-683, 2019
92019
Ecological feedbacks stabilize a turf-dominated ecosystem at the southern extent of kelp forests in the Northwest Atlantic
CJ Feehan, SP Grace, CA Narvaez
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
92019
Fertilization limitation of Diadema antillarum on coral reefs in the Florida Keys
CJ Feehan, MS Brown, WC Sharp, JS Lauzon-Guay, DK Adams
Ecology, 2016
72016
Articulated coralline algae provide a spatial refuge to juvenile sea urchins from predatory crabs
D Yiu, C Feehan
Marine Biology, 2017
52017
Harbouring the enemy: kelp holdfasts protect juvenile sea urchins from predatory crabs
CJ Feehan, FTY Francis, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 514, 149-161, 2014
52014
Synergistic negative effects of thermal stress and altered food resources on echinoid larvae
CJ Feehan, Z Ludwig, S Yu, DK Adams
Scientific Reports, 2018
42018
Larval influx of Diadema antillarum to the Florida Keys linked to passage of a Tortugas Eddy
CJ Feehan, WC Sharp, TN Miles, MS Brown, DK Adams
Coral Reefs, 2019
32019
Temperate urchins clear space for corals
SP Grace, C Feehan
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (3), 134-134, 2020
12020
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