Heather Hunt
Heather Hunt
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of New Brunswick
Verified email at unb.ca
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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
6621997
Physical and biological factors influencing mussel (Mytilus trossulus, M. edulis) settlement on a wave-exposed rocky shore
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 142, 135-145, 1996
1151996
Marine animal behaviour in a high CO2 ocean
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 259-279, 2015
1062015
Vertical, lateral and temporal structure in larval distributions at hydrothermal vents
LS Mullineaux, SW Mills, AK Sweetman, AH Beaudreau, A Metaxas, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 293, 1-16, 2005
972005
Predicting wave dislodgment of mussels: variation in attachment strength with body size, habitat, and season
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 213, 157-164, 2001
932001
The roles of predation and postlarval transport in recruitment of the soft shell clam (Mya arenaria)
HL Hunt, LS Mullineaux
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (1), 151-164, 2002
862002
Patch dynamics of mussels on rocky shores: integrating process to understand pattern
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Ecology 82 (11), 3213-3231, 2001
852001
Spatial and temporal variability of patterns of colonization by mussels (Mytilus trossulus, M. edulis) on a wave-exposed rocky shore
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 167, 155-169, 1998
691998
Recovery of an IntertidalAssemblage Following a Rare Occurrenceof Scouringby Sea Ice in Nova Scotia, Canada
TE Minchintona, RE Scheiblingb, HL Huntb
621997
Spatial and temporal variability of macrobenthic communities in tidepools on a rocky shore in Nova-Scotia, Canada
A Metaxas, HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1994
571994
Transport of juvenile clams: effects of species and sediment grain size
HL Hunt
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 312 (2), 271-284, 2004
532004
Influence of sediment acidification and water flow on sediment acceptance and dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria L.)
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 453, 62-69, 2014
482014
Effects of whelk (Nucella lapillus (L.)) predation on mussel (Mytilus trossulus (Gould), M. edulis (L.)) assemblages in tidepools and on emergent rock on a wave …
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 226 (1), 87-113, 1998
441998
Testing biological control of colonization by vestimentiferan tubeworms at deep-sea hydrothermal vents (East Pacific Rise, 9 50′ N)
HL Hunt, A Metaxas, RM Jennings, KM Halanych, LS Mullineaux
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 51 (2), 225-234, 2004
362004
Settlement, recruitment and potential predators and competitors of juvenile echinoderms in the rocky subtidal zone
LB Jennings, HL Hunt
Marine Biology 157 (2), 307-316, 2010
352010
Movement and wave dislodgment of mussels on a wave-exposed rocky shore
HL HUNT, RE SCHEIBLING
The Veliger 45 (4), 273-277, 2002
352002
Post-settlement alteration of spatial patterns of soft shell clam (Mya arenaria) recruits
HL Hunt, DA McLean, LS Mullineaux
Estuaries 26 (1), 72-81, 2003
312003
Effects of CO2-driven sediment acidification on infaunal marine bivalves: a synthesis
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Marine Pollution Bulletin 117 (1-2), 6-16, 2017
292017
Spatial and temporal variability in juvenile bivalve dispersal: effects of sediment transport and flow regime
HL Hunt, MJ Maltais, DC Fugate, RJ Chant
Marine Ecology Progress Series 352, 145-159, 2007
282007
Effects of sediment source and flow regime on clam and sediment transport
HL Hunt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 296, 143-153, 2005
282005
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