Erik V. Thuesen
Erik V. Thuesen
Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA USA
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The magnitude of global marine species diversity
W Appeltans, ST Ahyong, G Anderson, MV Angel, T Artois, N Bailly, ...
Current Biology 22 (23), 2189-2202, 2012
Decline in pelagic cephalopod metabolism with habitat depth reflects differences in locomotory efficiency
BA Seibel, EV Thuesen, JJ Childress, LA Gorodezky
The Biological Bulletin 192 (2), 262-278, 1997
Oxygen consumption rates and metabolic enzyme activities of oceanic California medusae in relation to body size and habitat depth
EV Thuesen, JJ Childress
The Biological Bulletin 187 (1), 84-98, 1994
Light-limitation on predator-prey interactions: consequences for metabolism and locomotion of deep-sea cephalopods
BA Seibel, EV Thuesen, JJ Childress
The Biological Bulletin 198 (2), 284-298, 2000
Poison arrowworms: a tetrodotoxin venom in the marine phylum Chaetognatha
EV Thuesen, K Kogure, K Hashimoto, T Nemoto
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 116 (3), 249-256, 1988
Ecophysiological interpretation of oxygen consumption rates and enzymatic activities of deep-sea copepods
EV Thuesen, CB Miller, JJ Childress
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 168, 95-107, 1998
Intragel oxygen promotes hypoxia tolerance of scyphomedusae
EV Thuesen, LD Rutherford, PL Brommer, K Garrison, MA Gutowska, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (13), 2475-2482, 2005
Metabolic performance and survival of medusae in estuarine hypoxia
LD Rutherford Jr, EV Thuesen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 294, 189-200, 2005
Bacterial production of tetrodotoxin in four species of Chaetognatha
EV Thuesen, K Kogure
The Biological Bulletin 176 (2), 191-194, 1989
Flight of the vampire: ontogenetic gait-transition in Vampyroteuthis infernalis (Cephalopoda: Vampyromorpha)
BA Seibel, EV Thuesen, JJ Childress
Journal of experimental biology 201 (16), 2413-2424, 1998
Enzymatic activities and metabolic rates of pelagic chaetognaths: lack of depth-related declines
EV Thuesen, JJ Childress
Limnology and oceanography 38 (5), 935-948, 1993
Ectosymbiotic behavior of Cancer gracilis and its trophic relationships with its host Phacellophora camtschatica and the parasitoid Hyperia medusarum
T Towanda, EV Thuesen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 315, 221-236, 2006
Metabolic rates, enzyme activities and chemical compositions of some deep-sea pelagic worms, particularly< i> Nectonemertes mirabilis</i>(Nemertea; Hoplonemertinea) and< i …
EV Thuesen, JJ Childress
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 40 (5), 937-951, 1993
Effects of hydrostatic pressure on metabolic rates of six species of deep-sea gelatinous zooplankton.
JJ Childress, EV Thuesen
Limnology and oceanography 38 (3), 665-670, 1993
Metabolic potential of deep-sea animals: regional and global scales
JJ Childress, EV Thuesen
Deep-sea food chains and the global carbon cycle, 217-236, 1992
Ammonium content and buoyancy in midwater cephalopods
BA Seibel, SK Goffredi, EV Thuesen, JJ Childress, BH Robison
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 313 (2), 375-387, 2004
Accumulation of tetrodotoxin in marine sediment.
K Kogure, HK Do, EV Thuesen, K Nanba, K Ohwada, U Simidu
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 45 (3), 303-305, 1988
Prolonged exposure to elevated CO2 promotes growth of the algal symbiont Symbiodinium muscatinei in the intertidal sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima
T Towanda, EV Thuesen
Biology open 1 (7), 615-621, 2012
Veligers of an introduced bivalve, Limnoperna fortunei, are a new food resource that enhances growth of larval fish in the Paraná River (South America)
Freshwater Biology 55 (9), 1831-1844, 2010
What determines the likelihood of species discovery in marine holozooplankton: is size, range or depth important?
MJ Gibbons, AJ Richardson, M V Angel, E Buecher, G Esnal, ...
Oikos 109 (3), 567-576, 2005
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