Kira A. Krumhansl
Kira A. Krumhansl
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Verified email at dal.ca
TitleCited byYear
Production and fate of kelp detritus
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 467, 281-302, 2012
2062012
Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century
KA Krumhansl, DK Okamoto, A Rassweiler, M Novak, JJ Bolton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13785-13790, 2016
1792016
Detrital production in Nova Scotian kelp beds: patterns and processes
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 421, 67-82, 2011
932011
Grazing damage and encrustation by an invasive bryozoan reduce the ability of kelps to withstand breakage by waves
KA Krumhansl, JM Lee, RE Scheibling
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 407 (1), 12-18, 2011
642011
Detrital subsidy from subtidal kelp beds is altered by the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp. fragile
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 456, 73-85, 2012
472012
Drift algal subsidies to sea urchins in low-productivity habitats
JR Kelly, KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 452, 145-157, 2012
462012
Travelling light: white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) rely on body lipid stores to power ocean-basin scale migration
G Del Raye, SJ Jorgensen, K Krumhansl, JM Ezcurra, BA Block
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20130836, 2013
372013
Modeling effects of climate change and phase shifts on detrital production of a kelp bed
KA Krumhansl, JS Lauzon-Guay, RE Scheibling
Ecology 95 (3), 763-774, 2014
312014
Spatial and temporal variation in grazing damage by the gastropod Lacuna vincta in Nova Scotian kelp beds
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Aquatic Biology 13 (2), 163-173, 2011
272011
Status and trends for the world’s kelp forests
T Wernberg, K Krumhansl, K Filbee-Dexter, MF Pedersen
World seas: An environmental evaluation, 57-78, 2019
242019
Positive feedback between large-scale disturbance and density-dependent grazing decreases resilience of a kelp bed ecosystem
JM O’Brien, RE Scheibling, KA Krumhansl
Marine Ecology Progress Series 522, 1-13, 2015
182015
Sympatric kelp species share a large portion of their surface bacterial communities
MA Lemay, PT Martone, PJ Keeling, JM Burt, KA Krumhansl, RD Sanders, ...
Environmental microbiology 20 (2), 658-670, 2018
172018
Using species traits to assess human impacts on near shore benthic ecosystems in the Canadian Arctic
K Krumhansl, R Jamieson, W Krkosek
Ecological indicators 60, 495-502, 2016
152016
Divergent growth strategies between red algae and kelps influence biomechanical properties
KA Krumhansl, KW Demes, E Carrington, CDG Harley
American journal of botany 102 (11), 1938-1944, 2015
152015
Assessment of Arctic community wastewater impacts on marine benthic invertebrates.
KA Krumhansl, WH Krkosek, M Greenwood, C Ragush, J Schmidt, J Grant, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (2), 760-766, 2014
152014
Treatment Performance of Wastewater Stabilization Ponds in Canada's Far North
WH Krkosek, C Ragush, L Boutilier, A Sinclair, K Krumhansl, GA Gagnon, ...
Cold Regions Engineering 2012: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in a …, 2012
132012
Environmental drivers of vertical distribution in diapausing Calanus copepods in the Northwest Atlantic
KA Krumhansl, EJH Head, P Pepin, S Plourde, NR Record, JA Runge, ...
Progress in Oceanography 162, 202-222, 2018
122018
Assessing the ecosystem‐level consequences of a small‐scale artisanal kelp fishery within the context of climate‐change
KA Krumhansl, JN Bergman, AK Salomon
Ecological applications 27 (3), 799-813, 2017
92017
Detrital production in kelp beds. degree of Doctor of Philosophy
KA Krumhansl
Department of Biology, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2012
92012
Sources of fine particulate species in ambient air over Lake Champlain Basin, VT
N Gao, AE Gildemeister, K Krumhansl, K Lafferty, PK Hopke, E Kim, ...
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 56 (11), 1607-1620, 2006
92006
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