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The following is a chronological list of peer-reviewed publications of scientific research conducted within the Hopkins Marine Life Refuge (HMLR).

(2008) Hydrodynamic forces and surface topography: Centimeter-scale spatial variation in wave forces. M. J. O'Donnell and M. W. Denny.
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (2): 579-588

(2008) Reduction of wave forces within bare patches in mussel beds. M. J. O'Donnell.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 362: 157-167

(2008) Persistence of depleted abalones in marine reserves of central California. F. Micheli, A. O. Shelton, S. M. Bushinsky, A. L. Chiu, A. J. Haupt, K. W. Heiman, C. V. Kappel, M. C. Lynch, R. G. Martone, R. B. Dunbar and J. Watanabe.
Biological Conservation 141 (4): 1078-1090

(2007) Temperature effects on low-light vision in juvenile rockfish (Genus Sebastes) and consequences for habitat utilization. C. R. L. Reilly and S. H. Thompson.
Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 193 (9): 943-953

(2007) The effects of temperature on producers, consumers, and plant-herbivore interactions in an intertidal community. B. Morelissen and C. D. G. Harley.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 348 (1-2): 162-173

(2007) Dislodged but not dead: survivorship of a high intertidal snail following wave dislodgement. L. P. Miller, M. J. O'Donnell and K. J. Mach.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87 (3): 735-739

(2007) Barriers to flow: The effects of experimental cage structures on water velocities in high-energy subtidal and intertidal environments. L. P. Miller and B. Gaylord.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 344 (2): 215-228

(2007) Feeding in extreme flows: behavior compensates for mechanical constraints in barnacle cirri. L. P. Miller.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 349: 227-234

(2007) Kelp versus coralline: Cellular basis for mechanical strength in the wave-swept seaweed Calliarthron (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta). P. T. Martone.
Journal of Phycology 43 (5): 882-891

(2007) Techniques for predicting the lifetimes of wave-swept macroalgae: a primer on fracture mechanics and crack growth. K. J. Mach, D. V. Nelson and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (13): 2213-2230

(2007) Death by small forces: a fracture and fatigue analysis of wave-swept macroalgae. K. J. Mach, B. B. Hale, M. W. Denny and D. V. Nelson.
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (13): 2231-2243

(2007) A closer look at regime shifts based on coastal observations along the eastern boundary of the North Pacific. L. C. Breaker.
Continental Shelf Research 27 (17): 2250-2277

(2006) The use of genetic clines to estimate dispersal distances of marine larvae. E. E. Sotka and S. R. Palumbi.
Ecology 87 (5): 1094-1103

(2006) Complex patterns of expression of heat-shock protein 70 across the southern biogeographical ranges of the intertidal mussel Mytilus californianus and snail Nucella ostrina. R. D. Sagarin and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Biogeography 33 (4): 622-630

(2006) Spatial variation in structure of an intertidal fish assemblage reflects daily settlement patterns. A. F. Ritter and R. K. Preisler.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 317: 211-223

(2006) Size, strength and allometry of joints in the articulated coralline Calliarthron. P. T. Martone.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (9): 1678-1689

(2006) Living on the edge of two changing worlds: Forecasting the responses of rocky intertidal ecosystems to climate change. B. Helmuth, N. Mieszkowska, P. Moore and S. J. Hawkins.
Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 37: 373-404

(2006) Mosaic patterns of thermal stress in the rocky intertidal zone: Implications for climate change. B. Helmuth, B. R. Broitman, C. A. Blanchette, S. Gilman, P. Halpin, C. D. G. Harley, M. J. O'Donnell, G. E. Hofmann, B. Menge and D. Strickland.
Ecological Monographs 76 (4): 461-479

(2006) Variation in the sensitivity of organismal body temperature to climate change over local and geographic scales. S. E. Gilman, D. S. Wethey and B. Helmuth.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103 (25): 9560-9565

(2006) Evaluation of effective shore level as a method of characterizing intertidal wave exposure regimes. S. E. Gilman, C. D. G. Harley, D. C. Strickland, O. Vanderstraeten, M. J. O'Donnell and B. Helmuth.
Limnology and Oceanography-Methods 4: 448-457

(2006) Thermal stress on intertidal limpets: long-term hindcasts and lethal limits. M. W. Denny, L. P. Miller and C. D. G. Harley.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (13): 2420-2431

(2006) Hot limpets: predicting body temperature in a conductance-mediated thermal system. M. W. Denny and C. D. G. Harley.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (13): 2409-2419

(2006) Ocean waves, nearshore ecology, and natural selection. M. W. Denny.
Aquatic Ecology 40 (4): 439-461

(2006) Jet propulsion in the cold: mechanics of swimming in the Antarctic scallop Adamussium colbecki. M. Denny and L. Miller.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (22): 4503-4514

(2006) Nonlinear aspects of sea surface temperature in Monterey Bay. L. C. Breaker.
Progress in Oceanography 69 (1): 61-89

(2006) Ecological gradients and relative abundance of native (Mytilus trossulus) and invasive (Mytilus galloprovincialis) blue mussels in the California hybrid zone. C. E. Braby and G. N. Somero.
Marine Biology 148 (6): 1249-1262

(2006) Following the heart: temperature and salinity effects on heart rate in native and invasive species of blue mussels (genus Mytilus). C. E. Braby and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (13): 2554-2566

(2006) The hydrodynamic effects of shape and size change during reconfiguration of a flexible macroalga. M. L. Boller and E. Carrington.
Journal of Experimental Biology 209 (10): 1894-1903

(2005) Two-dimensional gel analysis of the heat-shock response in marine snails (genus Tegula): interspecific variation in protein expression and acclimation ability. L. Tomanek.
Journal of Experimental Biology 208 (16): 3133-3143

(2005) Piscivorous behavior of a temperate cone snail, Conus californicus. J. Stewart and W. F. Gilly.
Biological Bulletin 209 (2): 146-153

(2005) Evolutionary and acclimation-induced variation in the thermal limits of heart function in congeneric marine snails (Genus Tegula): Implications for vertical zonation. E. Stenseng, C. E. Braby and G. N. Somero.
Biological Bulletin 208 (2): 138-144

(2005) Field trials and simulations of point-nearest-neighbor distance methods for estimating abalone density. R. McGarvey, K. Byth, C. D. Dixon, R. W. Day and J. E. Feenstra.
Journal of Shellfish Research 24 (2): 393-399

(2005) Red algae respond to waves: Morphological and mechanical variation in Mastocarpus papillatus along a gradient of force. J. A. Kitzes and M. W. Denny.
Biological Bulletin 208 (2): 114-119

(2005) Biophysics, physiological ecology,and climate change: Does mechanism matter? B. Helmuth, J. G. Kingsolver and E. Carrington.
Annual Review of Physiology 67: 177-201

(2005) What's happening in Monterey Bay on seasonal to interdecadal time scales. L. C. Breaker.
Continental Shelf Research 25 (10): 1159-1193

(2004) Strong genetic clines and geographical variation in gene flow in the rocky intertidal barnacle Balanus glandula. E. E. Sotka, J. P. Wares, J. A. Barth, R. K. Grosberg and S. R. Palumbi.
Molecular Ecology 13 (8): 2143-2156

(2004) Variation in blade morphology of the kelp Eisenia arborea: incipient speciation due to local water motion? L. M. Roberson and J. A. Coyer.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 282: 115-128

(2004) Genetic variation in Mastocarpus papillatus (Rhodophyta) in central California using amplified fragment length polymorphisms. W. B. Ludington, K. A. Callicott and A. W. DeTomaso.
Plant Species Biology 19 (2): 107-113

(2004) Limits to phenotypic plasticity: Flow effects on barnacle feeding appendages. N. K. Li and M. W. Denny.
Biological Bulletin 206 (3): 121-124

(2004) An experimental test of the effects of variation in recruitment intensity on intertidal community composition. S. E. Forde and P. T. Ralmondi.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 301 (1): 1-14

(2004) Quantifying scale in ecology: Lessons from a wave-swept shore. M. W. Denny, B. Helmuth, G. H. Leonard, C. D. G. Harley, L. J. H. Hunt and E. K. Nelson.
Ecological Monographs 74 (3): 513-532

(2004) Paradox lost: answers and questions about walking on water. M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 207 (10): 1601-1606

(2003) Heat-shock protein 70 (Hsp70) as a biochemical stress indicator: An experimental field test in two congeneric intertidal gastropods (Genus : Tegula). L. Tomanek and E. Sanford.
Biological Bulletin 205 (3): 276-284

(2003) Local selection and latitudinal variation in a marine predator-prey interaction. E. Sanford, M. S. Roth, G. C. Johns, J. P. Wares and G. N. Somero.
Science 300 (5622): 1135-1137

(2003) Predicting wave exposure in the rocky intertidal zone: Do bigger waves always lead to larger forces-9. B. Helmuth and M. W. Denny.
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (3): 1338-1345

(2003) Modulation of wave forces on kelp canopies by alongshore currents. B. Gaylord, M. W. Denny and M. A. R. Koehl.
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (2): 860-871

(2003) Extreme water velocities: Topographical amplification of wave-induced flow in the surf zone of rocky shores. M. W. Denny, L. P. Miller, M. D. Stokes, L. J. H. Hunt and B. S. T. Helmuth.
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1): 1-8

(2003) Cyberkelp: an integrative approach to the modelling of flexible organisms. M. W. Denny and B. B. Hale.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 358 (1437): 1535-1542

(2002) Interspecific- and acclimation-induced variation in levels of heat-shock proteins 70 (hsp70) and 90 (hsp90) and heat-shock transcription factor-1 (HSF1) in congeneric marine snails (genus Tegula): implications for regulation of hsp gene expression. L. Tomanek and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (5): 677-685

(2002) Physiological ecology of rocky intertidal organisms: A synergy of concepts. L. Tomanek and B. Helmuth.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4): 771-775

(2002) The heat-shock response: Its variation, regulation and ecological importance in intertidal gastropods (genus Tegula). L. Tomanek.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4): 797-807

(2002) Causes and consequences of thermal tolerance limits in rocky intertidal porcelain crabs, genus Petrolisthes. J. H. Stillman.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4): 790-796

(2002) The 'abundant centre' distribution: to what extent is it a biogeographical rule? R. D. Sagarin and S. D. Gaines.
Ecology Letters 5 (1): 137-147

(2002) Geographical abundance distributions of coastal invertebrates: using one-dimensional ranges to test biogeographic hypotheses. R. D. Sagarin and S. D. Gaines.
Journal of Biogeography 29 (8): 985-997

(2002) An invasive whelk as predator and prey: The ecology of Kelletia kelletii in Monterey Bay, California. S. I. Lonhart.
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(2002) Climate change and latitudinal patterns of intertidal thermal stress. B. Helmuth, C. D. G. Harley, P. M. Halpin, M. O'Donnell, G. E. Hofmann and C. A. Blanchette.
Science 298 (5595): 1015-1017

(2002) How do we measure the environment? Linking intertidal thermal physiology and ecology through biophysics. B. Helmuth.
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4): 837-845

(2002) Algal products as naturally occurring substrates for p-glycoprotein in Mytilus californianus. N. Eufemia, S. Clerte, S. Girshick and D. Epel.
Marine Biology 140 (2): 343-353

(2002) Revised estimates of the effects of turbulence on fertilization in the purple sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. M. W. Denny, E. K. Nelson and K. S. Mead.
Biological Bulletin 203 (3): 275-277

(2002) Blade motion and nutrient flux to the Kelp, Eisenia arborea. M. Denny and L. Roberson.
Biological Bulletin 203 (1): 1-13

(2002) The mechanics of wave-swept algae. M. Denny and B. Gaylord.
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (10): 1355-1362

(2001) The effect of anthropogenic organic pollution on glutathione S-transferase activity in the bay mussel, Mytilus galloprovincialis. C. A. Uraiqat, G. N. Somero and P. A. Fields.
American Zoologist 41 (6): 1612-1613

(2001) A comparative analysis of the evolutionary patterning and mechanistic bases of lactate dehydrogenase thermal stability in porcelain crabs, genus Petrolisthes. J. H. Stillman and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (4): 767-776

(2001) Molecular phytogeny of eastern Pacific porcelain crabs, genera Petrolisthes and Pachycheles, based on the mtDNA 16S rDNA sequence: Phylogeographic and systematic implications. J. H. Stillman and C. A. Reeb.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 19 (2): 236-245

(2001) Microhabitats, thermal heterogeneity, and patterns of physiological stress in the rocky intertidal zone. B. S. T. Helmuth and G. E. Hofmann.
Biological Bulletin 201 (3): 374-384

(2001) Consequences of transient fluid forces for compliant benthic organisms. B. Gaylord, B. B. Hale and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 204 (7): 1347-1360

(2001) Visual pigments and optical habitats of surfperch (Embiotocidae) in the California kelp forest. M. E. Cummings and J. C. Partridge.
Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 187 (11): 875-889

(2000) Time course and magnitude of synthesis of heat-shock proteins in congeneric marine snails (Genus Tegula) from different tidal heights. L. Tomanek and G. N. Somero.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (2): 249-256

(2000) A comparative analysis of the upper thermal tolerance limits of eastern Pacific porcelain crabs, genus Petrolisthes: Influences of latitude, vertical zonation, acclimation, and phylogeny. J. H. Stillman and G. N. Somero.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (2): 200-208

(2000) Evolutionary history and adaptive significance of respiratory structures on the legs of intertidal porcelain crabs, genus Petrolisthes. J. H. Stillman.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (1): 86-96

(2000) Kelp forest fish populations in marine reserves and adjacent exploited areas of central California. M. J. Paddack and J. A. Estes.
Ecological Applications 10 (3): 855-870

(2000) Biological implications of surf-zone flow complexity. B. Gaylord.
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (1): 174-188

(2000) Induction of the multixenobiotic defense mechanism (MXR), P-glycoprotein, in the mussel Mytilus californianus as a general cellular response to environmental stresses. N. A. Eufemia and D. Epel.
Aquatic Toxicology 49 (1-2): 89-100

(2000) Hydrodynamics, shell shape, behavior and survivorship in the owl limpet Lottia gigantea. M. W. Denny and C. A. Blanchette.
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (17): 2623-2639

(2000) Limits to optimization: Fluid dynamics, adhesive strength and the evolution of shape in limpet shells. M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 203 (17): 2603-2622

(2000) Chance in biology: Using probability to explore nature. M. Denny, S. Gaines, M. Denny and S. Gaines.
Chance in biology: Using probability to explore nature: i-xiii, 1-291

(1999) Evolutionary and acclimation-induced variation in the heat-shock responses of congeneric marine snails (genus Tegula) from different thermal habitats: Implications for limits of thermotolerance and biogeography. L. Tomanek and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (21): 2925-2936

(1999) Climate-related change in an intertidal community over short and long time scales. R. D. Sagarin, J. P. Barry, S. E. Gilman and C. H. Baxter.
Ecological Monographs 69 (4): 465-490

(1999) Thermal biology of rocky intertidal mussels: Quantifying body temperatures using climatological data. B. Helmuth.
Ecology 80 (1): 15-34

(1999) Detailing agents of physical disturbance: wave-induced velocities and accelerations on a rocky shore. B. Gaylord.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 239 (1): 85-124

(1999) Are there mechanical limits to size in wave-swept organisms? M. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 202 (23): 3463-3467

(1998) Dispersal and recruitment of a canopy-forming intertidal alga: the relative roles of propagule availability and post-settlement processes. L. E. Johnson and S. H. Brawley.
Oecologia 117 (4): 517-526

(1998) Intertidal mussel microclimates: Predicting the body temperature of a sessile invertebrate. B. S. T. Helmuth.
Ecological Monographs 68 (1): 51-74

(1998) The multixenobiotic defense mechanism in mussels is induced by substrates and non-substrates: Implications for a general stress response. N. A. Eufemia and D. Epel.
Marine Environmental Research 46 (1-5): 401-405

(1998) Celestial mechanics, sea-level changes, and intertidal ecology. M. W. Denny and R. T. Paine.
Biological Bulletin 194 (2): 108-115

(1998) The menace of momentum: Dynamic forces on flexible organisms. M. Denny, B. Gaylord, B. Helmuth and T. Daniel.
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (5): 955-968

(1997) Population dynamics of giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera along a wave exposure gradient. M. H. Graham, C. Harrold, S. Lisin, K. Light, J. M. Watanabe and M. S. Foster.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 148 (1-3): 269-279

(1997) Flow and flexibility - I. Effects of size, shape and stiffness in determining wave forces on the stipitate kelps Eisenia arborea and Pterygophora californica. B. Gaylord and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (24): 3141-3164

(1997) Flow and flexibility - II. The roles of size and shape in determining wave forces on the bull kelp Nereocystis luetkeana. M. W. Denny, B. P. Gaylord and E. A. Cowen.
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (24): 3165-3183

(1997) Settlement of marine organisms in flow. A. Abelson and M. Denny.
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 28: 317-339

(1997) Settlement in flow: Upstream exploration of substrata by weakly swimming larvae. A. Abelson.
Ecology 78 (1): 160-166

(1996) Differential protein profiles reflect the different lifestyles of symbiotic and aposymbiotic Anthopleura elegantissima, a sea anemone from temperate waters. V. M. Weis and R. P. Levine.
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (4): 883-892

(1996) Wave-induced forces on the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera (Agardh): Field test of a computational model. B. D. Utter and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (12): 2645-2654

(1996) Adaptation to temperature stress and aerial exposure in congeneric species of intertidal porcelain crabs (genus Petrolisthes): Correlation of physiology, biochemistry and morphology with vertical distribution. J. H. Stillman and G. N. Somero.
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (8): 1845-1855

(1996) Protein ubiquitination and stress protein synthesis in Mytilus trossulus occurs during recovery from tidal emersion. G. E. Hofmann and G. N. Somero.
Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 5 (3): 175-184

(1996) Interspecific variation in thermal denaturation of proteins in the congeneric mussels Mytilus trossulus and M-galloprovincialis: Evidence from the heat shock response and protein ubiquitination. G. E. Hofmann and G. N. Somero.
Marine Biology 126 (1): 65-75

(1996) Why the urchin lost its spines: Hydrodynamic forces and survivorship in three echinoids. M. Denny and B. Gaylord.
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (3): 717-729

(1996) Photosynthetic response of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera (phaeophyceae) to ultraviolet radiation. S. K. Clendennen, R. C. Zimmerman, D. A. Powers and R. S. Alberte.
Journal of Phycology 32 (4): 614-620

(1996) Mechanical design of mussel byssus: Material yield enhances attachment strength. E. C. Bell and J. M. Gosline.
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (4): 1005-1017

(1995) Beakers Versus Breakers - How Fertilization in the Laboratory Differs from Fertilization in Nature. K. S. Mead and D. Epel.
Zygote 3 (2): 95-99

(1995) The Effects of Hydrodynamic Shear-Stress on Fertilization and Early Development of the Purple Sea-Urchin Strongylocentrotus-Purpuratus. K. S. Mead and M. W. Denny.
Biological Bulletin 188 (1): 46-56

(1995) Surviving Hydrodynamic-Forces in a Wave-Swept Environment - Consequences of Morphology in the Feather Boa Kelp, Egregia-Menziesii (Turner). M. T. Friedland and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 190 (1): 109-133

(1995) Survival in the Surf Zone. M. Denny.
American Scientist 83 (2): 166-173

(1995) Predicting Physical Disturbance - Mechanistic Approaches to the Study of Survivorship on Wave-Swept Shores. M. Denny.
Ecological Monographs 65 (4): 371-418

(1995) Environmental and Morphological Influences on Thallus Temperature and Desiccation of the Intertidal Alga Mastocarpus-Papillatus Kutzing. E. C. Bell.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 191 (1): 29-55

(1995) Climate-Related, Long-Term Faunal Changes in a California Rocky Intertidal Community. J. P. Barry, C. H. Baxter, R. D. Sagarin and S. E. Gilman.
Science 267 (5198): 672-675

(1994) Population-Structure, Growth, and Fecundity of the Kelp Forest Mysid Holmesimysis-Costata in Monterey Bay, California. S. Turpen, J. W. Hunt, B. S. Anderson and J. S. Pearse.
Journal of Crustacean Biology 14 (4): 657-664

(1994) Mechanical Consequences of Size in Wave-Swept Algae. B. Gaylord, C. A. Blanchette and M. W. Denny.
Ecological Monographs 64 (3): 287-313

(1994) Roles of hydrodynamics in the study of life on wave-swept shores. M. W. Denny.
Ecological morphology: Integrative organismal biology: 169-204

(1994) Extreme Drag Forces and the Survival of Wind-Swept and Water-Swept Organisms. M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Biology 194: 97-115

(1994) Food Choice, Detection, Time Spent Feeding, and Consumption by 2 Species of Subtidal Nassariidae from Monterey Bay, California. J. C. Britton and B. Morton.
Veliger 37 (1): 81-92

(1994) Quantifying Wave Exposure - a Simple Device for Recording Maximum Velocity and Results of Its Use at Several Field Sites. E. C. Bell and M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 181 (1): 9-29

(1994) Hydrodynamic Impediments to Settlement of Marine Propagules, and Adhesive-Filament Solutions. A. Abelson, D. Weihs and Y. Loya.
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (1): 164-169

(1993) A Dynamic-Model for Wave-Induced Light Fluctuations in a Kelp Forest. S. R. Wing, J. J. Leichter and M. W. Denny.
Limnology and Oceanography 38 (2): 396-407

(1993) Physiological Comparison of the Isomorphic Life-History Phases of the High Intertidal Alga Endocladia-Muricata (Rhodophyta). S. A. Britting and D. J. Chapman.
Journal of Phycology 29 (6): 739-745

(1993) Photosynthetic response to temperature and desiccation of the intertidal alga Mastocarpus papillatus. E. C. Bell.
Marine Biology (Berlin) 117 (2): 337-346

(1992) Physiological response of the stipitate understory kelp, Pterygophora californica Ruprecht, to shading by the giant kelp,. J. M. P. Watanabe, R E; Allen, N H; Anderson, W A.
J Exp Mar Biol Ecol 159 (2): 237-252.

(1992) Biological Consequences of Topography on Wave-Swept Rocky Shores .1. Enhancement of External Fertilization. M. Denny, J. Dairiki and S. Distefano.
Biological Bulletin 183 (2): 220-232

(1991) Collisions of Upwelling Fronts with the Intertidal Zone - the Cause of Recruitment Pulses in Barnacle Populations of Central California. J. Roughgarden, J. T. Pennington, D. Stoner, S. Alexander and K. Miller.
Acta Oecologica-International Journal of Ecology 12 (1): 35-51

(1991) Variation in Nitrogen Physiology and Growth among Geographically Isolated Populations of the Giant-Kelp, Macrocystis-Pyrifera (Phaeophyta). C. D. Kopczak, R. C. Zimmerman and J. N. Kremer.
Journal of Phycology 27 (2): 149-158

(1991) Intertidal Trees - Consequences of Aggregation on the Mechanical and Photosynthetic Properties of Sea-Palms Postelsia-Palmaeformis Ruprecht. N. M. Holbrook, M. W. Denny and M. A. R. Koehl.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 146 (1): 39-67

(1991) Cross-Shelf Transport Causes Recruitment to Intertidal Populations in Central California. T. M. Farrell, D. Bracher and J. Roughgarden.
Limnology and Oceanography 36 (2): 279-288

(1991) Biology, Natural-Selection and the Prediction of Maximal Wave-Induced Forces. M. W. Denny.
South African Journal of Marine Science-Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Seewetenskap 10: 353-363

(1991) Locomotion, Asexual Reproduction, and Killing of Corals by the Corallimorpharian Corynactis-Californica. N. E. Chadwick and C. Adams.
Hydrobiologia 216: 263-269

(1991) Spatial-Distribution and the Effects of Competition on Some Temperate Scleractinia and Corallimorpharia. N. E. Chadwick.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 70 (1): 39-48

(1991) Survival of Fucoid Embryos in the Intertidal Zone Depends Upon Developmental Stage and Microhabitat. S. H. Brawley and L. E. Johnson.
Journal of Phycology 27 (2): 179-186

(1990) On the Prediction of Maximal Intertidal Wave-Forces. M. W. Denny and S. D. Gaines.
Limnology and Oceanography 35 (1): 1-15

(1990) Terrestrial Versus Aquatic Biology - the Medium and Its Message. M. W. Denny.
American Zoologist 30 (1): 111-121

(1990) Drag and dislodgment of an intertidal macroalga: consequences of morphological variation in Mastocarpus papillatus Kutzin. E. Carrington.
J. Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 139: 185-200

(1989) Tenacity-Mediated Selective Predation by Oystercatchers on Intertidal Limpets and Its Role in Maintaining Habitat Partitioning by Collisella-Scabra and Lottia-Digitalis. T. Hahn and M. Denny.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 53 (1): 1-10

(1989) Consequences of Surf-Zone Turbulence for Settlement and External Fertilization. M. W. Denny and M. F. Shibata.
American Naturalist 134 (6): 859-889

(1989) Fracture-Mechanics and the Survival of Wave-Swept Macroalgae. M. Denny, V. Brown, E. Carrington, G. Kraemer and A. Miller.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 127 (3): 211-228

(1989) A Limpet Shell Shape That Reduces Drag - Laboratory Demonstration of a Hydrodynamic Mechanism and an Exploration of Its Effectiveness in Nature. M. Denny.
Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie 67 (9): 2098-2106

(1988) Recruitment Dynamics in Complex Life-Cycles. J. Roughgarden, S. Gaines and H. Possingham.
Science 241 (4872): 1460-1466

(1987) Long-Term Population-Dynamics of Sea-Urchins in a Central California Kelp Forest - Rare Recruitment and Rapid Decline. J. S. Pearse and A. H. Hines.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 39 (3): 275-283

(1987) Fish in Offshore Kelp Forests Affect Recruitment to Intertidal Barnacle Populations. S. D. Gaines and J. Roughgarden.
Science 235 (4787): 479-481

(1987) Life in the Maelstrom - the Biomechanics of Wave-Swept Rocky Shores. M. W. Denny.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 2 (3): 61-66

(1987) Lift as a Mechanism of Patch Initiation in Mussel Beds. M. W. Denny.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 113 (3): 231-245

(1986) Dynamics of a Metapopulation with Space-Limited Subpopulations. J. Roughgarden and Y. Iwasa.
Theoretical Population Biology 29 (2): 235-261

(1985) A Short-Term Demographic-Study of Cystoseira-Osmundacea (Fucales, Cystoseiraceae) in Central California. D. R. Schiel.
Journal of Phycology 21 (1): 99-106

(1985) Demographic-Theory for an Open Marine Population with Space-Limited Recruitment. J. Roughgarden, Y. Iwasa and C. Baxter.
Ecology 66 (1): 54-67

(1985) Larval Settlement Rate - a Leading Determinant of Structure in an Ecological Community of the Marine Intertidal Zone. S. Gaines and J. Roughgarden.
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(1985) Wave-Forces on Intertidal Organisms - a Case-Study. M. W. Denny.
Limnology and Oceanography 30 (6): 1171-1187

(1985) Growth, Morphology, and Laboratory Culture of Larvae of Balanus-Glandula (Cirripedia, Thoracica). S. K. Brown and J. Roughgarden.
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(1985) Composition, Abundance, and Phenology of Foliose Red Algae Associated with 2 Central California Kelp Forests. V. A. Breda and M. S. Foster.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 94 (1-3): 115-130

(1984) Food Preference, Food Quality and Diets of 3 Herbivorous Gastropods (Trochidae, Tegula) in a Temperate Kelp Forest Habitat. J. M. Watanabe.
Oecologia 62 (1): 47-52

(1984) The Influence of Recruitment, Competition, and Benthic Predation on Spatial Distributions of 3 Species of Kelp Forest Gastropods (Trochidae, Tegula). J. M. Watanabe.
Ecology 65 (3): 920-936

(1984) Space Partitioning within Populations of Sea-Anemones (Genus Anthopleura) in the California Rocky Intertidal Zone. A. R. Russo.
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(1984) Mechanical-Properties of Pedal Mucus and Their Consequences for Gastropod Structure and Performance. M. W. Denny.
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(1984) Introduction to the Symposium - Biomechanics. M. W. Denny.
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(1983) Anti-Predator Defenses of 3 Kelp Forest Gastropods - Contrasting Adaptations of Closely-Related Prey Species. J. M. Watanabe.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 71 (3): 257-270

(1983) Ontogeny of Behavior in the Crab Instars of the Dungeness Crab, Cancer-Magister Dana 1852. C. A. Jacoby.
Zeitschrift Fur Tierpsychologie-Journal of Comparative Ethology 63 (1): 1-16

(1983) Seasonal Productivity of 2 Red Algae in a Central California Kelp Forest. J. N. Heine.
Journal of Phycology 19 (2): 146-152

(1983) Population dynamics and life history of a solitary coral, Balanophyllia elegans, from central California. Y. H. Fadlallah.
Oecologia (Berlin) 58 (2): 200-207

(1982) Colonization and Distribution of the Red Algal Epiphytes Melobesia-Mediocris and Smithora-Naiadum on the Seagrass Phyllospadix-Torreyi. P. A. Willcocks.
Aquatic Botany 12 (4): 365-373

(1982) Behavioral-Responses of the Larvae of Cancer-Magister Dana (1852) to Light, Pressure, and Gravity. C. A. Jacoby.
Marine Behaviour and Physiology 8 (4): 267-283

(1982) Abalones, shells, and sea otters: dynamics of prey populations in central California. A. H. Hines and J. S. Pearse.
Ecology (Washington D C) 63 (5): 1547-1560

(1982) Coexistence in a Kelp Forest - Size, Population-Dynamics, and Resource Partitioning in a Guild of Spider Crabs (Brachyura, Majidae). A. H. Hines.
Ecological Monographs 52 (2): 179-198

(1982) Factors Controlling the Inter-Tidal Zonation of Iridaea-Flaccida (Rhodophyta). M. S. Foster.
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(1982) Sexual reproduction in solitary corals: overlapping oogenic and brooding cycles, and benthi planula of Balanophyllia elegans. Y. a. J. S. P. Fadlallah.
Marine Biology 71: 223-231.

(1982) Reproductive ecology of the coral Astrangia lajollaensis: sexual and asexual patterns in a kelp forest habitat. Y. Fadlallah.
Oecologia 55: 379-388

(1981) Spatial Segregation of 4 Species of Turban Snails Gastropoda Tegula in Central California USA. M. L. Riedman, A. H. Hines and J. S. Pearse.
Veliger 24 (2): 97-102

(1981) Diet and Reproductive-Biology of the Rocky Inter-Tidal Prosobranch Gastropod Tricolia-Pulloides. M. G. Mooers.
Veliger 24 (2): 103-108

(1981) Feeding and Pharmacological Properties of Anisodoris-Nobilis Individuals (Mollusca, Nudibranchia) Selecting Different Noxious Sponges Plus Detritus. C. L. Kitting.
Biological Bulletin 161 (1): 126-140

(1981) Distribution, Activity, and Food-Habits of Juvenile Tegula-Funebralis and Littorina-Scutulata (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia) as They Relate to Resource Partitioning. J. T. Jensen.
Veliger 23 (4): 333-338

(1980) Herbivore-Plant Interactions of Individual Limpets Maintaining a Mixed Diet of InterTidal Marine-Algae. C. L. Kitting.
Ecological Monographs 50 (4): 527-550

(1980) Control of the Inter-Tidal Distribution of Gastroclonium-Coulteri in Monterey-Bay, California, USA. L. M. Hodgson.
Marine Biology 57 (2): 121-126

(1980) Pacific Harbor Seal (Phoca-Vitulina-Richardii) - Haul out Impact on the Rocky Mid-Tidal Zone. J. Boal.
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 2 (4): 265-269

(1979) Expansion of a central california kelp forest following the mass mortality of sea-urchins. J. S. Pearse and A. H. Hines.
Marine Biology (Berlin) 51 (1): 83-91

(1979) Early Post Metamorphic Growth Budding and Spicule Formation in the Compound Ascidian Cystodytes-Lobatus. G. Lambert.
Biological Bulletin (Woods Hole) 157 (3): 464-477

(1979) Use of Feeding Noises to Determine the Algal Foods Being Consumed by Individual Inter-Tidal Mollusks. C. L. Kitting.
Oecologia 40 (1): 1-17

(1977) Sub tidal abalone populations in an area inhabited by sea otters. J. Cooper, M. Wieland and A. Hines.
Veliger 20 (2): 163-167

(1976) Effect of a Species-Specific Avoidance-Response to Predatory Starfish on Intertidal Distribution of 2 Gastropods. D. W. Phillips.
Oecologia 23 (2): 83-94

(1976) Some Biochemical Responses to Temperature Acclimation in Limpet, Acmaea-Limatula Carpenter (1864). R. P. Markel.
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B-Biochemistry & Molecular Biology 53 (1): 81-84

(1976) Population Energetics of Intertidal Isopod Cirolana-Harfordi. W. S. Johnson.
Marine Biology 36 (4): 351-357

(1976) Biology and Population-Dynamics of Intertidal Isopod Cirolana-Harfordi. W. S. Johnson.
Marine Biology 36 (4): 343-350

(1976) Oxygen as a Limiting Factor in Phototaxis and in Intraclonal Spacing of Sea-Anemone Anthopleura-Elegantissima. C. A. Fredericks.
Marine Biology 38 (1): 25-28

(1975) Oxygen-Consumption of Purple Sea-Urchin with Special Reference to Reproductive-Cycle. S. K. Webster and A. C. Giese.
Biological Bulletin 148 (1): 165-180

(1975) Oxygen-Consumption in Echinoderms from Several Geographical Locations, with Particular Reference to Echinoidea. S. K. Webster.
Biological Bulletin 148 (1): 157-164

(1975) Distance Chemoreception-Triggered Avoidance-Behavior of Limpets Acmaea (Collisella) Limatula and Acmaea (Notoacmea) Scutum to Predatory Starfish Pisaster-Ochraceus. D. W. Phillips.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 191 (2): 199-209

(1975) Localization and Electrical-Activity of Distance Chemoreceptors That Mediate Predator Avoidance-Behavior in Acmaea-Limatula and Acmaea-Scutum (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia). D. W. Phillips.
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(1975) Trace-Metal Levels in Beach Dipterans and Amphipods. J. A. Bender.
Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 14 (2): 187-192

(1974) Aspects of Physiology of Temperature Acclimation in Limpet Acmaea-Limatula Carpenter (1864) - Integrated Field and Laboratory Study. R. P. Markel.
Physiological Zoology 47 (2): 99-109

(1974) Distribution of 6 Species of Gastropod Mollusks in a California Kelp Forest. L. F. Lowry, A. J. McElroy and J. S. Pearse.
Biological Bulletin 147 (2): 386-396

(1974) Comparative Photosynthetic Capacities of Intertidal Algae under Exposed and Submerged Conditions. W. S. Johnson, A. Gigon, S. L. Gulmon and H. A. Mooney.
Ecology 55 (2): 450-453

(1974) Algae Associated with Kelp Beds of Monterey-Peninsula, California. J. S. Devinny and P. D. Kirkwood.
Botanica Marina 17 (2): 100-106

(1973) Production of Giant Kelp, Macrocystis, Estimated by in Situ Incorporation of C-14 in Polyethylene Bags. D. W. Towle and J. S. Pearse.
Limnology and Oceanography 18 (1): 155-158

(1973) Learning - Classical and Avoidance-Conditioning in Mollusk Pleurobranchaea. G. J. Mpitsos and W. J. Davis.
Science 180 (4083): 317-320

(1973) Summary of Blue Rockfish and Lingcod Life Histories; A Reef Ecology Study; And Giant Kelp, Macrocystis Pyrifera, Experiments In Monterey Bay, California. D. J. a. G. Miler, J. J. .
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Marine Biology 23 (3): 213-219

(1971) Niche differences in the intertidal limpets Acmaea scabra and Acmaea digitalis (Gastropoda) in central California. S. B. Haven.
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(1968) An Investigation of the Commensals of Cryptochiton stelleri (Middendorf, 1846) in the Monterey Peninsula Area, California. S. K. Webster.
Veliger 11 (2): 121 - 125

(1968) Notes on Cryptochiton-Stelleri Age Food Habits. G. E. Macginitie and N. Macginitie.
Veliger 11 (1): 59-61

(1965) Community composition, structure, and interrelationships in the marine intertidal Endocladia muricata-Balanus glandula association in Monterey Bay. California. P. W. Glynn.
Beaufortia 12 ((148)): 1-198

(1964) The distribution and movement of Tegula funebralis in the intertidal region, Monterey Bay, California. W. M. Wara and B. B. Wright.
Veliger 6 ((Suppl.)): 30-37

(1964) Musculis pygmaeus spec. nov., a minute mytilid from the high intertidal zone at Monterey Bay, California (Mollusca: Pelecypoda). P. W. Glynn.
Veliger 7 ((2)): 121-128

(1963) Thermal tolerance and acclimation in the western purple sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. A. Farmanfarmaian and A. C. Giese.
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(1962) Sublittoral ecology of kelp beds of the open coast area near Carmel, California. J. H. McLean.
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(1962) The distribution of Nephtys californiensis and Nephtys caecoides on the Californian coast. R. B. Clark and E. C. Haderlie.
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(1960) A Study of Reproduction in the Intertidal Barnacle Mitella Polymerus, in Monterey Bay, California. G. H. Hilgard.
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(1960) A class exercise on a marine microcosm. R. V. Bovbjerg and P. W. Glynn.
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(1952) Spawning behavior of the cottid fish Clinocottus recalvus (Greeley). R. W. Morris.
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(1951) Early development of the cottid fish, Clinocottus recalvus (Greeley). R. W. Morris.
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(1948) Marine Algal Colonization on the Monterey Peninsula, California. R. D. Northcraft.
American Journal of Botany 35 (7): 396-404

(1946) Marine ecological studies on Santa Cruz Island, California. W. G. Hewatt.
Ecol Monogr 16 ((3)): 185-210

(1945) The Technique of Inducing Spawning in Haliotis-Rufescens Swainson. J. G. Carlisle.
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(1945) The Kelp Beds of the Monterey Region. H. L. Andrews.
Ecology 26 (1): 24-37

(1944) Sublittoral Marine Algae of the Monterey Peninsula. G. M. Smith.
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 25 (4): 171-176

(1942) Redescription of three species of the Polychaetous family Polynoidae from California. T. Skogsberg.
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(1940) Observations on the homing limpet, Acmaea scabra Gould. W. G. Hewatt.
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(1937) Effect of temperature gradients upon polarity in eggs of Fucus furcatus. E. W. Lowrance.
Journal of Cellular and Comparative Physiology 10 (3): 321-337

(1937) Determination of polarity in Fucus eggs by temperature gradients. E. W. Lowrance.
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 36 (5): 590-591

(1937) Ecological studies on selected Marine intertidal communities of Monterey Bay, California. W. G. Hewatt.
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(1936) The experimental alteration of the rate of metamorphosis in the tunicate, Clavelina huntsmani (Van Name). W. Bradway.
Journal of Experimental Zoology 72 (2): 213-224

(1935) Ecological succession in the Mytilus californianus habitat as observed in Monterey Bay, California. W. G. Hewatt.
Ecology 16 ((2)): 244-251

(1930) Foraminifera from the intertidal zone of Monterey Bay, California. L. T. Martin.
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(1928) Structure and behavior of the amphipod, Polycheria osborni. T. Skogsberg and G. H. Van-Sell.
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