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David Wethey
David Wethey
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina
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Three decades of high-resolution coastal sea surface temperatures reveal more than warming
FP Lima, DS Wethey
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-13, 2012
4482012
Settlement and early post-settlement survival of sessile marine invertebrates on topographically complex surfaces: the importance of refuge dimensions and adult morphology
LJ Walters, DS Wethey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 137, 161-171, 1996
2491996
Ranking of settlement cues by barnacle larvae: influence of surface contour
DS Wethey
Bulletin of Marine Science 39 (2), 393-400, 1986
2371986
Response of intertidal populations to climate: effects of extreme events versus long term change
DS Wethey, SA Woodin, TJ Hilbish, SJ Jones, FP Lima, PM Brannock
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 132-144, 2011
2212011
Rising environmental temperatures and biogeography: poleward range contraction of the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis L., in the western Atlantic
SJ Jones, FP Lima, DS Wethey
Journal of Biogeography 37 (12), 2243-2259, 2010
1982010
Variation in the sensitivity of organismal body temperature to climate change over local and geographic scales
SE Gilman, DS Wethey, B Helmuth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (25), 9560-9565, 2006
1982006
Odor plumes and animal navigation in turbulent water flow: a field study
RK Zimmer-Faust, CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 188 (2), 111-116, 1995
1841995
Linking Thermal Tolerances and Biogeography: Mytilus edulis (L.) at its Southern Limit on the East Coast of the United States
SJ Jones, N Mieszkowska, DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 217 (1), 73-85, 2009
1812009
Biogeography, Competition, and Microclimate: The Barnacle Chthamalus fragilis in New England1
DS Wethey
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4), 872-880, 2002
1692002
Spatial pattern in barnacle settlement: day to day changes during the settlement season
DS Wethey
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 64 (3 …, 1984
1691984
GEOGRAPHIC LIMITS AND LOCAL ZONATION: THE BARNACLES SEMIBALANUS (BALANUS) AND CHTHAMALUS IN NEW ENGLAND
DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 165 (1), 330-341, 1983
1691983
Chemical induction of larval settlement behavior in flow
MN Tamburri, CM Finelli, DS Wethey, RK Zimmer-Faust
The Biological Bulletin 191 (3), 367-373, 1996
1641996
Observations on the symbiosis with zooxanthellae among the Tridacnidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
RK Trench, DS Wethey, JW Porter
The Biological Bulletin 161 (1), 180-198, 1981
1631981
SUN AND SHADE MEDIATE COMPETITION IN THE BARNACLES CHTHAMALUSAND SEMIBALANUS: A FIELD EXPERIMENT
DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 167 (1), 176-185, 1984
1571984
Ecological hindcasting of biogeographic responses to climate change in the European intertidal zone
DS Wethey, SA Woodin
Challenges to marine ecosystems, 139-151, 2008
1562008
Ecological genetics in the North Atlantic: environmental gradients and adaptation at specific loci
PS Schmidt, EA SerrÃo, GA Pearson, C Riginos, PD Rawson, TJ Hilbish, ...
Ecology 89 (sp11), S91-S107, 2008
1532008
Physical processes that generate patterns in marine communities
M Denny, D Wethey
Marine community ecology, 3-37, 2001
1532001
Physical constraints on ecological processes: a field test of odor‐mediated foraging
CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, RK Zimmer, DS Wethey
Ecology 81 (3), 784-797, 2000
1452000
Water flow influences oxygen transport and photosynthetic efficiency in corals
CM Finelli, BST Helmuth, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
Coral Reefs 25 (1), 47-57, 2006
1382006
Side matters: microhabitat influence on intertidal heat stress over a large geographical scale
R Seabra, DS Wethey, AM Santos, FP Lima
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 200-208, 2011
1222011
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