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Effects of sediment depth on algal turf height are mediated by interactions with fish herbivory on a fringing reef
RJ Clausing, C Annunziata, G Baker, C Lee, SJ Bittick, P Fong
Marine Ecology Progress Series 517, 121-129, 2014
602014
Turbinaria ornata as an herbivory refuge for associate algae
SJ Bittick, ND Bilotti, HA Peterson, HL Stewart
Marine Biology 157 (2), 317-323, 2010
532010
Informing Canada’s commitment to biodiversity conservation: A science-based framework to help guide protected areas designation through Target 1 and beyond
LE Coristine, AL Jacob, R Schuster, SP Otto, NE Baron, NJ Bennett, ...
Facets 3 (1), 531-562, 2018
352018
Simultaneous synergist, antagonistic and additive interactions between multiple local stressors all degrade algal turf communities on coral reefs
CR Fong, SJ Bittick, P Fong
Journal of Ecology 106 (4), 1390-1400, 2018
342018
Inaccurate and biased global media coverage underlies public misunderstanding of shark conservation threats and solutions
DS Shiffman, SJ Bittick, MS Cashion, SR Colla, LE Coristine, DH Derrick, ...
Iscience 23 (6), 101205, 2020
282020
Testing instructional design variations in a prototype math game
G Chung, EL Baker, TP Vendlinski, RE Buschang, GC Delacruz, ...
R. Atkinson (Chair), Current perspectives from three national R&D centers …, 2010
262010
From coast to coast to coast: ecology and management of seagrass ecosystems across Canada
GEP Murphy, JC Dunic, EM Adamczyk, SJ Bittick, IM Côté, J Cristiani, ...
Facets 6 (1), 139-179, 2021
192021
A tale of two algal blooms: Negative and predictable effects of two common bloom-forming macroalgae on seagrass and epiphytes
SJ Bittick, M Sutula, P Fong
Marine environmental research 140, 1-9, 2018
162018
A rapidly expanding macroalga acts as a foundational species providing trophic support and habitat in the South Pacific
SJ Bittick, RJ Clausing, CR Fong, SR Scoma, P Fong
Ecosystems 22 (1), 165-173, 2019
132019
Bolstered physical defences under nutrient‐enriched conditions may facilitate a secondary foundational algal species in the South Pacific
SJ Bittick, RJ Clausing, CR Fong, P Fong
Journal of Ecology 104 (3), 646-653, 2016
132016
The Use of Narrative: Gender Differences and Implications for Motivation and Learning in a Math Game. CRESST Report 804.
SJ Bittick, GKWK Chung
National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing …, 2011
13*2011
Sediments influence accumulation of two macroalgal species through novel but differing interactions with nutrients and herbivory
RJ Clausing, SJ Bittick, CR Fong, P Fong
Coral Reefs 35 (4), 1297-1309, 2016
112016
Patterns of uncertainty in life-history and extinction risk for Arctic vertebrates
CJ Dey, DJ Yurkowski, R Schuster, DS Shiffman, SJ Bittick
Arctic Science 4 (4), 710-721, 2018
82018
Empirical data demonstrates risk-tradeoffs between landscapes for herbivorous fish may promote reef resilience
CR Fong, M Frias, N Goody, SJ Bittick, RJ Clausing, P Fong
Marine environmental research 133, 1-5, 2018
72018
Nutrients induce and herbivores maintain thallus toughness, a structural anti-herbivory defense in Turbinaria ornata
JL Bergman, BN Dang, MM Tabatabaee, MM McGowan, CR Fong, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 559, 35-43, 2016
62016
Application of a coastal human impact metric and nitrogen loading model to ten eelgrass (Zostera marina) meadows in British Columbia
EJ Nagel, G Murphy, J Fast, SJ Bittick, EM Adamczyk, MI O’Connor, ...
3
Herbivory strength is similar or even greater in algal-compared to coral-dominated habitats on a recovering coral reef
SJ Bittick, CR Fong, RJ Clausing, JD Harvey, TM Johnson, TA Frymann, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 634, 225-229, 2020
12020
Identifying nutrient thresholds for sustainable local management of British Columbia seagrass beds
S Bittick, M Christensen, MI O'Connor, N Wright
2018
Human manipulations of bottom-up and top-down controls cause degradation of primary and facilitation of secondary foundation species
SJ Bittick
University of California, Los Angeles, 2017
2017
Collaborative research to understand the impacts of nutrient pollution on eelgrass communities in Boundary Bay
SJ Bittick, M Christensen, F Amadeo, K Tjaden-McClement, CP Atkinson, ...
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, 0
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