Alexa Fredston (Fredston-Hermann)
Alexa Fredston (Fredston-Hermann)
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Range contraction enables harvesting to extinction
MG Burgess, C Costello, A Fredston-Hermann, ML Pinsky, SD Gaines, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (15), 3945-3950, 2017
Cold range edges of marine fishes track climate change better than warm edges
A Fredston‐Hermann, R Selden, M Pinsky, SD Gaines, BS Halpern
Global Change Biology 26 (5), 2908-2922, 2020
Biogeographic constraints to marine conservation in a changing climate
A Fredston‐Hermann, SD Gaines, BS Halpern
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1429 (1), 5-17, 2018
Where Does River Runoff Matter for Coastal Marine Conservation?
A Fredston-Hermann, CJ Brown, S Albert, CJ Klein, S Mangubhai, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 273, 2016
A guide to modelling priorities for managing land‐based impacts on coastal ecosystems
CJ Brown, SD Jupiter, S Albert, KRN Anthony, RJ Hamilton, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (5), 1106-1116, 2019
Marked ecological shifts in seagrass and reef molluscan communities since the mid-Holocene in the southwestern Caribbean
AL Fredston-Hermann, A O'Dea, F Rodriguez, WG Thompson, JA Todd
Bulletin of Marine Science 89 (4), 983-1002, 2013
Range edges of North American marine species are tracking temperature over decades
A Fredston, M Pinsky, RL Selden, C Szuwalski, JT Thorson, SD Gaines, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (13), 3145-3156, 2021
Calreticulin exploits TGF‐β for extracellular matrix induction engineering a tissue regenerative process
UM Pandya, MA Manzanares, A Tellechea, C Egbuta, J Daubriac, ...
The FASEB Journal 34 (12), 15849-15874, 2020
Broadly inflicted stressors can cause ecosystem thinning
MG Burgess, A Fredston-Hermann, D Tilman, M Loreau, SD Gaines
Theoretical ecology 12 (2), 207-223, 2019
Reply to Le Pape et al.: Management is key to preventing marine extinctions
MG Burgess, A Fredston-Hermann, ML Pinsky, SD Gaines, D Tilman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (31), E6275-E6276, 2017
A stark future for ocean life
ML Pinsky, A Fredston
Science 376 (6592), 452-453, 2022
An evaluation framework for risk of coastal marine ecological diversity loss from land-based impacts
P Hoel, A Fredston, B Halpern
Frontiers in Marine Science, 328, 2022
Perspectives on most plausible climate futures, and recommendations for using scenarios in fisheries and aquatic conservation research
MG Burgess, SL Becker, A Fredston, CM Brooks
SocArXiv, 2022
Locating gaps in the California Current System ocean acidification monitoring network
R Taylor-Burns, C Cochran, K Ferron, M Harris, C Thomas, A Fredston, ...
Science Progress 103 (3), 0036850420936204, 2020
Causes and Consequences of Species Range Edge Shifts in a Warming Ocean
A Fredston-Hermann
University of California, Santa Barbara, 2020
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