RE Scheibling
RE Scheibling
Professor of Biology, Dalhousie University
Verified email at dal.ca
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Role of early post-settlement mortality in recruitment of benthic marine invertebrates
HL Hunt, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 155, 269-301, 1997
6731997
Fatty acids as dietary tracers in benthic food webs
JR Kelly, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 446, 1-22, 2012
4012012
Global regime shift dynamics of catastrophic sea urchin overgrazing
SD Ling, RE Scheibling, A Rassweiler, CR Johnson, N Shears, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
3132015
Destructive grazing, epiphytism, and disease: the dynamics of sea urchin-kelp interactions in Nova Scotia
RE Scheibling, AW Hennigar, T Balch
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (12), 2300-2314, 1999
3001999
Sea urchin barrens as alternative stable states of collapsed kelp ecosystems
K Filbee-Dexter, RE Scheibling
Marine ecology progress series 495, 1-25, 2014
2882014
Production and fate of kelp detritus
KA Krumhansl, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series 467, 281-302, 2012
2842012
The influence of larval supply and settlement on the population structure of barnacles
TE Minchinton, RE Scheibling
Ecology 72 (5), 1867-1879, 1991
2751991
Mass mortality of Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) off Nova Scotia, Canada
RE Scheibling, RL Stephenson
Marine Biology 78 (2), 153-164, 1984
2231984
Community structure and organization of tidepools
A Metaxas, RE Scheibling
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 1993
2201993
Increased macroalgal abundance following mass mortalities of sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia
R Scheibling
Oecologia 68 (2), 186-198, 1986
2151986
Heat waves, baby booms, and the destruction of kelp beds by sea urchins
MW Hart, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 99 (2), 167-176, 1988
1721988
Interactions between sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) and their predators in field and laboratory experiments
RE Scheibling, J Hamm
Marine Biology 110 (1), 105-116, 1991
1701991
Recurrent outbreaks of disease in sea urchins Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis in Nova Scotia: evidence for a link with large-scale meteorologic and oceanographic events
RE Scheibling, AW Hennigar
Marine Ecology Progress Series 152, 155-165, 1997
1621997
Induction of metamorphosis of larvae of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, by coralline red algae
CM Pearce, RE Scheibling
The Biological Bulletin 179 (3), 304-311, 1990
1621990
Effect of macroalgae, microbial films, and conspecifics on the induction of metamorphosis of the green sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis (Mu¨ ller)
CM Pearce, RE Scheibling
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 147 (2), 147-162, 1991
1611991
Competitive interactions between the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp. tomentosoides and native canopy-forming seaweeds in Nova Scotia (Canada)
RE Scheibling, P Gagnon
Marine Ecology Progress Series 325, 1-14, 2006
1602006
Behavioral mechanisms of prey size selection by sea stars (Asterias vulgaris Verrill) and crabs (Cancer irroratus Say) preying on juvenile sea scallops (Placopecten …
MA Barbeau, RE Scheibling
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 180 (1), 103-136, 1994
1571994
Annual reproductive cycle of the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis, in differing habitats in Nova Scotia, Canada
SK Meidel, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 131 (3), 461-478, 1998
1511998
Effects of food type and ration on reproductive maturation and growth of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis
SK Meidel, RE Scheibling
Marine Biology 134 (1), 155-166, 1999
1491999
Ecology of Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis
RE Scheibling, BG Hatcher
Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science 37, 353-392, 2007
145*2007
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