David L Kimbro
David L Kimbro
Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Science, Northeastern University
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How habitat setting influences restored oyster reef communities
JH Grabowski, AR Hughes, DL Kimbro, MA Dolan
Ecology 86 (7), 1926-1935, 2005
Reciprocal relationships and potential feedbacks between biodiversity and disturbance
A Randall Hughes, JE Byrnes, DL Kimbro, JJ Stachowicz
Ecology letters 10 (9), 849-864, 2007
Habitat complexity influences cascading effects of multiple predators
JH Grabowski, AR Hughes, DL Kimbro
Ecology 89 (12), 3413-3422, 2008
Loss of ‘blue carbon’from coastal salt marshes following habitat disturbance
PI Macreadie, AR Hughes, DL Kimbro
PloS one 8 (7), e69244, 2013
Biotic resistance in marine environments
DL Kimbro, BS Cheng, ED Grosholz
Ecology letters 16 (6), 821-833, 2013
Predator‐avoidance behavior extends trophic cascades to refuge habitats
JH Grabowski, DL Kimbro
Ecology 86 (5), 1312-1319, 2005
Invasive species cause large-scale loss of native California oyster habitat by disrupting trophic cascades
DL Kimbro, ED Grosholz, AJ Baukus, NJ Nesbitt, NM Travis, S Attoe, ...
Oecologia 160, 563-575, 2009
Disturbance influences oyster community richness and evenness, but not diversity
DL Kimbro, ED Grosholz
Ecology 87 (9), 2378-2388, 2006
Predatory fish sounds can alter crab foraging behaviour and influence bivalve abundance
AR Hughes, DA Mann, DL Kimbro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1788), 20140715, 2014
Geographic variation in intertidal oyster reef properties and the influence of tidal prism
JE Byers, JH Grabowski, MF Piehler, AR Hughes, HW Weiskel, JC Malek, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (3), 1051-1063, 2015
A framework and standardized terminology to facilitate the study of predation‐risk effects
SD Peacor, BT Barton, DL Kimbro, A Sih, MJ Sheriff
Ecology 101 (12), e03152, 2020
The biogeography of trophic cascades on US oyster reefs
DL Kimbro, JE Byers, JH Grabowski, AR Hughes, MF Piehler
Ecology letters 17 (7), 845-854, 2014
Coastal oceanographic processes influence the growth and size of a key estuarine species, the Olympia oyster
DL Kimbro, J Largier, ED Grosholza
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (5), 1425-1437, 2009
Local and regional stressors interact to drive a salinization‐induced outbreak of predators on oyster reefs
DL Kimbro, JW White, H Tillotson, N Cox, M Christopher, ...
Ecosphere 8 (11), e01992, 2017
Coast‐wide recruitment dynamics of Olympia oysters reveal limited synchrony and multiple predictors of failure
K Wasson, BB Hughes, JS Berriman, AL Chang, AK Deck, PA Dinnel, ...
Ecology 97 (12), 3503-3516, 2016
Additive and site-specific effects of two foundation species on invertebrate community structure
AR Hughes, PE Gribben, DL Kimbro, MJ Bishop
Marine Ecology Progress Series 508, 129-138, 2014
Tidal regime dictates the cascading consumptive and nonconsumptive effects of multiple predators on a marsh plant
DL Kimbro
Ecology 93 (2), 334-344, 2012
Drought increases consumer pressure on oyster reefs in Florida, USA
HG Garland, DL Kimbro
PLoS One 10 (8), e0125095, 2015
Positive and negative interactions control a facilitation cascade
PE Gribben, DL Kimbro, A Vergés, TC Gouhier, S Burrell, RG Garthwin, ...
Ecosphere 8 (12), e02065, 2017
Predation on oysters is inhibited by intense or chronically mild, low salinity events
TJ Pusack, DL Kimbro, JW White, CD Stallings
Limnology and Oceanography 64 (1), 81-92, 2019
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