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Propagule dispersal distance and the size and spacing of marine reserves
AL Shanks, BA Grantham, MH Carr
Ecological applications 13 (sp1), 159-169, 2003
Pelagic larval duration and dispersal distance revisited
AL Shanks
The biological bulletin 216 (3), 373-385, 2009
Sensory environments, larval abilities and local self-recruitment
MJ Kingsford, JM Leis, A Shanks, KC Lindeman, SG Morgan, J Pineda
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 309-340, 2002
Predicting self-recruitment in marine populations: biophysical correlates and mechanisms
S Sponaugle, RK Cowen, A Shanks, SG Morgan, JM Leis, J Pineda, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 341-375, 2002
The physical oceanography of the transport of floating marine debris
E Van Sebille, S Aliani, KL Law, N Maximenko, JM Alsina, A Bagaev, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (2), 023003, 2020
Surface slicks associated with tidally forced internal waves may transport pelagic larvae of benthic invertebrates and fishes shoreward
AL Shanks
Marine Ecology Progress Series 13, 311-315, 1983
Mechanisms of cross-shelf dispersal of larval invertebrates and fish
AL Shanks
Ecology of marine invertebrate larvae, 323-367, 2020
Dispersal potential of marine invertebrates in diverse habitats: ecological archives A013-001-A1
BA Grantham, GL Eckert, AL Shanks
Ecological Applications 13 (sp1), 108-116, 2003
Marine snow: sinking rates and potential role in vertical flux
AL Shanks, JD Trent
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers 27 (2), 137-143, 1980
Marine snow: microplankton habitat and source of small-scale patchiness in pelagic populations
MW Silver, AL Shanks, JD Trent
Science 201 (4353), 371-373, 1978
Upwelling, downwelling, and cross-shelf transport of bivalve larvae: test of a hypothesis
AL Shanks, L Brink
Marine Ecology Progress Series 302, 1-12, 2005
Marine snow: Microscale nutrient patches 1
AL Shanks, JD Trent
Limnology and Oceanography 24 (5), 850-854, 1979
Population persistence of California Current fishes and benthic crustaceans: a marine drift paradox
AL Shanks, GL Eckert
Ecological Monographs 75 (4), 505-524, 2005
Laboratory-made artificial marine snow: a biological model of the real thing
AL Shanks, EW Edmondson
Marine Biology 101, 463-470, 1989
Demonstration of the onshore transport of larval invertebrates by the shoreward movement of an upwelling front
AL Shanks, J Largier, L Brink, J Brubaker, R Hooff
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (1), 230-236, 2000
Adding teeth to wave action: the destructive effects of wave-borne rocks on intertidal organisms
AL Shanks, WG Wright
Oecologia 69, 420-428, 1986
Internal-wave-mediated shoreward transport of cyprids, megalopae, and gammarids and correlated longshore differences in the settling rate of intertidal barnacles
AL Shanks, WG Wright
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 114 (1), 1-13, 1987
Movement and feeding activity of red sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus) adjacent to a kelp forest
JE Mattison, JD Trent, AL Shanks, TB Akin, JS Pearse
Marine Biology 39, 25-30, 1977
Tidal periodicity in the daily settlement of intertidal barnacle larvae and an hypothesized mechanism for the cross-shelf transport of cyprids
AL Shanks
The Biological Bulletin 170 (3), 429-440, 1986
Paradigm lost? Cross-shelf distributions of intertidal invertebrate larvae are unaffected by upwelling or downwelling
AL Shanks, RK Shearman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 385, 189-204, 2009
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