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David Wethey
David Wethey
Professor of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina
Verified email at biol.sc.edu
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Three decades of high-resolution coastal sea surface temperatures reveal more than warming
FP Lima, DS Wethey
Nature communications 3 (1), 704, 2012
5542012
Settlement and early post-settlement survival of sessile marine invertebrates on topographically complex surfaces: the importance of refuge dimensions and adult morphology
LJ Walters, DS Wethey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 137, 161-171, 1996
2661996
Response of intertidal populations to climate: effects of extreme events versus long term change
DS Wethey, SA Woodin, TJ Hilbish, SJ Jones, FP Lima, PM Brannock
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 132-144, 2011
2482011
Ranking of settlement cues by barnacle larvae: influence of surface contour
DS Wethey
Bulletin of Marine Science 39 (2), 393-400, 1986
2441986
Rising environmental temperatures and biogeography: poleward range contraction of the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis L., in the western Atlantic
SJ Jones, FP Lima, DS Wethey
Journal of Biogeography 37 (12), 2243-2259, 2010
2352010
Variation in the sensitivity of organismal body temperature to climate change over local and geographic scales
SE Gilman, DS Wethey, B Helmuth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (25), 9560-9565, 2006
2202006
Odor plumes and animal navigation in turbulent water flow: a field study
RK Zimmer-Faust, CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 188 (2), 111-116, 1995
2021995
Linking Thermal Tolerances and Biogeography: Mytilus edulis (L.) at its Southern Limit on the East Coast of the United States
SJ Jones, N Mieszkowska, DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 217 (1), 73-85, 2009
1942009
Biogeography, Competition, and Microclimate: The Barnacle Chthamalus fragilis in New England1
DS Wethey
Integrative and Comparative Biology 42 (4), 872-880, 2002
1752002
GEOGRAPHIC LIMITS AND LOCAL ZONATION: THE BARNACLES SEMIBALANUS (BALANUS) AND CHTHAMALUS IN NEW ENGLAND
DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 165 (1), 330-341, 1983
1751983
Spatial pattern in barnacle settlement: day to day changes during the settlement season
DS Wethey
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 64 (3 …, 1984
1731984
Observations on the symbiosis with zooxanthellae among the Tridacnidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
RK Trench, DS Wethey, JW Porter
The Biological Bulletin 161 (1), 180-198, 1981
1731981
Chemical induction of larval settlement behavior in flow
MN Tamburri, CM Finelli, DS Wethey, RK Zimmer-Faust
The Biological Bulletin 191 (3), 367-373, 1996
1721996
Ecological hindcasting of biogeographic responses to climate change in the European intertidal zone
DS Wethey, SA Woodin
Challenges to Marine Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 41st European Marine …, 2008
1692008
SUN AND SHADE MEDIATE COMPETITION IN THE BARNACLES CHTHAMALUSAND SEMIBALANUS: A FIELD EXPERIMENT
DS Wethey
The Biological Bulletin 167 (1), 176-185, 1984
1671984
Physical processes that generate patterns in marine communities
M Denny, D Wethey
Marine community ecology, 3-37, 2001
1662001
Water flow influences oxygen transport and photosynthetic efficiency in corals
CM Finelli, BST Helmuth, ND Pentcheff, DS Wethey
Coral Reefs 25, 47-57, 2006
1602006
Ecological genetics in the North Atlantic: environmental gradients and adaptation at specific loci
PS Schmidt, EA SerrÃo, GA Pearson, C Riginos, PD Rawson, TJ Hilbish, ...
Ecology 89 (sp11), S91-S107, 2008
1592008
Side matters: microhabitat influence on intertidal heat stress over a large geographical scale
R Seabra, DS Wethey, AM Santos, FP Lima
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 200-208, 2011
1492011
Physical constraints on ecological processes: a field test of odor‐mediated foraging
CM Finelli, ND Pentcheff, RK Zimmer, DS Wethey
Ecology 81 (3), 784-797, 2000
1422000
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