James Pringle
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Going against the flow: retention, range limits and invasions in advective environments
JE Byers, JM Pringle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 313, 27-41, 2006
A hitchhiker’s guide to the Maritimes: anthropogenic transport facilitates long‐distance dispersal of an invasive marine crab to Newfoundland
AMH Blakeslee, CH McKenzie, JA Darling, JE Byers, JM Pringle, ...
Diversity and Distributions 16 (6), 879-891, 2010
Dispersal modeling of fish early life stages: sensitivity with application to Atlantic cod in the western Gulf of Maine
M Huret, JA Runge, C Chen, G Cowles, Q Xu, JM Pringle
Marine Ecology Progress Series 347, 261-274, 2007
Asymmetric dispersal allows an upstream region to control population structure throughout a species’ range
JM Pringle, AMH Blakeslee, JE Byers, J Roman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (37), 15288-15293, 2011
Going against the flow: maintenance of alongshore variation in allele frequency in a coastal ocean
JM Pringle, JP Wares
Marine Ecology Progress Series 335, 69-84, 2007
Invasion expansion: time since introduction best predicts global ranges of marine invaders
JE Byers, RS Smith, JM Pringle, GF Clark, PE Gribben, CL Hewitt, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 12436, 2015
Global biogeography of marine dispersal potential
M Álvarez-Noriega, SC Burgess, JE Byers, JM Pringle, JP Wares, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (9), 1196-1203, 2020
Enhancement of wind-driven upwelling and downwelling by alongshore bathymetric variability
JM Pringle
Journal of Physical Oceanography 32 (11), 3101-3112, 2002
Modelling dispersal of sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) larvae on Georges Bank: The influence of depth-distribution, planktonic duration and spawning seasonality
CS Gilbert, WC Gentleman, CL Johnson, C DiBacco, JM Pringle, C Chen
Progress in Oceanography 87 (1-4), 37-48, 2010
The location, strength, and mechanisms behind marine biogeographic boundaries of the east coast of North America
P Pappalardo, JM Pringle, JP Wares, JE Byers
Ecography 38 (7), 722-731, 2015
Transport and retention of dormant copepods in the Gulf of Maine
C Johnson, J Pringle, C Chen
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 53 (23-24), 2520-2536, 2006
Remotely forced nearshore upwelling in Southern California
JM Pringle, K Riser
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 108 (C4), 2003
Hindcasting of wind-driven anomalies using a reduced-gravity global ocean model
EJ Metzger, HE Hurlburt, JC Kindle, Z Sirkes, JM Pringle
Marine Technology Society Journal 26, 23-23, 1992
Dynamics of wind‐driven upwelling and relaxation between Monterey Bay and Point Arena: Local‐, regional‐, and gyre‐scale controls
JM Pringle, EP Dever
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 114 (C7), 2009
Sources of variability in Gulf of Maine circulation, and the observations needed to model it
JM Pringle
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 53 (23-24), 2457-2476, 2006
Drift by drift: effective population size is limited by advection
JP Wares, JM Pringle
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 1-7, 2008
Turbulence avoidance and the wind-driven transport of plankton in the surface Ekman layer
JM Pringle
Continental Shelf Research 27 (5), 670-678, 2007
Asymmetric mixing transport: A horizontal transport mechanism for sinking plankton and sediment in tidal flows
JM Pringle, PJS Franks
Limnology and oceanography 46 (2), 381-391, 2001
Circulation constrains the evolution of larval development modes and life histories in the coastal ocean
JM Pringle, JE Byers, P Pappalardo, JP Wares, D Marshall
Ecology 95 (4), 1022-1032, 2014
The oceanic concordance of phylogeography and biogeography: a case study in Notochthamalus
C Ewers‐Saucedo, JM Pringle, HH Sepúlveda, JE Byers, SA Navarrete, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (13), 4403-4420, 2016
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