Rebecca L. Kordas
Rebecca L. Kordas
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Impacts of ocean acidification on marine organisms: quantifying sensitivities and interaction with warming
KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, R Crim, IE Hendriks, L Ramajo, GS Singh, ...
Global change biology 19 (6), 1884-1896, 2013
Meta‐analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms
KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, RN Crim, GG Singh
Ecology letters 13 (11), 1419-1434, 2010
Effects of climate change on global seaweed communities
CDG Harley, KM Anderson, KW Demes, JP Jorve, RL Kordas, TA Coyle, ...
Journal of Phycology 48 (5), 1064-1078, 2012
Community ecology in a warming world: the influence of temperature on interspecific interactions in marine systems
RL Kordas, CDG Harley, MI O'Connor
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 400 (1-2), 218-226, 2011
Mesocosm experiments as a tool for ecological climate-change research
RIA Stewart, M Dossena, DA Bohan, E Jeppesen, RL Kordas, ME Ledger, ...
Advances in ecological research 48, 71-181, 2013
Towards a unified study of multiple stressors: divisions and common goals across research disciplines
JA Orr, RD Vinebrooke, MC Jackson, KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1926), 20200421, 2020
Oceans and coastal ecosystems and their services
S Cooley, D Schoeman, L Bopp, P Boyd, S Donner, W Kiessling, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2023
Embracing interactions in ocean acidification research: confronting multiple stressor scenarios and context dependence
KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, CDG Harley
Biology Letters 13 (3), 20160802, 2017
Interactive effects of warming and microplastics on metabolism but not feeding rates of a key freshwater detritivore
P Kratina, TJ Watts, DS Green, RL Kordas, EJ O'Gorman
Environmental Pollution 255, 113259, 2019
Intertidal community responses to field‐based experimental warming
RL Kordas, S Dudgeon, S Storey, CDG Harley
Oikos 124 (7), 888-898, 2015
Herbivory enables marine communities to resist warming
RL Kordas, I Donohue, CDG Harley
Science advances 3 (10), e1701349, 2017
Consistent temperature dependence of functional response parameters and their use in predicting population abundance
LC Archer, EH Sohlstr÷m, B Gallo, M Jochum, G Woodward, RL Kordas, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (11), 1670-1683, 2019
Dynamics of species interaction strength in space, time and with developmental stage
RL Kordas, S Dudgeon
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1713), 1804-1813, 2011
Long‐term exposure to higher temperature increases the thermal sensitivity of grazer metabolism and movement
CS Cloyed, AI Dell, T Hayes, RL Kordas, EJ O'Gorman
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (6), 833-844, 2019
Thermal acclimation increases the stability of a predator–prey interaction in warmer environments
EH Sohlstr÷m, LC Archer, B Gallo, M Jochum, RL Kordas, BC Rall, ...
Global change biology 27 (16), 3765-3778, 2021
Cross-scale approaches to forecasting biogeographic responses to climate change
JL Torossian, RL Kordas, B Helmuth
Advances in ecological research 55, 371-433, 2016
Ferry wakes increase seaweed richness and abundance in a sheltered rocky intertidal habitat
KW Demes, RL Kordas, JP Jorve
Hydrobiologia 693, 1-11, 2012
Response to technical comment onmeta‐analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms'
KJ Kroeker, RL Kordas, RN Crim, GG Singh
Ecology Letters 14 (9), E1-E2, 2011
Metabolic plasticity can amplify ecosystem responses to global warming
RL Kordas, S Pawar, DG Kontopoulos, G Woodward, EJ O’Gorman
Nature Communications 13 (1), 2161, 2022
Demographic responses of coexisting species to in situ warming
RL Kordas, CDG Harley
Marine Ecology Progress Series 546, 147-161, 2016
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