Erin Satterthwaite
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Beyond connectivity: how empirical methods can quantify population persistence to improve marine protected‐area design
SC Burgess, KJ Nickols, CD Griesemer, LAK Barnett, AG Dedrick, ...
Ecological Applications 24 (2), 257-270, 2014
1522014
Ecological effects on metabolic scaling: amphipod responses to fish predators in freshwater springs
DS Glazier, EM Butler, SA Lombardi, TJ Deptola, AJ Reese, ...
Ecological Monographs 81 (4), 599-618, 2011
482011
Marine debris on small islands: Insights from an educational outreach program in the Spermonde Archipelago, Indonesia
C Sur, JM Abbott, R Ambo-Rappe, N Asriani, SO Hameed, BM Jellison, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 35, 2018
82018
Shoreward swimming boosts modeled nearshore larval supply and pelagic connectivity in a coastal upwelling region
PT Drake, CA Edwards, SG Morgan, EV Satterthwaite
Journal of Marine Systems 187, 96-110, 2018
62018
Larval dispersal in a changing ocean with an emphasis on upwelling regions
SM Bashevkin, CD Dibble, RP Dunn, JA Hollarsmith, G Ng, ...
Ecosphere 11 (1), e03015, 2020
32020
Mechanisms involving sensory pathway steps inform impacts of global climate change on ecological processes
E Rivest, B Jellison, G Ng, E Satterthwaite, HL Bradley, SL Williams, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 346, 2019
32019
Morgan, SG White, JW Botsford, LW 2014. Beyond connectivity: how empirical methods can quantify population persistence to improve marine protected-area design
SC Burgess, KJ Nickols, CD Griesemer, LAK Barnett, AG Dedrick, ...
Ecol. Appl 24, 257-270, 0
3
Successful practice in early career networks: insights from the polar sciences
VHLW Pascal Bohleber, Mathieu Casado, Kirsti Ashworth, Chelsey A. Baker ...
Advanced Geosciences 53, 1–14, 2020
1*2020
100 opportunities for more inclusive ocean research: cross-disciplinary research questions for sustainable ocean governance and management
MS Wisz, EV Satterthwaite, M Fudge, M Fischer, A Polejack, M St John, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 576, 2020
2020
The role of Early Career Ocean Professionals in PICES within the context of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030)
A Sugimoto, P Wang, E Satterthwaite
PICES Press 28 (2), 16-17, 2020
2020
Seasonal and synoptic oceanographic changes influence the larval biodiversity of a retentive upwelling shadow
EV Satterthwaite, SG Morgan, JP Ryan, JBJ Harvey, RC Vrijenhoek
Progress in Oceanography 182, 102261, 2020
2020
The Contributions of Early Career Ocean Professionals to the UN Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development
A Giron, EV Satterthwaite, GO Crespo, H Harden-Davies
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Effects of Global Environmental Change on Marine Systems: Insights from Sensory Ecology
EB Rivest, BM Jellison, G Ng, E Satterthwaite, HL Bradley, SL Williams, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E195-E195, 2019
2019
Designing the global observing system for marine life
P Miloslavich, N Bax, E Satterthwaite
Eos, 2019
2019
Nearshore Processes Influencing Larval Distributions and Coastal Population Dynamics Along an Upwelling Coast
EV Satterthwaite
University of California, Davis, 2018
2018
a Comparison of Morphological Taxonomy and Next Generation DNA Sequencing for the Assessment of Zooplankton Diversity
J Harvey, JL Fisher, S Johnson, S Morgan, WT Peterson, EV Satterthwaite, ...
AGUOS 2016, ME51B-07, 2016
2016
Data from: Ecological effects on metabolic scaling amphipod responses to fish predators in freshwater springs
DS Glazier, EM Butler, SA Lombardi, TJ Deptola, AJ Reese, ...
Ecological Monographs 11, 0264, 2011
2011
Variation in ground fish species responses to marine protected areas
H Hudson, CD Dibble, S Small, H Killeen, E Satterthwaite, SG Morgan
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 0
EFFECTS OF ABIOTIC FACTORS ON THE ABUNDANCE OF EASTERN SKUNK CABBAGE (SYMPLOCARPUS FOETIDUS) IN TWO CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA SPRINGS
EV Satterthwaite, BC Simpson, BA Woodhouse
Journal of Ecological Research 9, 50-56, 0
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