H Eve Robinson, Ph.D.

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2017- Biological Sciences Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, United States 
Area:
biomechanics, functional morphology, ecomechanics
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Mimi A.R. Koehl grad student 2013 UC Berkeley
 (The effect of turbulent waves and prey swimming behavior on suspension feeding by an intertidal sea anemone.)
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Robinson HE, Finelli CM, Koehl MA. (2013) Interactions between benthic predators and zooplanktonic prey are affected by turbulent waves. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 53: 810-20
Finelli CM, Clarke RD, Robinson HE, et al. (2009) Water flow controls distribution and feeding behavior of two co-occurring coral reef fishes: I. Field measurements Coral Reefs. 28: 461-473
Voordouw MJ, Stebbins G, Robinson HE, et al. (2008) Genetic variation in the primary sex ratio in populations of the intertidal copepod, Tigriopus californicus, is widespread on Vancouver Island Evolutionary Ecology Research. 10: 1007-1023
Robinson HE, Finelli CM, Buskey EJ. (2007) The turbulent life of copepods: Effects of water flow over a coral reef on their ability to detect and evade predators Marine Ecology Progress Series. 349: 171-181
Voordouw MJ, Robinson HE, Anholt BR. (2005) Paternal inheritance of the primary sex ratio in a copepod. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 18: 1304-14
Voordouw MJ, Robinson HE, Stebbins G, et al. (2005) Larval density and the Charnov-Bull model of adaptive environmental sex determination in a copepod Canadian Journal of Zoology. 83: 943-954
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