Mark W. Denny

Affiliations: 
Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Area:
Biomechanics, intertidal ecology
Website:
http://www.stanford.edu/group/denny/index.html
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Cross-listing: BME Tree - Marine Ecology Tree

Children

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Kristina Mead grad student Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University
Paul R. Leary grad student 2011- Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University (Marine Ecology Tree)
Rachel L Crane grad student 2015- Stanford
Emily Carrington grad student 1992 Stanford
Brian Gaylord grad student 1997 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University
Jim Leichter grad student 1997 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University (Marine Ecology Tree)
Benjamin Brown Hale grad student 2001 Stanford (Marine Ecology Tree)
Loretta Marie Roberson grad student 2002 Stanford (Marine Ecology Tree)
Elizabeth K. Nelson grad student 1997-2003 Stanford (Marine Ecology Tree)
Luke John Hunt grad student 2006 Stanford (Marine Ecology Tree)
Michael J. O'Donnell grad student 1998-2006 Stanford
Patrick T. Martone grad student 2001-2007 Stanford
Luke P. Miller grad student 2001-2008 Stanford
Katharine J. Mach grad student 2010 Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University (Marine Ecology Tree)
Kevin Miklasz grad student 2011 Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station (Marine Ecology Tree)
Luke P. Miller post-doc 2012- Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station
Ladd Erik Johnson post-doc 1989-1990 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University (Marine Ecology Tree)
Brian Helmuth post-doc 1997-1999 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University
Christopher D. Harley post-doc 2001-2004 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University
Michael L. Boller post-doc 2005-2008 Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
Patrick T. Martone post-doc 2007-2008 Hopkins Marine Station Stanford University

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A. Richard Palmer collaborator 1981-1981 University of Alberta
 (Joint research project with Mimi Koehl and Mark on drag in water at high Re)
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Moyen NE, Crane RL, Somero GN, et al. (2020) A single heat-stress bout induces rapid and prolonged heat acclimation in the California mussel, . Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20202561
Moyen NE, Somero GN, Denny MW. (2020) Mussels' acclimatization to high, variable temperatures is lost slowly upon transfer to benign conditions. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Moyen NE, Bump PA, Somero GN, et al. (2020) Establishing typical values for hemocyte mortality in individual California mussels, Mytilus californianus. Fish & Shellfish Immunology. 100: 70-79
Dowd WW, Denny MW. (2020) A series of unfortunate events: characterizing the contingent nature of physiological extremes using long-term environmental records. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 287: 20192333
Moyen NE, Somero GN, Denny MW. (2019) Impact of heating rate on cardiac thermal tolerance in the California mussel, . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Shadwick RE, Denny MW. (2017) John Moffit Gosline, BA, PhD, FRSC (1943-2016). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 220: 334-335
Helmuth B, Choi F, Matzelle A, et al. (2016) Long-term, high frequency in situ measurements of intertidal mussel bed temperatures using biomimetic sensors. Scientific Data. 3: 160087
Denny MW, King FA. (2016) The extraordinary joint material of an articulated coralline alga. II. Modeling the structural basis of its mechanical properties. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 1843-50
Denny MW, King FA. (2016) The extraordinary joint material of an articulated coralline alga. I. Mechanical characterization of a key adaptation. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 1833-42
LaScala-Gruenewald DE, Miller LP, Bracken MES, et al. (2016) Quantifying the top-down effects of grazers on a rocky shore: Selective grazing and the potential for competition Marine Ecology Progress Series. 553: 49-66
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