Mark E. Torchin, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Area:
Parasitology, Crustacean Biology
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Armand M. Kuris grad student 2002 UC Santa Barbara
 (Effects of parasites on the impact of exotic marine species.)
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Sellers AJ, Leung B, Altieri AH, et al. (2021) Seasonal upwelling reduces herbivore control of tropical rocky intertidal algal communities. Ecology. e03335
Lee J, Davidson TM, Torchin ME. (2021) Variable host responses mediate host preference in marine flatworm-snail symbioses. Plos One. 16: e0247551
Tepolt CK, Darling JA, Blakeslee AMH, et al. (2020) Recent introductions reveal differential susceptibility to parasitism across an evolutionary mosaic. Evolutionary Applications. 13: 545-558
Resetarits EJ, Torchin ME, Hechinger RF. (2020) Social trematode parasites increase standing army size in areas of greater invasion threat. Biology Letters. 16: 20190765
Freestone AL, Carroll EW, Papacostas K, et al. (2019) Predation shapes invertebrate diversity in tropical but not temperate seagrass communities. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Cheng BS, Altieri AH, Torchin ME, et al. (2019) Can marine reserves restore lost ecosystem functioning? A global synthesis. Ecology. 100: e02617
Kelehear C, Saltonstall K, Torchin ME. (2019) Negative effects of parasitic lung nematodes on the fitness of a Neotropical toad (Rhinella horribilis). Parasitology. 1-9
Davidson TM, Altieri AH, Ruiz GM, et al. (2018) Bioerosion in a changing world: a conceptual framework. Ecology Letters
Stewart TE, Torchin M, Cáceres C. (2017) Invisible Parasites and their Implications for Coexisting Water Fleas. The Journal of Parasitology
Pagenkopp Lohan KM, Hill-Spanik KM, Torchin ME, et al. (2017) Phylogeography and connectivity of molluscan parasites: Perkinsus spp. in Panama and beyond. International Journal For Parasitology
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