Scott L. Hamilton, Ph.D.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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Robert R. Warner grad student 2007 UC Santa Barbara
 (Selective mortality in juvenile coral reef fish: The role of larval performance and dispersal histories.)
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Beas-Luna R, Micheli F, Woodson CB, et al. (2020) Geographic variation in responses of kelp forest communities of the California Current to recent climatic changes. Global Change Biology
Easter EE, Adreani MS, Hamilton SL, et al. (2020) Influence of protogynous sex change on recovery of fish populations within marine protected areas. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America
Zgliczynski BJ, Williams GJ, Hamilton SL, et al. (2019) Foraging consistency of coral reef fishes across environmental gradients in the central Pacific. Oecologia
Miller SD, Zgliczynski BJ, Fox MD, et al. (2019) Niche width expansion of coral reef fishes along a primary production gradient in the remote central Pacific Marine Ecology Progress Series. 625: 127-143
Caselle JE, Hamilton SL, Davis K, et al. (2018) First quantification of subtidal community structure at Tristan da Cunha Islands in the remote South Atlantic: from kelp forests to the deep sea. Plos One. 13: e0195167
Braje TJ, Rick TC, Szpak P, et al. (2017) Historical ecology and the conservation of large, hermaphroditic fishes in Pacific Coast kelp forest ecosystems. Science Advances. 3: e1601759
Selden RL, Gaines SD, Hamilton SL, et al. (2017) Protection of large predators in a marine reserve alters size-dependent prey mortality. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Caselle JE, Rassweiler A, Hamilton SL, et al. (2015) Recovery trajectories of kelp forest animals are rapid yet spatially variable across a network of temperate marine protected areas. Scientific Reports. 5: 14102
Georgiou DK, Dagnino-Acosta A, Lee CS, et al. (2015) Ca2+ Binding/Permeation via Calcium Channel, CaV1.1, Regulates the Intracellular Distribution of the Fatty Acid Transport Protein, CD36, and Fatty Acid Metabolism. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Lee CS, Dagnino-Acosta A, Yarotskyy V, et al. (2015) Ca(2+) permeation and/or binding to CaV1.1 fine-tunes skeletal muscle Ca(2+) signaling to sustain muscle function. Skeletal Muscle. 5: 4
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