Kenneth Sebens

Affiliations: 
Biology, Friday Harbor Laboratories, SAFS University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
Area:
subtidal ecology, coral reef ecology
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Sebens KP, Sarà G, Carrington E. (2018) Estimation of fitness from energetics and life-history data: An example using mussels. Ecology and Evolution. 8: 5279-5290
Wells CD, Sebens KP. (2017) Individual marking of soft-bodied subtidal invertebrates in situ - A novel staining technique applied to the giant plumose anemone Metridium farcimen (Tilesius, 1809). Plos One. 12: e0188263
Carrington E, Waite JH, Sarà G, et al. (2015) Mussels as a model system for integrative ecomechanics. Annual Review of Marine Science. 7: 443-69
Elahi R, Dwyer TR, Sebens KP. (2014) Mesoscale variability in oceanographic retention sets the abiotic stage for subtidal benthic diversity Marine Ecology Progress Series. 498: 117-132
Elahi R, Sebens KP. (2013) Experimental removal and recovery of subtidal grazers highlights the importance of functional redundancy and temporal context. Plos One. 8: e78969
Elahi R, Birkeland C, Sebens KP, et al. (2013) Limited change in the diversity and structure of subtidal communities over four decades Marine Biology. 160: 3209-3219
Elahi R, Sebens KP. (2012) Consumers mediate natural variation between prey richness and resource use in a benthic marine community Marine Ecology Progress Series. 452: 131-143
Heidelberg KB, O'Neil KL, Bythell JC, et al. (2010) Vertical distribution and diel patterns of zooplankton abundance and biomass at Conch Reef, Florida Keys (USA). Journal of Plankton Research. 32: 75-91
Satterlie RA, Pearse JS, Sebens KP. (2009) The black box, the creature from the Black Lagoon, August Krogh, and the dominant animal. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 49: 89-92
Jenkins SR, Moore P, Burrows MT, et al. (2008) Comparative ecology of North Atlantic shores: do differences in players matter for process? Ecology. 89: S3-23
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