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Kristy Jean Kroeker

Affiliations: 
Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, Pacific Grove, CA, United States 
Area:
community ecology, cumulative impacts, species interactions
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Ricart AM, Ward M, Hill TM, et al. (2021) Coast-wide evidence of low pH amelioration by seagrass ecosystems. Global Change Biology
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
Kroeker KJ, Bell LE, Donham EM, et al. (2019) Ecological change in dynamic environments: Accounting for temporal environmental variability in studies of ocean change biology. Global Change Biology
Stephens TA, Hughes BB, Kroeker KJ, et al. (2019) Between a rock and a soft place: surfgrass colonizes sediments without attachment to rock. Ecology
Kroeker K, Carr M, Raimondi P, et al. (2019) Planning for Change: Assessing the Potential Role of Marine Protected Areas and Fisheries Management Approaches for Resilience Management in a Changing Ocean Oceanography. 32: 116-125
Lubchenco J, Menge B, Barth J, et al. (2019) Connecting Science to Policymakers, Managers, and Citizens Oceanography. 32: 106-115
Chan F, Barth J, Kroeker K, et al. (2019) The Dynamics and Impact of Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia: Insights from Sustained Investigations in the Northern California Current Large Marine Ecosystem Oceanography. 32: 62-71
Menge B, Milligan K, Caselle J, et al. (2019) PISCO: Advances Made Through the Formation of a Large-Scale, Long-Term Consortium for Integrated Understanding of Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics Oceanography. 32: 16-25
Teixidó N, Gambi MC, Parravacini V, et al. (2018) Functional biodiversity loss along natural CO gradients. Nature Communications. 9: 5149
Hughes BB, Lummis SC, Anderson SC, et al. (2017) Unexpected resilience of a seagrass system exposed to global stressors. Global Change Biology
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