Brenda Konar

Global Undersea Research Unit University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, United States 
Subtidal Ecology
"Brenda Konar"
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Hasan EL, Gorman KB, Coletti HA, et al. (2024) Species distribution modeling of northern sea otters () in a data-limited ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution. 14: e11118
Dawson MN, Duffin PJ, Giakoumis M, et al. (2023) A Decade of Death and Other Dynamics: Deepening Perspectives on the Diversity and Distribution of Sea Stars and Wasting. The Biological Bulletin. 244: 143-163
Ulaski BP, Sikes DS, Konar B. (2023) Beach-cast and drifting seaweed wrack is an important resource for marine and terrestrial macroinvertebrates in high latitudes. Marine Environmental Research. 187: 105970
Oulhen N, Byrne M, Duffin P, et al. (2022) A Review of Asteroid Biology in the Context of Sea Star Wasting: Possible Causes and Consequences. The Biological Bulletin. 243: 50-75
Filbee-Dexter K, Feehan CJ, Smale DA, et al. (2022) Kelp carbon sink potential decreases with warming due to accelerating decomposition. Plos Biology. 20: e3001702
Myers HJ, Olsen DW, Matkin CO, et al. (2021) Passive acoustic monitoring of killer whales (Orcinus orca) reveals year-round distribution and residency patterns in the Gulf of Alaska. Scientific Reports. 11: 20284
Suryan RM, Arimitsu ML, Coletti HA, et al. (2021) Ecosystem response persists after a prolonged marine heatwave. Scientific Reports. 11: 6235
Weitzman B, Konar B, Iken K, et al. (2021) Changes in Rocky Intertidal Community Structure During a Marine Heatwave in the Northern Gulf of Alaska Frontiers in Marine Science. 8
Edwards MS, Konar B. (2020) Trophic downgrading reduces spatial variability on rocky reefs. Scientific Reports. 10: 18079
Rasher DB, Steneck RS, Halfar J, et al. (2020) Keystone predators govern the pathway and pace of climate impacts in a subarctic marine ecosystem. Science (New York, N.Y.). 369: 1351-1354
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