Sally Hacker

Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
"Sally Hacker"


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Mark D. Bertness grad student 1996 Brown
Steven D. Gaines grad student 1996 Brown


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Allison Barner grad student Oregon State
Caitlin Magel grad student 2016- Oregon State
Angela J. Brandt grad student 2011 Oregon State
Margot Hessing-Lewis grad student 2011 Oregon State
Phoebe L. Zarnetske grad student 2011 Oregon State
Jessica N. Reimer grad student 2011-2014 Oregon State
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Bortolus A, Adam P, Adams JB, et al. (2019) Supporting Spartina: Interdisciplinary perspective shows Spartina as a distinct solid genus. Ecology. e02863
Hacker SD, Menge BA, Nielsen KJ, et al. (2019) Regional processes are stronger determinants of rocky intertidal community dynamics than local biotic interactions. Ecology. e02763
Barner AK, Coblentz KE, Hacker SD, et al. (2018) Fundamental contradictions among observational and experimental estimates of non-trophic species interactions. Ecology
Barner AK, Hacker SD, Menge BA, et al. (2016) The complex net effect of reciprocal interactions and recruitment facilitation maintains an intertidal kelp community Journal of Ecology. 104: 33-43
Hessing-Lewis ML, Hacker SD, Menge BA, et al. (2015) Are large macroalgal blooms necessarily bad? Nutrient impacts on seagrass in upwelling-influenced estuaries. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 25: 1330-47
Zarnetske PL, Ruggiero P, Seabloom EW, et al. (2015) Coastal foredune evolution: the relative influence of vegetation and sand supply in the US Pacific Northwest. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface / the Royal Society. 12
David AS, Zarnetske PL, Hacker SD, et al. (2015) Invasive congeners differ in successional impacts across space and time. Plos One. 10: e0117283
Henderson J, Hacker SD. (2015) Buried alive: An invasive seagrass (Zostera japonica) changes its reproductive allocation in response to sediment disturbance Marine Ecology Progress Series. 532: 123-136
Bakker JP, Nielsen KJ, Alberti J, et al. (2015) Bottom-up and top-down interactions in coastal interface systems Trophic Ecology: Bottom-Up and Top-Down Interactions Across Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems. 157-200
Menge BA, Gouhier TC, Hacker SD, et al. (2015) Are meta-ecosystems organized hierarchically? A model and test in rocky intertidal habitats Ecological Monographs. 85: 213-233
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