David Duggins

UW Friday Harbor Labs, Friday Harbor, WA, United States 
"David Duggins"
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Duggins DO, Gómez-Buckley MC, Buckley RM, et al. (2016) Islands in the stream: kelp detritus as faunal magnets Marine Biology. 163: 1-10
Lowe AT, Galloway AWE, Yeung JS, et al. (2014) Broad sampling and diverse biomarkers allow characterization of nearshore particulate organic matter Oikos. 123: 1341-1354
Dethier MN, Brown AS, Burgess S, et al. (2014) Degrading detritus: Changes in food quality of aging kelp tissue varies with species Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 460: 72-79
Galloway AWE, Lowe AT, Sosik EA, et al. (2013) Fatty acid and stable isotope biomarkers suggest microbe-induced differences in benthic food webs between depths Limnology and Oceanography. 58: 1451-1462
Dethier MN, Sosik E, Galloway AWE, et al. (2013) Addressing assumptions: Variation in stable isotopes and fatty acids of marine macrophytes can confound conclusions of food web studies Marine Ecology Progress Series. 478: 1-14
Galloway AW, Britton-Simmons KH, Duggins DO, et al. (2012) FATTY ACID SIGNATURES DIFFERENTIATE MARINE MACROPHYTES AT ORDINAL AND FAMILY RANKS(1). Journal of Phycology. 48: 956-65
Britton-Simmons KH, Rhoades AL, Pacunski RE, et al. (2012) Habitat and bathymetry influence the landscape-scale distribution and abundance of drift macrophytes and associated invertebrates Limnology and Oceanography. 57: 176-184
Galloway AWE, Britton-Simmons KH, Duggins DO, et al. (2012) Fatty acid signatures differentiate marine macrophytes at ordinal and family ranks Journal of Phycology. 48: 956-965
Britton-Simmons K, Eckman JE, Duggins DO. (2008) Effect of tidal currents and tidal stage on estimates of bed size in the kelp Nereocystis luetkeana Marine Ecology Progress Series. 355: 95-105
Duggins DO, Eckman JE, Siddon CE, et al. (2003) Population, morphometric and biomechanical studies of three understory kelps along a hydrodynamic gradient Marine Ecology Progress Series. 265: 57-76
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