James E. (Jeb) Byers

Ecology University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
invasive species, ecosystem engineers, parasites
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Resetarits EJ, Ellis WT, Byers JE. (2023) The opposing roles of lethal and nonlethal effects of parasites on host resource consumption. Ecology and Evolution. 13: e9973
Krueger-Hadfield SA, Byers JE, Bonthond G, et al. (2021) Intraspecific diversity and genetic structure in the widespread macroalga Agarophyton vermiculophyllum. Journal of Phycology
Byers JE. (2020) Effects of climate change on parasites and disease in estuarine and nearshore environments. Plos Biology. 18: e3000743
Byers JE. (2020) Marine Parasites and Disease in the Era of Global Climate Change. Annual Review of Marine Science
Smith R, Blaze J, Byers J. (2020) Negative indirect effects of hurricanes on recruitment of range-expanding mangroves Marine Ecology Progress Series. 644: 65-74
Haram L, Sotka E, Byers J. (2020) Effects of novel, non-native detritus on decomposition and invertebrate community assemblage Marine Ecology Progress Series. 643: 49-61
Chen E, Blaze JA, Smith RS, et al. (2020) Freeze tolerance of poleward‐spreading mangrove species weakened by soil properties of resident salt marsh competitor Journal of Ecology. 108: 1725-1737
Wasson K, Fabian RA, Fork S, et al. (2020) Multiple factors contribute to the spatially variable and dramatic decline of an invasive snail in an estuary where it was long-established and phenomenally abundant Biological Invasions. 22: 1181-1202
Keisling C, Harris RD, Blaze J, et al. (2019) Low concentrations and low spatial variability of marine microplastics in oysters (Crassostrea virginica) in a rural Georgia estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 110672
Grabowski JH, Gouhier TC, Byers JE, et al. (2019) Regional environmental variation and local species interactions influence biogeographic structure on oyster reefs. Ecology
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