Julio Lorda, PhD, UCSB 2014

"Julio Lorda"


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Gregory M. Ruiz research assistant Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Kevin D. Lafferty grad student UC Santa Barbara
Armand M. Kuris grad student 2014 UC Santa Barbara
 (The distribution and abundance of the California horn snail at different spatial scales.)
Jeffrey A. Crooks post-doc TRNERR
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Teck SJ, Lorda J, Shears NT, et al. (2018) Quality of a fished resource: Assessing spatial and temporal dynamics. Plos One. 13: e0196864
Dolby GA, Hechinger R, Ellingson RA, et al. (2016) Sea-level driven glacial-age refugia and post-glacial mixing on subtropical coasts, a palaeohabitat and genetic study. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 283
Bonel N, Lorda J. (2015) Growth and body weight variability of the invasive mussel limnoperna fortunei (mytilidae) across habitat and season Malacologia. 58: 129-145
Hopper JV, Kuris AM, Lorda J, et al. (2014) Reduced parasite diversity and abundance in a marine whelk in its expanded geographical range Journal of Biogeography. 41: 1674-1684
Bonel N, Solari LC, Lorda J. (2013) Differences in density, shell allometry and growth between two populations of limnoperna fortunei (mytilidae) from the río de la plata basin, Argentina Malacologia. 56: 43-58
Lorda J, Lafferty KD. (2012) Shading decreases the abundance of the herbivorous California horn snail, Cerithidea californica Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 432: 148-155
Kuris AM, Hechinger RF, Shaw JC, et al. (2008) Ecosystem energetic implications of parasite and free-living biomass in three estuaries. Nature. 454: 515-8
Ruiz GM, Lorda J, Arnwine A, et al. (2006) Shipping patterns associated with the panama canal: Effects on biotic exchange? Bridging Divides: Maritime Canals as Invasion Corridors. 83: 113-126
Lafferty KD, Hechinger RF, Lorda J, et al. (2005) Trematodes associated with mangrove habitat in Puerto Rican salt marshes. The Journal of Parasitology. 91: 697-9
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