Stephanie J. Kamel

Affiliations: 
2013- Biology & Marine Biology University of North Carolina, Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, United States 
Area:
Marine evolutionary ecology
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http://uncw.edu/bio/faculty_kamel.html
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Reynolds LK, Stachowicz JJ, Hughes AR, et al. (2016) Temporal stability in patterns of genetic diversity and structure of a marine foundation species (Zostera marina). Heredity
Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK, Addison JA. (2014) Multiscale patterns of genetic structure in a marine snail (Solenosteira macrospira) without pelagic dispersal Marine Biology. 161: 1603-1614
Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK. (2013) Kinship and the evolution of social behaviours in the sea. Biology Letters. 9: 20130454
Stachowicz JJ, Kamel SJ, Hughes AR, et al. (2013) Genetic relatedness influences plant biomass accumulation in eelgrass (Zostera marina). The American Naturalist. 181: 715-24
Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK. (2013) Why do males care for their competitor's offspring? A response to Székely etal. Animal Behaviour. 86: e3-e5
Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK. (2012) Exclusive male care despite extreme female promiscuity and low paternity in a marine snail. Ecology Letters. 15: 1167-73
Kamel SJ, Hughes AR, Grosberg RK, et al. (2012) Fine-scale genetic structure and relatedness in the eelgrass Zostera marina Marine Ecology Progress Series. 447: 127-137
Kamel SJ, Oyarzun FX, Grosberg RK. (2010) Reproductive biology, family conflict, and size of offspring in marine invertebrates. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 50: 619-29
Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK, Marshall DJ. (2010) Family conflicts in the sea. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 25: 442-9
Mrosovsky N, Kamel SJ, Díez CE, et al. (2009) Methods of estimating natural sex ratios of sea turtles from incubation temperatures and laboratory data Endangered Species Research. 8: 147-155
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