Tom W. Bell

Affiliations: 
Marine Science University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Area:
Remote sensing, Photosynthesis
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Lamy T, Reed DC, Rassweiler A, et al. (2017) Scale-specific drivers of kelp forest communities. Oecologia
Castorani MC, Reed DC, Raimondi PT, et al. (2017) Fluctuations in population fecundity drive variation in demographic connectivity and metapopulation dynamics. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 284
Biederman JA, Scott RL, Goulden ML, et al. (2016) Terrestrial carbon balance in a drier world: the effects of water availability in southwestern North America. Global Change Biology
Morton DN, Bell TW, Anderson TW. (2016) Spatial synchrony of amphipods in giant kelp forests Marine Biology. 163: 1-11
Castorani MC, Reed DC, Alberto F, et al. (2015) Connectivity structures local population dynamics: a long-term empirical test in a large metapopulation system. Ecology. 96: 3141-52
Johansson ML, Alberto F, Reed DC, et al. (2015) Seascape drivers of Macrocystis pyrifera population genetic structure in the northeast Pacific. Molecular Ecology
Bell TW, Cavanaugh KC, Reed DC, et al. (2015) Geographical variability in the controls of giant kelp biomass dynamics Journal of Biogeography
Castorani MCN, Reed DC, Alberto F, et al. (2015) Connectivity structures local population dynamics: A long-term empirical test in a large metapopulation system Ecology. 96: 3141-3152
Bell TW, Cavanaugh KC, Siegel DA. (2014) Remote monitoring of giant kelp biomass and physiological condition: An evaluation of the potential for the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) mission Remote Sensing of Environment
Bell TW, Menzer O, Troyo-Diéquez E, et al. (2012) Carbon dioxide exchange over multiple temporal scales in an arid shrub ecosystem near La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico Global Change Biology. 18: 2570-2582
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