Henry M. Page

Aquatic and Population Biology University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
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Yorke CE, Page HM, Miller RJ. (2019) Sea urchins mediate the availability of kelp detritus to benthic consumers. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190846
Simons RD, Page HM, Zaleski S, et al. (2016) The Effects of Anthropogenic Structures on Habitat Connectivity and the Potential Spread of Non-Native Invertebrate Species in the Offshore Environment. Plos One. 11: e0152261
Reed DC, Rassweiler AR, Miller RJ, et al. (2016) The value of a broad temporal and spatial perspective in understanding dynamics of kelp forest ecosystems Marine and Freshwater Research. 67: 14-24
Miller RJ, Page HM, Reed DC. (2015) Trophic versus structural effects of a marine foundation species, giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera). Oecologia
Koenigs C, Miller RJ, Page HM. (2015) Top predators rely on carbon derived from giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera Marine Ecology Progress Series. 537: 1-8
Cooper SD, Page HM, Wiseman SW, et al. (2014) Physicochemical and biological responses of streams to wildfire severity in riparian zones Freshwater Biology
Rahimi AM, Miller RJ, Fedorov DV, et al. (2014) Marine biodiversity classification using dropout regularization Proceedings - 2014 Icpr Workshop On Computer Vision For Analysis of Underwater Imagery, Cvaui 2014. 80-87
Page HM, Brooks AJ, Kulbicki ML, et al. (2013) Stable isotopes reveal trophic relationships and diet of consumers in temperate kelp forest and coral reef ecosystems Oceanography. 26: 181-189
Yorke CE, Miller RJ, Page HM, et al. (2013) Importance of kelp detritus as a component of suspended particulate organic matter in giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera forests Marine Ecology Progress Series. 493: 113-125
Miller RJ, Page HM, Brzezinski MA. (2013) δ13C and δ15N of particulate organic matter in the Santa Barbara Channel: Drivers and implications for trophic inference Marine Ecology Progress Series. 474: 53-66
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