Robert E. Scheibling, PhD

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Biology Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
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Higgins E, Scheibling RE, Desilets KM, et al. (2019) Benthic community succession on artificial and natural coral reefs in the northern Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea. Plos One. 14: e0212842
Scheibling R. (2019) Increased macroalgal abundance following mass mortalities of sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) along the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia. Oecologia. 68: 186-198
O’Brien J, Scheibling R. (2018) Turf wars: competition between foundation and turf-forming species on temperate and tropical reefs and its role in regime shifts Marine Ecology Progress Series. 590: 1-17
Scheibling RE, Patriquin DG, Filbee-Dexter K. (2018) Distribution and abundance of the invasive seagrass Halophila stipulacea and associated benthic macrofauna in Carriacou, Grenadines, Eastern Caribbean Aquatic Botany. 144: 1-8
O’Brien JM, Scheibling RE. (2018) Low recruitment, high tissue loss, and juvenile mortality limit recovery of kelp following large-scale defoliation Marine Biology. 165
Wingfield JC, Hau M, Boersma PD, et al. (2017) Effects of El Niño and La Niña Southern Oscillation Events on the Adrenocortical Responses to Stress in Birds of the Galapagos Islands. General and Comparative Endocrinology
Filbee-Dexter K, Scheibling RE. (2017) The present is the key to the past: linking regime shifts in kelp beds to the distribution of deep-living sea urchins. Ecology. 98: 253-264
O'Brien JM, Scheibling RE. (2016) Nipped in the bud: mesograzer feeding preference contributes to kelp decline. Ecology. 97: 1873-1886
Metaxas A, Scheibling RE. (2016) Rapid egg transport following coral mass spawning at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia Bulletin of Marine Science. 92: 529-544
Filbee-Dexter K, Feehan CJ, Scheibling RE. (2016) Large-scale degradation of a kelp ecosystem in an ocean warming hotspot Marine Ecology Progress Series. 543: 141-152
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