Kenneth Heck, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Marine Sciences Dauphin Island Sea Lab 
Area:
Seagrass ecology
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Michael L Judge collaborator 1990-1991 (Evolution Tree)
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Ugarelli K, Campbell JE, Rhoades OK, et al. (2024) Microbiomes of throughout the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico are influenced by site and region while maintaining a core microbiome. Frontiers in Microbiology. 15: 1357797
Campbell JE, Kennedy Rhoades O, Munson CJ, et al. (2024) Herbivore effects increase with latitude across the extent of a foundational seagrass. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Furman BT, Peterson BJ, Heck KL. (2020) Will the Florida Big Bend Area Become the Next Gulf of Mexico Reef Tract? Frontiers in Marine Science. 7
Marco-Méndez C, Ferrero-Vicente LM, Prado P, et al. (2019) Factors driving waterfowl feeding preferences and foraging impacts on submerged aquatic vegetation ecosystems Frontiers in Marine Science. 6
Hughes AR, Cebrian J, Heck K, et al. (2018) Effects of oil exposure, plant species composition, and plant genotypic diversity on salt marsh and mangrove assemblages Ecosphere. 9
Hyndes GA, Heck KL, Vergés A, et al. (2016) Accelerating Tropicalization and the Transformation of Temperate Seagrass Meadows. Bioscience. 66: 938-948
Sharma S, Goff J, Moody RM, et al. (2016) Do restored oyster reefs benefit seagrasses? An experimental study in the Northern Gulf of Mexico Restoration Ecology
McDonald AM, Prado P, Heck KL, et al. (2016) Seagrass growth, reproductive, and morphological plasticity across environmental gradients over a large spatial scale Aquatic Botany. 134: 87-96
Scyphers SB, Powers SP, Heck KL. (2015) Ecological value of submerged breakwaters for habitat enhancement on a residential scale. Environmental Management. 55: 383-91
Heck KL, Fodrie FJ, Madsen S, et al. (2015) Seagrass consumption by native and a tropically associated fish species: Potential impacts of the tropicalization of the northern Gulf of Mexico Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520: 165-173
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