Select Publications

Calle, L., Green, L., Strong, A., & Gawlik, D. E. (2018). Time‐integrated habitat availability is a resource attribute that informs patterns of use in intertidal areas. Ecological Monographs, 88(4), 600-620

Calle, L., Gawlik, D. E., Xie, Z., Green, L., Lapointe, B., & Strong, A. (2016). Effects of tidal periodicities and diurnal foraging constraints on the density of foraging wading birds. The Auk: Ornithological Advances, 133(3), 378-396

Green, L., & Fong, P. (2016). The good, the bad and the Ulva: the density dependent role of macroalgal subsidies in influencing diversity and trophic structure of an estuarine community. Oikos, 125(7), 988-1000

Green, L., Gawlik, D. E., Calle, L., & Lapointe, B. E. (2015). Relative effects of physical and small-scale nutrient factors on the distribution of tropical seagrasses in the Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge, Lower Florida Keys. Aquatic Botany, 124, 45-53

Green, L., Lapointe, B. E., & Gawlik, D. E. (2015). Winter nutrient pulse and seagrass epiphyte bloom: evidence of anthropogenic enrichment or natural fluctuations in the lower Florida Keys? Estuaries and Coasts, 38(6), 1854-1871

Green, L., & Fong, P. (2015). A small-scale test of the species-energy hypothesis in a southern California estuary. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 464, 35-43

Green, L., Blumstein, D. T., & Fong, P. (2015). Macroalgal mats in a eutrophic estuary obscure visual foraging cues and increase variability in prey availability for some shorebirds. Estuaries and Coasts, 38(3), 917-926

Green, L., Sutula, M., & Fong, P. (2014). How much is too much? Identifying benchmarks of adverse effects of macroalgae on the macrofauna in intertidal flats. Ecological Applications, 24(2), 300-314

Sutula, M., Green, L., Cicchetti, G., Detenbeck, N., & Fong, P. (2014). Thresholds of adverse effects of macroalgal abundance and sediment organic matter on benthic habitat quality in estuarine intertidal flats. Estuaries and Coasts, 37(6), 1532-1548

Green, L. R. (2011). Macroalgal mats control trophic structure and shorebird foraging behavior in a southern California estuary. University of California, Los Angeles

Sutula, M. (2011). Review of indicators for development of nutrient numeric endpoints in California estuaries. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Technical Report, 269

Gould, M. L., Green, L., Altenau, B., & Blumstein, D. T. (2004). A study of the species-confidence hypothesis with Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters (Acanthagenys rufogularis). Emu, 104(3), 267-271

Under review

Green, L., Magel, C., Brown, C. Management pathways for the successful reduction of nonpoint source nutrients in coastal ecosystems. Regional Studies in Marine Science (Accepted with Revision)

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