Publications

Below you will find the bibliography of published papers, books, poster projects, and undergraduate research projects where research took place on the reserve. You may download or view in either word format or endnote format. If you know of any additions, deletions, or corrections, please send them to Isabelle Kay (ikay [at] ucsd.edu).

Publications not widely distributed have a pdf attached, when available. Journal Articles and other widely distributed publications can be found in the UCSD Libraries at Roger - UC San Diego's online library catalog and WorldCat- UC San Diego Library Catalog or through a research database such as Google Scholar.

Dawson Los Monos Reserve Publications

AContrera, F. A. L., & Nieh, J. C. (2007). The effect of ambient temperature on forager sound production and thoracic temperature in the stingless bee, Melipona panamica. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 61 (6), 887.

C. M. E. Associates (1981). Draft environmental impact report Vista Business/Research Park, Vista, California. City of Vista Planning Department.

C. M. E. Associates (1982). Final environmental impact report and appendices. Agua Hedionda Island area. Area 'C' proposed municipal reorganization ACH 81122035 E81‐84 PC 81‐147. Vista, CA. Prepared for the City of Vista Planning Department.

City of Vista Engineering Department (1980). South Melrose 422 partnership specific plan draft environmental impact report. Vista, CA. Prepared for the City of Vista.

Dunn, R. R., Agosti, D., Andersen, A. N., Arnan, X., Bruhl, C. A., Cerd̐ưa, X., et al. (2009). Climatic drivers of hemispheric asymmetry in global patterns of ant species richness. Ecology Letters. 12 (4), 324‐333.

Fetscher, Anne Elizabeth (1999) Evolutionary significance of stigma closure in bush monkeyflower (Mimulus aurantiacus) (Scrophulariaceae). Thesis (Ph. D.) University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, Ca.

Franklin, R. (1977). A preliminary archaeological survey of Rancho Agua Hedionda y Los Monos. Anthro 7.

Fraser, W. A. (1982). Sewage Master plan for Vista, CA. Vista, CA. Prepared for the Vista Sanitation District and Buena Sanitation District.

Grover, C. D., Dayton, K. C., Menke, S. B., & Holway, D. A. (2008). Effects of aphids on foliar foraging by Argentine ants and the resulting effects on other arthropods. Ecological Entomology. 33 (1), 101‐106.

Heller, N., Sanders, N., Shors, J., & Gordon, D. (2008). Rainfall facilitates the spread, and time alters the impact, of the invasive Argentine ant. Oecologia. 155 (2), 385‐395.

Kocourkova, J., & Knudsen, K. (2009). Gelatinopsis acarosporicola (Helotiaceae), a new lichenicolous fungus on Acarospora socialis from western North America. The Bryologist. 112 (2), 363.

Lattin J.D., L., T., Horton D.R. (2001). "Buchananiella continua (white) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) from California, with new Synonymy." Proc. Entomol Soc. Wash. 103(3), 558‐560.

Lendemer, J. C., & Knudsen, K. (2008). Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi: Further notes on North American taxa. Mycotaxon. 105, 379-386.

Magliocca, N.R. (2004) A case study: systematic evaluation of compensatory mitigation sites within the carlsbad hydrological unit. ESYS 199

Menke, S. B. (2007). Predicting Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) invasions at multiple spatial scales The relative importance of abiotic and biotic factors. Thesis (Ph. D.) University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, Ca.

Menke, S. B., & Holway, D. A. (2006). Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology. 75 (2), 368‐376.

Paape T. (2009). Evolutionary genetics of the self-incompatibility in Solanaceae and Papaveraceae. Thesis (Ph.D.) University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, Ca.

Paape, T., Igic, B., Smith, S. D., Olmstead, R., Bohs, L., & Kohn, J. R. (2008). A 15‐Myr‐Old genetic bottleneck. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 25 (4), 655‐663.

Profiles, E. I. (1974). Environmental impact report for amendments to the general plan & annexation of properties to the City of Vista. Vista, CA. Prepared for the City of Vista.

Rick Engineering (1978). Final environmental impact report EIR‐352. Tootsey K Ranch pre‐annexational zone change and annexation, Carlsbad, CA. Prepared for the Planning Department of the City of Carlsbad.

Sanchez, D., Nieh, J. C., & Vandame, R. (2008). Experience‐based interpretation of visual and chemical information at food sources in the stingless bee Scaptotrigona mexicana. Animal Behaviour. 76 (2), 407.

Schenk, H. J., Espino, S., Goedhart, C. M., Nordenstahl, M., Cabrera, H. I. M., & Jones, C.S. (2008). Hydraulic integration and shrub growth form linked across continental aridity gradients. PNAS. 105 (32), 11248.

Smith, C. I., Godsoe, W. K. W., Tank, S., Yoder, J. B., & Pellmyr, O. (2008). Distinguishing coevolution from covicariance in an obligate pollination mutualism: Asynchronous divergence in Joshua Tree and its pollinators. Evolution. 62 (10), 2676‐2687.

Sutula, M. A., Stein, E. D., Collins, J. N., Fetscher, A. E., & Clark, R. (2006). special issue technical papers‐ a practical guide for the development of a wetland assessment method: The California experience. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 42 (1), 157.

Ybarra, J. (1998) Investigating the impact of urban development; a case study of the Dawson – Los Monos Reserve. Urban Studies & Planning

Elliott Chaparral Reserve Publications

Peer-reviewed publications (journals, book chapters, etc.)

Douglas T. BolgerKaren H. BeardAndrew V. SuarezTed J. Case . Increased Abundance of Native and Non-Native Spiders with Habitat FragmentationDiversity and Distributions, Vol. 14, No. 4 (Jul., 2008), pp. 655-665. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20172019

Bolger, D. T., A.V. Suarez, K.R. Crooks, S.A. Morrison, and T.J. Case (2000). "Arthropods in urban habitat fragments in southern California: area, age, and edge effects." Ecological Applications 10: 1230-1248.

Robert N. FisherAndrew V. SuarezTed J. Case Spatial Patterns in the Abundance of the Coastal Horned LizardConservation Biology, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Feb., 2002), pp. 205-215. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3061413

David A. Holway, Andrew V. Suarez and Ted J. Case  Role of Abiotic Factors in Governing Susceptibility to Invasion: A Test with Argentine Ants. Ecology , Vol. 83, No. 6 (Jun., 2002), pp. 1610-1619. Published by: Ecological Society of America. Article Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3071982

David A. Holway, Lori Lach, Andrew V. Suarez, Neil D. Tsutsui and Ted J. Case  The Causes and Consequences of Ant Invasions. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics , Vol. 33, (2002), pp. 181-233. Published by: Annual Reviews. Article Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3069261

 David A. Holway and Andrew V. Suarez   Colony-Structure Variation and Interspecific Competitive Ability in the Invasive ArgentineAnt. Source: Oecologia, Vol. 138, No. 2 (Jan., 2004), pp. 216-222Published by: Springer in cooperation with International Association for Ecology. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40005640 .

Holway, D. A., and A. V. Suarez. 2006. Homogenization of ant communities in mediterranean California: The effects of urbanization and invasion.  Biological Conservation 127: 319-326. LAAKKONEN, J., FISHER, R., Case, T.J. (2001). "Effect of land cover, habitat fragmentation and ant colonies on the distribution and abundance of shrews in southern California." Journal of Animal Ecology 70: 776-788.   Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2693461

Menke, S. B., & Holway, D. A. (2006). Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology. 75 (2), 368‐376.

Menke, S.B, Fisher, R.N., Jetz, W., & Holway, D.A. (2007) Biotic and Abiotic controls of Argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape scales. Ecology. 88(12), 3164-3173.

Menke, S.B., Suarez, A.V.,Tillberg, C.V., Chou, C.T., & Holway, D.A. (2010) Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment. Oecologia. 164 (3) 763-771.

Smith, C. I., Godsoe, W. K. W., Tank, S., Yoder, J. B., & Pellmyr, O. (2008). Distinguishing coevolution from covivariance in an obligate pollination mutualism: Asynchronous divergence in Joshua Tree and its pollinators. Evolution. 62 (10), 2676‐2687.

Andrew V. Suarez and Ted J. Case  Bottom-Up Effects on Persistence of a Specialist Predator: Ant Invasions and Horned LizardsSource: Ecological Applications, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Feb., 2002), pp. 291-298Published by: Ecological Society of AmericaStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3061153 .

Suarez, A. V. a. T. J. C. (in press). The ecological consequences of a fragmentation mediated invasion: The Argentine Ant, Linepithema humile, in southern California. How landscapes change: Human disturbance and ecosystem disruptions in the Americas. G. A. Bradshaw, P. Marquet, and H.A. Mooney, Springer Verlag. (??)

Suarez, A. V., J.Q. Richmond, and T.J. Case (2000). "Prey selection in horned lizards following the invasion of Argentine ants in southern California." Ecological Applications 10: 711-725.

Suarez, A. V., N.D. Tsutsui, D.A. Holway, and T.J. Case (1999). "Behavioral and genetic differentiation between native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant." Biological Invasions 1: 43-53.

Suarez, A. V., D.T. Bolger, and T.J. Case (1998). "Effects of fragmentation and invasion on native ant communities of coastal southern California." Ecology 79: 2041-2056.

Suarez, A. V., P. Yeh, and T. J. Case. 2005. Impacts of Argentine ants on avian nesting success. Insectes Sociaux 52: 378-382.

Chadwick V. Tillberg, David A. Holway, Edward G. LeBrun and Andrew V. Suarez   Trophic Ecology of Invasive Argentine Ants in Their Native and Introduced Ranges  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,  Vol. 104, No. 52 (Dec. 26, 2007), pp. 20856-20861  National Academy of Sciences. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25450991 .

Theses

Glenn, S. L. (2005). Effects of native ant displacement by Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) on antlion larvae (Myrmeleon exitialis Walker). Thesis (M.S.)‐‐University of California, San Diego, 2005.

Mendelsohn, M. B. (2005). Occurrence of the Greater Roadrunner (Geococcyx californiaus) in fragmented southern California habitat patches. Thesis (M.S.)‐‐ San Diego State University, 2005.

Suarez, Andrew (2000) Causes and consequences of biological invasions : the Argentine ant in Southern California. Thesis (Ph. D.)‐‐University of California, San Diego

Repeats

Bolger, D. T., A. V. Suarez, K. R. Crooks, S. A. Morrison, and T. J. Case. 2000. Arthropods in urban habitat fragments in southern California: area, age, and edge effects. Ecological Applications 10: 1230-1248.

Fisher, R. N., A. V. Suarez, and T. J. Case. Spatial patterns in the abundance of the coastal horned lizard. Conservation Biology 16: 205-215. 

Glenn, S. L. 2005. Effects of native ant displacement by Argentine ants Linepithema humile on antlion larvae Myrmeleon exitialis Walker. Master’s Thesis, University of California, San Diego.

Holway, D. A., and A. V. Suarez. 2004. Colony-structure variation and interspecific variation competitive ability in the invasive Argentine ant. Oecologia 13: 216-222.

Holway, D. A., and A. V. Suarez. 2006. Homogenization of ant communities in mediterranean California: The effects of urbanization and invasion.  Biological Conservation 127: 319-326.

Holway, D. A., A. V. Suarez, and T. J. Case. 2002. Role of abiotic factors in governing susceptibility to invasion: a test with Argentine ants.  Ecology 83: 1610-1619.

Mendelsohn, M. B. 2005. Occurrence of the Greater Roadrunner Geococcyx californiaus in fragmented southern California habitat patches. Master’s Thesis, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Menke, S. B., R. N. Fisher, W. Jetz, and D. A. Holway. 2007. Biotic an abiotic controls of Argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape level scales. Ecology 88: 3164–3173.

Menke, S. B,. and D. A. Holway. 2006. Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 368‐376.

Menke, S.B., A. V. Suarez, C. V. Tillberg, C.T. Chou, and D. A. Holway. 2010. Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment. Oecologia 164: 763-771.

Suarez, A. V. 2000. Causes and consequences of biological invasions: the Argentine ant in Southern California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Suarez, A. V.,  D.T. Bolger, and T.J. Case. 1998. Effects of fragmentation and invasion on native ant communities of coastal southern California. Ecology 79: 2041-2056.

Suarez, A.V., and T. J. Case. 2002. Bottom-up effects on the persistence of a specialist predator Suarez, A. V. N. D. Tsutsui, D. A. Holoway, and T. J. Case. 1999. Behavioral and genetic differentiation between native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant. Biological Invasions 1: 43-53.

Suarez, A. V. J. Q. Richmond, and T. J. Case. 2000. Prey selection in horned lizards following the invasion of Argentine ants in southern California. Ecological Applications 10: 711-725.

Suarez, A. V., P. Yeh, and T. J. Case. 2005. Impacts of Argentine ants on avian nesting success. Insectes Sociaux 52: 378-382.

Tillberg, C. V., D. A. Holway, E. G. LeBrun, and A. V. Suarez. 2007. Trophic ecology of invasive Argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 104: 20856-20861.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Elliott Chaparral Reserve” 

Wikipedia, “Cedar Fire,” www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cedar_Fir

Kendall-Frost Mission Bay Marsh Reserve Publications

Angeloni, L. M. (2001). Mating Strategies of Simultaneously Hermaphroditic Opisthobranchs: Sexual Selection, Body Size and Sex Allocation. Biology. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 113 pp.

Bagarinao, T. (1992). Sulfide as an environmental factor and toxicant: tolerance and adaptations in aquatic organisms. Aquatic Toxicology. 24(1), 21‐62.

Bagarinao, T. &. Vetter, R. D. (1989). Sulfide tolerance and detoxification in shallow‐water marine fishes. Marine Biology. 103(3), 291‐302.

Bagarinao, T. &. Vetter, R. D. (1990). Oxidative detoxification of sulfide by mitochondria of the California killifish Fundulus parvipinnis and the speckled sanddab Citharichthys stigmaeus. Journal of Comparative Physiology. 160(5), 519‐527.

Bill, M., Rhew, R. C., Weiss, R. F., & Goldstein, A. H. (2002). Carbon isotope ratios of methyl bromide and methyl chloride emitted from a coastal salt marsh. Geophysical Research Letters. 29 (4), Article Number: 1045.

Bouma, A. H. (1963). A graphic presentation of the facies model of salt marsh deposits. Sedimentology. 2 (2), 122‐129.

Boyer, K.E. (1994) Scale insect damage in constructed salt marshes: Nitrogen and other factors. Thesis (M.S.) Biology. San Diego State University. San Diego, CA. 81 pp.

Bradshaw, J. S. (1965). A multi‐factor instrument for recording ecological parameters. Marine Foraminifera Laboratory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. La Jolla, CA. 10 pp.

Bradshaw, J. S. (1968). Environmental parameters and marsh foraminifera. Limnology and Oceanography. 13(1), 26‐38.

Chaine, A. (1996) Sexual Selection in Navanax inermis a Hermaphroditic Sea Slug. BIO 199.

Cheng, B. & Hovel, K. (2010). Biotic resistance to invasion along an estuarine gradient. Oecologia, 164 (4), 1049-1059.

Crooks J.A. (1994) Effects of an exotic mussel, Musculista senhousia, on benthic communities and habitats in estuarine ecosystems. Thesis Proposal (Ph.D.). Oceanography. Scripps Institution of Oceanography. La Jolla, CA. 14pp.

Crooks, J. A. (1998). The effects of the introduced mussel, Musculista senhousia, and other anthropogenic agents on benthic ecosystems of Mission Bay, San Diego. Thesis (Ph. D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 233 pp.

Crooks, J. (2001). Assessing invader roles within changing ecosystems: Historical and experimental perspectives on an exotic mussel in an urbanized lagoon. Biological Invasions, 3(1), 23-36.

Crooks, J. A. & Khim, H.S. (1999). Architectural versus biological effects of a habitat-altering, exotic mussel, Musculista senhousia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 240 (1), 53‐75.

Dexter, D. M. (1983). Soft bottom infaunal communities in Mission Bay. California Dept. Fish and Game 69 (1), 5‐7.

Doherty, D. (1984) Population density and migration in Cerithidea californica. Bio 411 (SDSU)

Dworak, B. (1990) Urban Runoff: The problem and solutions. BIO 176

Fleminger, A. & Kramer, S.H. (1988). Recent introduction of an Asian estuarine copepod, Pseudodiaptomus marinus (Copepoda: Calanoida), into Southern California embayments. Marine Biology 98 (4), 535‐541.

Grover, C. D., Dayton, K. C., Menke, S. B., & Holway, D. A. (2008). Effects of aphids on foliar foraging by Argentine ants and the resulting effects on other arthropods. Ecological Entomology. 33 (1), 101‐106.

Hentschel, B. T. (2004). Sediment resuspension and boundary layer flow dramatically increase the growth rates of interface‐feeding spionid polychaetes. Journal of the European Association of Marine Sciences and Techniques. 49 (1), 209.

Hentschel, B. T., & Herrick, B. S. (2005). Growth rates of interface‐feeding spionid polychaetes in simulated tidal currents. Journal of Marine Research. 63 (5), 983.

Hoyt K. (2009). Levels of metals from salt marsh plants from Southern California, USA Thesis. (M.S.) Biology. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 106 pp.

Janousek, C. (2005). Functional diversity and composition of microalgae and photosynthetic bacteria in marine wetlands: Spatial variation, succession, and influence on productivity. Thesis (Ph. D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 245 pp.

Janousek, C. N., Currin, C. A., & Levin, L. A. (2007). Succession of microphytobenthos in a restored coastal wetland. Estuaries and Coasts: Journal of the Estuarine Research Federation. 30 (2), 265-276.

Kelly, C.K. (1990) Plant Foraging: a marginal value model and coiling response in Cuscuta subinclusa. Ecology 71(5), 1916-1925

Krug, Patrick Joseph (1998). Chemical and larval ecology of opisthobranch molluscs: Variable development modes and settlement cues for larvae of Alderia modesta. Thesis (Ph. D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 226 pp.

Krug, P. J., & Zimmer, R. K. (2000). Larval settlement: chemical markers for tracing production, transport, and distribution of a waterborne cue. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 207, 283‐296.

Krug, P. J. (2001). Bet‐hedging dispersal strategy of a specialist marine herbivore: a settlement dimorphism among sibling larvae of Alderia modesta. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 213, 177‐192.

Kuris, A. M., Hechinger, R. F., Shaw, J. C., Whitney, K. L., Aguirre‐Macedo, L., & Boch, C. A.(2008). Ecosystem energetic implications of parasite and free‐living biomass in three estuaries. Nature. 454 (7203), 515.

Levin, L. A. (1980). Life history and dispersal patterns of four infaunal polychaetes: implications for the structure of a dense assemblage. American Zoologist. 20 (4), 881.

Levin, L. A. (1981). Dispersion, feeding behavior and competition in two spionid polychaetes. Journal of Marine Research. 39 (1), 99‐117.

Levin, L. A. (1982). Interference interactions among tube‐dwelling polychaetes in a dense infaunal assemblage. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 65 (2), 107‐119.

Levin, L. A. (1982). The roles of life history, dispersal, and interference competition in the population and community structure of a dense infaunal polychaete assemblage. Thesis (Ph. D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 339 pp.

Levin, L. A. (1983). Drift tube studies of bay‐ocean water exchange and implications for larval dispersal. Estuaries. 6 (4), 346‐371.

Levin, L. A. (1984). Multiple patterns of development in Streblospio benedicti Webster (Spinidae) from three coasts of North America. Biological Bulletin. 166 (3), 494‐508.

Levin, L. A., J.A. Crooks, T.S. Talley & M. Saladin (1999). Alteration of California wetland habitat by invasive invertebrates. Coastal Zone '99.

Levin L.A., Talley, T. S., & Crooks, J.A. (2000). Alteration of Wetland Habitat by Two Exotic Invertebrates, Sea Grant.

Levin, L., Talley, T., & Hewitt, J. (1998). Macrobenthos of Spartina foliosa (Pacific Cordgrass) salt marshes in Southern California: Community structure and comparison to a Pacific mudflat and a Spartina alterniflora (Atlantic smooth cordgrass) marsh. Estuaries and Coasts

Levin, L. A., T. Talley, A. Larson, and A. Jones (1997). Faunal Composition in the Tijuana River Estuarine Intertidal Habitats and the Role of Life Histories in Faunal Recovery of Southern California Restored Wetlands. Marine Life Research Group, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA. 41 pp.

Lipski, D. M. (2005). Larval Supply, Settlement And Recruitment Of Fishes in Seagrass Beds in a Southern California Embayment. Thesis (M.S.) San Diego State University. San Diego, CA. 39 pp.

Loreau, M. (1998). Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: a mechanistic model. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the United States of America. 95 (10), 5632.

Macdonald, K. B. (1969). Quantitative studies of salt marsh mollusc faunas from the North American Pacific Coast. Ecological Monographs. 38 (1), 33‐60.

Mahmoudi, N., Modanu, M., Brandt, Y., & Andrade, M. C. B. (2008). Subtle pedipalp dimorphism: A reliable method for sexing juvenile spiders. The Journal of Arachnology. 36 (3), 513.

McCray, A. T. (2001). Halophyte Responses to Soil Variation and Interspecific Competition in Southern California Salt Marshes. Thesis (Ph. D.) Marine Biology. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 220 pp.

Moran, R. (1980). Did you say mangroves? In Mission Bay? Environment Southwest. 488 (1‐4), 1‐4.

Moseman, S. M. (2007). Opposite diel patterns of nitrogen fixation associated with salt marsh plant species (Spartina foliosa and Salicornia virginica) in southern California. Marine Ecology. 28 (2), 276‐287.

Moseman, S., Zhang, R., Qian, P., & Levin, L. (2009). Diversity and functional responses of nitrogen-fixing microbes to three wetland invasions. Biological Invasions, 11, 225-239

Moseman-Valtierra, S., Johnson, R., Zhang, R., & Qian, P. (2009). Differences in cordgrass structure between a mature and developing marsh reflect distinct N2-fixing communities. Wetlands, 29 (3), 919- 930

Phleger, C. F. (1964). Effect of varying salinity on lipid, protein, and mineral content of a coastal salt marsh plant, Spartina leiantha. Thesis (Ph. D.) Biology. San Diego State University. San Diego, CA. 82 pp.

Phleger, C. F. (1970). Foraminiferal populations and marine marsh processes. Limnology and Oceanography. 15, 522‐534.

Phleger, F. B. (1967). Marsh foraminiferal patterns, Pacific coast of North America. Anales del Instituto de Biologia Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Serie Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia. 38 (1), 11-39.

Phleger, F. B. & Bradshaw, J. S. (1966). Sedimentary environments in a marine marsh. Science. 154 (3756), 1551‐1553.

Rhew, R. C., Miller, B. R. et al. (2000). Natural methyl bromide and methyl chloride emissions from coastal salt marshes. Nature. 403 (6767), 292‐295.

Rosenfeld, B. (1990). Crabs at the Kendall‐Frost Salt Marsh. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 9 pp.

Saladin, M. (1998). The influence of the non‐native mussel, Musculista senhousia, on sediment properties in Mission Bay, San Diego, CA, USA. Eldgenossische Technische Hochschule. Zurich, Switzerland.

Seale, E. M., & Zacherl, D. C. (2009). Seasonal settlement of Olympic oyster larvae, Ostrea lurida Carpenter 1864 and its relationship to seawater temperature in two southern California estuaries. Journal of Shellfish Research. 28 (1), 113.

Sigala, M. (1995) Competition of Spartina foliosa with succulents in a salt marsh community. Summer Research Program, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Talley, D. M. (2000). The Role of Resident Fishes in Linking Habitats of a Southern California Salt Marsh. Thesis (Ph. D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 227pp.

Talley, T. S. & Crooks, J.A.. Habitat utilization and alteration by the burrowing isopod, Sphaeroma quoyanum, in California salt marshes. Marine Biology. 138 (3), 561-573.

Tuckwell, J. (1990). Proposal for the management, preservation and expansion of the Kendall‐Frost Mission Bay Marsh Natural Reserve. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 12pp.

Varnado, B. (1983) Distribution of parasite Cuscuta salina on host plant species in a Southern California salt marsh environment. Bio 411 (SDSU).

Wenner, A. M., Page, H.M., and Siegel, P.R. (1985) Variation in size at onset of egg production. Factors in adult growth, Crustacean issues 3. Balkema, Rotterdam, 149–164.

Zedler, J. (1995) Salt Marsh Restoration: Lessons from California. In: Rehabilitating Damaged Ecosystems. J. J. Cairns, ed. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.

Scripps Coastal Reserve Publications

Airoso, W. (1994) “The Knoll” Scripps Coastal Reserve. BIO 539.

Anderson, R. (1975) Chemical Studies of Primitive Marine Organisms: Porifera and Bacteria. Thesis (Ph.D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 132pp.

Barry, C. K. (1973). Experimental analysis of habitat selection in epiphytic shrimps of the genus Hippolyte in Southern California. Thesis (Ph.D.) Marine Biology. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 192pp.

Barry, J. P. (1988). Pattern and process: patch dynamics in a rocky intertidal community in Southern California. Thesis (Ph.D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 335pp.

Becker, B. J. (2005). The regional population variability and larval connectivity of mytilid mussels: Conserving the populations of Cabrillo National Monument. Thesis (Ph.D.) Marine Biology. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA.

Becker, B., Fodrie, F.J., McMillan, P.A. 7 Levin, L.A. (2005) Spatial and temporal variation in trace elemental fingerprints of mytilid mussel shells: A precursor to invertebrate larval tracking. Limnology and Oceanography 50(1), 48-61.

Bernstein, B. B. (1977). Selective pressures and coevolution in a kelp canopy community in Southern California. Thesis (Ph.D.) Oceanography. University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 135pp.

Bishop, M. J. & Bishop, S.J. (1973) A census of marine prosobranch gastropods at San Diego, California. Veliger 16 (2), 143‐152.

Bolger, D. (1985) The gap phenomenon; relative roles of herbivory and allelochemicals. Ecology Lab.

Bolger, D.T. (1989) Native species survey of the “Knoll”, a University of California Natural Reserve. BISP 199.

Brothers, E. B. (1975). The comparative ecology and behavior of three sympatric California gobies. Thesis (Ph. D.) Marine Biology. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. 387pp.

Calabrese, J. (1997) Too many naked men or other environmental factors: An investigation into the lack of Littornia planaxis in the southern tidepools near Scripps Pier. BIEB 121.

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