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    • Effects of climate change and anthropogenic modification on a disturbance-dependent species in a large riverine system 

      Zeigler, Sara L.; Catlin, Daniel H.; Brown, Mary Bomberger; Fraser, James D.; Dinan, Lauren R.; Hunt, Kelsi L.; Jorgensen, Joel G.; Karpanty, Sarah M. (Ecological Society of America, 2017-01)
      Humans have altered nearly every natural disturbance regime on the planet through climate and land-use change, and in many instances, these processes may have interacting effects. For example, projected shifts in temperature ...
    • Hurricane Sandy and engineered response created habitat for a threatened shorebird 

      Walker, Katie M.; Fraser, James D.; Catlin, Daniel H.; Ritter, Shannon J.; Robinson, Samantha G.; Bellman, Henrietta A.; DeRose-Wilson, Audrey; Karpanty, Sarah M.; Papa, Steven T. (ESA, 2019-04-22)
      The intensity of Atlantic Ocean hurricanes is predicted to increase, and although disturbance is recognized as a fundamental driver of ecological processes, the benefits of hurricanes to ecological systems are seldom ...