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Publications

  • Murray, S.N. 2007. Habitat Alteration. M. Denny and S. Gaines, eds. Encyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores. University of California Press, Berkeley pp: 256-260.

  • Murray, S.N. and S.F. Zaleski. 2006. Taxonomic diversity and geographic distributions of aquarium-traded species of Caulerpa (Chlorophyta, Caulerpaceae) in southern California, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 314: 97-108.

  • Murray, S.N., W.T. Stam, J.L. Olsen, S.F. Zaleski, K.R. Brown and L.J. Walters. 2006. A forensic and phylogenetic survey of Caulerpa species (Caulerpales, Chlorophyta) from around the Florida coast, local aquarium shops and e-commerce: establishing a proactive baseline for early detection. Journal of Phycology 42: 1113-1124.

  • Murray, S.N., R.F. Ambrose and M.N. Dethier. 2006. Monitoring Rocky Shores. University of California Press, Berkeley. pp: 220.

  • Murray, S.N., R.D. Sagarin, R.F. Ambrose, B.J. Becker, J.M. Engle, J. Kido, S.F. Lee, C.M. Miner, P.T. Raimondi, D.V. Richards and C. Roe. 2006. Ecological Impacts on the limpet Lottia gigantea populations: human pressure over a broad scale on islands and mainland intertidal zones. Marine Biology 150: 399-413.

  • Murray, S.N. and J.R. Smith. 2005. The effects of experimental bait collection and trampling on a southern California Mytilus californianus Conrad bed. Marine Biology 147: 699-706.

  • Murray, S.N. and T.E. Cox. 2005. Feeding preferences and the relationships between food choice and assimilation efficiency in the herbivorous marine snail Lithopoma undosum (Turbinidae). Marine Biology 148: 1295-1306.

  • Murray, S.N. and E.H. Yee. 2004. Effects of temperature on activity, food consumption rates, and gut passage times of three seaweed-eating species of Tegula (Trochidae) from central and southern California. Marine Biology 145: 895-903.

  • Murray, S.N. and J.S. Kido. 2003. Variation in owl limpet Lottia gigantea population structures, growth rates, and gonadal production on southern California rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series 257: 111-124.

  • Murray, S.N., R.F. Ambrose, J.A. Bohnsack, L.W. Botsford, M.H. Carr, G.E. Davis, P.K. Dayton, D. Gotshall, D. Gunderson, M.A. Hixon, J. Lubchenco, M.C. Mangel, A. McCall, D.A. McArdle, J.C. Ogden, J. Roughgarden, R.M. Starr, M.J. Tegner and M.M. Yoklavich. 1999. No-take marine reserves: sustaining fishery populations and marine ecosystems. Fisheries 24: 11-25.

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