Recent Publications Generated from Research in this Facility ( updated May, 2009).
Ramey, P.A. and E. Bodnar. 2008. Selection by a deposit-feeding polychaete, Polygordius jouinae, for sands with relatively high organic content. Limnol. Oceanogr. 53(4): 1512-1520.
Kahl, L.A., A. Vardi and O. Schofield. 2008. Effects of phytoplankton physiology on export flux. MEPS 354: 3-19.
Hentschel, B.T. and N.S. Harper.
Hentschel, B.T. and A.A. Larson. 2006. Hydrodynamic mediation of density-dependent growth and adult-juvenile interactions of a spionid polychaete. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51(2): 1031-1037.
Hunt, H.L. 2005. Effects of sediment source and flow regime on clam and sediment transport. MEPS 296: 143-153.
Hentschel, B.T. and B.S. Herrick. 2005. Growth rates of interface-feeding spionid polychaetes in simulated tidal currents. J. Mar. Res. 63 (5): 983-999.
Hentschel, B.T. and A.A. Larson. 2005. Growth rates of interface-feeding polychaetes: combined effects of flow speed and suspended food concentration. MEPS 293: 119-129.
Hentschel, B.T. 2004. Sediment resuspension and boundary layer flow dramatically increase the growth rates of interface-feeding spionid polychaetes. J. Mar. Systems 49: 209-224.
Fries, J.S. 2004. General threshold for sediment transport induced by mounds. J. Sedimentary Res. 74 (1): 144-147.
Hunt, H.L. 2004. Effects of epibenthic predators in flow: transport and mortality of juveniles of the soft shell clam Mya arenaria. MEPS 279: 151-160.
Hunt, H.L. 2004. Transport of juvenile clams: effects of species and sediment grain size. JEMBE 312: 271-284.
Stocks, K.I. 2002. Flume experiments on post-settlement movement in polychaetes. Journal of Marine Research 60: 743-762.