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Michael H Graham
Michael H Graham
Professor of Marine Ecology, Moss Landing Marine Labs
Verified email at mlml.calstate.edu - Homepage
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Confronting multicollinearity in ecological multiple regression
MH Graham
Ecology 84 (11), 2809-2815, 2003
27222003
Kelp forest ecosystems: biodiversity, stability, resilience and future
RS Steneck, MH Graham, BJ Bourque, D Corbett, JM Erlandson, JA Estes, ...
Environmental conservation 29 (4), 436-459, 2002
22622002
Effects of climate change on global seaweed communities
CDG Harley, KM Anderson, KW Demes, JP Jorve, RL Kordas, TA Coyle, ...
Journal of Phycology 48 (5), 1064-1078, 2012
8662012
Effects of local deforestation on the diversity and structure of southern California giant kelp forest food webs
MH Graham
Ecosystems 7 (4), 341-357, 2004
6112004
Global ecology of the giant kelp Macrocystis: from ecotypes to ecosystems
MH Graham, JA Vasquez, AH Buschmann
Oceanography and Marine Biology 45, 39, 2007
4872007
The kelp highway hypothesis: marine ecology, the coastal migration theory, and the peopling of the Americas
JM Erlandson, MH Graham, BJ Bourque, D Corbett, JA Estes, RS Steneck
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 2 (2), 161-174, 2007
3912007
Deep-water kelp refugia as potential hotspots of tropical marine diversity and productivity
MH Graham, BP Kinlan, LD Druehl, LE Garske, S Banks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (42), 16576-16580, 2007
2422007
Statistical significance versus fit: estimating the importance of individual factors in ecological analysis of variance
MH Graham, MS Edwards
Oikos 93 (3), 505-513, 2001
2172001
Community-wide distribution of predator–prey interaction strength in kelp forests
E Sala, MH Graham
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (6), 3678-3683, 2002
1992002
Population dynamics of giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera along a wave exposure gradient
MH Graham, C Harrold, S Lisin, K Light, JM Watanabe, MS Foster
Marine Ecology Progress Series 148, 269-279, 1997
1911997
On the evolution of ecological ideas: paradigms and scientific progress
MH Graham, PK Dayton
Ecology 83 (6), 1481-1489, 2002
1672002
Ice ages and ecological transitions on temperate coasts
MH Graham, PK Dayton, JM Erlandson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18 (1), 33-40, 2003
1542003
Diversity enhances cover and stability of seaweed assemblages: the role of heterogeneity and time
JJ Stachowicz, M Graham, MES Bracken, AI Szoboszlai
Ecology 89 (11), 3008-3019, 2008
1522008
Population ecology of the invasive kelp Undaria pinnatifida in California: environmental and biological controls on demography
CS Thornber, BP Kinlan, MH Graham, JJ Stachowicz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 268, 69-80, 2004
1492004
REPRODUCTIVE LONGEVITY OF DRIFTING KELP MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA (PHAEOPHYCEAE) IN MONTEREY BAY, USA1
G Hernández‐Carmona, B Hughes, MH Graham
Journal of Phycology 42 (6), 1199-1207, 2006
1222006
Complementarity in marine biodiversity manipulations: reconciling divergent evidence from field and mesocosm experiments
JJ Stachowicz, RJ Best, MES Bracken, MH Graham
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 105 (48), 18842-18847, 2008
1202008
Ecology of the kelp highway: Did marine resources facilitate human dispersal from Northeast Asia to the Americas?
JM Erlandson, TJ Braje, KM Gill, MH Graham
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 10 (3), 392-411, 2015
1042015
PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY RECONCILES INCONGRUOUS MOLECULAR AND MORPHOLOGICAL TAXONOMIES: THE GIANT KELP, MACROCYSTIS (LAMINARIALES …
KW Demes, MH Graham, TS Suskiewicz
Journal of Phycology 45 (6), 1266-1269, 2009
1002009
Sea otters, shellfish, and humans: 10,000 years of ecological interaction on San Miguel Island, California
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, JA Estes, MH Graham, TJ Braje, RL Vellanoweth
Proceedings of the sixth California Islands symposium, 58-69, 2005
942005
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT OF GIANT KELP (MACROCYSTIS PYRIFERA, PHAEOPHYCEAE) EMBRYONIC SPOROPHYTES: A MECHANISM FOR DELAYED …
BP Kinlan, MH Graham, E Sala, PK Dayton
Journal of Phycology 39 (1), 47-57, 2003
922003
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