Robert Whitlatch
Robert Whitlatch
Professor of Marine Sciences
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Linking climate change and biological invasions: ocean warming facilitates nonindigenous species invasions
JJ Stachowicz, JR Terwin, RB Whitlatch, RW Osman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (24), 15497-15500, 2002
Species diversity and invasion resistance in a marine ecosystem
JJ Stachowicz, RB Whitlatch, RW Osman
Science 286 (5444), 1577-1579, 1999
Biodiversity, invasion resistance, and marine ecosystem function: reconciling pattern and process
JJ Stachowicz, H Fried, RW Osman, RB Whitlatch
Ecology 83 (9), 2575-2590, 2002
Scale‐dependent recolonization: the role of sediment stability in a dynamic sandflat habitat
SF Thrush, RB Whitlatch, RD Pridmore, JE Hewitt, VJ Cummings, ...
Ecology 77 (8), 2472-2487, 1996
Responses of estuarine infauna to disturbance. I. Spatial and temporal variation of initial recolonization.
RN Zajac, RB Whitlatch
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 10 (1), 1-14, 1982
The colonial ascidian Didemnum sp. A: current distribution, basic biology and potential threat to marine communities of the northeast and west coasts of North America
SG Bullard, G Lambert, MR Carman, J Byrnes, RB Whitlatch, G Ruiz, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342 (1), 99-108, 2007
The control of the development of a marine benthic community by predation on recruits
RW Osman, RB Whitlatch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 311 (1), 117-145, 2004
Interactions among aliens: apparent replacement of one exotic species by another
AM Lohrer, RB Whitlatch
Ecology 83 (3), 719-732, 2002
Patterns of resource utilization and coexistence in marine intertidal deposit-feeding communities
RB Whitlatch
Animal-sediment relationships in intertidal marine benthic habitats: some determinants of deposit-feeding species diversity
RB Whitlatch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 53 (1), 31-45, 1981
Biofouling in marine molluscan shellfish aquaculture: a survey assessing the business and economic implications of mitigation
CM Adams, SE Shumway, RB Whitlatch, T Getchis
Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 42 (2), 242-252, 2011
Effects of resident species on recruitment into a community: larval settlement versus post-settlement mortality in the oyster Crassostrea virginica
RW Osman, RB Whitlatch, RN Zajac
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 61-73, 1989
Responses of estuarine infauna to disturbance. 11. Spatial and temporal variation of succession
RN Zajac, RB Whitlatch
Marine Ecology Progress Series 10, 15-27, 1982
Seasonal changes in the community structure of the macrobenthos inhabiting the intertidal sand and mud flats of Barnstable Harbor, Massachusetts
RB Whitlatch
The Biological Bulletin 152 (2), 275-294, 1977
Spatial structure of bivalves in a sandflat:: Scale and generating processes
P Legendre, SF Thrush, VJ Cummings, PK Dayton, J Grant, JE Hewitt, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 216 (1-2), 99-128, 1997
Genetic conspecificity of the worldwide populations of Didemnum vexillum Kott, 2002
L Stefaniak, G Lambert, A Gittenberger, H Zhang, S Lin, RB Whitlatch
Aquatic Invasions 4 (1), 29-44, 2009
The influence of resident adults on recruitment: a comparison to settlement
RW Osman, RB Whitlatch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 190 (2), 169-198, 1995
Recolonization and succession in soft-sediment infaunal communities: the spatial scale of controlling factors
RN Zajac, RB Whitlatch, SF Thrush
Hydrobiologia 375 (0), 227-240, 1998
The effects of infaunal biodiversity on biogeochemistry of coastal marine sediments
GG Waldbusser, RL Marinelli, RB Whitlatch, PT Visscher
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (5), 1482-1492, 2004
Effects of small-scale disturbance on invasion success in marine communities
S Altman, RB Whitlatch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342 (1), 15-29, 2007
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