Johnston, C.A. and O.N. Caretti. In press. Mangrove expansion into temperate marshes alters habitat quality for recruiting Callinectes spp. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
McKeon, C.S., Tunberg, B.G., Johnston, C.A., Barshis, D.J. 2015. Ecological drivers and habitat associations of estuarine bivalves. PeerJ 3:e1348. https://dx.doi.org/10.7717/peerj.1348. (open access pdf)
Riley, M.E., Johnston, C.A., Feller, I.C., Griffen, B.D. 2014. Range expansion of Aratus pisonii (Mangrove tree crab) into novel salt marsh habitats. Southeastern Naturalist 13(4): N43-N48. (link)
Johnston, C.A. & R.N. Lipcius. 2012. Exotic macroalga is superior nursery habitat for native blue crab in Chesapeake Bay. Marine Ecology Progress Series: 467: 137-146. (open acess pdf)
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Literature that I frequently cite:
Beck, MW et al. (2001). The identification, conservation, and management of estuarine and marine nurseries for fish and invertebrates. BioScience 51:8.
Dahlgren, C.P. & D.B. Eggleston (2001). Spatiotemporal variability in abundance, distribution and habitat associations of early juvenile Nassau grouper. Marine Ecology Progress Series 217:145-156.
Hobbs, RJ et al. (2006). Novel ecosystems: Theoretical and management aspects of the new ecological world order. Global Ecol. Biogeogr. 15, 1-7.
Hobbs, RJ et al. (2009). Novel ecosystems: implications for conservation and restoration. Trends Ecol. Evol., 24, 599-605.
Martin, CW & JF Valentine. (2011). Impacts of a habitat-forming exotic species on estuarine structure and function: an experimental assessment of Eurasian milfoil. Estuaries & Coasts 34:364.
Rudolf, V.H.W. & K. D. Lafferty (2011). Stage Structure alters how complexity affects stability. Ecology Letters 14: 75-79 (Faculty of 1000 recommended as a “must read” and featured in the public media in ScienceDaily News)
Werner, E.E. & J.F. Gilliam (1984). The ontogenetic niche and species interactions in size-structured populations. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 15:393-425.
Yang, L. & V.H.W. Rudolf (2010). Phenology, ontogeny, and the effects of climate change on the timing of species interactions. Ecology Letters 13: 1-10 (Faculty of 1000 recommended as a “must read” “hidden jewel”)