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Seth H. Miller
Seth H. Miller
Anne Arundel Community College
Verified email at aacc.edu
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Nearshore larval retention in a region of strong upwelling and recruitment limitation
SG Morgan, JL Fisher, SH Miller, ST McAfee, JL Largier
Ecology 90 (12), 3489-3502, 2009
2062009
And on top of all that… Coping with ocean acidification in the midst of many stressors
DL Breitburg, J Salisbury, JM Bernhard, WJ Cai, S Dupont, SC Doney, ...
Oceanography 28 (2), 48-61, 2015
1802015
The role of temperature in determining species' vulnerability to ocean acidification: a case study using Mytilus galloprovincialis
KJ Kroeker, B Gaylord, TM Hill, JD Hosfelt, SH Miller, E Sanford
PloS one 9 (7), e100353, 2014
792014
Acidification increases sensitivity to hypoxia in important forage fishes
SH Miller, DL Breitburg, RB Burrell, AG Keppel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 549, 1-8, 2016
542016
Interspecific differences in depth preference: regulation of larval transport in an upwelling system
SH Miller, SG Morgan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 476, 301-306, 2013
532013
Spatial differences in larval abundance within the coastal boundary layer impact supply to shoreline habitats
KJ Nickols, SH Miller, B Gaylord, SG Morgan, JL Largier
Marine Ecology Progress Series 494, 191-203, 2013
282013
Inverse approach to estimating larval dispersal reveals limited population connectivity along 700 km of wave-swept open coast
SO Hameed, JW White, SH Miller, KJ Nickols, SG Morgan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1833), 20160370, 2016
272016
Transport of crustacean larvae between a low-inflow estuary and coastal waters
SG Morgan, JL Fisher, ST McAfee, JL Largier, SH Miller, MM Sheridan, ...
Estuaries and coasts 37 (5), 1269-1283, 2014
272014
Nearshore larval retention and cross-shelf migration of benthic crustaceans at an upwelling center
SG Morgan, SH Miller, MJ Robart, JL Largier
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 161, 2018
252018
Phenotypic plasticity in larval swimming behavior in estuarine and coastal crab populations
SH Miller, SG Morgan
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 449, 45-50, 2013
182013
Relatedness affects the density, distribution and phenotype of colonisers in four sessile marine invertebrates
JD Aguirre, SH Miller, SG Morgan, DJ Marshall
Oikos 122 (6), 881-888, 2013
182013
Interannual variability in an atlas of trace element signatures for determining population connectivity
SH Miller, SG Morgan, JW White, PG Green
Marine Ecology Progress Series 474, 179-190, 2013
142013
Effect of Elevated pCO2 on Metabolic Responses of Porcelain Crab (Petrolisthes cinctipes) Larvae Exposed to Subsequent Salinity Stress
SH Miller, S Zarate, EH Smith, B Gaylord, JD Hosfelt, TM Hill
PLoS One 9 (10), e109167, 2014
102014
Trace element signatures in larval soft tissues reveal transport, but not population connectivity
SH Miller, SG Morgan, JW White, PG Green
Marine Ecology Progress Series 481, 1-10, 2013
52013
Phenotypic plasticity in larval vertical migrations in estuarine and coastal populations
SH Miller, SG Morgan
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 449, 45-50, 2013
52013
Temporal variation in cannibalistic infanticide by the shore crab Hemigrapsus oregonensis: implications for reproductive success
SH Miller, SG Morgan
Marine Ecology 36 (3), 842-847, 2015
32015
Larval behavior and natural trace element signatures as indicators of crustacean population connectivity
SH Miller
University of California, Davis, 2011
12011
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND COPING ABILITY AMONG DISABLED TEENAGERS (ADOLESCENCE, DISFIGUREMENT, MODELING)
SH Miller
University of Michigan, 1986
11986
And on Top of All That…
DL Breitburg, J Salisbury, JM Bernhard, WJ Cai, S Dupont, SC Doney, ...
Oceanography 28 (2), 48, 0
1
Context-dependent effects of ocean acidification on the interaction between a crab predator and its oyster prey
FJ Hidalgo, SH Miller, K Borst, J Dozier, D Breitburg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 693, 39-54, 2022
2022
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