Record Details

Detrital shadows: Evaluating landscape and species effects on detritus-based food web connectivity in Pacific Northwest estuaries

ResearchWorks at the University of Washington

Field Value
Title Detrital shadows: Evaluating landscape and species effects on detritus-based food web connectivity in Pacific Northwest estuaries
Creator Howe, Emily Russell
Subject connectivity; detritus; estuary; food web; landscape ecology; stable isotopes Ecology Fisheries and aquatic sciences fisheries
Description University of Washington Abstract Detrital shadows: evaluating landscape and species effects on detritus-based estuarine food web connectivity in Pacific Northwest estuaries Emily Russell Howe Chairperson of the Supervisory Committee: Charles A. Simenstad School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Estuaries are inherently open systems, linking together terrestrial, aquatic, and marine ecosystems. With fluid, permeable transitions (ecotones) marking the boundaries between these ecosystems,... Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Washington, 2012
Contributor Simenstad, Charles A
Date 2013-04-17T18:01:35Z 2013-04-17 2012
Type Thesis
Format application/pdf
Identifier Howe_washington_0250E_11254.pdf http://hdl.handle.net/1773/22569
Language en_US

© Western Waters Digital Library - GWLA member projects - Hosted and designed by the J. Willard Marriott Library