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  • Detection and Quantification of an Ecologically Important Marine Pathogen, Paramoeba invadens 

    Buchwald, Robyn
    A pathogenic amoeba, Paramoeba invadens, causes re-current mass mortalities of sea urchins (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) in coastal Nova Scotia, with major ecological consequences for the structure of the rocky ...
  • Modelling phase shifts in a rocky subtidal ecosystem 

    Lauzon-Guay, Jean-Sebastien; Scheibling, Robert Eric; Barbeau, Myriam A. (Inter-Research, Nordbuente 23 Oldendorf/Luhe 21385 Germany, [mailto:ir@int-res.com], [URL:http://www.int-res.com/], 2008-03)
    The rocky subtidal ecosystem of the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia is characterised by 2 community states, kelp beds and urchin barrens that alternate on a decadal time scale. While the shift from barrens to a kelp bed ...
  • Population regulation of sea urchins in a rocky subtidal ecosystem 

    Feehan, Colette (2015-03-31)
    Herbivory by sea urchins is an important control of seaweed biomass worldwide. For my doctoral thesis, I investigate biological processes that govern the dynamics of a kelp bed ecosystem on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia: ...