Henry M Page
Henry M Page
Research Biologist, Marine Science Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara
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Processing of allochthonous macrophyte subsidies by sandy beach consumers: estimates of feeding rates and impacts on food resources
M Lastra, HM Page, JE Dugan, DM Hubbard, IF Rodil
Marine biology 154, 163-174, 2008
Marine macrophyte wrack inputs and dissolved nutrients in beach sands
JE Dugan, DM Hubbard, HM Page, JP Schimel
Estuaries and Coasts 34, 839-850, 2011
Penaeid shrimp landings in the upper Gulf of California in relation to Colorado River freshwater discharge
MS Galindo-Bect, EP Glenn, HM Page, K Fitzsimmons, LA Galindo-Bect, ...
Fishery Bulletin 98 (1), 222-225, 2000
Importance of vascular plant and algal production to macro-invertebrate consumers in a southern California salt marsh
HM Page
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 45 (6), 823-834, 1997
Exotic invertebrate species on offshore oil platforms
HM Page, JE Dugan, CS Culver, JC Hoesterey
Marine Ecology Progress Series 325, 101-107, 2006
Kelp as a trophic resource for marine suspension feeders: a review of isotope-based evidence
RJ Miller, HM Page
Marine Biology 159, 1391-1402, 2012
Diet of intertidal bivalves in the Ria de Arosa (NW Spain): evidence from stable C and N isotope analysis
HM Page, M Lastra
Marine Biology 143, 519-532, 2003
Role of filter-feeding in the nutritional biology of a deep-sea mussel with methanotrophic symbionts
HM Page, CR Fisher, JJ Childress
Marine Biology 104, 251-257, 1990
Influence of watershed runoff on nutrient dynamics in a southern California salt marsh
HM Page, RL Petty, DE Meade
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 41 (2), 163-180, 1995
Spatial and temporal variability in early successional patterns of an invertebrate assemblage at an offshore oil platform
JB Bram, HM Page, JE Dugan
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 317 (2), 223-237, 2005
Assessing the importance of land and marine sources of organic matter to kelp forest food webs
HM Page, DC Reed, MA Brzezinski, JM Melack, JE Dugan
Marine Ecology Progress Series 360, 47-62, 2008
Effects of an offshore oil platform on the distribution and abundance of commercially simportant crab species
HM Page, JE Dugan, DS Dugan, JB Richards, DM Hubbard
Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 47-57, 1999
Variation in the natural abundance of 15N in the halophyte, Salicornia virginica, associated with groundwater subsidies of nitrogen in a southern California salt …
HM Page
Oecologia 104, 181-188, 1995
Physicochemical and biological responses of streams to wildfire severity in riparian zones
SD Cooper, HM Page, SW Wiseman, K Klose, D Bennett, T Even, S Sadro, ...
Freshwater Biology 60 (12), 2600-2619, 2015
Trophic links and condition of a temperate reef fish: comparisons among offshore oil platform and natural reef habitats
HM Page, JE Dugan, DM Schroeder, MM Nishimoto, MS Love, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 344, 245-256, 2007
Top predators rely on carbon derived from giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera
C Koenigs, RJ Miller, HM Page
Marine Ecology Progress Series 537, 1-8, 2015
Role of food subsidies and habitat structure in influencing benthic communities of shell mounds at sites of existing and former offshore oil platforms
RE Bomkamp, HM Page, JE Dugan
Marine Biology 146, 201-211, 2004
Stable isotopes reveal trophic relationships and diet of consumers in temperate kelp forest and coral reef ecosystems
HM Page, AJ Brooks, M Kulbicki, R Galzin, RJ Miller, DC Reed, ...
Oceanography 26 (3), 180-189, 2013
Trophic versus structural effects of a marine foundation species, giant kelp (Macrocystis pyrifera)
RJ Miller, HM Page, DC Reed
Oecologia 179, 1199-1209, 2015
δ13C and δ15N of particulate organic matter in the Santa Barbara Channel: drivers and implications for trophic inference
RJ Miller, HM Page, MA Brzezinski
Marine Ecology Progress Series 474, 53-66, 2013
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