Peer-reviewed Publications

       53. Erin B. Wilkinson, Jonathan H. Grabowski, Graham D. Sherwood, Philip O.            Yund. 2015. Influence of predator identity on the strength of predator avoidance              responses in lobsters. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.                    465:107-112.

       52. F. Joel Fodrie, Lauren A. Yeager, Jonathan H. Grabowski, Craig A. Layman,          Graham D. Sherwood, Matthew D. Kenworthy. 2015. Measuring individuality in              habitat use across complex landscapes: approaches, constraints, and implications          for assessing resource specialization. Oecologia. 178(1): 75-87.

       51. Ashley R. Smyth, Michael F. Piehler and Jonathan H. Grabowski.                            2015. Habitat context influences nitrogen removal by restored oyster reefs. Journal        of Applied Ecology.

      50. James E. Byers, Jonathan H. Grabowski, Michael F. Piehler, A. Randall                 Hughes, Heidi W. Weiskel, Jennafer C. Malek and David L. Kimbro.                                 2015. Geographic variation in intertidal oyster reef properties and the influence of           tidal prism. Limnology and Oceanography.

      49. K. L. Heck Jr., F. J. Fodrie, S. Madsen, C. J. Baillie, D. A. Byron.                               2015. Seagrass consumption by native and a tropically associated fish species:             potential impacts of the tropicalization of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Mar. Ecol.             Prog. Ser. 520: 165-173

       48. F. Joel Fodrie, Antonio B. Rodriguez, Christopher J. Baillie, Michelle C.                  Brodeur, Sara E. Coleman, Rachel K. Gittman, Danielle A. Keller, Matthew D.                Kenworthy, Abigail K. Poray, Justin T. Ridge, Ethan J. Theuerkauf and Niels. L.              Lindquist. 2014. Classic paradigms in a novel environment: inserting food web and        productivity lessons from rocky shores and saltmarshes into biogenic reef                        restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 1314-1325.

       47. Christopher J. Baillie, John M. Fear, F. Joel Fodrie. 2014. Ecotone Effects on       Seagrass and Saltmarsh Habitat Use by Juvenile Nekton in a Temperate Estuary.           Estuaries and Coasts.

       46. David L. Kimbro, James E. Byers, Jonathan H. Grabowski, A. Randall                    Hughes, and Michael F. Piehler. 2014. The biogeography of trophic cascades on            US oyster reefs. Ecology Letters. 17(7): 845-854.

       45.  Keith D. Johnson, Jonathan H. Grabowski , Delbert L. Smee.                                  2014. Omnivory dampens trophic cascades in estuarine communities. Mar. Ecol.            Prog. Ser. Vol. 507: 197–206, 2014.

      44. Antonio B. Rodriguez, F. Joel Fodrie, Justin T. Ridge, Niels L. Lindquist, Ethan         J. Theuerkauf, Sara E. Coleman, Jonathan H. Grabowski, Michelle C. Brodeur,             Rachel K. Gittman, Danielle A. Keller & Matthew D. Kenworthy. 2014. Oyster reefs       can outpace sea-level rise. Nature Climate Change. 4: 493-497.

      43. Jonathan H. Grabowskia*, Michelle Bachmanb, Chad Demarestc, Steve Eayrsd,       Bradley P. Harrise, Vincent Malkoskif, David Packerg & David Stevenson. 2014.               Assessing the vulnerability of marine benthos to fishing gear impacts. Review in             Fisheries Science and Aquaculture. 22 (2): 142-155.

42. McMahan, M. D., D. C. Brady, D. R. Cowan, J. H. Grabowski, and G. D.         Sherwood. 2013. Using acoustic telemetry to observe the effects of a groundfish predator (Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua) on movement of the American lobster (Homarus americanus). Can. J. Aquat. Sci. 70: 1625-1634. McMahan et al_2013

41. Orrock, J. L., E. L. Preisser, J. H. Grabowski, and G. C. Trussell. 2013. The cost of safety: refuges increase the impact of predation risk in aquatic systems. Ecology 94:573-579. PDF

40. Grabowski, J. H., and T. Hart. 2012. Seafloor mapping for ecosystem management in the Gulf of Maine. InAdvancing an Ecosystem Approach in the Gulf of Maine. Eds: R. Stephenson, J. Annala, and M. Hall-Arber. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland, pp. 273-280. PDF

39. Grabowski, J. H., R. D. Brumbaugh, R. Conrad, A. G. Keeler, J. Opaluch, C. H. Peterson, M. F. Piehler, S. P. Powers, and A. R. Smyth. 2012. Economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by oyster reefs. BioScience632:900-909. PDF

38. Zu Ermgassen, P. S. E., M. D. Spalding, B. Blake, L. D. Coen, B. Dumbauld, S. Geiger, J. H. Grabowski, R. Grizzle, M. W. Luckenbach, K. McGraw, W. Rodney, J. Ruesink, S. P. Powers, and R. D. Brumbaugh. 2012. Historical ecology with real numbers: Past and present extent and biomass of an imperilled estuarine habitat. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: 279, 3393-3400. PDF

37. McMahan, M., D. Cowan, G. D. Sherwood, J. H. Grabowski, and Y. Chen. 2012. Evaluation of coded microwire tag retention in juvenile American lobster, Homarus americanus. Journal of Crustacean of Biology 32:497-502. PDF

36. Whitlow, W. L., and J. H. Grabowski. 2012. Examining how landscapes influence benthic community assemblages in seagrass and mudflat habitats in southern Maine. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 411:1-6. PDF

35. McGonigle, C., J. H. Grabowski, C. J. Brown, T. Weber, and R. Quinn. 2011. Detection of deep water benthic macroalgae using image-based classification techniques on multibeam backscatter at Cashes Ledge, Gulf of Maine, USA. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 91: 87-101. PDF

34. Orrock, J. L., L. M. Dill, A. Sih, J. H. Grabowski, S. D. Peacor, B. L. Peckarsky, E. L. Preisser, J. R. Vonesh, and E. E. Werner. 2010. Predator effects in predator-free space: the remote effects of predators on prey. Open Ecology 3:22-30. PDF

34. Chang, J.-H., Y. Chen, D. Holland, and J. H. Grabowski. 2010. Estimating season-, size-, and sex-specific spatial distribution of American lobster (Homarus americanus) using key habitat variables. Marine Ecology Progress Series 420:145-156. PDF

33. Runge, J. A., A. Kovach, J. Churchill, L. Kerr, J. R. Morrison, R. Beardsley, D. Berlinsky, C. Chen, S. Cadrin, C. Davis, K. Ford, J. H. Grabowski, W. H. Howell, R. Ji, R. Jones, A. Pershing, N. Record, A. Thomas, G. Sherwood, S. Tallack, and D. Townsend.  2010. Understanding climate impacts on recruitment and spatial dynamics of Atlantic cod in the Gulf of Maine: Integration of observations and modeling. Progress in Oceanography 87:251-263.

32. Sherwood, G. D., and J. H. Grabowski. 2010. Exploring the life-history implications of colour variation in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).  ICES Journal of Marine Science 67:1640-1649. PDF

31. Grabowski, J. H., E. J. Clesceri, J. Gaudette, A. Baukus, M. Weber, and P. O. Yund. 2010. Use of herring bait to farm lobsters in the Gulf of Maine. PLoS One 5(4): e10188. PDF

30. Powers, S. P., C. H. Peterson, J. H. Grabowski, and H. S. Lenihan. 2009. Evaluating the success of constructed oyster reefs in no-harvest sanctuaries: implications for restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 389: 159–170. PDF

29. Priesser, E. L., D. I. Bolnick, and J. H. Grabowski. 2009. Resource dynamics influence the strength of non-consumptive predator effects on prey. Ecology Letters 12:315–323. PDF

28. McGonigle, C., C. Brown, R. Quinn, and J. H. Grabowski. 2009. Evaluation of image-based multibeam sonar backscatter classification for benthic habitat discrimination and mapping at Stanton Banks, UK. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science 81:423–437. PDF

27. Grabowski, J. H., E. J. Clesceri, J. Gaudette, and P.O. Yund. 2009. The role of food limitation in lobster population dynamics throughout the Gulf of Maine. New Zealand Journal of Marine Science and Freshwater Research 43:185–193. PDF

26. Grabowski, J. H., A. R. Hughes, and D. L. Kimbro. 2008. Habitat complexity influences cascading effects of multiple predators. Ecology 89:3413-3422. PDF

25. Smith, M. D., J. H. Grabowski, and P. O Yund. 2008. The role of closed areas in supporting monkfish populations in the Gulf of Maine. ICES Journal of Marine Science 65:1326-1333. PDF

24. Peckarsky, B. L, P. A. Abrams, D. Bolnick, L. M. Dill, J. H. Grabowski, B. Luttbeg, J. L. Orrock, S. D. Peacor, E. L. Preisser, O. J. Schmitz, and G. C. Trussell. 2008. Revisiting the classics: Considering nonconsumptive effects in textbook examples of predator-prey interactions. Ecology 89:2416-2425. PDF

23. Schmitz, O., J. H. Grabowski, B. L. Peckarsky, E. L. Preisser, G. C. Trussell, J. Vonesh. 2008. From individuals to ecosystem function: Toward an integration of evolutionary and ecosystem ecology.  Ecology 89: 2436-2445. PDF

22. Orrock, J. L., J. H. Grabowski, J. H. Pantel, S. D. Peacor, B. L. Peckarsky, A. Sih, and E. E. Werner. 2008. Consumptive and nonconsumptive effects of predators on metacommunities of competing prey. Ecology 89: 2426-2435. PDF

21. O’Conner, N. E., J. H. Grabowski, L. M. Ladwig, and J. F. Bruno. 2008. Simulated predator extinctions: species identity affects the survival and settlement of a foundation species. Ecology 89:428-438. PDF

20. Grabowski, J. H., and C. H. Peterson. 2007. Restoring oyster reefs to recover ecosystem services. In Ecosystem Engineers, Plants to Protists. Eds: K. Cuddington, J. E. Byers, W. G. Wilson, and A. Hastings. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, MA, pp. 281-298. PDF

19. Grabowski, J. H., C. H. Peterson, M. J. Bishop, and R. Conrad. 2007. The bioeconomic feasibility of culturing triploid Crassostrea ariakensis in North Carolina. Journal of Shellfish Research 26:529-542. PDF

18. Hughes, A. R., and J. H. Grabowski. 2006. Context dependency of multiple predator interactions: habitat complexity dictates the strength of MPEs. Oecologia 149: 256-264. PDF

17. Bishop, M. J., C. H. Peterson, H. C. Summerson, H. S. Lenihan, and J. H. Grabowski. 2006. Deposition and long-shore transport of dredge spoils to nourish beaches: impacts on benthic infauna of an ebb-tidal delta. Journal of Coastal Research 22:530-546. PDF

16. Powers, S. P., M. A. Bishop, J. H. Grabowski, and C. H. Peterson. 2006. Distribution and growth of the invasive bivalve Mya arenaria L. in intertidal areas of the Copper River Delta and Southeastern Prince William Sound, Alaska.  Journal of Sea Research 55:207-216. PDF

15. Grabowski, J. H., A. R. Hughes, D. L. Kimbro, and M. A. Dolan. 2005. How habitat setting influences restored oyster reef communities. Ecology 86:1926-1935. PDF

14. Grabowski, J. H., and D. L. Kimbro. 2005. Predator-avoidance behavior extends trophic cascades to refuge habitats. Ecology 86:1312-1319. PDF

13. Grabowski, J. H., C. H. Peterson, S. P. Powers, D. Gaskill, and H. C. Summerson. 2004. Growth and survivorship of non-native (Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea ariakensis) versus native eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica). Journal of Shellfish Research 23:781-793. PDF

12. Grabowski, J. H., and S. P. Powers. 2004. Habitat complexity mitigates trophic transfer on oyster reefs.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 277:291-295. PDF

11. Grabowski, J. H. 2004. Habitat complexity disrupts predator-prey interactions yet preserves the trophic cascade in oyster-reef communities.  Ecology 85:995-1004.PDF

10. Grabowski, J. H., S. P. Powers, and M. Hooper. 2003. Identification and incorporation of growth and survival bottlenecks in economic models of northern quahog (hard clam), Mercenaria mercenaria mariculture.  Journal of Shellfish Research 22:697-703.

9. Powers, S. P., J. H. Grabowski, C. H. Peterson, and W. J. Lindberg. 2003. Estimating enhancement of fish production by artificial reefs: uncertainty exhibited by divergent scenarios.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 264:265-277. PDF

8. Peterson, C. H., J. H. Grabowski, and S. P. Powers. 2003. Estimated enhancement of fish production resulting from restoring oyster reef habitat: quantitative valuation.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 264:249-264. PDF

7. Lenihan, H. S., C. H. Peterson, S. L. Kim, K. E. Conlan, R. Fairey, C. McDonald, J. H. Grabowski, and J. S. Oliver. 2003. Variation in marine benthic community composition allows discrimination of multiple stressors.  Marine Ecology progress Series 261:63-73. PDF

6. Grabowski, J. H., S. P. Powers, C. H. Peterson, M. J. Dozier, and D. Green. 2003. Consumer ratings of non-native (Crassostrea gigas and Crassostrea ariakensis) vs. native (Crassostrea virginica) oysters. Journal of Shellfish Research 22:21-30.

5. Grabowski, J. H. 2002. The influence of trophic interactions, habitat complexity, and landscape setting on community dynamics and restoration of oyster reefs. PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ecology curriculum, 169 pp.

4. Powers, S. P., M. A. Bishop, J. H. Grabowski, and C. H. Peterson. 2002. Intertidal benthic resources of the Copper River Delta, Alaska, USA.  Journal of Sea Research 47: 13-23. PDF

3. Lenihan, H. S., C. H. Peterson, J. E. Byers, J. H. Grabowski, and G. W. Thayer. 2001. Cascading of habitat degradation: oyster reefs invaded by refugee fishes escaping stress. Ecological Applications 11: 764-782. PDF

2. Peterson, C. H., H. C. Summerson, E. Thomson, H. S. Lenihan, J. H. Grabowski, L. Manning, F. Micheli, and G. Johnson. 2000. Synthesis of linkages between benthic community ecology and fish uses as a key to protecting essential fish habitat. Bulletin of Marine Science 66: 759-774.

1. Grabowski, J. H., S. P. Powers, and M. Hooper. 2000. Balancing Tradeoffs between predator protection and associated growth penalties in aquaculture of northern quahogs, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758): A comparison of two common growout methods. Journal of Shellfish Research 19: 957-962.

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