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    Bates A.E., B. Helmuth, M.T. Burrows, M.I. Duncan, J. Garrabou, T. Guy-Haim, F. Lima, A.M. Queiros, R. Seabra, R. Marsh, J. Belmaker, N. Bensoussan, Y. Dong, A.D. Mazaris, D. Smale, M. Wahl and G. Rilov. 2018. Biologists ignore ocean weather at their peril. Nature 560(7718):299.

    Connell S.D., Z.A. Doubleday, N.R. Foster, S.B. Hamlyn, C.D.G. Harley, B. Helmuth, B.P. Kelaher, I. Nagelkerken, K.L. Rodgers, G. Sarà and B.D. Russell. 2018. The duality of ocean acidification as a resource and a stressor. Ecology 99(5):1005-1010.

    Judge R., F. Choi and B. Helmuth. 2018 Recent Advances in Data Logging for Intertidal Ecology. Front. Ecol. Evol. 6:213.

    Zhou X., X. Ji, B. Wang, Y. Cheng, Z. Ma, F. Choi, B. Helmuth and W. Xu. 2018. Pido: Predictive Delay Optimization for Intertidal Wireless Sensor Networks. Sensors 18(5):1464.


    Colvard N. and B. Helmuth. 2017. Nutrients influence the thermal ecophysiology of an intertidal macroalga: multiple stressors or multiple drivers? Ecological Applications 27(2): 669-681.

    Connell S.D., Z.A. Doubleday, S.B. Hamlyn, N.R. Foster, C.D.G. Harley, B. Helmuth, B.P. Kelaher, I. Nagelkerken, G. Sarà and B.D. Russell. 2017. How ocean acidification can benefit calcifiers. Current Biology 27(3): R95-R96.

    Dong Y., X. Li, F. Choi, G.A. Williams, G.N. Somero and B. Helmuth. 2017. Untangling the roles of microclimate, behaviour and physiological polymorphism in governing vulnerability of intertidal snails to heat stress. Proc. R. Soc. B 284(1854): 20162367.

    Harley C.D.G., S.D. Connell, Z.A. Doubleday, B. Kelaher, B.D. Russell, G. Sarà and B. Helmuth. 2017. Conceptualizing ecosystem tipping points within a physiological framework. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3164.


    Helmuth B., T.C. Gouhier, S. Scyphers and J. Mocarski. 2016. Trust, tribalism and tweets: has political polarization made science a "wedge issue"? Climate Change Responses 3(1): 3.

    Helmuth B., F. Choi, A. Matzelle, J.L. Torossian,... 2016. Long-term, high frequency in situ measurements of intertidal mussel bed temperatures using biomimetic sensors. Scientific data 3: 160087.

    Kish N.E., B. Helmuth and D.S. Wethey. 2016. Physiologically grounded metrics of model skill: a case study estimating heat stress in intertidal populations. Conservation physiology DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cow038.

    Kroeker K.J., E. Sanford, J.M. Rose, C.A. Blanchette, F. Chan, F.P. Chavez, B. Gaylord, B. Helmuth, T.M. Hill, G.E. Hofmann, M.A. McManus, B.A. Menge, K.J. Nielsen, P.T. Raimondi, A.D. Russell and L. Washburn. 2016. Interacting environmental mosaics drive geographic variation in mussel performance and predation vulnerability. Ecology letters DOI: 10.1111/ele.12613.

    Monaco C.J., D.S. Wethey and B. Helmuth. 2016. Thermal sensitivity and the role of behavior in driving an intertidal predator–prey interaction. Ecological Monographs 86(4): 429-447.

    Montalto V., B. Helmuth, P.M. Ruti, A. Dell’Aquila, A. Rinaldi1 and G. Sarà. 2016. A mechanistic approach reveals non lineareffects of climate warming on mussels throughout the Mediterranean sea. Climate Change DOI: 10.1007/s10584-016-1780-4.

    Sinclair B.J, K.E. Marshall, M.A. Sewell, D.L. Levesque, C.S. Willett, S. Slotsbo, Y. Dong, C.D.G. Harley, D.J Marshall, B.S. Helmuth and R.B. Huey. 2016. Can we predict ectotherm responses to climate change using thermal performance curves and body temperatures? Ecology letters 19(11): 1372-1385.

    Torossian J., R.L. Kordas, and B. Helmuth. 2016. Cross-Scale Approaches to Forecasting Biogeographic Responses to Climate Change. Advances in Ecological Research 55: 371-433.

    Williams G.A., B. Helmuth, B.D. Russell, Y. Dong, V. Thiyagarajan and L. Seuront. 2016. Meeting the climate change challenge: Pressing issues in southern China and SE Asian coastal ecosystems. Regional Studies in Marine Science DOI: 10.1016/j.rsma.2016.07.002.



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    Helmuth, B. 2007. Intertidal life as experienced through a powerful lens (Review of M. Koehl, “Wave-swept shore: The rigors of life on a rocky coast.”) Ecol. 88(1): 264-265.

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    Helmuth B.S.T., E.F. Stockwell and D.R. Brumbaugh. 1997. Morphological and environmental determinants of mass flux to corals. Proc. 8th Int. Coral Reef Symp., Panama 2: 1103-1108.

    Sebens K.P., J. Witting and B. Helmuth. 1997. Effects of water flow and branch spacing on particle capture by the reef coral Madracis mirabilis (Duchassaing and Michelotti). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 211: 1-28.

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    Helmuth B., R.R. Veit and R. Holberton. 1994. Dispersal of benthic invertebrates in the Scotia Arc by kelp rafting. Antarctic J. U.S. 29: 145-147.

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