Peer Reviewed Publications 

8. Whalen, M.A., R.D.B. Whippo… (64 co-authors) …, S.L. Ziegler and J.E. Duffy. In Press. Climate drives the geography of marine consumption by changing predator communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.


7. Ziegler, S. L., M. D. Miller*, C. S. Smith, and F.J. Fodrie. 2020. Abiotic cycles mediate the strength of cross-boundary consumption within coastal food webs. Estuaries and Coasts. doi:10.1007/s12237-020-00829-7


6. Gilby B. L., M. P. Weinstein, R. Baker, J. Cebrian, S. B. Alford, A. Chelsky, D. D. Colombano, R. M. Connolly, C. A. Currin, I. C. Feller, A. Frank, J. A. Goeke, L. A. Goodridge Gaines, F. E. Hardcastle, C. J. Henderson, C. W. Martin, A. E. McDonald, B.H. Morrison, A.D. Olds, J. S. Rehage, N. J. Waltham, and S. L. Ziegler. 2020. Human actions alter tidal marsh seascapes and the provision of ecosystems services. Estuaries and Coasts. doi:10.1007/s12237-020-00830-0


5. Ziegler, S. L., K. W. Able, and F. J. Fodrie. 2019. Dietary shifts across biogeographic scales alter spatial subsidy dynamics. Ecosphere. 10 (12): e02980. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2980


4. Ziegler, S. L., J. H. Grabowski, C. J. Ballie, and F. J. Fodrie. 2018. Effects of landscape setting on oyster reef structure and function largely persist more than a decade post-restoration. Restoration Ecology. 26 (5): 933-942. doi:10.1111/rec.12651


3. McCann, M. J., K. W. Able, R. R. Christian, F. J. Fodrie, O. P. Jensen, J. J. Johnson, P. C. López-Duarte, C. W. Martin, J. A. Olin, M. J. Polito, B. J. Roberts, and S. L. Ziegler. 2017. Key taxa in food web responses to stressors: The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 15(3): 242-149. doi:10.1002/fee.1474


2. Duffy J. E., S. L. Ziegler, J. Campbell, P. Bippus,* and J. S. Lefcheck. 2015. Squidpops: A simple tool to crowdsource a global map of marine predation intensity. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0142994. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0142994


1. Allen J. D., A. F. Armstrong and S. L. Ziegler. 2015. Environmental induction of polyembryony in echinoid Echinoderms. Biological Bulletin 229: 221–231. doi:10.1086/bblv229n3p221

Publications in Review or Revision

1. Ziegler, S. L., R. Baker, S. C. Crosby, M. A. Barbeau, J. Cebrian, D. D. Colombano, R. M. Connolly, L.A. Deegan, B. L. Gilby, D. Mallick, C. W. Martin, J. A. Nelson, J. F. Reinhardt, C.A. Simenstad, N. J. Waltham, T. A. Worthington, and L. P. Rozas. (In Revision). Geographic variation in salt marsh structure and function for nekton: finding commonality across multiple scales. Estuaries and Coasts.


2. Hovel, K., J. E. Duffy, J. J. Stachowicz, P. Reynolds, C. Bostrom, K. Boyer, M. Cusson, F. J. Fodrie, K. Gagnon, C. Hereu, M. Hori, P. Jorgensen, C. Kruschel, K. Lee, M. Nakaoka, N, O’Connor, F. Rossi, J. Ruesink, F. Tomas Nash and S. L. Ziegler. (In Revision). Joint effects of patch edges and habitat degradation on faunal predation risk in a widespread marine foundation species. Ecology.

3. Waltham N. J., C. Alcott, M. A. Barbeau, J. Cebrian, R. M. Connolly, L. A. Deegan, K. Dodds, L. A. Goodridge Gaines, B. L. Gilby, C. J. Henderson, C. M. McLuckie, T. J. Minello, G. S. Norris, J. Ollerhead, J. Pahl , J. F. Reinhardt, R. J. Rezek, C. A. Simenstad, J. A. M. Smith, E. L. Sparks , L. W. Staver , S. L. Ziegler and M. P. Weinstein. (In Review). Tidal marsh restoration optimism in a changing climate and urbanizing seascape. Estuaries and Coasts.

4. Colombano, D.D., S. Y. Litvin, S. B. Alford, R. Baker, M. A. Barbeau, J. Cebrián, R. M. Connolly, C. A. Currin, L. A. Deegan, J. S. Lesser, C. W. Martin, A. E. McDonald, C. McLuckie, B. H. Morrison, J. W. Pahl, L. M. Risse, J. A. M. Smith, L. W. Staver, R. E. Turner, N.J. Waltham, and S. L. Ziegler. (In Review). Climate change implications for tidal marsh food webs and nekton support. Estuaries and Coasts.



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