Mo Stacey Turner

Mo Stacey Turner
University of Washington Seattle | UW · Department of Biology

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Multi-trophic conservation and management strategies may be necessary if reciprocal linkages between primary producers and their consumers are strong. While herbivory on aquatic plants is well-studied, direct top-down control of seagrass populations has received comparatively little attention, particularly in temperate regions. Herein, we used qual...
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Sea star wasting disease devastated intertidal sea star populations from Mexico to Alaska between 2013–15, but little detail is known about its impacts to subtidal species. We assessed the impacts of sea star wasting disease in the Salish Sea, a Canadian / United States transboundary marine ecosystem, and world-wide hotspot for temperate asteroid s...
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Code for the multilevel Poisson regression. (DOCX)
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Species and basin specific ARIMA models and their estimated parameter values. (DOCX)
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Over 20 species of asteroids were devastated by a sea star wasting disease (SSWD) epizootic, linked to a densovirus, from Mexico to Alaska in 2013 and 2014. For Pisaster ochraceus from the San Juan Islands, South Puget Sound andWashington outer coast, time-series monitoring showed rapid disease spread, high mortality rates in 2014, and continuing l...

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