George L Hunt Jr
George L Hunt Jr
Research Professor University of Washington
Verified email at uci.edu
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Climate change and control of the southeastern Bering Sea pelagic ecosystem
GL Hunt Jr, P Stabeno, G Walters, E Sinclair, RD Brodeur, JM Napp, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 49 (26), 5821-5853, 2002
6712002
The adaptive significance of coloniality in birds
J Wittenberger, GL Hunt, Jr.
Avian Biology VIII, 1-78, 1985
6451985
Increases in jellyfish biomass in the Bering Sea: implications for the ecosystem
RD Brodeur, H Sugisaki, GL Hunt Jr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 233, 89-103, 2002
4232002
Scale dependent processes in the physical and biological environment
GL Hunt Jr, DC Schneider
Seabirds: feeding ecology and roles in marine ecosystem. Cambridge …, 1987
3791987
Climate impacts on eastern Bering Sea foodwebs: a synthesis of new data and an assessment of the Oscillating Control Hypothesis
GL Hunt Jr, KO Coyle, LB Eisner, EV Farley, RA Heintz, F Mueter, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 68 (6), 1230-1243, 2011
3612011
Influence of food distribution and human disturbance on the reproductive success of Herring Gulls
GL Hunt Jr
Ecology 53 (6), 1051-1061, 1972
2811972
Rise and fall of jellyfish in the eastern Bering Sea in relation to climate regime shifts
RD Brodeur, MB Decker, L Ciannelli, JE Purcell, NA Bond, PJ Stabeno, ...
Progress in Oceanography 77 (2-3), 103-111, 2008
2202008
Gull chick survival: the significance of growth rates, timing of breeding and territory size
GL Hunt Jr, MW Hunt
Ecology 57 (1), 62-75, 1976
2201976
S34. 3: Physical processes, prey abundance, and the foraging ecology of seabirds
GL Hunt, F Mehlum, RW Russell, D Irons, B Decker, PH Becker
Proc. 22nd International Ornithological Congress. Durban, 1999
2121999
Climate change and the control of energy flow in the southeastern Bering Sea
GL Hunt Jr, PJ Stabeno
Progress in Oceanography 55 (1-2), 5-22, 2002
2012002
Anomalous conditions in the south‐eastern Bering Sea 1997: linkages among climate, weather, ocean, and Biology
JM Napp, GL Hunt JR
Fisheries Oceanography 10 (1), 61-68, 2001
1952001
Comparative foraging ecology of planktivorous auklets in relation to ocean physics and prey availability
GL Hunt Jr, RW Russell, KO Coyle, T Weingartner
Marine Ecology Progress Series 167, 241-259, 1998
1931998
Reproductive performance of seabirds: the importance of population and colony size
GL Hunt Jr, ZA Eppley, DC Schneider
The Auk 103 (2), 306-317, 1986
1931986
Bottom‐up forcing and the decline of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) in Alaska: assessing the ocean climate hypothesis
AW Trites, AJ Miller, HDG Maschner, MA Alexander, SJ Bograd, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 16 (1), 46-67, 2007
1862007
Interplay between top-down, bottom-up, and wasp-waist control in marine ecosystems
GL Hunt Jr, S McKinnell
Progress in Oceanography 68 (2-4), 115-124, 2006
1832006
Foraging in a fractal environment: spatial patterns in a marine predator-prey system
RW Russell, GL Hunt, KO Coyle, RT Cooney
Landscape Ecology 7 (3), 195-209, 1992
1811992
Ecological significance of fronts in the southeastern Bering Sea
RL Iverson, LK Coachman, RT Cooney, TS English, JJ Goering, GL Hunt, ...
Ecological processes in coastal and marine systems, 437-466, 1979
1631979
Anomalous conditions in the south‐eastern Bering Sea, 1997: nutrients, phytoplankton and zooplankton
DA Stockwell, TE Whitledge, SI Zeeman, KO Coyle, JM Napp, RD Brodeur, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 10 (1), 99-116, 2001
1602001
Brood reduction in black-legged kittiwakes
BM Braun, GL Hunt Jr
The Auk 100 (2), 469-476, 1983
1591983
Resource allocation in breeding seabirds: responses to fluctuations in their food supply
AS Kitaysky, GL Hunt Jr, EN Flint, MA Rubega, MB Decker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 206, 283-296, 2000
1582000
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