George L Hunt Jr
George L Hunt Jr
Research Professor University of Washington
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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
The adaptive significance of coloniality in birds
J Wittenberger, GL Hunt, Jr.
Avian Biology VIII, 1-78, 1985
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
Scale dependent processes in the physical and biological environment
GL Hunt Jr, DC Schneider
Seabirds: feeding ecology and roles in marine ecosystem. Cambridge …, 1987
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
Influence of food distribution and human disturbance on the reproductive success of Herring Gulls
GL Hunt Jr
Ecology 53 (6), 1051-1061, 1972
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
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
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
Female-Female Pairing in Western Gulls (Larus occidentalis) in Southern California
GL Hunt Jr, MW Hunt
Science 196 (4297), 1466-1467, 1977
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Feeding ecology of seabirds of the eastern Bering Sea
GL Hunt Jr
The eastern Bering Sea shelf: oceanography and resources, 1981
Foraging by murres (Uria spp.) at tidal fronts surrounding the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, USA
MB Decker, GL Hunt Jr
Marine Ecology Progress Series 139, 1-10, 1996
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
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