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Brice X. Semmens
Brice X. Semmens
Scipps Institution of Oceanorgraphy, UC San Diego
Verified email at ucsd.edu
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Incorporating uncertainty and prior information into stable isotope mixing models
JW Moore, BX Semmens
Ecology letters 11 (5), 470-480, 2008
11732008
Best practices for use of stable isotope mixing models in food-web studies
DL Phillips, R Inger, S Bearhop, AL Jackson, JW Moore, AC Parnell, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 92 (10), 823-835, 2014
9472014
Bayesian stable isotope mixing models
AC Parnell, DL Phillips, S Bearhop, BX Semmens, EJ Ward, JW Moore, ...
Environmetrics 24 (6), 387-399, 2013
7022013
MixSIAR GUI user manual. Version 3.1
BC Stock, BX Semmens
San Diego, USA 10, 2016
5472016
Analyzing mixing systems using a new generation of Bayesian tracer mixing models
BC Stock, AL Jackson, EJ Ward, AC Parnell, DL Phillips, BX Semmens
PeerJ 6, e5096, 2018
500*2018
A hotspot of non-native marine fishes: evidence for the aquarium trade as an invasion pathway
BX Semmens, ER Buhle, AK Salomon, CV Pattengill-Semmens
Marine Ecology Progress Series 266, 239-244, 2004
3442004
Quantifying inter-and intra-population niche variability using hierarchical Bayesian stable isotope mixing models
BX Semmens, EJ Ward, JW Moore, CT Darimont
PloS one 4 (7), e6187, 2009
2532009
Assessing the effects of large mobile predators on ecosystem connectivity
DJ McCauley, HS Young, RB Dunbar, JA Estes, BX Semmens, F Micheli
Ecological Applications 22 (6), 1711-1717, 2012
2252012
Unifying error structures in commonly used biotracer mixing models
BC Stock, BX Semmens
Ecology 97 (10), 2562-2569, 2016
2002016
Conservation and management applications of the reef volunteer fish monitoring program
CV Pattengill-Semmens, BX Semmens
Coastal monitoring through partnerships, 43-50, 2003
1972003
Quasi-extinction risk and population targets for the Eastern, migratory population of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus)
BX Semmens, DJ Semmens, WE Thogmartin, R Wiederholt, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
1642016
Using stable isotope analysis to understand the migration and trophic ecology of northeastern Pacific white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias)
AB Carlisle, SL Kim, BX Semmens, DJ Madigan, SJ Jorgensen, CR Perle, ...
PloS one 7 (2), e30492, 2012
1632012
Observations of a Nassau grouper, Epinephelus striatus, spawning aggregation site in Little Cayman, Cayman Islands, including multi-species spawning information
L Whaylen, CV Pattengill-Semmens, BX Semmens, PG Bush, ...
Environmental Biology of Fishes 70 (3), 305-313, 2004
1612004
Monarch butterfly population decline in North America: identifying the threatening processes
WE Thogmartin, R Wiederholt, K Oberhauser, RG Drum, JE Diffendorfer, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (9), 170760, 2017
1512017
Restoring monarch butterfly habitat in the Midwestern US:‘all hands on deck’
WE Thogmartin, L López-Hoffman, J Rohweder, J Diffendorfer, R Drum, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (7), 074005, 2017
1402017
Habitat structure determines resource use by zooplankton in temperate lakes
TB Francis, DE Schindler, GW Holtgrieve, ER Larson, MD Scheuerell, ...
Ecology letters 14 (4), 364-372, 2011
1262011
A trans‐national monarch butterfly population model and implications for regional conservation priorities
K Oberhauser, R Wiederholt, JE Diffendorfer, D Semmens, L Ries, ...
Ecological Entomology 42 (1), 51-60, 2017
1212017
Including source uncertainty and prior information in the analysis of stable isotope mixing models
EJ Ward, BX Semmens, DE Schindler
Environmental science & technology 44 (12), 4645-4650, 2010
1172010
A mixing model to incorporate uncertainty in sediment fingerprinting
K Nosrati, G Govers, BX Semmens, EJ Ward
Geoderma 217, 173-180, 2014
902014
Conservation and fisheries effects of spawning aggregation marine protected areas: what we know, where we should go, and what we need to get there
A Grüss, J Robinson, SS Heppell, SA Heppell, BX Semmens
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (7), 1515-1534, 2014
852014
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