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Publications - Litvin

  1. Jennifer k. O’leary, Fiorenza Micheli, Laura Airoldi, Charles Boch, Giulio De Leo, Robin Elahi, Francesco Ferretti, Nicholas A. J. Graham, Steven Y. Litvin, Natalie H. Low, Sarah Lummis, Kerry J. Nickols, and Joanne Wong, The Resilience of Marine Ecosystems to Climatic Disturbances, BioScience, March 2017, online
  2. Field, J.C., S.Y. Litvin, A.B. Carlisle, J.S. Stewart, W.F. Gilly, and R.I. Ruiz-Cooley. In press. Stable isotope analysis of Humboldt squid prey: Comment on Miller et al. Marine Ecology Progress Series
  3. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and J.M. Krebs. In press. Restoration ecology: Ecological fidelity, restoration metrics, and a systems perspective. Ecological Engineering. PDF

    Micheli, F., P.J. Mumby, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, C.P. Dahlgren, A.R. Harborne, K.E. Holmes, C.V. Kappel, S.Y. Litvin, and J.N. Sanchirico. In press.  High vulnerability of diversity and function in Caribbean coral reef seascapes. Biological Conservation
  4. Gilly, W.F., M. Beman, S.Y. Litvin, and B. Robison. 2013. Oceanographic and biological effects of shoaling of the Oxygen Minimum Zone. Annual Review of Marine Science 5: 393-420. PDF
  5. Madigan D.J., S.Y. Litvin, B.N. Popp, A.B. Carlisle, C.J. Farwell, and B.A. Block. 2012. Tissue Turnover Rates and Isotopic Trophic Discrimination Factors in the Endothermic Teleost, Pacific Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus orientalis). PLoS ONE 7(11): e49220. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049220 PDF

    Madigan, D.J., A.B. Carlisle, H. Dewar, O.E. Snodgrass, S.Y. Litvin, F. Micheli, and B.A. Block. 2012. Stable isotope analysis challenges wasp-waist food web assumptions in an upwelling pelagic ecosystem. Nature Scientific Reports 2: 654. PDF
  6. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and M.G. Frisk. 2012. Reversing Two Centuries of Wetland Degradation: Can Science Better Inform Policy & Practice? Pp. 353 - 382 In M.P. Weinstein and R.E. Turner (eds.), Sustainability Science: The Emerging Paradigm and the Urban Environment. Springer PDF
  7. Litvin, S.Y., V.G. Guida, and M.P. Weinstein. 2011. Lipid class dynamics and storage depots in juvenile weakfish Cynoscion regalis and their application to condition assessment.  Journal of Fish Biology 78:5 1294-1310. PDF
  8. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2010. Stable isotope and biochemical composition of white perch in a Phragmites dominated salt marsh and adjacent waters. Wetlands 30: 1181-1191. PDF
  9. Kellner, J., S.Y. Litvin, A. Hastings, P.J. Mumby, and F. Micheli. 2010. Disentangling trophic interactions inside a Caribbean marine reserve. Ecological Applications 20:1979–1992. PDF
  10. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2009. Tier III essential fish habitat and restoration success criteria: biochemical condition of the common mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus in common reed, Phragmites australis versus smooth cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora dominated salt marshes.

    Estuaries and Coasts 32(5): 1011-1022. PDF
  11. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, V.G. Guida, and R. C. Chambers. 2009. Is global climate change influencing the overwintering distribution of weakfish (Cynoscion regalis, Bloch & Schneider, 1801)? Journal of Fish Biology 75(3): 693-698. PDF
  12. Mumby, P.J., F. Micheli, C.P. Dahlgren, S.Y. Litvin, A.B. Gill, D.R. Brumbaugh, K. Broad, J.N. Sanchirico, C.V. Kappel, A.R. Harborne, and K.E. Holmes. 2006. Marine parks need sharks? Response to letter. Science 312: 527-528. PDF
  13. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, and V.G. Guida. 2005. Considerations of habitat linkages, estuary landscapes, and trophic spectrum in wetland restoration design. Journal of Coastal Research SI 40: 51- 63. PDF
  14. Litvin, S.Y. and M.P. Weinstein. 2004. Multivariate analysis of stable isotope ratios to infer movements and utilization of estuarine organic matter by juvenile weakfish (Cynoscion regalis). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61(10): 1851-1861. PDF
  15. Litvin, S.Y. and M.P. Weinstein. 2003. Life history strategies of estuarine nekton: the role of marsh macrophytes, benthic microalgae, and phytoplankton in the trophic spectrum. Estuaries 26(2B): 552 - 563. PDF
  16. Weinstein, M.P., S.Y. Litvin, K.I. Bosley, C.M. Fuller, and S.C. Wainright. 2000. The role of tidal salt marsh as an energy source for juvenile marine transient finfishes: a stable isotope approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129: 797-810. PDF