Tessa Francis
Tessa Francis
Research Scientist, Puget Sound Institute, University of Washington Tacoma
Verified email at uw.edu
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Pacific salmon and the ecology of coastal ecosystems
DE Schindler, MD Scheuerell, JW Moore, SM Gende, TB Francis, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (1), 31-37, 2003
3522003
Transient phenomena in ecology
A Hastings, KC Abbott, K Cuddington, T Francis, G Gellner, YC Lai, ...
Science 361 (6406), 2018
1112018
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
992011
Degradation of littoral habitats by residential development: woody debris in lakes of the Pacific Northwest and Midwest, United States
TB Francis, DE Schindler
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 35 (6), 274-280, 2006
702006
Shoreline urbanization reduces terrestrial insect subsidies to fishes in North American lakes
TB Francis, DE Schindler
Oikos 118 (12), 1872-1882, 2009
642009
Effects of urbanization on the dynamics of organic sediments in temperate lakes
TB Francis, DE Schindler, JM Fox, E Seminet-Reneau
Ecosystems 10 (7), 1057-1068, 2007
492007
Incorporating science into the environmental policy process: a case study from Washington State
TB Francis, KA Whittaker, V Shandas, AV Mills, JK Graybill
Ecology and society 10 (1), 2005
492005
Exploring the implications of the harvest control rule for Pacific sardine, accounting for predator dynamics: A MICE model
AE Punt, AD MacCall, TE Essington, TB Francis, F Hurtado-Ferro, ...
Ecological Modelling 337, 79-95, 2016
452016
Climate shifts the interaction web of a marine plankton community
TB Francis, MD Scheuerell, RD Brodeur, PS Levin, JJ Ruzicka, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (8), 2498-2508, 2012
432012
Aquatic insects play a minor role in dispersing salmon-derived nutrients into riparian forests in southwestern Alaska
TB Francis, DE Schindler, JW Moore
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (11), 2543-2552, 2006
352006
Population diversity in Pacific herring of the Puget Sound, USA
MC Siple, TB Francis
Oecologia 180 (1), 111-125, 2016
312016
A mass-balance model for evaluating food web structure and community-scale indicators in the central basin of Puget Sound
CJ Harvey, KK Bartz, JR Davies, TB Francis, TP Good, AD Guerry, ...
302010
Thirty-two essential questions for understanding the social–ecological system of forage fish: the case of Pacific Herring
PS Levin, TB Francis, NG Taylor
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 2 (4), e01213, 2016
292016
Long transients in ecology: theory and applications
A Morozov, K Abbott, K Cuddington, T Francis, G Gellner, A Hastings, ...
Physics of life reviews 32, 1-40, 2020
282020
The perils and promise of futures analysis in marine ecosystem-based management
TB Francis, PS Levin, CJ Harvey
Marine Policy 35 (5), 675-681, 2011
282011
Forty years of seagrass population stability and resilience in an urbanizing estuary
AO Shelton, TB Francis, BE Feist, GD Williams, A Lindquist, PS Levin
Journal of Ecology 105 (2), 458-470, 2017
262017
Characterizing coastal foodwebs with qualitative links to bridge the gap between the theory and the practice of ecosystem-based management
MP Carey, PS Levin, H Townsend, TJ Minello, GR Sutton, TB Francis, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 71 (3), 713-724, 2014
262014
Shifting regimes and changing interactions in the Lake Washington, USA, plankton community from 1962–1994
TB Francis, EM Wolkovich, MD Scheuerell, SL Katz, EE Holmes, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e110363, 2014
242014
Habitat limitation and spatial variation in Pacific herring egg survival
AO Shelton, TB Francis, GD Williams, B Feist, K Stick, PS Levin
Marine Ecology Progress Series 514, 231-245, 2014
182014
Mysis in the Okanagan Lake food web: a time-series analysis of interaction strengths in an invaded plankton community
DE Schindler, JL Carter, TB Francis, PJ Lisi, PJ Askey, DC Sebastian
Aquatic Ecology 46 (2), 215-227, 2012
142012
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