Carrie J Byron
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Coastal lagoons and climate change: ecological and social ramifications in US Atlantic and Gulf coast ecosystems
A Anthony, J Atwood, P August, C Byron, S Cobb, C Foster, C Fry, A Gold, ...
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
Calculating ecological carrying capacity of shellfish aquaculture using mass-balance modeling: Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island
C Byron, J Link, B Costa-Pierce, D Bengtson
Ecological Modelling 222 (10), 1743-1755, 2011
Integrating science into management: ecological carrying capacity of bivalve shellfish aquaculture
C Byron, D Bengtson, B Costa-Pierce, J Calanni
Marine Policy 35 (3), 363-370, 2011
Modeling ecological carrying capacity of shellfish aquaculture in highly flushed temperate lagoons
C Byron, J Link, B Costa-Pierce, D Bengtson
Aquaculture 314 (1-4), 87-99, 2011
Carrying capacity tools for use in the implementation of an ecosystems approach to aquaculture
CJ Byron, BA Costa-Pierce
Site selection and carrying capacities for inland and coastal aquaculture …, 2013
Evaluating trophic cascades as drivers of regime shifts in different ocean ecosystems
AJ Pershing, KE Mills, NR Record, K Stamieszkin, KV Wurtzell, CJ Byron, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 370 …, 2015
Rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) movement within and between habitats in Trout Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin
CJ Byron, KA Wilson
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20 (4), 606-614, 2001
An integrated ecosystem approach for assessing the potential role of cultivated bivalve shells as part of the carbon trading system
R Filgueira, CJ Byron, LA Comeau, B Costa-Pierce, PJ Cranford, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 518, 281-287, 2015
Modelling carrying capacity of bivalve aquaculture: a review of definitions and methods
R Filgueira, LA Comeau, T Guyondet, CW McKindsey, CJ Byron
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Ecosystems and Oceans Science, 2015
Attraction and repulsion of mobile wild organisms to finfish and shellfish aquaculture: a review
MD Callier, CJ Byron, DA Bengtson, PJ Cranford, SF Cross, U Focken, ...
Reviews in Aquaculture 10 (4), 924-949, 2018
The flexible application of carrying capacity in ecology
EJ Chapman, CJ Byron
Global Ecology and Conservation 13, e00365, 2018
Salmon ocean migration models suggest a variety of population-specific strategies
CJ Byron, BJ Burke
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 24 (3), 737-756, 2014
Comparison of light traps and plankton tows for sampling brachyuran crab larvae in an Alaskan fjord
SS Porter, GL Eckert, CJ Byron, JL Fisher
Journal of Crustacean Biology 28 (1), 175-179, 2008
An Integrated ecological–economic modeling framework for the sustainable management of oyster farming
CJ Byron, D Jin, TM Dalton
Aquaculture 447, 15-22, 2015
Stability in the feeding ecology of four demersal fish predators in the US Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem
CJ Byron, JS Link
Marine Ecology Progress Series 406, 239-250, 2010
Carrying capacities and site selection within the ecosystem approach to aquaculture
LG Ross, TC Telfer, L Falconer, D Soto, J Aguilar-Manjarrez, R Asmah, ...
Site selection and carrying capacities for inland and coastal aquaculture 19, 2013
A hierarchical method for finding interactions: Jointly using linear correlation and rank correlation analysis
WJ Zhang
Network Biology 5 (4), 137, 2015
Migration model of post‐smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Gulf of Maine
CJ Byron, AJ Pershing, JD Stockwell, H Xue, J Kocik
Fisheries oceanography 23 (2), 172-189, 2014
Using media analysis to scope priorities in social carrying capacity assessments: A global perspective
LC Kluger, R Filgueira, CJ Byron
Marine Policy 99, 252-261, 2019
Ecosystem maturity as a proxy of mussel aquaculture carrying capacity in Ria de Arousa (NW Spain): A food web modeling perspective
L Outeiro, C Byron, R Angelini
Aquaculture 496, 270-284, 2018
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