In her articles, Carol A. Blanchette combines various disciplines, including Ecology and Spatial ecology. She connects Spatial ecology with Ecology in her study. Her work on Cascade expands to the thematically related Chromatography. Many of her studies on Cascade apply to Chromatography as well. Trophic level and Food web are two areas of study in which Carol A. Blanchette engages in interdisciplinary work. Food web and Trophic cascade are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary work. Her work often combines Trophic cascade and Trophic level studies. Her work often combines Barnacle and Crustacean studies. While working on this project, Carol A. Blanchette studies both Crustacean and Barnacle.
Her Climate change study combines Ocean acidification and Environmental change studies. Carol A. Blanchette undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental change and Climate change through her research. Carol A. Blanchette is investigating Predation as part of her Apex predator and Predator and Predation study. Apex predator and Habitat are commonly linked in her work. Her research on Habitat often connects related topics like Seascape. Her Predator study often links to related topics such as Predation. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Kelp and Ecology. Oceanography and Current (fluid) are frequently intertwined in her study. Her research on Current (fluid) often connects related topics like Oceanography.
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A cross-ecosystem comparison of the strength of trophic cascades
The Keystone Species Concept: Variation in Interaction Strength in a Rocky Intertidal Habitat
Ecological Monographs (1994)
Climate Change and Latitudinal Patterns of Intertidal Thermal Stress
Brian Helmuth;Christopher D. G. Harley;Christopher D. G. Harley;Patricia M. Halpin;Patricia M. Halpin;Michael O'Donnell.
WHAT DETERMINES THE STRENGTH OF A TROPHIC CASCADE
MOSAIC PATTERNS OF THERMAL STRESS IN THE ROCKY INTERTIDAL ZONE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Ecological Monographs (2006)
More than a meal… integrating non-feeding interactions into food webs.
Sonia Kéfi;Sonia Kéfi;Eric L. Berlow;Eric L. Berlow;Evie A. Wieters;Evie A. Wieters;Sergio A. Navarrete.
Ecology Letters (2012)
Mechanical Consequences of Size in Wave‐Swept Algae
Brian Gaylord;Carol A. Blanchette;Mark W. Denny.
Ecological Monographs (1994)
SIZE AND SURVIVAL OF INTERTIDAL PLANTS IN RESPONSE TO WAVE ACTION: A CASE STUDY WITH FUCUS GARDNERI
SPECIES INTERACTION STRENGTH: TESTING MODEL PREDICTIONS ALONG AN UPWELLING GRADIENT
Ecological Monographs (2004)
Biogeographical patterns of rocky intertidal communities along the Pacific coast of North America
Journal of Biogeography (2008)
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