Susan Bell
Susan Bell
Professor, Integrative Biology, University of South Florida
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Habitat structure: the physical arrangement of objects in space
SS Bell, ED McCoy, HR Mushinsky
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Habitat structure: the evolution and diversification of a complex topic
ED McCoy, SS Bell
Habitat structure: the physical arrangement of objects in space, 3-27, 1991
Influence of physical setting on seagrass landscapes near Beaufort, North Carolina, USA
MS Fonseca, SS Bell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 171, 109-121, 1998
Seagrass landscapes: a terrestrial approach to the marine subtidal environment
BD Robbins, SS Bell
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 9 (8), 301-304, 1994
Field evidence that shrimp predation regulates meiofauna
SS Bell, BC Coull
Oecologia 35 (2), 141-148, 1978
Linking restoration and landscape ecology
SS Bell, MS Fonseca, LB Motten
Restoration ecology 5 (4), 318-323, 1997
Faunal response to fragmentation in seagrass habitats: implications for seagrass conservation
SS Bell, RA Brooks, BD Robbins, MS Fonseca, MO Hall
Biological conservation 100 (1), 115-123, 2001
Perspectives of marine meiofaunal ecology
BC Coull, SS Bell
Ecological processes in coastal and marine systems, 189-216, 1979
An interdisciplinary and synthetic approach to ecological boundaries
ML Cadenasso, STA Pickett, KC Weathers, SS Bell, TL Benning, ...
BioScience 53 (8), 717-722, 2003
Meiofauna‐Macrofauna Interactions in a High Salt Marsh Habitat
SS Bell
Ecological Monographs 50 (4), 487-505, 1980
Response of small motile epifauna to complexity of epiphytic algae on seagrass blades
MO Hall, SS Bell
Journal of Marine Research 46 (3), 613-630, 1988
Biogenic structure and its effect on the spatial heterogeneity of meiofauna in a salt marsh
SS Bell, MC Watzin, BC Coull
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 35 (2), 99-107, 1978
Dynamics of a subtidal seagrass landscape: seasonal and annual change in relation to water depth
BD Robbins, SS Bell
Ecology 81 (5), 1193-1205, 2000
Modeling seagrass landscape pattern and associated ecological attributes
M Fonseca, PE Whitfield, NM Kelly, SS Bell
Ecological Applications 12 (1), 218-237, 2002
Foraging patterns of two syngnathid fishes: importance of harpacticoid copepods
K Tipton, SS Bell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 47, 31-43, 1988
Marine landscapes and faunal recruitment: a field test with seagrasses and copepods
SS Bell, GRF Hicks
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 61-68, 1991
Air temperature and winter mortality: implications for the persistence of the invasive mussel, Perna viridis in the intertidal zone of the south-eastern United States
LB Firth, AM Knights, SS Bell
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 250-256, 2011
Gap dynamics in a seagrass landscape
SS Bell, BD Robbins, SL Jensen
Ecosystems 2, 493-504, 1999
Meiofauna from seagrass habitats: a review and prospectus for future research
SS Bell, K Walters, JC Kern
Estuaries 7, 331-338, 1984
Tidal events and salt‐marsh structure influence black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) recruitment across an ecotone
JM Peterson, SS Bell
Ecology 93 (7), 1648-1658, 2012
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