Dr. Amanda W.J. Demopoulos Benthic Ecologist
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Demopoulos, A.W.J., C.R. Smith, D.J. DeMaster and W. Fornes. 2003. Evaluation of excess 234Th activity in sediments as an indicator of food quality for deep-sea deposit feeders. J. Mar. Res. 61:267-284.
Demopoulos, A.W.J., C.R. Smith, and P.A. Tyler. 2003. Ecology of the deep Indian Ocean floor. In: Ecosystems of the World Volume 28: Ecosystems of the Deep Ocean, P.A. Tyler, ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam. 569 pp.
Smith, C.R. and A.W.J. Demopoulos. 2003. Ecology of the deep Pacific Ocean floor. In: Ecosystems of the World Volume 28: Ecosystems of the Deep Ocean, P.A. Tyler, ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam, 569 pp.
Demopoulos, A.W.J., B. Fry., C.R. Smith. 2007. Food-web structure in exotic and native mangroves: a Hawaii-Puerto Rico comparison, Oecologia. 153:675-686.
Demopoulos, A.W.J., N. Cormier, K. Ewel, B. Fry. 2008. Use of multiple chemical tracers to define habitat use of Indo-Pacific mangrove crab, Scylla serrata (Decapoda: Portunidae). Estuaries and Coasts. 31:371-381.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. Catastrophic disturbance as regulators of wetland community structure and function: typhoon impacts on mangrove benthos. General Technical Report GTR-xxx. USDA Forest Service. In press.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. and C.R. Smith. Biological meltdown in paradise: introduced mangrove facilitation of opportunistic exotics in the Hawaiian Islands. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. (in review)
Nico, L., A. Demopoulos, D. Gualtieri, C. Wieser. Use of stable isotopes and mercury to assess trophic positions and potential food sources of black carp and other large non-native and native fishes in the Red-Atchafalaya rivers, Louisiana (USA). Hydrobiologia (in review).
Demopoulos, A.W.J., D. Gualtieri, and K. Kovacs. Food-web structure of seep sediment macrobenthos from the Gulf of Mexico. Deep-Sea Res. II.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. and C. Whitcraft. Grazing by Melampus olivaceus affects leaf litter patterns in an invaded setting. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
Demopoulos, A.W.J., I. Kay, and L.A. Levin. Invasion resurrection: implications of introduced mangroves re-infesting the Mission Bay Marsh, San Diego, California. Biological Invasions.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. Benthic community composition and habitat characteristics of fringe and riverine mangrove communities in Kosrae, Micronesia. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science.
Technical Reports, Meeting Proceedings, Book Reviews
Demopoulos, A.W.J. 2004. Black Mangrove Benthic Community Structure, Seedling Growth and Survival, and Sediment Characteristics in Anthropogenically Disturbed and Pristine Habitats, NOAA/NERR final report, Jobos Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Puerto Rico.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. 2003. Introduced mangroves in the Hawaiian Islands: Their history and impact on Hawaiian coastal ecosystems. In: Global Invasive Species Programme-Invasive Species Report following the conference on the Ecological and Socio-Economic Impacts of Invasive Alien Species on Island Ecosystems.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. 2003. Book Review of Sokolova, M.N. 2000. Feeding and Trophic Structure of the Deep-Sea Macrobenthos. Smithsonian Institution Libraries, Washington, D.C. 264 pp. In: Deep-Sea Newsletter 32:24-25.
Demopoulos, A.W.J. 2000. Evaluation of excess 234Th activity in sediments as an indicator of food quality for deep-sea deposit feeders, M.S. Thesis. Dept. of Oceanography, University of Hawaii.
Levin, L.A., T.S. Talley, A.A. Larson, A. Jones*. 1997. Faunal composition in the Tijuana River Estuary Intertidal Habitats and the role of life histories in the faunal recovery of Southern California Restored Wetlands. Final Report to the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. NOAA Award, No. NA 670R0237. NOAA.
Levin, L., D. Talley, T. Talley, A. Larson, A. Jones*, G. Thayer, C. Currin, and C. Lund. 1997. Restoration of Spartina marsh function: An infaunal perspective. Conference Proceedings, Society for Ecological Restoration, 1995 International Conference. Seattle, Washington. Sept. 14-16, 1995.
* Please note Demopoulos formerly Jones.