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Cecily N. Steppe
Cecily N. Steppe
Professor and Chair, Oceanography Department, United States Naval Academy
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Impact of diatomaceous biofilms on the frictional drag of fouling-release coatings
MP Schultz, JM Walker, CN Steppe, KA Flack
Biofouling 31 (9-10), 759-773, 2015
1072015
Spatial and temporal scales of patches of crab larvae in coastal waters
CC Natunewicz, CE Epifanio
Marine Ecology Progress Series 212, 217-222, 2001
762001
Predation on mud crab megalopae, Panopeus herbstii H. Milne Edwards: effect of habitat complexity, predator species and postlarval densities
A Dittel, CE Epifanio, C Natunewicz
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 198 (2), 191-202, 1996
651996
Impacts of urbanization and development on estuarine ecosystems and water quality
LA Freeman, DR Corbett, AM Fitzgerald, DA Lemley, A Quigg, CN Steppe
Estuaries and Coasts 42 (7), 1821-1838, 2019
612019
Transport of crab larval patches in the coastal ocean
CC Natunewicz, CE Epifanio, RW Garvine
Marine Ecology Progress Series 222, 143-154, 2001
562001
Dynamics of larval patches; spatial distribution of fiddler crab larvae in Delaware Bay and adjacent waters
CP Petrone, LB Jancaitis, MB Jones, CC Natunewicz, CE Tilburg, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 293, 177-190, 2005
412005
Effects of coastal transport on larval patches: models and observations
CE Tilburg, LT Houser, CN Steppe, RW Garvine, CE Epifanio
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 67 (1-2), 145-160, 2006
272006
Synoptic distribution of crab larvae near the mouth of Delaware Bay: Influence of nearshore hydrographic regimes
CN Steppe, CE Epifanio
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 70 (4), 654-662, 2006
202006
Biological and hydrodynamic design considerations for vertically oriented oyster grow out structures
DW Fredriksson, CN Steppe, L Wallendorf, S Sweeney, D Kriebel
Aquacultural engineering 42 (2), 57-69, 2010
162010
Roughness effects of diatomaceous slime fouling on turbulent boundary layer hydrodynamics
EAK Murphy, JM Barros, MP Schultz, KA Flack, CN Steppe, ...
Biofouling 34 (9), 976-988, 2018
152018
Direct setting of Crassostrea virginica larvae in a tidal tributary: applications for shellfish restoration and aquaculture
CN Steppe, DW Fredriksson, L Wallendorf, M Nikolov, R Mayer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 546, 97-112, 2016
102016
Patchiness of crab larvae in coastal waters, a multi-scale analysis
CC Natunewicz
University of Delaware, 2000
72000
Skin-friction drag measurements on ship hull coating systems
JM Walker, MP Schultz, KA Flack, CN Steppe
30th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, 1-10, 2014
52014
Design approach for a containment barrier system for in-situ setting of Crassostrea virginica for aquaculture and restoration applications
DW Fredriksson, CN Steppe, L Luznik, L Wallendorf, RH Mayer
Aquacultural Engineering 70, 42-55, 2016
42016
The turbulent boundary layer structure over diatomaceous slime fouling
EAK Murphy, JM Barros, MP Schultz, KA Flack, CN Steppe, ...
Tenth International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, 2017
32017
A COMPARISON OF GROWTH AND OVER-WINTER MORTALITY OF HATCHERY-REARED CRASSOSTREA VIRGINICA SPAT SET IN TANKS AND IN A FIELD ENCLOSURE
B Rahall, C Steppe, SR Westby, P Tagan
JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH 30 (2), 546-546, 2011
12011
Connectivity Among Three Restored Crassostrea virginica Bars in the Severn River Estuary: Implications for Oyster Recovery Efforts
CN Steppe
NAVAL ACADEMY ANNAPOLIS MD, 2008
12008
Boundary layer hydrodynamics of patchy biofilms
EAK Murphy, JM Barros, MP Schultz, KA Flack, CN Steppe, ...
Biofouling 38 (7), 696-714, 2022
2022
The Oktober Flut: An anomalous extreme high-water event in Annapolis, MD, USA, October 2021
L Velásquez-Montoya, AR Davies, P Guth, T Tomiczek, A Laun, ...
Shore & Beach 90 (1), 27, 2022
2022
Testing Direct Setting of Crassostrea virginica larvae
S Hildebrandt, J Spires, S Westby, CN Steppe
Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
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