Sally D. Hacker
Sally D. Hacker
Professor, Integrative Biology, Oregon State University
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The value of estuarine and coastal ecosystem services
EB Barbier, SD Hacker, C Kennedy, EW Koch, AC Stier, BR Silliman
Ecological monographs 81 (2), 169-193, 2011
30582011
Coastal ecosystem-based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values
EB Barbier, EW Koch, BR Silliman, SD Hacker, E Wolanski, J Primavera, ...
science 319 (5861), 321-323, 2008
9372008
Non‐linearity in ecosystem services: temporal and spatial variability in coastal protection
EW Koch, EB Barbier, BR Silliman, DJ Reed, GME Perillo, SD Hacker, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (1), 29-37, 2009
6812009
Guiding ecological principles for marine spatial planning
MM Foley, BS Halpern, F Micheli, MH Armsby, MR Caldwell, CM Crain, ...
Marine policy 34 (5), 955-966, 2010
5142010
Physical stress and positive associations among marsh plants
MD Bertness, SD Hacker
The American Naturalist 144 (3), 363-372, 1994
4841994
Some implications of direct positive interactions for community species diversity
SD Hacker, SD Gaines
Ecology 78 (7), 1990-2003, 1997
4811997
Habitat architecture and the abundance and body‐size‐dependent habitat selection of a phytal amphipod
SD Hacker, RS Steneck
Ecology 71 (6), 2269-2285, 1990
3791990
Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal ecosystem‐based management
EF Granek, S Polasky, CV Kappel, DJ Reed, DM Stoms, EW Koch, ...
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 207-216, 2010
2902010
Experimental evidence for factors maintaining plant species diversity in a New England salt marsh
SD Hacker, MD Bertness
Ecology 80 (6), 2064-2073, 1999
1621999
Mechanisms of competitive dominance between crustose coralline algae: an herbivore‐mediated competitive reversal
RS Steneck, SD Hacker, MN Dethier
Ecology 72 (3), 938-950, 1991
1381991
Morphological and physiological consequences of a positive plant interaction
SD Hacker, MD Bertness
Ecology 76 (7), 2165-2175, 1995
1291995
7.04—Physical ecosystem engineers and the functioning of estuaries and coasts
JL Gutiérrez, CG Jones, JE Byers, KK Arkema, K Berkenbusch, ...
Treatise on estuarine and coastal science, 53-81, 2011
1252011
Biophysical feedback mediates effects of invasive grasses on coastal dune shape
PL Zarnetske, SD Hacker, EW Seabloom, P Ruggiero, JR Killian, ...
Ecology 93 (6), 1439-1450, 2012
1142012
Current status of marine protected areas in Latin America and the Caribbean
AP Guarderas, SD Hacker, J Lubchenco
Conservation Biology 22 (6), 1630-1640, 2008
1112008
The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: Reconciling with existing management systems
S Aswani, P Christie, NA Muthiga, R Mahon, JH Primavera, LA Cramer, ...
Marine Policy 36 (1), 1-10, 2012
1102012
Subtle differences in two non‐native congeneric beach grasses significantly affect their colonization, spread, and impact
SD Hacker, P Zarnetske, E Seabloom, P Ruggiero, J Mull, S Gerrity, ...
Oikos 121 (1), 138-148, 2012
992012
A marine plant (Spartina anglica) invades widely varying habitats: potential mechanisms of invasion and control
SD Hacker, D Heimer, CE Hellquist, TG Reeder, B Reeves, TJ Riordan, ...
Biological Invasions 3 (2), 211-217, 2001
962001
Persistent spatial structuring of coastal ocean acidification in the California Current System
F Chan, JA Barth, CA Blanchette, RH Byrne, F Chavez, O Cheriton, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
922017
Why habitat architecture and color are important to shrimps living in pelagic Sargassum: use of camouflage and plant-part mimicry.
SD Hacker, LP Madin
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 70 (2), 143-155, 1991
871991
A herbivore paradox: why salt marsh aphids live on poor-quality plants
SD Hacker, MD Bertness
The American Naturalist 145 (2), 192-210, 1995
811995
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