Benes K.M. and M.E.S. Bracken. Interactive effects of large- and local-scale environmental gradients on phenotypic differentiation. In Review at Ecology
Sorte C.J.B, V.E. Davidson, M. Franklin, K.M. Benes, M.M. Doellman, R.J. Etter, R.E. Hannigan, J. Lubchenco, and B.A. Menge. 2017. Long-term decline in an intertidal foundation species parallel shifts in community composition. Global Change Biology 23: 341-352. pdf
Benes K.M. and M.E.S. Bracken. 2016. Nitrate uptake varies with tide height and nutrient availability in the intertidal seaweed Fucus vesiculosus. Journal of Phycology 52: 863-876. pdf
*Cryan A.E., K.M. Benes, B. Gillis, C. Ramsay-Newton, V. Perini, and M.J. Wynne. 2015. Growth, reproduction, and senescence of the epiphytic marine alga Phaeosaccion collinsii Farlow (Ochrophyta, Phaeothamniales) from its type locality in Nahant, Massachusetts USA. Botanica Marina 58: 275-283. pdf
Benes K.M. and R.C. Carpenter. 2015. Kelp canopy facilitates understory algal assemblage via modification of settlement and recruitment patterns. Ecology 96:241-251. pdf
Dudgeon, S.R., K.M. Benes, S.A. Krueger, J.E. Kübler, P. Mroz, & C.T. Slaughter. 2009. On the use of experimental diets for physiological studies of hydrozoans. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 89:83-88. pdf
Benes, K.M., M. Freckelton, A.A. Fong, S. Moen, and E. Wood-Charlson (2017) The ASLO Storytelling Series Connecting with Our Keiki (Hawaiian for “Children”). Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin 26: 92-93.
Benes, K.M. and B. Voss (2017) Message from the ASLO Communications Office: How a Professional Development Plan Can Keep You Focused in a Busy World. Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin 26: 19-20.
Benes, K.M. (2017) Overcoming Barriers to Engaging in Science Communication: An Interview with Science Communicator Paige Brown Jarreau. Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin 26: 6-8.
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