Seth J Theuerkauf

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Habitat suitability index (HSI) models provide spatially explicit information on the capacity of a given habitat to support a species of interest, and their prevalence has increased dramatically in recent years. Despite caution that the reliability of HSIs must be validated using independent, quantitative data, most HSIs intended to inform terrestrial and(More)
Fishery species that reside in no-take, marine reserves often show striking increases in size and abundance relative to harvested areas, with the potential for larval spillover to harvested populations. The benefits of spillover, however, may not be realized if the populations or habitats outside of reserves are too degraded. We quantified oyster population(More)
Invasive species can positively, neutrally, or negatively affect the provision of ecosystem services. The direction and magnitude of this effect can be a function of the invaders' density and the service(s) of interest. We assessed the density-dependent effect of an invasive marsh grass, Phragmites australis, on three ecosystem services (plant diversity and(More)
Habitat suitability index (HSI) models provide spatially explicit information on the capacity of a given habitat to support a species of interest, 2 and their prevalence has increased dramatically in recent years. Despite caution that the reliability of HSIs must be validated using independent, 4 quantitative data, most HSIs intended to inform terrestrial(More)
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