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  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1998). Scaling up from species to ecosystems: functional redundancy and complementarity. Recruitment and population dynamics of coral reef fishes (263-267) CRC Reef Research Centre .
  • Breitburg, Denise L. ; Loher, T. ; Pacey, C. A. ; Gerstein, A. (1997). Varying effects of low dissolved oxygen on trophic interactions in an estuarine food web. Ecological Monographs, 67 (4) , 489-507.[0489:VEOLDO]2.0.CO;2
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1996). Consumer mobility and the relative importance of consumption and competition following physical disturbance. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 138 (1-3) , 83-92.
  • (1995). Linking ecosystem-level processes with population-level responses: the importance of variation among species in predicting effects of estuarine eutrophication. Chesapeake Research Consortium .
  • Breitburg, Denise L. ; Palmer, M. A. ; Loher, T. (1995). Larval distributions and the spatial patterns of settlement of an oyster reef fish - responses to flow and structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 125 (1-3) , 45-60.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1994). Behavioral-response of fish larvae to low dissolved-oxygen concentrations in a stratified water column. Marine Biology, 120 (4) , 615-625.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. and Loher, T. (1994). Effects of physical disturbance on fish trophic interactions: the importance of consumer mobility. Feeding ecology of fishes: theory and application (241-254) Belle W. Baruch Library in Marine Science .
  • Breitburg, Denise L., Steinberg, N., Dubeau, S., Cooksey, C. and Houde, E. D. (1994). Effects of low dissolved-oxygen on predation on estuarine fish larvae. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 104 (3) , 235-246.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. ; Newell, R. I. E. (1993). Oyster reefs. Chesapeake Bay strategy for the restoration and protection of ecologically valuable species (61-64) Chesapeake Bay Program .
  • Abbe, George R. and Breitburg, Denise L. (1992). The influence of Oyster Toadfish (Opsanus tau) and crabs (Callinectes sapidus and Xanthidae) on survival of oyster (Crassostrea virginica) spat in Chesapeake Bay - does spat protection always work. Aquaculture, 107 (1) , 21-31.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1992). Episodic hypoxia in chesapeake bay - interacting effects of recruitment, behavior, and physical disturbance. Ecological Monographs, 62 (4) , 525-546.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1991). Monitoring dissolved oxygen in a variable environment: detecting biologically meaningful events. New Perspectives in the Chesapeake System: A Research and Management Partnership (201-208) Chesapeake Research Consortium .
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1991). Settlement-patterns and presettlement behavior of the naked goby, Gobiosoma bosci, a temperate oyster reef fish. Marine Biology, 109 (2) , 213-221.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1990). Near-shore hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay - patterns and relationships among physical factors. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 30 (6) , 593-609.
  • Breitburg, Denise L. (1989). Demersal schooling prior to settlement by larvae of the naked goby. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 26 (2) , 97-103.