The following peer-reviewed publications are available for download at the links below (except those in press), aggregated at, or contact me directly for an individual copy at jurgensL [at] tamug [dot] edu

Schiebelhut, L., Gaylord, B., Grosberg, R., Jurgens, L.J.. Dawson, M. 2022. Species’ attributes predict the relative magnitude of ecological and genetic recovery following mass mortality. Molecular Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/mec.16707

Jurgens, L.J., Ciesielski, M., Agrawal, A.. Hubbard, E. 2022. Low Salinity Weakens Predator Effects on Community Assembly in a Sub-tropical EstuaryEstuaries and Coasts.

Zabin, C., Jurgens, L.J., Bible, J., Patten, M., Chang, A., Grosholz, E., and K. Boyer. 2022.Increasing the resilience of ecological restoration to extreme climatic events. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. DOI: 10.1002/fee.2471

Jurgens, L.J., Ashlock, L., and Gaylord, B. 2021. Facilitation alters climate change risk on rocky shores. Available in Early View at Ecology.

Freestone, A.L., Torchin, M.E., Jurgens, L.J., Bonfim, M., Lopez,D., Repetto, M.F., Schloder, C., Sewall, B., Ruiz, G.M. Stronger predation intensity and impact on prey communities in the tropics. Ecology 102( 8):e03428.DOI: 10.1002/ecy.3428

A Ninokawa, Y Takeshita, BM Jellison, LJ Jurgens, B Gaylord. 2020. Biological modification of seawater chemistry by an ecosystem engineer, the California mussel, Mytilus californianus. Limnology and Oceanography 65: 157-172. DOI: 10.1002/lno.11258

Gaylord, B., *Barclay, K.M., Jellison, B.M., Jurgens, L.J., Ninokawa, A.T., Rivest, E.B., and L.R. Leighton. 2019. Ocean change within shoreline communities: From biomechanics to behavior and beyond. Conservation Physiology 7(1) DOI: 10.1093/conphys/coz077.

LJ Jurgens M Bonfim, D Lopez, MF Repetto, G Freitag, L McCann, K Larson, GM Ruiz, AL Freestone. 2018. Poleward range expansion of a non-indigenous bryozoan and new occurrences of exotic ascidians in southeast AlaskaBioInvasions Records7(4): 357-366. DOI: 10.3391/bir.2018.7.4.02

LJ Jurgens and B Gaylord. 2018. Physical effects of habitat-forming species override latitudinal trends in temperature. Ecology Letters, 21(2): 190-196. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12881

TA Ebert…LJ Jurgens…[more than 20 authors]. 2017. Size, growth, and density data for shallow‐water sea urchins from Mexico to the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 1956–2016 Ecology DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2123

LJ Jurgens, AL Freestone, G Ruiz, and ME Torchin. 2017. Prior predation shapes community resistance to an extreme climate disturbance.  Ecosphere. DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1986  Jurgens_etal_2017_Ecosphere.pdf

LJ Jurgens and B Gaylord. 2016. Edge effects reverse facilitation in a widespread foundation species. Scientific Reports. DOI:10.1038/srep37573     Jurgens&Gaylord_2016.pdf

P Raimondi, LJ Jurgens, MT Tinker. 2016. Evaluating potential conservation conflicts between two listed species: sea otters and black abalone. Ecology 96 (11), 3102-3108.

LJ Jurgens, L Rogers-Bennett, PT Raimondi, LM Schiebelhut, MN Dawson, RK Grosberg, B Gaylord. 2015. Patterns of mass mortality among rocky shore invertebrates across 100 km of Northeastern Pacific coastline. PloS ONE 10 (6), e01262807.

B Gaylord, KJ Nickols, LJ Jurgens. 2012. Roles of transport and mixing processes in kelp forest ecology. Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (6), 997-1007.