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Details of Dr. John S Pearse   


Gender male
Job title Professor Emeritus
Department Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
183 Ocean View Blvd.
Pacific Grove
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 1-831-648-9245
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Website http://www.eeb.ucsc.edu/faculty/pearse.html
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Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities I am now looking are monitoring long-term changes in the rocky intertidal, developing citizen science programs. See: http://limpetsmonitoring.org
Research Region Antarctica, NE Pacific
Skills/Expertise Invertebrate biology, kelp forest ecology, rocky intertidal ecology, Antarctic benthic ecology, Reproductive biology
Comments I am now mostly writing papers of earlier studies, and reviewing manuscripts of others.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. John PEARSE)

Pearse, J.S. [2013] Odontaster validus. In: Asteroida: Biology and Ecology of Starfish, J. Lawrence, ed., Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltiore, MD.
Zabin, C.J., Danner, E.M., Baumgartner, E.P., Spafford, D., Miller, K.A., Pearse, J.S. [2012] A comparison of intertidal species richness and composition between central California and Oahu, Hawaii. Marine Ecology doi 10.1111/maec.12007
Goddard, J.H.R., T.M. Gosliner, and J.S. Pearse. 2011. Impacts associated with the recent range shift of the aeolid nudibranch Phidiana hiltoni (Mollusca, Opisthobranchia). in California. Mar. Biol. DOI 10.1007/s00227-011-1633-7
Schultz, S.T., J.H.R. Godard, T.M. Gosliner, D.E. Mason, W.E. Pence, G.R. McDonald, V.B. Pearse, J.S. Pearse. 2011. Climate-index response profiling indicates larval transport is driving population fluctuations in nudibranch gastropods from the northeast Pacific Ocean. Limnol. Oceanogr. 56: 749-763.
Pearse, J.S., K.E. Vicknair, J.B. McClintock, and H.M. Feder. 2010. Long-term populationschanges in sea stars at three contrasting sites. In Echinoderms: Durham. L.G. Harris, S.A. Böttger, C.W. Walker, and M.P. Lesser, eds., pp. 575-581. Taylor & Francis Group, London. (Proceedings of the 12th International Echinoderm Conference, Durham, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 7-11 Ausgust 2006, CRC Press.)
Pearse, JS. 2009. Shallow-water asteroids, echinoids, and holothuroids at 6 sites across the tropical west Pacific, 1988-1989. Galaxea, Journal of Coral Reef Studies. 11: 1-9.
Pearse, J.S., R. Mooi, S, J. Lockhart, and A. Brandt. 2009. Brooding and Species Diversity in the Southern Ocean: Selection for Brooders or Speciation within Brooding Clades? In Smithsonian at the Poles: Contributions to International Polar Year Science, I. Krupnik, M.A. Lang, and S.E. Miller, eds., pp. 181-196. Proceedings of Smithsonian at the Poles Symposium, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 3-4 May 2007. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
Pearse, J.S. 2007. Reproduction, Overview. Encyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores, M.Denny and S.Gaines, eds., pp. 457-465. Univ. Calif. Press.
Pearse, J.S. and R. Mooi. 2007. Echinoidea. The Light & Smith Manual (4th Edition), J.T Carlton, ed., pp. 883-891. Univ. Calif. Press.
Van De Werfhorst, L.C. and J.S. Pearse. 2007. Trampling in the rocky intertidal of central California: A follow up study. Bull. Mar. Sci. 81: 245-254.
Pearse, J.S. 2006. Ecological role of purple sea urchins (invited perspective). Science. 940: 940-941.
Pearse, J.S. 2006. Reproduction (benthic marine invertebrates). Encyclopedia of the Antarctic, B. Riffenburgh, ed., pp. 796-797. Routledge, Taylor and Francis.
Osborn, D.A., J.S. Pearse, and C.A. Roe. 2005. Monitoring rocky intertidal shorelines: A role for the public in resource management. California and the World Ocean '02, conf. proc., O. T. Magoon, H. Converse, B. Baird, B. Jines, and M. Miller-Henson, eds., Amer. Soc. Civil Engineers, Reston, VA., pp. 624-636
Muricy, G. and J.S. Pearse. 2004. A new species of Oscarella (Demospongiae: Plakinidae) from California. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 55: 600-614.
Pearse, J.S. and S.J. Lockhart. 2004. Reproduction in cold water: Paradigm changes in the 20th century and a role for cidaroid sea urchins. Deep-sea Res. II 51:1533-1549.
J.S. Pearse, M.H. Carr, C.H. Baxter, J.M. Watanabe, M.S. Foster, D.L. Steller, J.A. Coyer, B. Konar, D.O. Duggins, and P.K. Dayton. in press. Kelpbeds as classrooms. In Proceedings of Research and Discoveries: The Revolution of Science through Scuba Symposium, ed. Lang, M. A., R. L. Marinelli, S. J. Roberts, and P. R. Taylor, pp. XX-XX. Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences, Vol. XX, Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.

Group(s): MBNMS
Created: 1998-06-24 Last Updated: 2016-06-16 by John PEARSE