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Details of Dr. Linda A Deegan   


Gender female
Job title Senior Scientist
Marine Biological Laboratory ( MBL)
7 MBL Street Woods Hole MA
Marine Biological Laboratory 7 MBL Street Woods Hole MA
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 508-289-7487
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Website http://www.mbl.edu/ecosystems/faculty/deegan/
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Degree PhD
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Limnology
Research Activities The effects of higher trophic levels, such as fish, on biogeochemical cycles in aquatic ecosystems. The effects of human alterations of biogeochemical cycles and habitat structure on higher trophic levels.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Linda DEEGAN)

Schmitz, O. J., P. A. Raymond, J. A. Estes, W. A. Kurz, G. W. Holtgrieve, M. E. Ritchie, D. E. Schindler, A. C. Spivak, R. W. Wilson, M. A. Bradford, V. Christensen, L. A. Deegan, V. Smetacek, M. J. Vanni, and C. C. Wilmers. 2014. Animating the carbon cycle. Ecosystems 17:344-359.
LockfieldG, K., J. W. Fleeger, and L. A. Deegan. 2013. Mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, responses to long-term, whole-ecosystem nutrient enrichment. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492:211-222.
Deegan, L. A., D. S. JohnsonP, R. S. Warren, B. J. Peterson, J. W. Fleeger, S. Fagherazzi, and W. M. Wollheim. 2012. Coastal eutrophication as a driver of salt marsh loss. Nature 490:388-392. Highlighted in Nature | News & Views. 2013. S. Pennings. The Ecology: The big picture of marsh loss. 490:352-353. Recommended as a ?must read? in the Faculty of 1000.
GMather, M. E, J. T. Finn, S. M. Pautzke, D. Fox, T. Savoy, H. M. Brundage III, L. A. Deegan, and R. M. Muth. 2011. Destinations, routes, and timing of adult striped bass on their southward fall migration: implications for coastal movements. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 2326?2337

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-03-24 Last Updated: 2015-05-15 by Linda DEEGAN