Jeff Clements
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Marine animal behaviour in a high CO2 ocean
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 259-279, 2015
1332015
Ocean acidification and marine aquaculture in North America: potential impacts and mitigation strategies
JC Clements, T Chopin
Reviews in Aquaculture 9 (4), 326-341, 2017
922017
Influence of sediment acidification and water flow on sediment acceptance and dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria L.)
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 453, 62-69, 2014
542014
Effects of CO2-driven sediment acidification on infaunal marine bivalves: A synthesis
J Clements, H Hunt
Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2017
392017
Predation in the marine fossil record: studies, data, recognition, environmental factors, and behavior
AA Klompmaker, PH Kelley, D Chattopadhyay, JC Clements, JW Huntley, ...
Earth-science reviews 194, 472-520, 2019
372019
Using Facebook to enhance independent student engagement: A case study of first-year undergraduates.
JC Clements
Higher Education Studies 5 (4), 131-146, 2015
352015
Eating in an acidifying ocean: a quantitative review of elevated CO 2 effects on the feeding rates of calcifying marine invertebrates
JC Clements, ES Darrow
Hydrobiologia 820 (1), 1-21, 2018
332018
Porewater acidification alters the burrowing behavior and post-settlement dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria)
HLH Jeff C.Clements, Krystal D. Woodard
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 477, 103-111, 2016
332016
Elevated temperature has adverse effects on GABA-mediated avoidance behaviour to sediment acidification in a wide-ranging marine bivalve
JC Clements, MM Bishop, HL Hunt
Marine biology 164 (3), 56, 2017
322017
Elevated seawater temperature, not pCO2, negatively affects post-spawning adult mussels (Mytilus edulis) under food limitation
JC Clements, C Hicks, R Tremblay, LA Comeau
Conservation physiology 6 (1), cox078, 2018
282018
Transgenerational effects of short-term exposure to acidification and hypoxia on early developmental traits of the mussel Mytilus edulis
H Kong, X Jiang, JC Clements, T Wang, X Huang, Y Shang, J Chen, M Hu, ...
Marine Environmental Research 145, 73-80, 2019
212019
Ontogenetic shifts in the predatory habits of the northern moonsnail (Lunatia heros) on the Northwestern Atlantic Coast
JC Clements, TA Rawlings
Journal of Shellfish Research 33 (3), 755-768, 2014
162014
Hypoxia aggravates the effects of ocean acidification on the physiological energetics of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis
H Gu, Y Shang, J Clements, S Dupont, T Wang, S Wei, X Wang, J Chen, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 149, 110538, 2019
152019
Siltation increases the susceptibility of surface-cultured eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) to parasitism by the mudworm Polydora websteri
JC Clements, D Bourque, J McLaughlin, M Stephenson, LA Comeau
142017
Nitrogen removal potential of shellfish aquaculture harvests in eastern Canada: a comparison of culture methods
JC Clements, LA Comeau
Aquaculture reports 13, 100183, 2019
132019
Open access articles receive more citations in hybrid marine ecology journals
J Clements
FACETS 2, 1-14, 2017
132017
Quantifying professionalism in peer review
TG Gerwing, AMA Gerwing, S Avery-Gomm, CY Choi, JC Clements, ...
Research integrity and peer review 5 (1), 1-8, 2020
122020
Sink before you settle: Settlement behaviour of Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) larvae on artificial spat collectors and natural substrate
LA Poirier, JC Clements, JDP Davidson, G Miron, J Davidson, ...
Aquaculture Reports 13, 100181, 2019
122019
Testing for Sediment Acidification Effects on Within-Season Variability in Juvenile Soft-Shell Clam (Mya arenaria) Abundance on the Northern Shore of the Bay of Fundy
HH Jeff C. Clements
Estuaries & Coasts, 2017
12*2017
Extreme ocean acidification reduces the susceptibility of eastern oyster shells to a polydorid parasite
J Clements, D Bourque, J McLaughlin, M Stephenson, LA Comeau
Journal of Fish Diseases, 2017
122017
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