Jansen A. Smith
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Live-dead analysis reveals long-term response of the estuarine bivalve community to water diversions along the Colorado River
GP Dietl, JA Smith
Ecological Engineering 106, 749-756, 2017
192017
The value of geohistorical data in identifying a recent human‐induced range expansion of a predatory gastropod in the Colorado River delta, Mexico
JA Smith, GP Dietl
Journal of Biogeography 43 (4), 791-800, 2016
122016
Fossil clam shells reveal unintended carbon cycling consequences of Colorado River management
JA Smith, DA Auerbach, KW Flessa, AS Flecker, GP Dietl
Royal Society open science 3 (9), 160170, 2016
112016
Mollusk assemblages as records of past and present ecological status
GP Dietl, SR Durham, JA Smith, A Tweitmann
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 169, 2016
102016
Effects of dams on downstream molluscan predator–prey interactions in the Colorado River estuary
JA Smith, JC Handley, GP Dietl
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1879), 20180724, 2018
82018
Durophagy bias: the effect of shell destruction by crushing predators on drilling frequency
JA Smith, GP Dietl, JC Handley
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 514, 690-694, 2019
72019
Conceptions of long-term data among marine conservation biologists and what conservation paleobiologists need to know
JA Smith, SR Durham, GP Dietl
Marine conservation paleobiology, 23-54, 2018
72018
On drilling frequency and Manly's alpha: towards a null model for predator preference in paleoecology
JA Smith, JC Handley, GP Dietl
Palaios 33 (2), 61-68, 2018
62018
Discounting the past: the undervaluing of paleontological data in conservation science
GP Dietl, JA Smith, SR Durham
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 108, 2019
52019
Molluscan metacommunity dynamics in the Colorado River estuary, Mexico before upstream water diversion
JA Smith, GP Dietl
Anthropocene 25, 100194, 2019
42019
Vaquita face extinction from bycatch. Comment on Manjarrez-Bringas, N. et al., Lessons for sustainable development: Marine mammal conservation policies and its social and …
KW Flessa, L Calderon-Aguilera, CE Cintra-Buenrostro, DL Dettman, ...
Sustainability 11 (7), 2161, 2019
22019
Increasing the salience of marine live–dead data in the Anthropocene
JA Smith, GP Dietl, SR Durham
Paleobiology 46 (3), 279-287, 2020
12020
Comment on Rojas-Bracho and Colleagues (2019): Unsubstantiated Claims Can Lead to Tragic Conservation Outcomes
KW Flessa, L Calderon-Aguilera, CE Cintra-Buenrostro, DL Dettman, ...
12019
A CASE STUDY IN CONSERVATION PALEOBIOLOGY: THE MOLLUSCAN COMMUNITY OF THE COLORADO RIVER ESTUARY
JA Smith
2018
A COMMUNITY CONTEXT FOR NATICID PREDATION IN THE PRE-DAM ERA COLORADO RIVER ESTUARY USING MANLY’S ALPHA
JA Smith, JC Handley, GP Dietl
GSA Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, USA-2017, 2017
2017
Using the tools of conservation paleobiology to provide a baseline for estuarine restoration resulting from the 2014 engineered sping-flood of the Colorado River
GP Dietl, JA Smith, HA Zamora, SR Durham, KW Flessa
Geological Society of America 46, 334, 2014
2014
UTILIZATION OF GEOHISTORICAL DATA TO IDENTIFY AN INVASIVE PREDATORY GASTROPOD IN THE COLORADO RIVER DELTA, MEXICO
JA SMITH
2014 GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, 2014
2014
Building a Pre-Dam Baseline for Molluscan Predator-Prey Interactions in the Northern Gulf of California
JA Smith, GP Dietl, DH Goodwin
The Paleontological Society Special Publications 13, 83-84, 2014
2014
CAN PREDATION METRICS BE RELIABLY CALCULATED FROM SIZE-BIASED TARGET COLLECTED SAMPLES?
JA SMITH
2013 GSA Annual Meeting in Denver, 2013
2013
HERE YESTERDAY—GONE TODAY: PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF ANTHROPOLOGICALLY INDUCED LITTORAL COMMUNITY CHANGE IN THE COLORADO RIVER DELTA
AS WEIK, DH GOODWIN, JA SMITH, GP DIETL, HA ZAMORA
2013 GSA Annual Meeting in Denver, 2013
2013
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