Carolyn M. Kurle
Carolyn M. Kurle
Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Department of Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution
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Stable nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios in multiple tissues of the northern fur seal Callorhinus ursinus: implications for dietary and migratory reconstructions
CM Kurle, GAJ Worthy
Marine Ecology Progress Series 236, 289-300, 2002
Stable isotope assessment of temporal and geographic differences in feeding ecology of northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) and their prey
CM Kurle, GAJ Worthy
Oecologia 126, 254-265, 2001
Stable-isotope ratios of blood components from captive northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus) and their diet: applications for studying the foraging ecology of wild otariids
CM Kurle
Canadian Journal of Zoology 80 (5), 902-909, 2002
Introduced rats indirectly change marine rocky intertidal communities from algae-to invertebrate-dominated
CM Kurle, DA Croll, BR Tershy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (10), 3800-3804, 2008
The effects of sex, tissue type, and dietary components on stable isotope discrimination factors (Δ13C and Δ15N) in mammalian omnivores
CM Kurle, PL Koch, BR Tershy, DA Croll
Isotopes in environmental and health studies 50 (3), 307-321, 2014
Historic decline in primary productivity in western Gulf of Alaska and eastern Bering Sea: isotopic analysis of northern fur seal teeth
SD Newsome, MA Etnier, CM Kurle, JR Waldbauer, CP Chamberlain, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 332, 211-224, 2007
High-Arctic butterflies become smaller with rising temperatures
JJ Bowden, A Eskildsen, RR Hansen, K Olsen, CM Kurle, TT Hye
Biology Letters 11 (10), 20150574, 2015
Interpreting temporal variation in omnivore foraging ecology via stable isotope modelling
CM Kurle
Functional Ecology 23 (4), 733-744, 2009
Intrapopulation variability in the timing of ontogenetic habitat shifts in sea turtles revealed using δ15N values from bone growth rings
CN Turner Tomaszewicz, JA Seminoff, SH Peckham, L Avens, CM Kurle
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (3), 694-704, 2017
Spatial and temporal variability within marine isoscapes: implications for interpreting stable isotope data from marine systems
CM Kurle, JK McWhorter
Marine Ecology Progress Series 568, 31-45, 2017
Temporal and spatial variation in the δ15N and δ13C values of fish and squid from Alaskan waters
CM Kurle, EH Sinclair, AE Edwards, CJ Gudmundson
Marine Biology 158, 2389-2404, 2011
Trophic overlap in mobulid rays: insights from stable isotope analysis
JD Stewart, CA Rohner, G Araujo, J Avila, D Fernando, K Forsberg, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 580, 131-151, 2017
Age and residency duration of loggerhead turtles at a North Pacific bycatch hotspot using skeletochronology
CNT Tomaszewicz, JA Seminoff, L Avens, LR Goshe, SH Peckham, ...
Biological conservation 186, 134-142, 2015
Expanding the coastal forager paradigm: long-term pelagic habitat use by green turtles Chelonia mydas in the eastern Pacific Ocean
CNT Tomaszewicz, JA Seminoff, L Avens, LR Goshe, JM Rguez-Baron, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 587, 217-234, 2018
Variation in the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope discrimination factors from diet to fur in four felid species held on different diets
E Parng, A Crumpacker, CM Kurle
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (1), 151-159, 2014
Ecological factors associated with the strength of trophic cascades in streams
CM Kurle, BJ Cardinale
Oikos 120 (12), 1897-1908, 2011
Effects of demineralization on the stable isotope analysis of bone samples
CN Turner Tomaszewicz, JA Seminoff, MD Ramirez, CM Kurle
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 29 (20), 1879-1888, 2015
Discrimination factors for stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen in blood and feathers from chicks and juveniles of the California condor
CM Kurle, ME Finkelstein, KR Smith, D George, D Ciani, PL Koch, ...
The Condor 115 (3), 492-500, 2013
Methods for sampling sequential annual bone growth layers for stable isotope analysis
CN Turner Tomaszewicz, JA Seminoff, L Avens, CM Kurle
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (5), 556-564, 2016
Regional differences in foraging of young-of-the-year Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus in Alaska: stable carbon and nitrogen isotope ratios in blood
CM Kurle, CJ Gudmundson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 342, 303-310, 2007
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