Li Kui
Li Kui
Marine Science Institute
Verified email at ucsb.edu
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Ecogeomorphic feedbacks and flood loss of riparian tree seedlings in meandering channel experiments
L Kui, J Stella, A Lightbody, AC Wilcox
Water Resource Research 50 (12), 9366–9384, 2014
462014
When do plants modify fluvial processes? Plant-hydraulic interactions under variable flow and sediment supply rates
R Manners, AC Wilcox, L Kui, A Lightbody, J Stella, L Sklar
Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface 120 (2), 325-345, 2015
452015
Giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera, increases faunal diversity through physical engineering
RJ Miller, KD Lafferty, T Lamy, L Kui, A Rassweiler, DC Reed
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1874), 20172571, 2018
312018
Fluvial sediment burial increases mortality of young riparian trees but induces compensatory growth response in survivors
L Kui, J Stella
Forest Ecology and Management 366, 32-40, 2016
252016
Can the riparian invader, Arundo donax, benefit from clonal integration?
L Kui, F Li, G Moore, J West
Weed Research 53 (5), 370-377, 2013
222013
Fluvial sediment supply and pioneer woody seedlings as a control on bar‐surface topography
RM Diehl, AC Wilcox, JC Stella, L Kui, LS Sklar, A Lightbody
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (5), 724-734, 2017
172017
The long‐term legacy of geomorphic and riparian vegetation feedbacks on the dammed Bill Williams River, Arizona, USA
L Kui, JC Stella, PB Shafroth, PK House, AC Wilcox
Ecohydrology 10 (4), e1839, 2017
132017
废旧电池的回收处理方法比较
廖戎, 马晨, 景晓明, 张林, 葵丽, 王瑛瑛
四川环境 22 (4), 78-82, 2003
92003
Scale-specific drivers of kelp forest communities
T Lamy, DC Reed, A Rassweiler, DA Siegel, L Kui, TW Bell, RD Simons, ...
Oecologia 186 (1), 217-233, 2018
72018
Flood water legacy as a persistent source for riparian vegetation during prolonged drought: An isotopic study of Arundo donax on the Rio Grande
G Moore, F Li, L Kui, J West
Ecohydrology, 2015
52015
The role of jacket complexity in structuring fish assemblages in the midwaters of two California oil and gas platforms
MS Love, L Kui, JT Claisse
Bulletin of Marine Science 95 (4), 597-616, 2019
42019
An analysis of the sessile, structure-forming invertebrates living on California oil and gas platforms
MS Love, MM Nishimoto, L Snook, L Kui
Bulletin of Marine Science 95 (4), 583-596, 2019
32019
Timing of juvenile fish settlement at offshore oil platforms coincides with water mass advection into the Santa Barbara Channel, California
MM Nishimoto, L Washburn, MS Love, DM Schroeder, BM Emery, L Kui
Bulletin of Marine Science 95 (4), 559-582, 2019
22019
Can environmental flows moderate riparian invasions? The influence of seedling morphology and density on scour losses in experimental floods
L Kui, JC Stella, RM Diehl, AC Wilcox, A Lightbody, LS Sklar
Freshwater biology 64 (3), 474-484, 2019
22019
RECIPROCAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FLUVIAL PROCESSES AND RIPARIAN VEGETATION AT INCREASING SCALE AND SYSTEM COMPLEXITY
L Kui
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 2015
22015
美国西北部太平洋沿海地区植物入侵及其控制对策
葵丽, 但德忠
四川环境 26 (4), 50-55, 2007
22007
Fish densities associated with structural elements of oil and gas platforms in southern California
EL Meyer-Gutbrod, L Kui, MM Nishimoto, MS Love, DM Schroeder, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 95 (4), 639-656, 2019
12019
生物修复技术治理农村面源水污染问题的调查研究
葵丽, 吴永康, 但德忠
四川環境 25 (3), 39-43, 2006
12006
TAMARIX VERSUS POPULUS PLANT TRAITS DIFFERENTIALLY INFLUENCE RIVER MORPHODYNAMICS IN ALLUVIAL RIVERS
S Bywater-Reyes, RM Diehl, L Kui, J Stella, AC Wilcox
GSA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, USA-2019, 2019
2019
Soil microbial community assemblage and its seasonal variability in alpine treeline ecotone on the eastern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
L Kui, H Sun, Q Lei, W Gao, L Bao, Y Chen, Z Jia
Soil Ecology Letters 1 (1-2), 33-41, 2019
2019
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