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Environmental and Ocean Sciences
Focus: Marine Ecology
Sub-Focus: Wetlands and coastal food webs
Drew Talley, PhD, was born in San Diego. After graduate school at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, he was a postdoc at UC Davis working on land-sea connections on islands in the Gulf of California. He also served for four years as the first Research Coordinator for the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, and for the last decade have been the Science Director for Ocean Discovery Institute.
- PhD, University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Biological Oceanography
- BSc, San Diego State University, Biology
(an * denotes a publication with a student)
- Talley, D.M. and Reyns, N. In Prep. Long-term changes in a rocky intertidal community. For submission to Ecology.
- *Talley, D.M., Blanco, A. and Talley, T. In Press. Insights into the establishment of the Manila clam on a tidal flat at the southern end of an introduced range in Southern California, USA. PLoS ONE.
- Whitcraft, C.R., Levin, L.A., Talley, D.M., Crooks, J.R. and Boland, J. In Review. “Terrestrialization” of coastal wetland ecosystems by a riparian invader. Diversity and Distributions.
- *Renck, C., Wells, D., Dewar, H., and Talley, D.M. In Press. Regional growth patterns of albacore (Thunnus alalunga) in the eastern North Pacific Ocean revealed using otolith microstructure. CalCOFI Reports.
- Herzka, S. Z., E. Mellink, D.M. Talley, G. R. Huxel, and P. K. Dayton. 2013. Stable isotope ratios of egg albumen of three waterbird species nesting in the Colorado River Delta indicate differences in foraging grounds and isotopic niche breadth. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23(4): 546-563.
- Whitcraft, C.R., Levin, L.A., Talley, D.M., Crooks, J.R. and Boland, J. In Review. “Terrestrialization” of coastal wetland ecosystems by a riparian invader. Biological Invasions.
- Raposa, K.B. and Talley, D.M. 2012. A Meta-Analysis of Nekton Responses to Restoration of Tide-restricted New England Salt Marshes. pp. 97-118 In: Roman, C.T. and Burdick, D.M. [Eds], Restoring Tidal Flow to Salt Marshes: A Synthesis of Science and Management. Island Press, Washington.
- Herzka, S.Z., Mellink, E., Talley, D.M., Huxel, G.R., and Dayton, P.K. In Press. Stable isotope ratios of egg albumen of three waterbird species nesting in the Colorado River Delta indicate differences in foraging grounds and isotopic niche breadth. Estuaries and Coasts.
- Currin, C.A., Levin, L.A., Talley, T.S., Michener, R. and Talley, D.M. 2011. The role of cyanobacteria in southern California salt marsh food webs. Marine Ecology 32(3):346-363.
- Talley, D.M., Goodwin, L., Ruzic, R., and Fisler, S. 2011. Marine ecology as a framework for preparing the next generation of scientific leaders. Marine Ecology 32(3):268-277.
- Whitcraft, C.R., Levin, L.A., Talley, D.M., and Crooks, J.A. 2008. Utilization of invasive tamarisk by salt marsh consumers. Oecologia 158(2): 259-272.
- Talley, D.M. and Talley, T.S. 2008. Salinity. In: S.E. Jørgensen and B.E. Fath [Eds], The Encyclopedia of Ecology. Volume 4, 3127-3132. Elsevier.
- Talley, D.M. 2008. Spatial subsidies. In: S.E. Jørgensen and B.E. Fath [Eds], The Encyclopedia of Ecology. Volume 4, 3325-3331. Elsevier.
- Whitcraft, C.R., Talley, D.M., Crooks, J.A., Boland, J., and Gaskin, J. 2007. Invasion of tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) in a southern California salt marsh. Biological Invasions 9:875-879.
- Fisler, S. and Talley, D.M. 2006. “Sea” the future of science: combining research, education, and outreach in Baja California. Current: The Journal of Marine Education 22(1): 2-8.
- Talley, D.M., Huxel, G.R., and Holyoak, M. 2006. Habitat Connectivity at the Land-Water Interface. In: Sanjayan, M. and Crooks, K. [Eds], Connectivity in Conservation. Cambridge University Press.
- Talley, D.M., North, E.W., Juhl, A.R., Timothy, D.A., Conde, D., deBrouwer, J.F.C., Brown, C.A., Campbell, L.M., Garstecki, T., Hall, C.J., Meysman, F.J.R., Nemerson, D.M., Filho, P.W.S., and Wood, R.J. 2003. Research challenges at the land/sea interface. Estuarine, Coastal, and Shelf Science 58(4) 699-702.
- Thrush, S.A., Schultz, D., Hewitt, J.E., and Talley, D.M. 2002. Habitat structure in soft-sediment environments and abundance of juvenile snapper Pagrus auratus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 245:273-280.
- Thrush, S.A., Hewitt, J.E., Funnell, G.A., Cummings, V.J., Ellis, J., Schultz, D., Talley, D.M., Norkko, A. 2001. Fishing disturbance and marine biodiversity: The role of habitat structure in simple soft-sediment systems. Marine Ecology Progress Series 223: 277-286.
- Bernardi, G. and Talley, D.M. 2000. Genetic evidence for limited dispersal in the coastal California killifish, Fundulus parvipinnis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 255(2): 187-199.
- Talley, D.M. 2000. Ichthyofaunal utilization of newly-created versus natural salt-marsh creeks in Mission Bay, CA. Wetlands Ecology and Management 8: 117-132.
- Levin, L.A., Talley, D.M., Talley, T.S., Larson, A.A., Thayer, G., Currin, C., and C. Lund. 1997. Restoration of Spartina marsh function: an infaunal perspective. In: Macdonald, K.B. and F. Weinmann (eds.) Wetland and Riparian Restoration: Taking a Broader View. Contributed Papers and Selected Abstracts, Society for Ecological Restoration, 1995 International Conference, September 14-16, 1995, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA.
- Levin, L.A., Thayer, G. and D.M. Talley. 1996. Succession of macrobenthos in a created salt marsh. Marine Ecology Progress Series 141: 67-82.