Further Reading

Baker SM (1910) On the causes of the zoning of brown seaweeds on the seashore. Part II. New Phytologist 9: 54-67.

Connell J (1961) The influence of interspecific competition and other factors on the distribution of the barnacle Chthamalus stellatus. Ecology 42: 710-723.

Connell JH (1970) A predator-prey system in the marine intertidal region. I. Balanus glandula and several predatory species of Thais. Ecological Monographs 40: 49-78.

Connell JH (1972) Community interactions on the marine rocky intertidal shores. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 3: 169-192.

Doty MS (1946) Critical tidal factors that are correlated with the distribution of marine algae and other organisms along the Pacific coast. Ecology 27: 315-328.

Johnson M, Hawkins S, Hartnoll R, and Norton T (1998) The establishment of fucoid zonation on algal dominated rocky shores: Hypothesis derived from a simulation model. Functional Ecology 12: 259-269.

Lewis JR (1964) The Ecology of Rocky Shores. London: English University Press.

Paine RT (1974) Intertidal community structure: Experimental studies on the relationship between a dominant competitor and its principal predator. Oecologia 15: 93-120.

Raffaelli D and Hawkins SJ (1996) Intertidal Ecology. London: Chapman and Hall.

Robles CD and Desharnais R (2002) History and current development of a paradigm of predation in rocky intertidal communities. Ecology 83: 1521-1536.

Stephenson TA and Stephenson A (1972) Life between Tide Marks on Rocky Shores. San Francisco, CA: W.H. Freeman.

Underwood AJ (1978) A refutation of critical tidal levels as determinants of the structure of intertidal communities on British shores. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 33: 261-276.

Underwood AJ and Denley EJ (1984) Paradigms, explanations, and generalizations in models of the structure of intertidal communities on rocky shores. In: Strong D, Simberloff D, Abele LG, and Thistle AB (eds.) Ecological Communities: Conceptual Issues and the Evidence, pp. 151-180. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

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