Publications & Presentations

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WW Raymond, JS Barber, MN Dethier, HA Hayford, CDG Harley, TL King, B Paul, CA Speck, ED Tobin, AET Raymond, PS McDonald (2022) Assessment of the impacts of an unprecedented heatwave on intertidal shellfish of the Salish Sea. Ecology, Early view

HA Hayford, SE Gilman, E Carrington (2021) Tidal cues reduce thermal risk of climate change in a foraging marine snail. Climate Change Ecology, 1:1-13 Full text

HA Hayford, MJ O’Donnell, E Carrington (2018) Radio tracking detects behavioral thermoregulation at a snail’s pace. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 499:17-25 Abstract Recommendation on F1000

WB Stickle, E Carrington, H Hayford (2017) Seasonal changes in the thermal regime and gastropod tolerance to temperature and desiccation stress in the rocky intertidal zone at the southern end of the inside passage. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 488:83-91 Abstract

SE Gilman, H Hayford, C Craig, E Carrington (2015) Body temperatures of an intertidal barnacle and two whelk predators in relation to shore height, solar aspect, and microhabitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 536:77-88 Full text

HA Hayford, SE Gilman, E Carrington (2015) Foraging behavior minimizes heat exposure in a complex thermal landscape. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 518:165-175 Full text


      *denotes undergraduate mentee

Hayford HA, G McKenna, B Allen, D Abbott, H Berry (2022) Building a collaborative network to quantify kelp forest ecology with SCUBA-based index sites in the southern Salish Sea. Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, online

G McKenna, B Allen, HA Hayford, D Tonnes (2022) Kelp forest restoration in Puget Sound: Outplant techniques and lessons learned. Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, online

B Allen, HA Hayford, G McKenna (2022) An assessment pathway for Olympia oyster restoration. Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, online

HA Hayford (2021) Bull kelp habitat restoration. Washington Department of Natural Resources Puget Sound Kelp Research & Monitoring Workgroup, online

JE Toft, B Peabody, HA Hayford, B Allen, G McKenna (2020) Reimagining the kelp highway: A socio-ecological expedition to highlight Puget Sound’s marine forests. Western Society of Naturalists (WSN), online

Toler-Scott*, CH May*, JA Fields*, R Elahi, HA Hayford (2019) Stasis and change in the intertidal: a comparison of community structure over 45 years. Mary Gates Undergraduate Research Symposium, Seattle, WA

HA Hayford, M Kreis*, N Le Baron*, E Carrington (2018) Performance benefits of slow behavior in the thermally dynamic intertidal zone. WSN, Tacoma, WA

CH May*, JA Fields*, C Toler-Scott*, H Hayford, R Elahi (2018) Undergraduate research in historical ecology: A comparison of invertebrate body size over 45 years. WSN, Tacoma, WA

R Elahi, AWE Galloway, H Hayford, W King (2018) Synthesizing snail size shifts: evidence for body size decline over time despite considerable response heterogeneity. WSN, Tacoma, WA

HA Hayford, MN George, E Carrington (2018) Experimental ocean acidification inhibits snail growth. Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology (SICB), San Francisco, CA

HA Hayford, E Carrington (2017) Small movements with big benefits: thermoregulation in an intertidal snail. Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR

HA Hayford, E Carrington (2017) Performance benefits of slow migratory behavior in a predictable dynamic habitat. SICB, New Orleans, LA

E Carrington, M George M, H Hayford, L Newcomb, C Friedman, I Jefferds (2017) All washed up? Mussel survival in the face of ocean warming and acidification. SICB, New Orleans, LA