Follow
James Estes
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Historical overfishing and the recent collapse of coastal ecosystems
JBC Jackson, MX Kirby, WH Berger, KA Bjorndal, LW Botsford, ...
science 293 (5530), 629-637, 2001
85192001
Trophic downgrading of planet Earth
JA Estes, J Terborgh, JS Brashares, ME Power, J Berger, WJ Bond, ...
science 333 (6040), 301-306, 2011
42902011
Status and ecological effects of the world’s largest carnivores
WJ Ripple, JA Estes, RL Beschta, CC Wilmers, EG Ritchie, ...
Science 343 (6167), 1241484, 2014
34932014
Challenges in the quest for keystones: identifying keystone species is difficult—but essential to understanding how loss of species will affect ecosystems
ME Power, D Tilman, JA Estes, BA Menge, WJ Bond, LS Mills, G Daily, ...
BioScience 46 (8), 609-620, 1996
24451996
Kelp forest ecosystems: biodiversity, stability, resilience and future
RS Steneck, MH Graham, BJ Bourque, D Corbett, JM Erlandson, JA Estes, ...
Environmental conservation 29 (4), 436-459, 2002
22482002
Killer whale predation on sea otters linking oceanic and nearshore ecosystems
JA Estes, MT Tinker, TM Williams, DF Doak
science 282 (5388), 473-476, 1998
16631998
Sea otters: their role in structuring nearshore communities
JA Estes, JF Palmisano
Science 185 (4156), 1058-1060, 1974
16151974
Marine defaunation: animal loss in the global ocean
DJ McCauley, ML Pinsky, SR Palumbi, JA Estes, FH Joyce, RR Warner
Science 347 (6219), 1255641, 2015
13802015
Sea otters and kelp forests in Alaska: generality and variation in a community ecological paradigm
JA Estes, DO Duggins
Ecological monographs 65 (1), 75-100, 1995
11281995
Magnification of secondary production by kelp detritus in coastal marine ecosystems
DO Duggins, CA Simenstad, JA Estes
Science 245 (4914), 170-173, 1989
8941989
Trophic cascades: predators, prey, and the changing dynamics of nature
J Terborgh, JA Estes
Island press, 2013
8892013
Global patterns of kelp forest change over the past half-century
KA Krumhansl, DK Okamoto, A Rassweiler, M Novak, JJ Bolton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13785-13790, 2016
7392016
Sequential megafaunal collapse in the North Pacific Ocean: an ongoing legacy of industrial whaling?
AM Springer, JA Estes, GB Van Vliet, TM Williams, DF Doak, EM Danner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (21), 12223-12228, 2003
6822003
Introduced predators transform subarctic islands from grassland to tundra
DA Croll, JL Maron, JA Estes, EM Danner, GV Byrd
Science 307 (5717), 1959-1961, 2005
6242005
Individual variation in prey selection by sea otters: patterns, causes and implications
JA Estes, ML Riedman, MM Staedler, MT Tinker, BE Lyon
Journal of Animal Ecology, 144-155, 2003
6132003
Comparing marine and terrestrial ecosystems: implications for the design of coastal marine reserves
MH Carr, JE Neigel, JA Estes, S Andelman, RR Warner, JL Largier
Ecological Applications 13 (sp1), 90-107, 2003
5952003
Ecological effectiveness: conservation goals for interactive species
ME Soulé, JA Estes, J Berger, CM Del Rio
Conservation biology 17 (5), 1238-1250, 2003
5802003
Aleuts, sea otters, and alternate stable-state communities
CA Simenstad, JA Estes, KW Kenyon
Science 200 (4340), 403-411, 1978
5371978
The sea otter (Enhydra lutris): behavior, ecology, and natural history
M Riedman, JA Estes
US Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service 90 (14), 1991
5021991
Pleistocene rewilding: an optimistic agenda for twenty-first century conservation
C Josh Donlan, J Berger, CE Bock, JH Bock, DA Burney, JA Estes, ...
The American Naturalist 168 (5), 660-681, 2006
5012006
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20