PhD, Oregon State University
BA, Dartmouth College
Marine community ecology, species interactions, abiotic factors influencing species distributions
Courses Regularly Taught
Evolution & Biodiversity, Phycology, Coastal Ecology
Miner, C.M., J.L. Burnaford, R.F. Ambrose, L. Antrim, H. Bohlmann, C.A. Blanchette, J.M. Engle, S.C. Fradkin, R. Gaddam, C.D.G. Harley, B.G. Miner, S.N. Murray, J.R. Smith, S.G. Whitaker, and P.T. Raimondi (2018). Large-scale impacts of sea star wasting disease (SSWD) on intertidal sea stars and implications for recovery. PLOS ONE, in press.
Murray, S.N., S.B. Weisberg, P.T. Raimondi, R.F. Ambrose, C.A. Bell, C.A. Blanchette, J.L. Burnaford, M.N. Dethier, J.M. Engle, M.S. Foster, C.M. Miner, K.J. Nielsen, J.S. Pearse, D.V. Richards, and J.R. Smith. 2016. Evaluating ecological states of rocky intertidal communities: a best professional judgment exercise. Ecological Indicators 60: 802‐814.
Burnaford, J.L., K.J. Nielsen, and S.L. Williams. 2014. Celestial mechanics affects emersion time and cover patterns of an ecosystem engineer, the intertidal kelp Saccharina sessilis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 509: 127‐136.
Burnaford, J.L., S.Y. Henderson, and B. Pernet. 2011. Assemblage shift following population collapse of a non-indigenous bivalve in an urban lagoon. Marine Biology 158: 1915-1927.
Burnaford, J. L., and M. Vasquez*. 2008. Solar radiation plays a role in habitat selection by th seastar Pisaster ochraceus . Marine Ecology Progress Series 368:177-187.
Hofmann, G. E., J.L. Burnaford, and K.T. Fielman. 2005. Genomics-fueled approaches to current challenges in marine ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20:305-311.
Burnaford, J.L. 2004. Habitat modification and refuge from sublethal stress drive a marine plant-herbivore association. Ecology 85: 2837-2849.
Folt, C. L., C.Y. Chen, M.V. Moore and J. Burnaford. 1999. Synergism and antagonism among multiple stressors. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 864-877.
* indicates a student co-author