Cheryl A. Zimmer

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Background[edit]

Cheryl A. Zimmer is a North American evolutionary biologist whose research interests are focused marine population ecology, specifically the role of hydrodynamics as a driving force in the evolution of marine life. She is a professor in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles.[1] There she runs the Zimmer Lab, in collaboration with her husband and colleague Richard Zimmer.

Publications[edit]

  • Zimmer, C.A., V.R. Starczak, and R.K. Zimmer, "Flocs, flows, and mechanisms decoupling larval supply and settlement", Limnology and Oceanography (in press), - (2012).
  • Himes, J.E., J.A. Riffell, C.A. Zimmer and R.K. Zimmer, "Sperm chemotaxis as revealed with live and synthetic eggs", Biological Bulletin, 220 : 1-5 (2011).
  • Zimmer, R.K. and C.A. Zimmer, "Dynamic scaling in chemical ecology", Journal of Chemical Ecology, 38 : 822-836 (2008).
  • Simmons, S.A., R.K. Zimmer and C.A. Zimmer, "Life in the lee: Local distributions and orientations of honeycomb worms along the California coast", Journal of Marine Research, 63 : 623-643 (2005).
  • Garland, E.D., C.A. Zimmer and S.J. Lentz, "Larval distributions in inner-shelf waters: The roles of wind-driven cross-shelf currents and diel vertical migrations", Limnology and Oceanography, 47 : 803-817 (2002).
  • Garland, E.D., and C.A. Zimmer, "Hourly variations in planktonic larval concentrations on the inner shelf: Emerging patterns and processes", Journal of Marine Research, 60 : 311-325 (2002).
  • Garland, E.D., and C.A. Zimmer, "Techniques for the identification of bivalve larvae", Marine Ecology Progress Series, 225 : 299-310 (2002).
  • Sisson, J.D., J. Shimeta, C.A. Zimmer, and P. Traykovski, "Mapping epibenthic assemblages and their relations to sedimentary features in shallow-water, high-energy environments", Continental Shelf Research, 22 : 565-583 (2002).
  • Shimeta, J., V.R. Starczak, O.M. Ashiru, and C.A. Zimmer, "Influences of benthic boundary-layer flow on feeding rates of ciliates and flagellates at the sediment-water interface", Limnology and Oceanography, 46 : 1709-1719 (2001).
  • Snelgrove, P.V.R., J.P. Grassle and C.A. Zimmer, "Adult effects on Capitella sp. I larval settlement: A laboratory flume study", Journal of Marine Research, 59 : 657-674 (2001).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cheryl Ann Zimmer". Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Faculty Pages.