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Opening Pandora's bait box: a potent vector for biological invasions of live marine species.
Fowler, AE; Blakeslee, AMH; Canning-Clode, J; Repetto, MF, Phillip, AM; Carlton, JT; Moser, FC; Ruiz, GM; Miller, AW. 2016. Diversity and Distributions 22(1):30-42
 
Decoupling the response of an estuarine shrimp to architectural components of habitat structure.
Crooks, JA; Chang, AL; Ruiz, GM. 2016. PeerJ 4:1-17
 
West Virginia Invasive Species Strategic Plan and Voluntary Guidelines, 2014.
Anderson, R; Bailey, R; Brown, S; Byers, E; Cincotta, D; Clayton, J; Crum, J; Fregonara, J; Harmon, PJ; Jernecjec, F; Johansen, P; Kordek, W; Krantz, K; Mein, A; O’Bara, C; Preston, B; Vanderhorst, J; Welch, M. 2014. West Virginia Division of Natural Resouces, Wildlife Resources Section:1-75
 
Bushkill Township Invasive Species Management Program Handbook.
Smith, JE. 2014. Hanover Engineering:1-36
 
Using the Panama Canal to test predictions about tropical marine invasions.
2009. In Lang, MA; Macintyre, IG; Ratzler, K (Ed.), Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences, Number 38 (pp. 291-299). Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
 
Latitudinal patterns of biological invasions in marine ecosystems: a polar perspective.
2009. In Krupnik, I; Lang, MA; Miller, SE (Ed.), Smithsonian at the Poles: Contributions to International Polar Year Science (pp. 347-358). Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
 
Discriminatory predation by three invertebrates on eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) compared with non-native Suminoe oysters (C-ariakensis).
Kennedy, VS; Shaw, KS; Newell, RI. 2009. Invertebrate Biology 128(1):16-25
 
Re-homing exotic species--a pilot program to prevent release of exotic aquatic pet species.
Lazur, AM; Hanessian, R. 2008. Journal of Extension 46(1):1-4
 
Effects of small-scale disturbance on invasion success in marine communities.
Altman, S; Whitlatch, RB. 2007. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342(1):15-29
 
The non-native solitary ascidian Ciona intestinalis (L.) depresses species richness.
Blum, JC; Chang, AL; Liljesthrom, M; Schenk, ME; Steinberg, MK; Ruiz, GM. 2007. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342(1):5-14
 
The colonial ascidian Didemnum sp A: Current distribution, basic biology and potential threat to marine communities of the northeast and west coasts of North America.
Bullard, SG; Lambert, G; Carman, MR; Byrnes, J; Whitlatch, RB; Ruiz, G; Miller, RJ; Harris, L; Valentine, PC; Collie, JS; Pederson, J; McNaught, DC; Cohen, AN; Asch, RG; Dijkstra, J; Heinonen, K. 2007. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342(1):99-108
 
Variation in the ability of Didemnum sp to invade established communities.
Osman, RW; Whitlatch, RB. 2007. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 342(1):40-53
 
Larval development rate predicts range expansion of an introduced crab.
deRivera, CE; Hitchcock, NG; Teck, SJ; Steves, BP; Hines, AH; Ruiz, GM. 2007. Marine Biology 150(6):1275-1288
 
Comparative vulnerability to predators, and induced defense responses, of eastern oysters Crassostrea virginica and non-native Crassostrea ariakensis oysters in Chesapeake Bay.
Newell, RIE; Kennedy, VS; Shaw, KS. 2007. Marine Biology 152(2):449-460
 
Non-native bryozoans in coastal embayments of the Southern United States: New records for the western Atlantic.
McCann, LD; Hitchcock, NG; Winston, JE; Ruiz, GM. 2007. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(2):319-342
 
Potential microbial bioinvasions via ships' ballast water, sediment, and biofilm.
Drake, LA; Doblin, MA; Dobbs, FC. 2007. Marine Pollution Bulletin 55:333-341
 
Shipping patterns associated with the Panama Canal: effects on biotic exchange?
2006. In Gollasch, S; Gail, BS; Cohen, AN (Ed.), Bridging Divides: Maritime Canals as Invasions Corridors (pp. 113-126). Springer
 
Acute toxicity of 5% rotenone to northern snakeheads.
Lazur, A; Early, S; Jacobs, JM. 2006. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26(3):628-630
 
Vector science and integrated vector management in bioinvasion ecology: conceptual frameworks.
2005. In Mooney, HA; Mack, RN; McNeely, JA; Neville, LE; Schei, PJ; Waage, JK (Ed.), Invasive Alien Species: A New Synthesis (pp. 37-58). Island Press
 
Reducing propagule supply and cosateal invasions via ships: effects of emerging strategies.
Minton, MS; Verling, E; Miller, AW; Ruiz, GM. 2005. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3(6):304-308
 
Epifaunal disturbance by periodic low levels of dissolved oxygen: native vs. invasive species response.
Jewett, EB; Hines, AH; Ruiz, GM. 2005. Marine Ecology Progress Series 304:31-44
 
First North American record of the ascidian Perophora japonica.
Lambert, G. 2005. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 85(4):1011-1012
 
In ships or on ships? Mechanisms of transfer and invasion for nonnative species to the coasts of North America.
2003. In Ruiz, GM; Carlton, JT (Ed.), Invasive Species: Vectors and Management Strategies (pp. 152-182). Island Press
 

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