2002 Publications

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Cooper, WJ, GM Dethloff, RW Gensemer, ML House, RA Mueller, GM Ruiz, WA Stubblefield, JR Cordell, PA Dinnel, RP Herwig, JA Kopp, RP Perrins, GM Sonnevil, and E VanderWende. 2002. Full-Scale Ozone Ballast Water Treatment for Removal of marine Invasive Species. Final Report.

Crooks, JA. 2002. Predators of the invasive mussel, Musculista senhousia.  Pacific Science. 56:49-56.

Drake, LA, GM Ruiz, BS Galil, TL Mullady, DO Friedmann, and FC Dobbs. 2002. Microbial ecology of ballast water during a transoceanic voyage and the effects of open-ocean exchange. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 233:13-20.

Drake LA, GM Ruiz, BS Galil, TL Mullady, DO Friedmann, and FC Dobbs. 2002. Voyage aboard the bulk carrier Hadera: changes in microorganism abundance and biomass over time and with respect to ballast water exchange. Aquatic Invaders. Digest of the Aquatic Nuisance Species Clearinghouse, New York Sea Grant. Volume 13(3): 7-12.

Galil B, GM Ruiz, and F Briand (editors). 2002. Executive summary. In: Alien marine organisms introduced by ships in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, p. 5-17. CIESM Worshop Monographs no. 20, Monaco.

Gray, NL, WC Banta,and GI Loeb. 2002. Aquatic biofouling larvae respond to differences in the mechanical properties of the surface on which they settle. Biofouling. 18(4):269-273.

Miller, AW, CL Hewitt, and GM Ruiz. 2002. Invasion success: does size really matter?  Ecology Letters 5:159-162.

Murphy, KR, D Ritz and CL Hewitt. 2002. Heterogeneous zooplankton distribution in a ship's ballast tanks. Journal of Plankton Research, 24:729-734.

Pandey, AK, KR Murphy, M Bednarski, S Heinemann, and M Doblin. 2002. Exotic Species in Ballast Water. Bergesen Horizon. pp. 28-29.

Ruiz GM. 2002. Propagule supply as a driver of biological invasions. In: Alien marine organisms introduced by ships in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, p. 83-86. CIESM Worshop Monographs no. 20, Monaco.

Ruiz GM and CL Hewitt. 2002. Toward understanding patters of coastal marine invasions: A prospectus. In: Invasive aquatic species of Europe, E. Leppakoski, S. Olenin, & S. Gollasch (editors), p. 529-547. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrect.

Walton WC, C MacKinnon, LF Rodriguez, C Proctor, and G Ruiz. 2002. Effect of an invasive crab upon a marine fishery: green crab, Carcinus maenas, predation upon a venerid clam, Katelysia scalarina, in Tasmania ( Australia ). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 272:171-189.

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