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David Strayer

Lacy, A, Y Jin, David L. Strayer, and S Lenhart. (2024 FEB 21AD) 2024. “Modeling The Population Dynamics And Movement Of Zebra Mussels”. Journal Of Difference Equations And Applications. doi:10.1080/10236198.2024.2302015.
Limburg, Karin E., Dennis P. Swaney, and David L. Strayer. 2024. “River Ecosystems”. In Encyclopedia Of Biodiversity, 600-619. Elsevier. doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-822562-2.00053-0.
Strayer, David L. (04/2022AD) 2022. “Think Locally And Act Globally On Invasive Species”. Natural Areas Journal 42 (108). Natural Areas Association. doi:10.3375/0885-8608-42.2.108.
Strayer, David L. 2022. “Comment: Novak Et Al. (2021) Overestimated The Successes Of Species Translocations And Minimized Their Risks”. Conservation Science And Practice 4 (7). Wiley. doi:10.1111/csp2.12694.
Geist, JA, JL Mancuso, MM Morin, KP Bommarito, EN Bovee, D Wendell, B Burroughs, MR Luttenton, David L. Strayer, and SD Tiegs. (APR) 2022. “The New Zealand Mud Snail (Potamopyrgus Antipodarum): Autecology And Management Of A Global Invader”. Biological Invasions 24 (4): 905-938, . doi:10.1007/s10530-021-02681-7.
Ostfeld, Richard S., Kathleen C. Weathers, David L. Strayer, and Gene E. Likens. 2021. “Ecology Of Lyme Disease”. In Fundamentals Of Ecosystem Science, 2ndnd ed.. London, UK: Academic Press.
2021. Fundamentals Of Ecosystem Science. Kathleen C. Weathers, Strayer, David L., and Likens, Gene E. 2nd ed.. Elsevier. doi:10.1016/c2015-0-01951-7.
Strayer, David L., Stephen K. Hamilton, and Heather M. Malcom. 2021. “Long‐Term Increases In Shell Thickness In Elliptio Complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae) In The Freshwater Tidal Hudson River”. Freshwater Biology 66 (7). Wiley: 1375-1381. doi:10.1111/fwb.13723.
Strayer, David L. 2020. “Non‐Native Species Have Multiple Abundance–Impact Curves”. Ecology And Evolution 10 (13). Wiley: 6833-6843. doi:
Robertson, P. A., A. Mill, A. Novoa, J. M. Jeschke, F. Essl, B. Gallardo, J. Geist, et al. (Sep) 2020. “A Proposed Unified Framework To Describe The Management Of Biological Invasions”. Biological Invasions 22 (9): 2633-2645+.