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David Strayer

Nakano, Daisuke, and David L. Strayer. 2014. “Biofouling Animals In Fresh Water: Biology, Impacts, And Ecosystem Engineering”. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment 12 (3): 167 - 175. doi:10.1890/130071.
Strayer, David L., Jonathan J. Cole, Stuart E. G. Findlay, David T. Fischer, Jessica A. Gephart, Heather M. Malcom, Michael L. Pace, and Emma J. Rosi-Marshall. 2014. “Decadal-Scale Change In A Large-River Ecosystem”. Bioscience 64 (6): 496 - 510. doi:10.1093/biosci/biu061.
Harris, Cornelia, David L. Strayer, and Stuart E. G. Findlay. 2014. “The Ecology Of Freshwater Wrack Along Natural And Engineered Hudson River Shorelines”. Hydrobiologia 722 (1): 233 - 245. doi:10.1007/s10750-013-1706-3.
Strayer, David L. 2013. “Endangered Freshwater Invertebrates (2013)”. In S.a. Levin, Ed. Encyclopedia Of Biodiversity, 2nd ed., 3:176-187. Academic Press.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2013. “Long-Term Change In The Hudson River's Bivalve Populations: A History Of Multiple Invasions (And Recovery?)”. In T.f. Nalepa And D.w. Schloesser, Eds. Quagga And Zebra Mussels: Biology, Impacts, And Control. Second Edition.
Limburg, K. E., D. P. Swaney, and David L. Strayer. 2013. “River Ecosystems”. In S.a. Levin, Ed. Encyclopedia Of Biodiversity, Second Edition, 213-231. Academic Press.
Strayer, David L., and J. R. Waldman. 2013. “Beware Marauding Carp”. New York Times.
Strayer, David L. 2013. “Book Review: North American Freshwater Mussels: Natural History, Ecology And Conservation W. H.haag (2012). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.k.”. Freshwater Biology. doi:10.1111/fwb.2013.58.issue-510.1111/fwb.12119.
Strayer, David L. 2013. “Mysterious Mollusks Multiplying In Valley”. Poughkeepsie Journal.
Strayer, David L. 2013. “Pot Smokers May Be Green, But Growers Usually Aren't”. Poughkeepsie Journal.