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Heather Malcom

Senior Research Specialist/Safety Officer

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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., David T. Fischer, Stephen K. Hamilton, Heather M. Malcom, Michael L. Pace, and Christopher T. Solomon. 2020. “Long‐Term Variability And Density Dependence In Hudson River Dreissena Populations”. Freshwater Biology 65 (3). Wiley: 474-489. doi:10.1111/fwb.13444.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2018. “Long-Term Responses Of Native Bivalves (Unionidae And Sphaeriidae) To A Dreissena Invasion”. Freshwater Science 37 (4): 697 - 711. doi:10.1086/700571.
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.
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.
Strayer, David L., Stuart E. G. Findlay, D.M. Miller, Heather M. Malcom, David T. Fischer, and Thomas Coote. 2012. “Biodiversity In Hudson River Shore Zones: Influence Of Shoreline Type And Physical Structure”. Aquat. Sci. 74: 597-610. doi:10.1007/s00027-012-0252-9.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2012. “Causes Of Recruitment Failure In Freshwater Mussel Populations In Southeastern New York”. Ecological Applications 22 (6): 1780 - 1790. doi:10.1890/11-1536.1.
Strayer, David L., N. Cid, and Heather M. Malcom. 2011. “Long-Term Changes In A Population Of An Invasive Bivalve And Its Effects”. Oecologia 165: 1063-1072.
Pace, Michael L., David L. Strayer, David T. Fischer, and Heather M. Malcom. 2010. “Recovery Of Native Zooplankton Associated With Increased Mortality Of An Invasive Mussel”. Ecosphere 1: W07415. doi:10.1890/ES10-00002.1.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2007. “Effects Of Zebra Mussels (Dreissena Polymorpha) On Native Bivalves: The Beginning Of The End Or The End Of The Beginning?”. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 26: 111-122.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2007. “Shell Decay Rates Of Native And Alien Freshwater Bivalves And Implications For Habitat Engineering”. Freshwater Biol. 52: 1611-1617.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2007. “Submersed Vegetation As Habitat For Invertebrates In The Hudson River Estuary”. Estuaries And Coasts 30: 253-264.
Strayer, David L., and Heather M. Malcom. 2006. “Long-Term Demography Of A Zebra Mussel (Dreissena Polymorpha) Population”. Freshwater Biol. 51: 117-130.
Strayer, David L., Heather M. Malcom, R.E. Bell, S.M. Carbotte, and F.O. Nitsche. 2006. “Using Geophysical Information To Define Benthic Habitats In A Large River”. Freshwater Biol. 51: 25-38.
Pace, Michael L., P. A. del Giorgio, David T. Fischer, R. Condon, and Heather M. Malcom. 2004. “Estimates Of Bacterial Production Using The Leucine Incorporation Method Are Influenced By Differences In Protein Retention Of Microcentrifuge Tubes”. Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 2: 55-61.
Strayer, David L., C. Lutz, Heather M. Malcom, K. Munger, and William H. Shaw. 2003. “Invertebrate Communities Associated With A Native (Vallisneria Americana) And An Alien (Trapa Natans) Macrophyte In A Large River”. Freshwater Biol. 48: 1938-1949.
Hall, Robert O., Gene E. Likens, and Heather M. Malcom. 2001. “Trophic Basis Of Invertebrate Production In Two Streams At The Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest”. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 29: 432-447.