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Clarke, G.L. 1933 Observations on the penetration of daylight into mid-Atlantic and coastal waters. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 65(2):317-337.
Wilson: paper
Clarke, G.L. 1934 Further observations on the diurnal migration of copepods in the Gulf of Maine. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(3):432-455, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-4.
Wilson: paper
Clarke, G.L. 1934

The diurnal migration of copepods in St. Georges Harbor, Bermuda.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(3):456-460, l tab. (xii-1934)
 
Clarke, G.L. 1940 Comparative richness of zooplankton in coastal and offshore areas of the Atlantic. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 78:226-255, figs. 1-9, map. (iv-1940)
Wilson: paper
Clarke, G.L. & D.D. Bonnet 1939 The influence of temperature on the survival, growth and respiration of Calanus finmarchicus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 76:371-383, figs. 1-2. (vi-1939)
Wilson: paper
Fasten, N. 1921

Another male copepod of the genus Salmincola from the gills of the Chinook salmon.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 41(3):121-124, pl. 1. (ix-1921)
Wilson: paper
Fasten, N. 1914

Fertilization in the parasitic copepod, Lernaeopoda edwardsii Olsson.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 27(2):115-126, pls. 1-3. (viii-1914)
Wilson: paper
Fasten, N. 1916

The eye of the parasitic copepod, Salmincola edwardsii Olsson (Lernaeopoda edwardsii Olsson).

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 31(6):407-418, figs., pls. 1-3. (xii-1916)
Wilson: paper
Blades-Eckelbarger, P.I. & N.H. Marcus 1992

The origin of cortical vesicles and their role in egg envelope formation in the 'spiny' eggs of a calanoid copepod, Centropages velificatus.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 182(1):41-53, figs. 1-28.
Wilson: paper
Björnberg, T.K.S. & K.M. Wilbur 1968 Copepod phototaxis and vertical migration influenced by xanthene dyes. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 134(3):398-410, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1968)
Wilson: paper
Miller, C.B., D.M. Nelson, R.R.L. Guillard & B.L. Woodward 1980 Effects of media with low silicic acid concentration on tooth formation in Acartia tonsa Dana (Copepoda, Calanoida). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 159(2):349-363, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-3. (x-1980)
 
Buskey, E.J. & E. Swift 1985 Behavioral responses of oceanic zooplankton in simulated bioluminescence. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 168(2):263-275, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (iv-1985)
 
Byrnes, E.F. 1903 Heterogeny and variation in some of the Copepoda of Long Island. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 5(3):152-168, figs. 1-5. (viii-1903)
Wilson: paper
Byrnes, E.F. 1906

Two transitional stages in the development of Cyclops signatus var. coronatus. A preliminary note.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 10(5):193-196, pls.7-8 (iv-1906)
Wilson: paper
Byrnes, E.F. 1919

Experiments in breeding as a means of determining some relationships among Cyclops.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 37(1):40-48, pls. 1-3. (vii-1919)
Wilson: paper
Barlow, J.P. 1955 Physical and biological processes determining the distribution of zooplankton in a tidal estuary. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 109:211-225, figs. 1-5. (x-1955)
 
Coull, B.C. & B.W. Dudley 1976 Delayed naupliar development of meiobenthic copepods. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 150(1):38-46, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (ii-1976)
Wilson: paper
Hourdez, S., J. Lamontagne, P. Peterson, R.E. Weber & C.R. Fisher 2000 Hemoglobin from a deep-sea hydrothermal-vent copepod. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 199(2): 95-99.
 
Holmes, S.J. 1909 Sex recognition in Cyclops. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 16:313-315. (v-1909)
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1984 Variation in the diapause response of Labidocera aestiva (Copepoda: Calanoida) from different latitudes and its importance in the evolutionary process. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 166(1):127-139, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-3. (ii-1984)
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1982 The reversibility of subitaneous and diapause egg production by the individual females of Labidocera aestiva (Copepoda: Calanoida). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 162(1):39-44, fig. 1, tab. 1. (ii-1982)
 
Marcus, N.H. 1982 Photoperiodic and temperature regulation of diapause in Labidocera aestiva (Copepoda: Calanoida). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 162(1):45-52, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (ii-1982)
 
Marcus, N.H. 1979 On the population biology and nature of diapause of Labidocera aestiva (Copepoda: Calanoida). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 157(2):297-305, figs. 1-2, tab. 1. (x-1979)
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1980 Photoperiodic control of diapause in the marine calanoid copepod Labidocera aestiva. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 159(2):311-3l8, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (x-1980)
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1987 Differences in the duration of egg diapause of Labidocera aestiva (Copepoda: Calanoida) from the Woods Hole, Massachusetts, region. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 173(1):169-177, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-2.
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1989 Abundance in bottom sediments and hatching requirements of eggs of Centropages hamatus (Copepoda: Calanoida) from the Alligator Harbor region, Florida. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 176(2):142-146. figs. 1-2, tab. 1. (iv.1989)
Wilson: paper
Marcus, N.H. 1991

Planktonic copepods in a sub-tropical estuary: seasonal patterns in the abundance of adults, copepodites, nauplii, and eggs in the sea bed.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 181(2):269-274, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-4.
Wilson: paper
Turner, J.T. 1987 Zooplankton feeding ecology: content of fecal pellets of the copepod Centropages velificatus from waters near the mouth of the Mississippi River. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 173(2):377-386.
Wilson: paper
Umminger, B.L. 1968 Polarotaxis in copepods. 1. An endogenous rhythm in polarotaxis in Cyclops vernalis and its relation to vertical migration. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 135(1):239-251, figs. 1-4. (viii-1968)
Wilson: paper
Umminger, B.L. 1968 Polarotaxis in copepods. 2. The ultrastuructural basis and ecological significance of polarized light sensitivity in copepods. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 135(1):252-261, fig. 1, tab. 1. (viii-1968)
Wilson: paper
Yen, J. 2000 Life in transition: balancing inertial and viscous forces by planktonic copepods. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 198(2):213-224.
 
Schallek, W. 1942 The vertical migration of the copepod Acartia tonsa under controlled illumination. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 82(1):112-126, figs. 1-7. (ii-1942)
 
Schallek, W. 1943 The reaction of certain Crustacea to direct and diffuse light. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 84:98-105.
 
Volkmann-Rocco, B. 1972 The effect of delayed fertilization in some species of the genus Tisbe (Copepoda, Harpacticoida). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 142(3):520-529, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1972)
Wilson: paper
Hegner, R.W. 1908 An intra-nuclear mitotic figure in the oöcyte of a copepod, Canthocamptus staphylinus Jur. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 14:321-323, figs. 1-2. (v-1908)
 
Fuller, J.L. 1937 Feeding rate of Calanus finmarchicus in relation to environmental conditions. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 72:233-246, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-5. (iv-1937)
Wilson: paper
Fuller, J.L. & G.L. Clarke 1936

Further experiments on the feeding of Calanus finmarchicus.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 70(2):308-320, figs. 1-2, 4 tables.
Wilson: paper
McClendon, J.F. 1906

On the development of the parasitic copepods. Part 1.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 12(1):37-52, pl. 1., 3 text figs. (xii-1906)
Wilson: paper
McClendon, J.F. 1907

On the development of parasitic copepods. Part II.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 12(2):53-88, pls. 2-5., 1 tab., 1 text fig. (i-1907)
Wilson: paper
McClendon, J.F. 1907

The spermatogenesis of Pandarus sinuatus Say.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 13(3):114-120, pl. 1. (viii-1907)
Wilson: paper
McLaren, I.A. 1976

Inheritance of demographic and production parameters in the marine copepod Eurytemora herdmani.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 151(1):200-213, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-6. (viii-1976)
Wilson: paper
McLaren, I.A. 1966 Predicting development rate of copepod eggs. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 131:457-469, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (xii-1966)
Wilson: paper
McLaren, I.A. & C.J. Corkett 1978

Unusual genetic variation of body size, development times, oil storage, and survivalship in the marine copepod Pseudocalanus.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 155(2):347-359, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3. (x-1978)
Wilson: paper
McLaren, I.A., C.J. Corkett & E.J. Zillioux 1969

Temperature adaptations of copepod eggs from the Arctic to the tropics.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 137(3):486-493, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (xii-1969)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. 1934

The developmental stages of the copepod Epilabidocera amphitrites McMurrich.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(3):466-483, figs. 1-15., 2 table (xii-1934)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. 1934

The life history of the copepod Tortanus discaudatus (Thompson and Scott).

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(1):182-200, pls. 1-4. 2 tables(viii-1934)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. 1935

The developmental stages of Labidocera.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 68(2):397-421, pls. 1-5., 2 tables (vi-1935)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. 1938 The effect of light on the vertical movement of Acartia clausi (Giesbrecht). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 75:106-118, figs. 1-6.
 
Johnson, M.W. & J.B. Olson 1948

The life history and biology of a marine harpacticoid copepod, Tisbe furcata (Baird).

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 95(3):320-332, figs. 1-18, pls. 1-2, 1 table (xii-1948)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, M.W. & J.E.G. Raymont 1939 The reactions of the planktonic copepod, Centropages typicus, to light and gravity. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 77(2):200-215.
 
Johnson, W.H. 1938 The effect of light on the vertical movements of Acartia clausi (Giesbrecht). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 75(1):106-118, figs. 1-6. (viii-1938)
Wilson: paper
Johnson, W.H. & J.E.G. Raymond 1939 The reactions of the planktonic copepod, Centropages typicus, to light and gravity. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 77(2):200-215, tabs. 1-5. (x-1939)
Wilson: paper
Latz, M.I., T.M. Frank, M.R. Bowlby, M.R. Widder & J.F. Case 1987 Variability in flash characteristics of a bioluminescent copepod. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 173(3):489-503, figs.
Wilson: paper
Lance, J. 1964 The salinity tolerance of some estuarine planktonic crustaceans. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 127(1):108-118, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (viii-1964)
 
MacGinitie, G.E. 1934 The egg-laying activities of the Sea Hare, Tethys californicus Cooper. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(2):300-303.
 
Hasler, A.D. 1935 The physiology of digestion of plankton Crustacea. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 68(2):207-214. (iv-1935)
 
Hasler, A.D. 1937 The physiology of digestion in plankton Crustacea. II. Further studies on the digestive enzymes of (A) Daphnia and Polyphemus; (B) Diaptomus and Calanus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 72(3):290-298. (vi-1937)
 
Hartline, D.K., E.J. Buskey & P.H. Lenz 1999

Rapid jumps and bioluminescence elicited by controlled hydrodynamic stimuli in a mesopelagic copepod, Pleuromamma xiphias.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 197(2):132-143.
Wilson: paper
Cubbage, A., D. Lawrence, G. Tomasky & I. Valiela 1999 Relationship of reproductive output in Acartia tonsa, chlorophyll concentration, and land-derived nitrogen loads in estuaries of Waquiot Bay, Massachusetts. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 197(2):294-295.
 
Briggs, R.P. 1979 Fine structure of musculature in the copepod Paranthessius anemoniae Claus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 157(1):112-124, figs. 1-6, tab. 1. (viii-1979)
 
Siegfried, C.A. & M.E. Kopache 1980 Feeding of Neomysis mercedis (Holmes). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 159:193-205.
 
Wyngaard, G.A. 1986 Heritable life history variation in widely separated populations of Mesocyclops edax (Crustacea: Copepoda). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 170(2):296-304.
Wilson: paper
Wyngaard, G.A. 1986 Genetic differentiation of life history traits in populations of Mesocyclops edax (Crustacea: Copepoda). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 170(2):279-295.
Wilson: paper
Johnsen, Sönke 2001 Hidden in plain sight: The ecology and physiology of organismal transparency. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 201:301-318.
 
Kuzirian, A.M., E.C.S. Terry, D.L. Bechtel & P.L. James 2001 Hydrogen peroxide: An effective treatment for ballast water. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 201:297-299.
 
Bowlby, M.R. & J.F. Case 1991

Ultrastructure and neuronal control of luminous cells in the copepod Gaussia princeps.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 180(3):440-446.
Wilson: paper
Hairston, N.G., Jr. & E.J. Olds 1986 Partial photoperiodic control of diapause in three populations of the freshwater copepod Diaptomus sanguinesus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 171(1):135-142.
Wilson: paper
Hairston, N.G., Jr. & C.M. Kearns 1995 The interaction of photoperiod and temperature in diapause timing: a copepod example. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 189(1):42-48.
Wilson: paper
Hairston, N.G., Jr. 1986 Partial photoperiodic control of diapause in three populations of the freshwater copepod Diaptomus sanguineus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 171:135-142.
 
Chen, D.S., G. van Dykhuizen, J. Hodge & W.F. Gilly 1996 Ontogeny of copepod predation in juvenile squid (Loligo opalescens). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 190(1):69-81.
 
Shaffer, P.L. 1979 The feeding biology of Podarke pugettensis (Polychaeta: Hesionidae). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 156:343-355.
 
Redfield, A.C. 1941 The effect of the circulation of water on the distribution of the calanoid community in the Gulf of Maine. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 80(1):86-110, figs. 1-12. (ii-1941)
Wilson: paper
Lonsdale, D.J. & J.S. Levinton 1985 Latitudinal differentiation in embryonic duration, egg size, and newborn survival in a harpacticoid copepod. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 168(3):419-431, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3. (vi-1985)
Wilson: paper
Lonsdale, D.J. & S.H. Jónasdóttir 1990 Geographic variation in naupliar growth and survival in a harpacticoid copepod. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 179(1):113-120, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2.
Wilson: paper
Gibor, A. 1956 Some ecological relationships between phyto- and zooplankton. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 111:230-234.
 
Bond, R.M. 1934 Digestive enzymes of the pelagic copepod Calanus finmarchicus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67:461-465.
Wilson: paper
Dodds, G.S. 1920 Entomostraca and life zones. A study of distribution in the Colorado Rockies. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 39(2):89-107. (viii-1920).
Wilson: paper
Chambers, R., Jr. 1912 A discussion of Cyclops viridis Jurine. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 22:291-296, figs. 1-2. (iv-1912)
Wilson: paper
David, C.N. & R.J. Conover 1961 Preliminary investigations on the physiology and ecology of luminescence in the copepod, Metridia lucens. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 121(1):92-107, figs. 1-7, tab. 1. (viii-1961)
Wilson: paper
Davis, C.C. 1959

Osmotic hatching in the eggs of some freshwater copepods.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 116(1):15-29, figs. 1-7, tab. (ii-1959)
Wilson: paper
Fish, C.J. 1936

The biology of Calanus finmarchicus in the Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 70(1):118-141, figs. 1-11., 6 tables (ii-1936)
Wilson: paper
Fish, C.J. 1936

The biology of Oithona similis in the Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 71(1):168-187, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-4. (viii-1936)
Wilson: paper
Fish, C.J. 1936

The biology of Pseudocalanus minutus in the Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 70(2):193-216, figs. 1-9., 7 tables (iv-1936)
Wilson: paper
Bradley, B.P. 1975 The anomalous influence of salinity on temperature tolerances of summer and winter populations of the copepod Eurytemora affinis. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 148(1):26-34, tabs. 1-5. (ii-1975)
Wilson: paper
Bradley, B.P. 1978

Increase in range of temperature tolerance by acclimation in the copepod Eurytemora affinis.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 154(2):177-187, tabs. 1-5. (iv-1978)
Wilson: paper
Bradley, B.P. & P.A. Ketzner 1982

Genetic and non-genetic variability in temperature tolerance of the copepod Eurytemora affinis in five temperature regimes.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 162(3):233-245, tabs. 1-7. (vi-1982)
Wilson: paper
Welsh, J.H. 1933 Light intensity and the extent of activity of locomotor muscles as opposed to cilia. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 65(2):168-174, tabs. 1-3. (x-1933)
 
Welsh, J.H., F.A. Chace & R.F. Nunnemacher 1937 The diurnal migration of deep water animals. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 73(2):185-196, figs. 1-7. (x-1937)
Wilson: paper
Waterman, T.H., R.F. Nunnemacher, F.A. Chace Jr. & G.L. Clarke 1939 Diurnal vertical migrations of deep-water plankton. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 76:256-279, figs. 1-6. (iv-1939)
 
Watzin, M.C. 1985 Interactions among temporary and permanent meiofauna: observations on the feeding and behavior of selected taxa. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 169(2):397-416, fig. 1, tabs. 1-8. (x-1985)
 
Tepper, B. & B.P. Bradley 1989 Temporal changes in a natural population of copepods. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 176(1):32-40.
Wilson: paper
Pennington, J.T. & F.S. Chia 1985 Gastropod torsion: a test of Garstang's hypothesis. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 169(2):391-396.
 
Witschi, E. 1934 On determinative cleavage and yolk formation in harpacticoid copepod, Tisbe furcata (Baird). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 67(2):335-340, figs. 1-15. (xii-1934)
Wilson: paper
Wilson, C.B. 1905 Habits and life history of parasitic copepods. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 8(4):236-237. (iii-1905)
Wilson: paper
Williams-Howze, J. & B.C. Coull 1992 Are temperature and photoperiod necessary cues for encystment in the marine benthic harpacticoid copepod Heteropsyllus nunni Coull? Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 182(1):109-116.
Wilson: paper
Wilson, C.B. 1901 The habits and life history of Argulus with reference to its economic importance. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 2(6):332-333. (Abstract.)
Wilson: paper
Willey, Ch.H. 1958 The morphology of the copepod Congericola pallida from the gills of Conger vulgaris taken at Woods Hole. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 115(2):370-371. (Abstract.) (x-1958)
 
Thompson, M.T. 1905

Immature specimens of Penella filosa.

Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 8(5):296-307, figs. 1-6. (iv-1905)
Wilson: PDF
Scott, W. 1909 An ecological study of the plankton of Shawnee Cave. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 17(6):386-406.
Wilson: paper
Leavitt, B.B. 1936 A quantitative study of the vertical distribution of the larger zooplankton in deep water. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 68(1):115-130, fig.1-3, tab.5.
 
Leavitt, B.B. 1938 The quantitative vertical distribution of macrozooplankton in the Atlantic Ocean Basin. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 74:376-394, figs. 1-5. (vi-1938)
Wilson: paper
Kahan, D. 1988 Maternal inhibition of hatching at high population densities in Tigriopus japonicus (Copepoda, Crustacea). Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 174(2):139-144.
 
Bucklin, A. & L. Kann 1991 Mitochondrial DNA variation of copepods: Markers of species idetity and population differentiation in Calanus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 181(2):357.
 
Brown, A.F. 1991 Outbreeding depression as a cost of dispersal in the harpacticoid copepod, Tigriopus californicus. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 181(1):123-126, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (viii.1991)
 
Conover, R.J. 1960 The feeding behavior and respiration of some marine planktonic Crustacea. Biological Bulletin, Woods Hole
Volume: 119(3):399-415, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-3. (xii-1960)
Wilson: paper
Fabrizio, S., P. Pedrini & L. Marchesi 2003 Reconciling the dichotomy between single species and ecosystem conservation: black kites (Milvus migrans) and eutrophication in pre-Alpine lakes. Biological Conservation
Volume: 110(1):101-111.
 
Bongiorni, L., M. Mea, C. Gambi, A. Pusceddu, M. Taviani & R. Danovaro 2010 Deep-water scleractinian corals promote higher biodiversity in deep-sea meiofaunal assemblages along continental margins. Biological Conservation
Volume: 143(7):1687-1700.
 
Lawrence, D.J. & J.R. Cordell 2010 Relative contributions of domestic and foreign sourced ballast water to propagule pressure in Puget Sound, Washington, USA. Biological Conservation
Volume: 143(3):700-709.
 
Alsfeld, A.J., J.L. Bowman & A. Deller-Jacobs 2009 Effects of woody debris, microtopography, and organic matter amendments on the biotic community of constructed depressional wetlands. Biological Conservation
Volume: 142(2):247-255.
 
Reed, J.M., M.J. Leng, S. Ryan, S. Black, S. Altinsacli & H.I. Griffiths 2008 Recent habitat degradation in karstic Lake Uluabat, western Turkey: A coupled limnological–palaeolimnological approach. Biological Conservation
Volume: 141(11):2765-2783.
 
Reissig, M., C. Trochine, C. Queimaliños, E. Balseiro & B. Modenutti 2006 Impact of fish introduction on planktonic food webs in lakes of the Patagonian Plateau. Biological Conservation
Volume: 132(4):437-447.
 
Gascón, S., D. Boix & J. Sala 2009 Are different biodiversity metrics related to the same factors? A case study from Mediterranean wetlands. Biological Conservation
Volume: 142(11):2602-2612.
 
Ardura, A., A.R. Linde, J.C. Moreira & E. Garcia-Vazquez 2010

DNA barcoding for conservation and management of Amazonian commercial fish.

Biological Conservation
Volume: 143(6):1438-1443.
 
Roberts, D.A. & A.G.B. Poore 2006 Habitat configuration affects colonisation of epifauna in a marine algal bed. Biological Conservation
Volume: 127(1):18-26.
 
Leyse, K.E., S.P. Lawler & T. Strange 2004 Effects of an alien fish, Gambusia affinis, on an endemic California fairy shrimp, Linderiella occidentalis: implications for conservation of diversity in fishless waters. Biological Conservation
Volume: 118(1):57-65.
 
Britton, R.H. & A.R. Johnson 1987 An ecological account of a Mediterranean salina: the Salin de Giraud, Camargue (S. France). Biological Conservation, Barking, U.K.
Volume: 42(3):185-230. (Have partial copy.)
Wilson: paper
Fryer, G. 1972 Conservation of the Great Lakes of East Africa: a lesson and a warning. Biological Conservation, Barking, U.K.
Volume: 4(4):256-262, figs. 1-4. (vii-1972)
Wilson: paper
Tranchida, M.C., S.A. Pelizza, M.V. Micieli & A. Macia 2014

Consequences of the introduction of the planarian Girardia anceps (Tricladida: Dugesiidae) in artificial containers with larvae of the mosquitoes Aedes aegypti and Culex pipiens (Diptera: Culicidae) from Argentina.

Biological Control
Volume: 71:49-55. 10.1016/j.biocontrol.2014.01.005
 
Miller, D.H., R.G. Kreis, W.C. Huang & X. Xia 2010

Application of a lower food web ecosystem productivity model for investigating dynamics of the invasive species Bythotrephes longimanus in Lake Michigan.

Biological Invasions
Volume: 12(10):3513-3524.
 
Zenetos, A. 2010 Trend in aliens species in the Mediterranean. An answer to Galil, 2009 «Taking stock: inventory of alien species in the Mediterranean Sea» . Biological Invasions
Volume: 12(9):3379-3381.
 
Smith, L.D., M.J. Wonham, L.D. McCann, G.M. Ruiz A.H. Hines & J.T. Carlton 1999 Invasion pressure to a ballast-flooded estuary and an assessment of inoculant survival. Biological Invasions
Volume: 1:67-87.
 
Taylor, C.M. & I.C. Duggan 2012 Can biotic resistance be utilized to reduce establishment rates of non-indigenous species in constructed waters? Biological Invasions
Volume: 14(2):307-322.
 
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