Predicting impact of freshwater exotic species on native biodiversity: Challenges in spatial scaling
Lodge, David M.; Stein, Roy A.; Brown, Kenneth M.; Covich, Alan P.; Bronmark, Christer; Garvey, James E.; Klosiewski, Steven P. (1998)
Global homogenization of biota is underway through worldwide introduction and establishment of nonindigenous (exotic) species. Freshwater ecologists should devote more attention to exotic species for two reasons. First, ...
Biological Invasion Theory: Darwin's Contributions from The Origin of Species
Ludsin, Stuart A.; Wolfe, Andrea D. (2001)
Assessing Population Responses to Multiple Anthropogenic Effects: A Case Study with Brook Trout
Marschall, Elizabeth A.; Crowder, Larry B. (1996)
Population declines are often caused by multiple factors, including anthropogenic ones that can be mitigated or reversed to enhance population recovery. We used a size-classified matrix population model to examine multiple ...
Increased parental care cost for nest-guarding fish in a lake with hyperabundant nest predators
Steinhart, Geoffrey B.; Weaver, Stephanie; Stein, Roy A.; Marschall, Elizabeth A.; Sandrene, Melissa E. (2005)
Although parental care increases offspring survival, providing care is costly, reducing parental growth and survival and, thereby, compromising future reproductive success. To determine if an exotic benthic predator might ...