DCSIMG


Alaska Publications

McCann, LD; Holzer, KK; Davidson, IC; Ashton, GV; Chapman, MD; Ruiz GM (2013) Promoting invasive species control and eradication in the sea: Options for managing the tunicate invader Didemnum vexillum in Sitka, Alaska. Marine Pollution Bulletin 77: 165-171 PDF

Cohen, CS; McCann, L; Davis, T; Shaw, L; Ruiz, G (2011) Discovery and significance of the colonial tunicate Didemnum vexillum in Alaska. Aquatic Bioinvasions 6(3):263-271PDF

Murray, CC; Pakhomov, EA; Therriault, TW (2011) Recreational boating: a large unregulated vector transporting marine invasive species. Diversity and Distributions. 1-12.PDF

Wang, VH (2011) Investigating Recent Invasions of a Colonial Tunicate Using Polymorphic Fusion Locus. Research Theses and Dissertations. California Sea Grant College Program. UC San Diego. 46 pp. PDF

Ruiz, GM and Hewitt, CL (2009) Latitudinal Patterns of Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems: A Polar Perspective. In I. Krupnik, MA Lang, & SE Miller (Eds). A Selection from Smithsonian at the Poles. Contributions to International Polar Year Science. (pp. 349-360) Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press. Washington, DC. PDF

Ruiz, GM; Huber, T; Larson, K; McCann, L; Steves, B; Fofonoff, P; Hines AH (2006) Biological Invasions in Alaska's Coastal Marine Ecosystems: Establishing a Baseline. Final Report Submitted to Prince William Sound Regional Citizen's Advisory Council & U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. 112 pgs. PDF

Lambert, G (2003) New records of ascidians from the NE Pacific: a new species of Trididemnum, range extension and redescription of Aplidiopsis pannosum (Ritter, 1899) including its larva, and several non-indigenous species. Zoosystema 25(4): 665-679.PDF

Lambert, G and Sanamyan, K. (2001) Distaplia alaskensis sp.nov. (Ascidiacea, Aplousobranchia) and other new ascidian records from south-central Alaska, with redescription of Ascidia columbiana (Huntsman, 1912). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 79: 1755-1781.PDF

Ruiz, GM; Hines, AH (2000) Biological Invasions of Cold-water Coastal Ecosystems: Ballast-mediated Introductions in Port Valdez/Prince William Sound, Alaska. Final Project Report. 15 March 2000. 340 pgs.PDF