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Finnoff, D,  Potapov, A, and Lewis, MA. (2010). Second best policies on invasive species management: When are they "good enough"? In Bioinvasions and Globalization. Eds. C Perrings, H Mooney and M Williamson. Oxford University Press.

Finnoff, D, Potapov, A, and Lewis, MA. (2010). Control and the optimal management of a spreading invader.  Resource and Energy Economics.

Hilker, FM and Lewis, MA. (2010). Predator-prey systems in streams and rivers. Theoretical Ecology, DOI 10.1007/s12080-009-0062-4.

Jerde, C.L, Bampfylde, C.J., Lewis, M.A. (2009). Chance establishment for sexual, semelparous species: Overcoming the Allee effect.  American Naturalist,  DOI: 10.1086/598496.

Potapov, A.B., Lewis, M.A. (2008). Allee effect and control of lake system invasion. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 70:1371-1397.

Drake, J.M. & Jerde, C.L. (2008). Stochastic models of propagule pressure and establishment. In Bioeconomics of invasive species: Integrating ecology, economics, policy, and management, R Keller, Lewis, M.A., D Lodge & J Shogren (Eds).  Oxford University Press.  In press.

Herborg, L.M., Jerde, C.L., Lodge, D.M., Ruiz, G.M., & MacIsaac, H.J. (2007). Predicting the North American distribution of Chinese mitten crabs (Eriocheir sinensis) using measures of propagule pressure and environmental niche models. Ecological Applications, 17(3): 663-674.

Jerde, C.L., & Lewis, M.A. (2007). Waiting for invasions: a framework for arrival of non-indigenous species.  The American Naturalist, 170(1): 1-9.

Muirhead, J.R., Gray, D.K., Kelly, D.W., Ellis S.M., Heath, D.D., & MacIsaac, H.J. (2008). Identifying the source of species invasions: sampling intensity vs. genetic diversity. Molecular Ecology 17:1020-1035.

Steinberg, A., Ejsmont-Karabin,J., Muirhead, J.R. & MacIsaac, H.J. (2008). Quantifying spatial and temporal variation in rotifer communities. Hydrobiologia. In press.

Wonham, M.J. & Lewis, M.A. (2008). Marine Invasions: Current and Future Approaches. In G Rilov & J Crooks, eds, Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems: Ecological Management and Geographic Perspectives.


Affiliated Researchers

  • C. Jerde, Notre Dame;
  • J.M. Drake, Notre Dame;
  • C. Bampfylde, Alberta Government;
  • D.M. Lodge, Notre Dame;
  • L.M. Herborg, Great Lakes Instit for Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • H.J. Macisaac, Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • D. K. Gray, Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • D.W. Kelly,  Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • S.M. Ellis, Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • D.D. Heath, Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • J. Ejsmont-Karabin, Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • A. Steinberg Great Lakes Instit For Environ. Res., Windsor;
  • G.M. Ruiz, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Maryland;
  • M.J. Wonham, Independent Researcher, BC;   
  • M. Wittmann, Student, LMU, Munich


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