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A protocol for the salvage and quarantine of unionid mussels from zebra mussel-infested waters

2000

Catherine M. Gatenby, Patricia A. Morrison, Richard J. Neves, and Bruce C. Parker

Publication Type: Journal Article

Transformation of Freshwater Ecosystems by Bivalves: A case study of zebra mussels in the Hudson River

1999

David L. Strayer, Nina F. Caraco, Jonathan J. Cole, Stuart Findlay, and Michael L. Pace

Publication Type: Journal Article

Selective Feeding and Biodeposition by Zebra Mussels and their Relation to Changes in Phytoplankton Composition and Seston Load

1998

Joseph M. Baker, Jeffrey S. Levinton, Josepha P. Kurdziel, and Sandra E. Shumway

Publication Type: Journal Article

A Review of the Biology and Ecology of the Quagga Mussel (Dreissena bugensis), a Second Species of Freshwater Dreissenid Introduced to North America

1996

Edward L. Mills, Gary Rosenberg, Adrian P. Spidle, Michael Ludyanski, Yuri Pligin, & Bernie May

Publication Type: Journal Article

Arrival, Spread, and Early Dynamics of a Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) Population in the Hudson River Estuary

1996

David S. Strayer, Jon Powell, Peter Ambrose, Lance C. Smith, Michael S. Pace, and David T. Fischer

Publication Type: Journal Article

Comparative Biology of Zebra Mussels in Europe and North America: An Overview

1996

Gerald L. Mackie & Don W. Schloesser

Publication Type: Journal Article

Zebra Mussel Infestation of Unionid Bivalves (Unionidae) in North America

1996

Don W. Schloesser, Thomas F. Nalepa, & Gerald L. Mackie

Publication Type: Journal Article

Effects of the Zebra Mussel (Dreisenna polymorpha Pallas) on Protozoa and Phytoplankton from Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron

1995

Peter J. Lavrentyev, Wayne S. Gardner, Joann F. Cavaletto, and John R. Beaver

Publication Type: Journal Article