Elizabeta Briski
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Ascidians as models for studying invasion success
A Zhan, E Briski, DG Bock, S Ghabooli, HJ MacIsaac
Marine Biology 162 (12), 2449-2470, 2015
Use of DNA barcoding to detect invertebrate invasive species from diapausing eggs
E Briski, ME Cristescu, SA Bailey, HJ MacIsaac
Biological Invasions 13 (6), 1325-1340, 2011
Invasion risk posed by macroinvertebrates transported in ships’ ballast tanks
E Briski, S Ghabooli, SA Bailey, HJ MacIsaac
Biological Invasions 14 (9), 1843-1850, 2012
Relationship between propagule pressure and colonization pressure in invasion ecology: a test with ships' ballast
E Briski, SA Bailey, O Casas-Monroy, C DiBacco, I Kaczmarska, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1740), 2990-2997, 2012
Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and water lettuce (Pistia stratiotes) in the Great Lakes: playing with fire?
AA Adebayo, E Briski, E Briski, O Kalaci, M Hernandez, S Ghabooli, ...
Aquatic Invasions 6 (1), 91, 2011
Invasion pathway of the ctenophore Mnemiopsis leidyi in the Mediterranean Sea
S Ghabooli, TA Shiganova, E Briski, S Piraino, V Fuentes, ...
PloS one 8 (11), e81067, 2013
Heat waves and their significance for a temperate benthic community: A near‐natural experimental approach
C Pansch, M Scotti, FR Barboza, B Al‐Janabi, J Brakel, E Briski, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (9), 4357-4367, 2018
Invertebrates and their dormant eggs transported in ballast sediments of ships arriving to the Canadian coasts and the Laurentian Great Lakes
E Briski, SA Bailey, HJ MacIsaac
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (5), 1929-1939, 2011
Efficacy of ‘saltwater flushing’in protecting the Great Lakes from biological invasions by invertebrate eggs in ships’ ballast sediment
E Briski, SA Bailey, ME Cristescu, HJ MacIsaac
Freshwater Biology 55 (11), 2414-2424, 2010
Global economic costs of aquatic invasive alien species
RN Cuthbert, Z Pattison, NG Taylor, L Verbrugge, C Diagne, DA Ahmed, ...
Science of the Total Environment 775, 145238, 2021
Taxon‐and vector‐specific variation in species richness and abundance during the transport stage of biological invasions
E Briski, SA Bailey, O Casas-Monroy, C DiBacco, I Kaczmarska, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (4), 1361-1372, 2013
Role of domestic shipping in the introduction or secondary spread of nonindigenous species: biological invasions within the L aurentian G reat L akes
E Briski, CJ Wiley, SA Bailey
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (5), 1124-1130, 2012
Beyond propagule pressure: importance of selection during the transport stage of biological invasions
E Briski, FT Chan, JA Darling, V Lauringson, HJ MacIsaac, A Zhan, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (6), 345-353, 2018
Multidimensional approach to invasive species prevention
E Briski, LE Allinger, M Balcer, A Cangelosi, L Fanberg, TP Markee, ...
Environmental science & technology, 2013
An overview of recent research in marine biological invasions
FT Chan, E Briski
Marine Biology 164 (6), 121, 2017
Importance of geographic origin for invasion success: A case study of the North and Baltic Seas versus the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence River region
I Casties, H Seebens, E Briski
Ecology and Evolution 6 (22), 8318-8329, 2016
Combining ballast water exchange and treatment to maximize prevention of species introductions to freshwater ecosystems
E Briski, S Gollasch, M David, RD Linley, O Casas-Monroy, H Rajakaruna, ...
Environmental science & technology, 2015
A conceptual model of community dynamics during the transport stage of the invasion process: a case study of ships’ ballast
E Briski, FT Chan, HJ MacIsaac, SA Bailey
Diversity and Distributions 20 (2), 236-244, 2014
Evaluating the response of freshwater organisms to vital staining
J Adams, E Briski, JL Ram, SA Bailey
Management of Biological Invasions 5 (3), 197-208, 2014
Genetic diversity in introduced golden mussel populations corresponds to vector activity
S Ghabooli, A Zhan, P Sardiņa, E Paolucci, F Sylvester, PV Perepelizin, ...
PloS one 8 (3), e59328, 2013
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