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Journal Article
K. Van Volkom, Harris, L. G., and Dijkstra, J. A., Not All Prey Are Created Equal: Invasive Ascidian Diet Mediates Sea Star Wasting in Henricia Sanguinolenta, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. In Press.
J. A. Dijkstra, Harris, L. G., Mello, K., Litterer, A. S., Wells, C., and Ware, C., Invasive Species Transform Habitat Structure and Increase Biodiversity of Associated Species, Journal of Ecology, vol. 105. Wiley, pp. 1668-1678, 2017.PDF icon Dijkstra et al_JEC_2017.pdf (871.82 KB)
J. A. Dijkstra, Lambert, W. J., and Harris, L. G., Introduced species provide a novel temporal resource that facilitates native predator population growth, Biological Invasions, vol. 15. pp. 911-919, 2013.PDF icon Dijkstra et al. 2013_apparentcompetition.pdf (467.2 KB)
A. L. Chase, Dijkstra, J. A., and Harris, L. G., The Influence of Substrate Material on Ascidian Larval Settlement, Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol. 106. Elsevier, pp. 35-42, 2016.PDF icon Chase et al. 2016.pdf (1.14 MB)
K. Van Volkom, Harris, L. G., and Dijkstra, J. A., The Influence of Invasive Ascidian Diets on the Growth of the Sea Star Henricia Sanguinolenta, Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-7, 2021.
J. A. Dijkstra, Westerman, E. L., and Harris, L. G., Elevated Seasonal Temperatures Eliminate Thermal Barriers of Reproduction of a Dominant Invasive Species: A Community State Change for Northern Communities?, Diversity and Distributions, vol. 23. Wiley, pp. 1082-1092, 2017.PDF icon Dijkstra_et_al-2017-Diversity_and_Distributions.pdf (1000.71 KB)