Derek Gray
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Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe
CM O'Reilly, S Sharma, DK Gray, SE Hampton, JS Read, RJ Rowley, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (24), 10,773-10,781, 2015
5602015
Identifying the source of species invasions: sampling intensity vs. genetic diversity
JR Muirhead, DK Gray, DW Kelly, SM Ellis, DD Heath, HJ Macisaac
Molecular Ecology 17 (4), 1020-1035, 2008
1732008
A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985–2009
S Sharma, DK Gray, JS Read, CM O’reilly, P Schneider, A Qudrat, C Gries, ...
Scientific data 2 (1), 1-19, 2015
1072015
Efficacy of open‐ocean ballast water exchange as a means of preventing invertebrate invasions between freshwater ports
DK Gray, TH Johengen, DF Reid, HJ MacIsaac
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (6), 2386-2397, 2007
1042007
Lake Superior: an invasion coldspot?
IA Grigorovich, AV Korniushin, DK Gray, IC Duggan, RI Colautti, ...
Hydrobiologia 499 (1-3), 191-210, 2003
1032003
Lake-wide physical and biological trends associated with warming in Lake Baikal
LR Izmest'eva, MV Moore, SE Hampton, CJ Ferwerda, DK Gray, KH Woo, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 42 (1), 6-17, 2016
732016
Does dispersal limitation impact the recovery of zooplankton communities damaged by a regional stressor?
DK Gray, SE Arnott
Ecological Applications 21 (4), 1241-1256, 2011
622011
Recovery of acid damaged zooplankton communities: measurement, extent, and limiting factors
DK Gray, SE Arnott
Environmental Reviews 17 (NA), 81-99, 2009
452009
Viability of invertebrate diapausing eggs exposed to saltwater: implications for Great Lakes’ ship ballast management
DK Gray, SA Bailey, IC Duggan, HJ MacIsaac
Biological Invasions 7 (3), 531-539, 2005
442005
The rise and fall of plankton: long-term changes in the vertical distribution of algae and grazers in Lake Baikal, Siberia
SE Hampton, DK Gray, LR Izmest'eva, MV Moore, T Ozersky
PloS one 9 (2), e88920, 2014
412014
Can sodium hypochlorite reduce the risk of species introductions from diapausing invertebrate eggs in non-ballasted ships?
DK Gray, IC Duggan, HJ MacIsaac
Marine Pollution Bulletin 52 (6), 689-695, 2006
412006
The recovery of acid‐damaged zooplankton communities in Canadian Lakes: the relative importance of abiotic, biotic and spatial variables
DK GRAY, SE ARNOTT, JA SHEAD, AM DERRY
Freshwater Biology, 2012
312012
Biological invasions in Lake Ontario: past, present and future
IC Duggan, SA Bailey, RI Colautti, DK Gray, JC Makarewicz, HJ MacIsaac
State of Lake Ontario: Past, Present and Future. Leiden (The Netherlands …, 2003
222003
The role of dispersal levels, A llee effects and community resistance as zooplankton communities respond to environmental change
DK Gray, SE Arnott
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (6), 1216-1224, 2012
212012
Diapausing zooplankton eggs remain viable despite exposure to open-ocean ballast water exchange: evidence from in situ exposure experiments
DK Gray, HJ MacIsaac
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (2), 417-426, 2010
142010
others. 2015
S Sharma
A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and …, 1985
121985
The interplay between environmental conditions and Allee effects during the recovery of stressed zooplankton communities
DK Gray, SE Arnott
Ecological Applications 21 (7), 2652-2663, 2011
92011
How do data collection and processing methods impact the accuracy of long‐term trend estimation in lake surface‐water temperatures?
DK Gray, SE Hampton, CM O'Reilly, S Sharma, RS Cohen
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 16 (8), 504-515, 2018
52018
Changes in the status of native Brook Trout on Laurel Hill, southwestern Pennsylvania
DG Argent, WG Kimmel, D Gray
Northeastern Naturalist 25 (1), 1-20, 2018
32018
Young gravel-pit lakes along Canada’s Dempster Highway: How do they compare with natural lakes?
JM Vucic, RS Cohen, DK Gray, AD Murdoch, A Shuvo, S Sharma
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 51 (1), 25-39, 2019
22019
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