Jaimie T A Dick
Jaimie T A Dick
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Roles of parasites in animal invasions
J Prenter, C MacNeil, JTA Dick, AM Dunn
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (7), 385-390, 2004
4862004
THE TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER GAMMARUS SPP. (CRUSTACEA: AMPHIPODA): PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES CONCERNING …
C MacNeil, JTA Dick, RW Elwood
Biological Reviews 72 (3), 349-364, 1997
4471997
How parasites affect interactions between competitors and predators
MJ Hatcher, JTA Dick, AM Dunn
Ecology Letters 9 (11), 1253-1271, 2006
3822006
Invading predatory crustacean Dikerogammarus villosus eliminates both native and exotic species
JTA Dick, D Platvoet
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
3712000
Defining the impact of non‐native species
JM Jeschke, S Bacher, TM Blackburn, JTA Dick, F Essl, T Evans, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (5), 1188-1194, 2014
2942014
Predatory impact of the freshwater invader Dikerogammarus villosus (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
JTA Dick, D Platvoet, DW Kelly
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (6), 1078-1084, 2002
2532002
Ecological impacts of alien species: quantification, scope, caveats, and recommendations
S Kumschick, M Gaertner, M Vilà, F Essl, JM Jeschke, P Pyšek, ...
Bioscience 65 (1), 55-63, 2015
2442015
Diverse effects of parasites in ecosystems: linking interdependent processes
MJ Hatcher, JTA Dick, AM Dunn
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (4), 186-194, 2012
1932012
The dynamics of predation on Gammarus spp. (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
C Macneil, JTA Dick, RW Elwood
Biological Reviews 74 (4), 375-395, 1999
1851999
Advancing impact prediction and hypothesis testing in invasion ecology using a comparative functional response approach
JTA Dick, ME Alexander, JM Jeschke, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac, ...
Biological Invasions 16 (4), 735-753, 2014
1842014
Invasion science: a horizon scan of emerging challenges and opportunities
A Ricciardi, TM Blackburn, JT Carlton, JTA Dick, PE Hulme, JC Iacarella, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (6), 464-474, 2017
1752017
Widespread vertical transmission and associated host sex–ratio distortion within the eukaryotic phylum Microspora
RS Terry, JE Smith, RG Sharpe, T Rigaud, DTJ Littlewood, JE Ironside, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
1682004
Future novel threats and opportunities facing UK biodiversity identified by horizon scanning
WJ Sutherland, MJ Bailey, IP Bainbridge, T Brereton, JTA Dick, J Drewitt, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (3), 821-833, 2008
1632008
The functional role of Gammarus (Crustacea, Amphipoda): shredders, predators, or both?
DW Kelly, JTA Dick, WI Montgomery
Hydrobiologia 485 (1-3), 199-203, 2002
1522002
Replacement of the indigenous amphipod Gammarus duebeni celticus by the introduced G. pulex: differential cannibalism and mutual predation
JTA Dick, I Montgomery, RW Elwood
Journal of Animal Ecology, 79-88, 1993
1441993
Post-invasion amphipod communities of Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland: influences of habitat selection and mutual predation
JTA Dick
Journal of Animal Ecology, 756-767, 1996
1411996
Ecological impacts of an invasive predator explained and predicted by comparative functional responses
JTA Dick, K Gallagher, S Avlijas, HC Clarke, SE Lewis, S Leung, ...
Biological Invasions 15 (4), 837-846, 2013
1332013
Comparison of the functional responses of invasive and native amphipods
L Bollache, JTA Dick, KD Farnsworth, WI Montgomery
Biology letters 4 (2), 166-169, 2008
1202008
Imperfect assessment and limited information preclude optimal strategies in male–male fights in the orb-weaving spider Metellina mengei
AP Bridge, RW Elwood, JTA Dick
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1202000
Existing and emerging high impact invasive species are characterized by higher functional responses than natives
ME Alexander, JTA Dick, OLF Weyl, TB Robinson, DM Richardson
Biology letters 10 (2), 20130946, 2014
1172014
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