John Darling
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Paradox lost: genetic diversity and the success of aquatic invasions
J Roman, JA Darling
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (9), 454-464, 2007
From molecules to management: adopting DNA-based methods for monitoring biological invasions in aquatic environments
JA Darling, AR Mahon
Environmental research 111 (7), 978-988, 2011
How important is intraspecific genetic admixture to the success of colonising populations?
M Rius, JA Darling
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (4), 233-242, 2014
DNA-based methods for monitoring invasive species: a review and prospectus
JA Darling, MJ Blum
Biological Invasions 9 (7), 751-765, 2007
Genetic perspectives on marine biological invasions
JB Geller, JA Darling, JT Carlton
Annual review of marine science 2, 367-393, 2010
Genetic patterns across multiple introductions of the globally invasive crab genus Carcinus
JA Darling, MJ Bagley, JOE Roman, CK Tepolt, JB Geller
Molecular Ecology 17 (23), 4992-5007, 2008
Rising starlet: the starlet sea anemone, Nematostella vectensis
JA Darling, AR Reitzel, PM Burton, ME Mazza, JF Ryan, JC Sullivan, ...
Bioessays 27 (2), 211-221, 2005
Purine salvage pathways in the apicomplexan parasite Toxoplasma gondii
K Chaudhary, JA Darling, LM Fohl, WJ Sullivan Jr, RGK Donald, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (30), 31221-31227, 2004
A hitchhiker’s guide to the Maritimes: anthropogenic transport facilitates long‐distance dispersal of an invasive marine crab to Newfoundland
AMH Blakeslee, CH McKenzie, JA Darling, JE Byers, JM Pringle, ...
Diversity and Distributions 16 (6), 879-891, 2010
Satellite monitoring of cyanobacterial harmful algal bloom frequency in recreational waters and drinking water sources
JM Clark, BA Schaeffer, JA Darling, EA Urquhart, JM Johnston, ...
Ecological indicators 80, 84-95, 2017
Genetic analysis reveals multiple cryptic invasive species of the hydrozoan genus Cordylophora
NC Folino-Rorem, JA Darling, CA D’Ausilio
Biological Invasions 11 (8), 1869-1882, 2009
European green crabs (Carcinus maenas) in the northeastern Pacific: genetic evidence for high population connectivity and current‐mediated expansion from a …
CK Tepolt, JA Darling, MJ Bagley, JB Geller, MJ Blum, ED Grosholz
Diversity and Distributions 15 (6), 997-1009, 2009
Regional population structure of a widely introduced estuarine invertebrate: Nematostella vectensis Stephenson in New England
JA Darling, AM Reitzel, JR Finnerty
Molecular Ecology 13 (10), 2969-2981, 2004
The quagga mussel invades the Lake Superior basin
IA Grigorovich, JR Kelly, JA Darling, CW West
Journal of Great Lakes Research 34 (2), 342-350, 2008
Ecology of cryptic invasions: latitudinal segregation among Watersipora (Bryozoa) species
JA Mackie, JA Darling, JB Geller
Scientific Reports 2 (1), 1-10, 2012
Early detection monitoring for aquatic non-indigenous species: Optimizing surveillance, incorporating advanced technologies, and identifying research needs
AS Trebitz, JC Hoffman, JA Darling, EM Pilgrim, JR Kelly, EA Brown, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 202, 299-310, 2017
Global population genetic structure of the starlet anemone Nematostella vectensis: multiple introductions and implications for conservation policy
AM Reitzel, JA Darling, JC Sullivan, JR Finnerty
Biological Invasions 10 (8), 1197-1213, 2008
Recommendations for developing and applying genetic tools to assess and manage biological invasions in marine ecosystems
JA Darling, BS Galil, GR Carvalho, M Rius, F Viard, S Piraino
Marine Policy 85, 54-64, 2017
Complex genetic patterns in closely related colonizing invasive species
A Zhan, JA Darling, DG Bock, A Lacoursière‐Roussel, HJ MacIsaac, ...
Ecology and Evolution 2 (7), 1331-1346, 2012
Genetic analysis across different spatial scales reveals multiple dispersal mechanisms for the invasive hydrozoan Cordylophora in the Great Lakes
Molecular Ecology 18 (23), 4827-4840, 2009
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