Jocelyn C. Nelson
Jocelyn C. Nelson
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Threats to Canadian species at risk: an analysis of finalized recovery strategies
JL McCune, WL Harrower, S Avery-Gomm, JM Brogan, AM Csergő, ...
Biological Conservation 166, 254-265, 2013
442013
Non-indigenous invertebrate species in the marine fouling communities of British Columbia, Canada.
HN Gartner, CC Murray, MA Frey, JC Nelson, KJ Larson, GM Ruiz, ...
BioInvasions Record 5 (4), 2016
142016
The invasion risk of species associated with Japanese tsunami marine debris in Pacific North America and Hawaii
TW Therriault, JC Nelson, JT Carlton, L Liggan, M Otani, H Kawai, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 132, 82-89, 2018
122018
Trait-based characterization of species transported on Japanese tsunami marine debris: Effect of prior invasion history on trait distribution
JA Miller, R Gillman, JT Carlton, CC Murray, JC Nelson, M Otani, GM Ruiz
Marine pollution bulletin 132, 90-101, 2018
72018
Exploring potential establishment of marine rafting species after transoceanic long‐distance dispersal
C Simkanin, JT Carlton, B Steves, P Fofonoff, JC Nelson, C Clarke Murray, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2019
52019
Species invasion in the marine fouling communities of British Columbia: factors that influence invasion dynamics and how they may affect Botrylloides violaceus
JC Nelson
University of British Columbia, 2014
2014
A comparison of the vulnerability of marine ecosystems to anthropogenic stressors
JC Nelson, LC Hannah, C Murray
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, 0
EUROPEAN GREEN CRAB IN CANADIAN WATERS OF THE SALISH SEA: FOLLOWING A DEVELOPING INVASION
TW Therriault, V Hodes, JC Nelson, BR Howard, LJF Curtis, R Talbot, ...
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, 0
Vulnerability of marine ecosystems to anthropogenic stressors
JC Nelson, LC Hannah, CC Murray
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