Alexander Karatayev, director of the Great Lakes Center, recently coauthored two papers on invasive species. "Limnoperna fortunei vs. Dreissena polymorpha: Population densities and benthic community impacts of two invasive freshwater bivalves" appeared in the Journal of Shellfish Research 29(4): 975-985. "Differences in growth and survivorship of zebra and quagga mussels: size matters" appeared in Hydrobiologia, published online.
Lyubov Burlakova, Research Scientist, Great Lakes Center
Lyubov Burlakova, research scientist, and Alexander Karatayev, director, both with the Great Lakes Center, recently published, with coauthors, two peer-reviewed articles on the conservation of freshwater mollusks. "Endemic species: contribution to community uniqueness, effect of habitat alteration, and conservation priorities" appeared in Biological Conservation 144: 155-165. "Biogeography and conservation of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Texas: Patterns of diversity and threats" was published online on March 16.
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