Catherine de Rivera
Catherine de Rivera
Professor of Environmental Science & Management, Portland State University
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Biotic resistance to invasion: native predator limits abundance and distribution of an introduced crab
CE DeRivera, GM Ruiz, AH Hines, P Jivoff
Ecology 86 (12), 3364-3376, 2005
Larval development rate predicts range expansion of an introduced crab
CE derivera, NG Hitchcock, SJ Teck, BP Steves, AH Hines, GM Ruiz
Marine Biology 150 (6), 1275-1288, 2007
Potential for high‐latitude marine invasions along western North America
CE de Rivera, BP Steves, PW Fofonoff, AH Hines, GM Ruiz
Diversity and Distributions 17 (6), 1198-1209, 2011
Density affects female and male mate searching in the fiddler crab, Uca beebei
CE Derivera, PR Backwell, JH Christy, SL Vehrencamp
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (2), 72-83, 2003
Long searches for male-defended breeding burrows allow female fiddler crabs, Uca crenulata, to release larvae on time
CE Derivera
Animal Behaviour 70 (2), 289-297, 2005
Male versus female mate searching in fiddler crabs: a comparative analysis
CE deRivera, SL Vehrencamp
Behavioral Ecology 12 (2), 182-191, 2001
Assessing accuracy in citizen science-based plant phenology monitoring
KK Fuccillo, TM Crimmins, CE de Rivera, TS Elder
International journal of biometeorology 59 (7), 917-926, 2015
A behavior‐based framework for assessing barrier effects to wildlife from vehicle traffic volume
SL Jacobson, LL Bliss‐Ketchum, CE de Rivera, WP Smith
Ecosphere 7 (4), e01345, 2016
Intraspecific variation in thermotolerance and morphology of the invasive European green crab, Carcinus maenas, on the west coast of North America
AL Kelley, CE de Rivera, BA Buckley
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 409 (1-2), 70-78, 2011
Frequency‐dependent seed dispersal by ants of two deciduous forest herbs
BH Smith, CE deRivera, CL Bridgman, JJ Woida
Ecology 70 (6), 1645-1648, 1989
Northern range expansion and coastal occurrences of the New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray, 1843) in the northeast Pacific
TM Davidson, VEF Brenneis, CE de Rivera, R Draheim, GE Gillespie
Aquatic Invasions, 2008
Broad-scale non-indigenous species monitoring along the West Coast in national marine sanctuaries and national estuarine research reserves report to National Fish & Wildlife …
CE DeRivera
The effect of artificial light on wildlife use of a passage structure
LL Bliss-Ketchum, CE de Rivera, BC Turner, DM Weisbaum
Biological conservation 199, 25-28, 2016
Improving higher-order thinking and knowledge retention in environmental science teaching
M Dresner, C De Rivera, KK Fuccillo, H Chang
BioScience 64 (1), 40-48, 2014
Integration of an invasive consumer into an estuarine food web: direct and indirect effects of the New Zealand mud snail
VEF Brenneis, A Sih, CE de Rivera
Oecologia 167 (1), 169-179, 2011
Cold tolerance of the invasive Carcinus maenas in the east Pacific: molecular mechanisms and implications for range expansion in a changing climate
AL Kelley, CE de Rivera, BA Buckley
Biological invasions 15 (10), 2299-2309, 2013
Coexistence in the intertidal: interactions between the non‐indigenous New Zealand mud snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum and the native estuarine isopod Gnorimosphaeroma insulare
VEF Brenneis, A Sih, CE De Rivera
Oikos 119 (11), 1755-1764, 2010
Multiple and long-term effects of an introduced predatory crab
CE de Rivera, ED Grosholz, GM Ruiz
Marine Ecology Progress Series 429, 145-155, 2011
Causes of a male-biased operational sex ratio in the fiddler crab Uca crenulata
CE DeRivera
Journal of Ethology 21 (2), 137-144, 2003
Accelerated erosion of saltmarshes infested by the non-native burrowing crustacean Sphaeroma quoianum
TM Davidson, CE De Rivera
Marine Ecology Progress Series 419, 129-136, 2010
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