Jeffrey Crooks
Jeffrey Crooks
Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
Verified email at trnerr.org
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Characterizing ecosystem‐level consequences of biological invasions: the role of ecosystem engineers
JA Crooks
Oikos 97 (2), 153-166, 2002
12962002
Lag times in population explosions of invasive species: causes and implications
JA Crooks, ME Soulé, OT Sandlund
Invasive species and biodiversity management 24, 103-125, 1999
717*1999
Lag times and exotic species: The ecology and management of biological invasions in slow-motion1
JA Crooks
Ecoscience 12 (3), 316-329, 2005
6452005
Ecosystem engineering in space and time
A Hastings, JE Byers, JA Crooks, K Cuddington, CG Jones, JG Lambrinos, ...
Ecology letters 10 (2), 153-164, 2007
5532007
Using ecosystem engineers to restore ecological systems
JE Byers, K Cuddington, CG Jones, TS Talley, A Hastings, JG Lambrinos, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (9), 493-500, 2006
4662006
Habitat alteration and community-level effects of an exotic mussel, Musculista senhousia
JA Crooks
Marine ecology Progress series 162, 137-152, 1998
2661998
Architectural vs. biological effects of a habitat-altering, exotic mussel, Musculista senhousia
JA Crooks, HS Khim
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 240 (1), 53-75, 1999
2611999
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, M Vilà
Macmillan Publishers, 2011
2192011
A framework for understanding physical ecosystem engineering by organisms
CG Jones, JL Gutiérrez, JE Byers, JA Crooks, JG Lambrinos, TS Talley
Oikos 119 (12), 1862-1869, 2010
2162010
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems
G Rilov, JA Crooks
Ecological, Management and Geographic Perspectives, 2009
1852009
Aquatic pollution increases the relative success of invasive species
JA Crooks, AL Chang, GM Ruiz
Biological Invasions 13 (1), 165-176, 2011
1622011
The population ecology of an exotic mussel, Musculista senhousia, in a southern California bay
JA Crooks
Estuaries 19 (1), 42-50, 1996
1081996
Habitat utilization and alteration by the invasive burrowing isopod, Sphaeroma quoyanum, in California salt marshes
TS Talley, JA Crooks, LA Levin
Marine Biology 138 (3), 561-573, 2001
1032001
Assessing invader roles within changing ecosystems: historical and experimental perspectives on an exotic mussel in an urbanized lagoon
JA Crooks
Biological Invasions 3 (1), 23-36, 2001
832001
Characterizing anti-HIV monoclonal antibodies and immune sera by defining the mechanism of neutralization
ET Crooks, PL Moore, D Richman, J Robinson, JA Crooks, M Franti, ...
Human antibodies 14 (3-4), 101-113, 2005
732005
Marine bioinvasions: conservation hazards and vehicles for ecological understanding
G Rilov, JA Crooks
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems, 3-11, 2009
592009
Lag times in Lessepsian fish invasion
E Azzurro, F Maynou, J Belmaker, D Golani, JA Crooks
Biological Invasions 18 (10), 2761-2772, 2016
462016
Invasion of tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) in a southern California salt marsh
CR Whitcraft, DM Talley, JA Crooks, J Boland, J Gaskin
Biological Invasions 9 (7), 875-879, 2007
452007
Assessing tidal marsh resilience to sea-level rise at broad geographic scales with multi-metric indices
KB Raposa, K Wasson, E Smith, JA Crooks, P Delgado, SH Fernald, ...
Biological Conservation 204, 263-275, 2016
442016
Utilization of invasive tamarisk by salt marsh consumers
CR Whitcraft, LA Levin, D Talley, JA Crooks
Oecologia 158 (2), 259-272, 2008
422008
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