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Article in a Scientific Journal - peer-reviewed

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Baltazar-Soares, M., Paiva, F., Chen, Y., Zhan, A. and Briski, E. (2017) Diversity and distribution of genetic variation in gammarids: Comparing patterns between invasive and non-invasive species Ecology and Evolution, 7 (19). pp. 7687-7698. DOI 10.1002/ece3.3208.

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Chan, F. T. and Briski, E. (2017) An overview of recent research in marine biological invasions Marine Biology, 164 (6). Art.Nr. 121. DOI 10.1007/s00227-017-3155-4.

Ghabooli, S., Zhan, A., Paulucci, E., Hernandez, M. R., Briski, E., Cristescu, M. E. and MacIsaac, H. J. (2016) Population attenuation in zooplankton communities during transoceanic transfer in ballast water Ecology and Evolution, 6 (17). pp. 6170-6177. DOI 10.1002/ece3.2349.

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Briski, E., Ghabooli, S., Bailey, S. and MacIsaac, H. (2016) Are genetic databases sufficiently populated to detect non-indigenous species? Biological Invasions, 18 (7). pp. 1911-1922. DOI 10.1007/s10530-016-1134-1.

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Zhan, A., Briski, E., Bock, D. G., Ghabooli, S. and MacIsaac, H. J. (2015) Ascidians as models for studying invasion success Marine Biology, 162 (12). pp. 2449-2470. DOI 10.1007/s00227-015-2734-5.

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Briski, E., Gollasch, S., David, M., Linley, R. D., Monroy, O. C., Rajakaruna, H. and Bailey, S. A. (2015) Combining ballast water exchange and treatment to maximize prevention of species introductions to freshwater ecosystems Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (16). pp. 9566-9573. DOI 10.1021/acs.est.5b01795.

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Chan, F. T., Bradie, J., Briski, E., Bailey, S. A., Simard, N. and MacIsaac, H. J. (2015) Assessing introduction risk using species' rank-abundance distributions Proceedings of The Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 282 (1799). p. 20141517. DOI 10.1098/rspb.2014.1517.

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Briski, E., Drake, D. A. R., Chan, F. T., Bailey, S. A. and MacIsaac, H. J. (2014) Variation in propagule and colonization pressures following rapid human-mediated transport: implications for a universal assemblage-based management model Limnology and Oceanography, 59 (6). pp. 2068-2076. DOI 10.4319/lo.2014.59.6.2068.

Article in a Scientific Journal - without review

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Briski, E. and Chan, F. (2015) Preface to "Invasive Species" Topical Collection Marine Biology, 162 (12). pp. 2447-2448. DOI 10.1007/s00227-015-2729-2.

Conference presentation


Casties, I. and Briski, E. (2017) Comparative assessment of gammarids under stressful conditions [Talk] In: 20. International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, 22.-26.10.2017, Marriott Coral Springs Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.


Paiva, F., Barco, A., Chen, Y., Mirzajani, A., Chan, F. T., Lauringson, V., Baltazar-Soares, M., Zhan, A., Bailey, S. A., Javidpour, J. and Briski, E. (2017) Comparative assessment of salinity tolerance of Gammaridae spp. originating from different regions [Talk] In: ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2017, 26.02.-03.03.2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.


Baltazar-Soares, M., Paiva, F., Chen, Y., Zhan, A. and Briski, E. (2017) Diversity and distribution of genetic variation in gammarids: Comparing patterns between invasive and non-invasive species [Talk] In: 13. Encontro Nacional de Biologia Evolutiva, 20.12.2017, Faro, Portugal.


Baltazar-Soares, M., Paiva, F., Chen, Y., Zhan, A. and Briski, E. (2017) Diversity and distribution of genetic variation in gammarids: Comparing patterns between invasive and non-invasive species [Talk] In: 3. International Conference on Biological Invasions, 19.-23.11.2017, Hangzhou, China.


Lin, Y., Zhan, A., Hernandez, M. R., Paolucci, E., MacIssaac, H. J. and Briski, E. (2017) Evaluating efficacy of a ballast water chlorination treatment on zooplankton community to prevent transport of non-indigenous species [Talk] In: 3. International Conference on Biological Invasions, 19.-23.11.2017, Hangzhou, China.


Pauli, N. C., Paiva, F. and Briski, E. (2017) Experimental selection of a Ponto-Caspian gammarid [Talk] In: 20. International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, 22.-26.10.2017, Marriott Coral Springs Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.


Briski, E., Baltazar-Soares, M., Paiva, F., Chen, Y. and Zhan, A. (2017) Geographic and evolutionary distances in the distribution of neutral genetic variation in biological invasions [Talk] In: 11. Congress European Society of Evolutionary Biology, 22.-25.08.2017, Groningen, The Netherlands.


Briski, E., Casties, I. and Seebens, H. (2017) Importance of geographic origin for invasion success [Talk] In: ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2017, 26.02.-03.03.2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.


Briski, E. (2017) Is salinity an obstacle for biological invasions? [Invited talk] In: 3. International Congress on Biological Invasions, 19.-23.11.2017, Hangzhou, China.


Casties, I. and Briski, E. (2017) Performance of gammarid spp. from different regions under stressful conditions in common garden experiments [Talk] In: ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2017, 26.02.-03.03.2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.


Briski, E., Gollasch, S., David, M., Linley, R. D., Casas-Monroy, O., Rajakaruna, H. and Bailey, S. A. (2016) Combining ballast water exchange and treatment to maximize prevention of species introductions to freshwater ecosystems [Talk] In: Marine and Freshwater Invasive Species, 02.-04.05.2016, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Paiva Antunes, F. A., Barco, A., Chen, Y., Mirzajani, A., Chan, F. T., Lauringson, V., Zhan, A., Bailey, S. A., Javidpour, J. and Briski, E. (2016) Comparative assessment of salinity tolerance of gammarid species originating from Ponto-Caspian, Northern European and Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River regions [Talk] In: 9. International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions, 19.-21.01.2016, Sydney, Australia.


Casties, I., Seebens, H. and Briski, E. (2016) Importance of geographic origin for invasion success: a case study of the North and Baltic Seas versus the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River region [Talk] In: NextGen@Helmholtz 2016, 28.-30.09.2016, Braunschweig, Germany.


Briski, E. (2016) Newcomers – how do we do it? [Invited talk] In: Sofja Kovalevskaja Award Ceremony and Workshop 2016, 14.-16.11.2016, Berlin, Germany.


Casties, I. and Briski, E. (2016) Temperature tolerance of two amphipod species under Kiel Fjord conditions: Baltic vs. Caspian Sea species [Talk] In: 41. CIESM Congress 2016, 12.-16.09.2016, Kiel, Germany.


Chan, F. T., Bradie, J. N., Briski, E., Bailey, S. A. and MacIsaac, H. J. (2015) Assessing introduction risk using species' rank-abundance distributions [Talk] In: ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2015, 22.-27.02.2015, Granada, Spain.


Briski, E. (2015) Basic principles of invasion biology [Invited talk] In: BONUS BIO-C3/Bambi/Inspire summer school, 05.-11.07.2015, Glückstadt, Germany.


Briski, E. (2015) CAISN Workshop [Other] In: CAISN Workshop: Transatlantic aquatic invasions - Perspectives from North America and Europe, 22.02.2015, Granada, Spain.


Casties, I. and Briski, E. (2015) Invasions in the Great Lakes vs. the Baltic Sea [Invited talk] In: BONUS BIO-C3/Bambi/Inspire summer school, 05.-11.07.2015, Glückstadt, Germany.


Briski, E. (2015) Invasive species in an era of globalization [Talk] In: Research Alumni Conference on “Sustainable Ocean Development – A Perspective from Former, Current and Future Kiel Marine Scientists”, New York, USA, 28.-30.09.2015.


Briski, E. (2015) Non-indigenous species [Invited talk] In: Network Meeting of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation 2015, 15.-17.04.2015, Bremen, Germany.


Briski, E. (2015) Vectors of species introductions [Invited talk] In: BONUS BIO-C3/Bambi/Inspire summer school, 05.-11.07.2015, Glückstadt, Germany.


Briski, E. (2014) Do species from particular regions have inherent advantages over other species in colonizing new areas? [Talk] In: Clusterretreat Future Ocean 2014, 29.-30.09.2014, Schleswig, Germany.


Briski, E. (2014) I have come from afar - how did I do it? [Invited talk] In: Sofja Kovalevskaja Award Ceremony and Workshop 2014, 10.-12.11.2014, Berlin, Germany.


Briski, E. (2014) Invasion ecology - transport and establishment of non-indigenous species [Invited talk] In: Internal Seminar - GEOMAR, 08.07.2014, Kiel, Germany.


Briski, E., Chan, F., MacIsaac, H. J. and Bailey, S. A. (2014) A conceptual model of community dynamics during the transport stage of the invasion process: a case study of ships' ballast [Talk] In: ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting, 23.-28.02.2014, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

Conference poster


Casties, I., Paiva, F., Barco, A. and Briski, E. (2015) Is geographic origin important for invasion success? [Poster] In: Future Ocean: Cluster Retreat 2015, 14.-15.10.2015, Neumünster, Germany.


Casties, I. and Briski, E. (2015) A comparison of non-indigenous species in the North and Baltic Seas with those in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River [Poster] In: Future Ocean: Cluster Retreat 2015, 14.-15.10.2015, Neumünster, Germany.

Thesis - not published by a publisher


Briski, E. (2017) The stage based invasion process (Professorial dissertation), Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Kiel, Germany, 405 pp

Newspaper report

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Drexler, M. and Briski, E. (2014) In der Fremde sehr erfolgreich [Newspaper report]

Interview/Performance on television

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Briski, E., Jaspers, C. and Passow, A. (2015) Krebs aus USA breitet sich in Ostsee aus NDR, 25.05.2015. [Interview/Performance on television]

Other

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Briski, E. and Steffen, J. (2014) Where do the most successful invaders come from? GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany.

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