|Global introductions of crayfishes: evaluating the impact of species invasions on ecosystem services|
DM Lodge, A Deines, F Gherardi, DCJ Yeo, T Arcella, AK Baldridge, ...
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 43, 449-472, 2012
|Environmental DNA (eDNA) detects the invasive rusty crayfish Orconectes rusticus at low abundances|
MM Dougherty, ER Larson, MA Renshaw, CA Gantz, SP Egan, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (3), 722-732, 2016
|Risk analysis and bioeconomics of invasive species to inform policy and management|
DM Lodge, PW Simonin, SW Burgiel, RP Keller, JM Bossenbroek, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41, 453-488, 2016
|Assessing the invasive potential of biofuel species proposed for Florida and the United States using the Australian Weed Risk Assessment|
DR Gordon, KJ Tancig, DA Onderdonk, CA Gantz
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (1), 74-79, 2011
|Predicting invasive plants in Florida using the Australian weed risk assessment|
DR Gordon, DA Onderdonk, AM Fox, RK Stocker, C Gantz
Invasive Plant Science and Management 1 (2), 178-195, 2008
|Predicting invasiveness of species in trade: climate match, trophic guild and fecundity influence establishment and impact of non‐native freshwater fishes|
JG Howeth, CA Gantz, PL Angermeier, EA Frimpong, MH Hoff, RP Keller, ...
Diversity and Distributions 22 (2), 148-160, 2016
|Environmental DNA (eDNA) detects the invasive crayfishes Orconectes rusticus and Pacifastacus leniusculus in large lakes of North America|
ER Larson, MA Renshaw, CA Gantz, J Umek, S Chandra, DM Lodge, ...
Hydrobiologia 800 (1), 173-185, 2017
|Weed risk assessment for aquatic plants: modification of a New Zealand system for the United States|
DR Gordon, CA Gantz, CL Jerde, WL Chadderton, RP Keller, ...
PLoS one 7 (7), e40031, 2012
|Grass carp in the Great Lakes region: establishment potential, expert perceptions, and re-evaluation of experimental evidence of ecological impact|
ME Wittmann, CL Jerde, JG Howeth, SP Maher, AM Deines, JA Jenkins, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (7), 992-999, 2014
|A sensitive environmental DNA (eDNA) assay leads to new insights on Ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernua) spread in North America|
AJ Tucker, WL Chadderton, CL Jerde, MA Renshaw, K Uy, C Gantz, ...
Biological Invasions 18 (11), 3205-3222, 2016
|Risk assessment for invasiveness differs for aquatic and terrestrial plant species|
DR Gordon, CA Gantz
Biological Invasions 13 (8), 1829-1842, 2011
|Screening new plant introductions for potential invasiveness: a test of impacts for the United States|
DR Gordon, CA Gantz
Conservation Letters 1 (5), 227-235, 2008
|Water flow and biofilm cover influence environmental DNA detection in recirculating streams|
AJ Shogren, JL Tank, SP Egan, O August, EJ Rosi, BR Hanrahan, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (15), 8530-8537, 2018
|Environmental DNA detection of aquatic invasive plants in lab mesocosm and natural field conditions|
CA Gantz, MA Renshaw, D Erickson, DM Lodge, SP Egan
Biological Invasions 20 (9), 2535-2552, 2018
|Development and field validation of an environmental DNA (eDNA) assay for invasive clams of the genus Corbicula|
DA Cowart, MA Renshaw, CA Gantz, J Umek, S Chandra, SP Egan, ...
Management of Biological Invasions, 2018
|Managing the introduction and spread of non-native aquatic plants in the Laurentian Great Lakes: a regional risk assessment approach|
CA Gantz, DR Gordon, CL Jerde, RP Keller, WL Chadderton, ...
Management of Biological Invasions 6 (1), 45-55, 2015
|Evaluation of five freshwater fish screening-level risk assessment protocols and application to non-indigenous organisms in trade in Canada|
NE Mandrak, C Gantz, LA Jones, D Marson, B Cudmore
Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat, 2014
|Potential impacts on the horticultural industry of screening new plants for invasiveness|
DR Gordon, CA Gantz
Conserv Lett 1, 227-235, 2008
|A decision tree analysis of nonindigenous species risk from ballast water to the lower Columbia River and Oregon coast, USA|
D Verna, RR Rueb, CA Gantz, J Gala, J Green, JA Zalusky
Management 9 (3), 309, 2018
|Predicting invaders from trade: climate match, trophic guild, and fecundity influence invasion success of non-native freshwater fishes|
JG Howeth, CA Gantz, PL Angermeier, EA Frimpong, M Hoff, RP Keller, ...
Divers Distrib 22, 148-160, 2016