Marshall, N.T., C. Stepien. 2020. Macroinvertebrate community diversity and habitat quality relationships along a large river from targeted eDNA metabarcoding assays. Environmental DNA. [Accepted]
Snyder, M., C. Stepien, K. Czajkowski, N.T. Marshall, H. Scheppler, C. Black. 2020. Detecting aquatic invasive species in bait and pond stores with targeted environmental (e)DNA high-throughput sequencing metabarcode assays: Angler, retailer, and manager implications. Biological Conservation. [Accepted]
Marshall, N.T. and C.A. Stepien. 2019. Invasion genetics from eDNA and thousands of larvae: A targeted metabarcoding assay that distinguishes species and population variation of zebra and quagga mussels. Ecology and Evolution. (DOI:10.1002/ece3.4985). [Altmetric Score]
Stepien, C., D. Eddins, M. Snyder, N.T. Marshall. 2018. Genetic change versus stasis over the time course of invasions: Trajectories of two concurrent, allopatric introductions of the Eurasian Ruffe. Aquatic Invasions. (DOI:10.3391/ai.2018.13.4.11).
Marshall, N.T., J. Banta, L. Williams, M. Williams, J. Placyk, Jr. 2018. DNA barcoding permits identification of potential fish hosts of unionid freshwater mussels. American Malacological Bulletin. (DOI:10.4003/006.036.0114).
Klymus, K., N. Marshall, C. Stepien. 2017. Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding assays to detect invasive invertebrate species in the Great Lakes. PloS One. (DOI:10.1371/
Ford, N., K. Heffentrager, D. Ford, A. Walters, N.T. Marshall. 2014. Significant recent records of unionid mussels in northeast Texas rivers. Walkerana. (DOI:10.31931/fmbc.v17i1.2014.8-15).
Marshall, N.T., C. Stepien. 2019. Dreissenidae Gray, 1840. In K. Cummings and C. Lydeard (Eds.), Freshwater mollusk families of the world: A distribution atlas (pp. 193-196). Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press.
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