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    Kraemer, GP.  2012.  The Asian shore crab invades Long Island Sound. Sound Update (Long Island Sound Study). Summer2012_kraemer_sound_update.pdf
    Haska, CL, Yarish C, Kraemer G, Blaschik N, Whitlatch R, Zhang H, Lin S.  2012.  Assessing Bait Worm Packaging as a Potential Vector of Invasive Species into Long Island Sound, USA. Biological Invasions. 14:481-493.Haska et al. (2012) Bait worms as non-native vector.pdf
    Kim, J, Kraemer G, Neefus CD, Chung IK, Yarish C.  2012.  The Effects of Temperature and Nitrogen on Growth, Pigment Production, and Nitrogen Uptake by Four Species of Porphyra (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) Native to the New England Coast.. Algal Technology and Environment . , Delhi: International
    Kim, J, Kraemer G, Yarish C.  2012.  Metabolic Plasticity of Nitrogen Assimilation by Porphyra umbilicalis. Journal Ocean Univ. China. 11(4):517-526.kim_et_al_2012_jouc.pdf
    Payne, A, Kraemer GP.  2010.  Strong claws may help explain population growth of non-native Hemigrapsus Sanguineus and decline of resident crabs in western Long Island Sound. 10th Biennial Long Island Research Conference, Stamford, CT (Oct 30, 31). AbstractLong Island Sound Research Conference poster (2010) handout.pdf

    Hemigrapsus sanguineus arrived in western Long Island Sound ca. 1993. This crab is an ecological invader that has become an important player in the intertidal ecology of low energy sites in the northeast U.S. (Gerard et al., 1999; Lohrer & Whitlatch, 2002; Kraemer et al., 2007). Claw morphology and crushing force determine the outcome of agonistic encounters between crabs. A large crushing force may also provide access to a greater range of prey.

    The objectives of this study were to measure the strength and morphology of claws of co-occurring crabs at a western Long Island Sound (NY) site. The claw strength of male and female Hemigrapsus sanguineus were compared. Ontogenetic changes in claw strength of
    Hemigrapsus sanguineus were also evaluated. No native crabs were capture to compare with H. sanguineus. However, measurements of five green crabs (Carcinus maenas) demonstrated that size-normalized strength of the invader was greater that than of C. maenas.

    Schwartzberg, L, Skrivanek J, Kraemer GP, Craddock E, Bellevue F, Weston PA.  2008.  Quantitative Phenolic Variance among Three Hemlock Species: A Study of Hemlock Resistance to Two Host-Specific Insects, February/12/2008. Fourth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eas tern United States. schwartzberg_et_al._2009_wooly_hemlock_adelgid.pdf
    Pereira, R, Kraemer GP, Yarish C, Sousa-Pinto I.  2008.  Nitrogen uptake by gametophytes of Porphyra dioica (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) under controlled-culture conditions, 2008. European Journal of Phycology. 43(1):107-118.Pereira et al. (2008).pdf
    Kim, JK, Kraemer GP, Yarish C.  2008.  Physiological activity of Porphyra in relation to eulittoral zonation, 2008. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 365:75-85.Kim et al. (2008) JEMBE.pdf
    Chung, IK, Kang YH, Yarish C, Kraemer GP, Lee JA.  2002.  Application of seaweed cultivation to the bioremediation of nutrient-rich effluent. Algae. 17(3):1-10.chung_et_al._2002.pdf
    Chopin, T, Buschmann AH, Halling C, Troell M, Kautsky N, Neori A, Kraemer GP, Zertuche-Gonzalez JA, Yarish C, Neefus C.  2001.  Integrating seaweeds into marine aquaculture systems: a key toward sustainability. Journal of Phycology. 37:975-986.chopin_et_al._2001.pdf