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Details of Dr. John W. Chapman   


Gender male
Job title Research Associate Professor
Department Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife ( FW)
Nash Hall, Room #104 Corvallis OR 97331-3803
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 01 541 867-0235
Fax 01 541 867-0105
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Degree BA, Ph.D.
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Activities Human effects on nearshore marine and estuarine ecosystems with particular focus on the interactions of climate and landscape alterations on invasions of introduced aquatic organisms. The systematics, ecology and evolution of peracaridan crustaceans.
Research Region 72
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. John CHAPMAN)

Chapman, J. W. 1999. Climate and nonindigenous peracaridan crustaceans in northern hemisphere estuaries, pp. 1-19, In J. Pederson (eds.) "National Conference on Marine Bioinvasions, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, January 1999" Massachutsetts Sea Grant, Cambridge, MA
Chapman, J. W. 1998. Climate and non-indigenous species introductions in northern hemisphere estuaries, pp. 286-298, In E. Muckle-Jeffs (eds.) "Proceedings of Eighth International Zebra Mussel and Aquatic Nuisance Species Conference, March 16-19, 1998" International Zebra Mussel Conference Proceedings, Pembroke, Ontario, Canada
Pelletier, J. and J. W. Chapman 1996. Application of antibiotics to cultures of the gammaridean amphipod Corophium spinicorne Stimpson, 1857, J. Crust. Biol., 16:291-294
Castillo, G. C., T. W. Miller, J. W. Chapman and H. W. Li 1996. Non-indigenous species cause major shifts in the food-base of estuarine-dependent fishes, pp. 101-109, In D. MacKinlay and K. Shearer (eds.) "Gutshop '96: Feeding ecology and nutrition in fish" American Fisheries Society, San Francisco State University., San Francisco
Chapman, J. W. 1988. Invasions of the northeast Pacific by Asian and Atlantic gammaridean amphipod crustaceans, including a new species of Corophium, J. Crust. Biol., 8:364-382
Chapman, J. W. and J. A. Dorman 1975. Diagnosis, systematics and notes on Grandidierella japonica (Amphipoda: Gammaridea) and its introduction to the Pacific coast of the United States, Bull. Sth. Calif. Acad. Sci., 74:104-108
Chapman, J. W. and T. W. Miller 1999. The odd northeast Pacific records of the bivalve Arctica islandica (Linneaus, 1767): bait remnants?, Festivus, 31(5):55-57
Chapman, J. W. and J. T. Carlton 1994. Predicted discoveries of the introduced isopod, Synidotea laevidorsalis (Miers, 1881), J. Crust. Biol., 14(4):700-714
Chapman, J. W. and J. T. Carlton 1991. A test of criteria for introduced species: the global invasion by the isopod Synidotea laevidorsalis (Miers, 1881), J. Crust. Biol., 11(3):386-400
Miller, T. W., E. V. Coan and J. W. Chapman 1998. Rediscovery of the non-indigenous bivalve, Laternula marilina (Reeve, 1863) (Laternulidae) in the northeastern Pacific, Veliger, 43(3):282-284

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Created: 1997-02-18 Last Updated: 2010-06-02 by Annelies GROEN