|Population estimate of Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis) in a Nebraska reservoir|
NM Chaine, CR Allen, KA Fricke, DM Haak, ML Hellman, RA Kill, ...
|Ulcerative disease outbreak in crayfish Orconectes propinquus linked to Saprolegnia australis in Big Muskellunge Lake, Wisconsin|
L Krugner-Higby, D Haak, PTJ Johnson, JD Shields, WMJ III, KS Reece, ...
Dis Aquat Org 91, 57-66, 2010
|Fecundity of the Chinese mystery snail in a Nebraska reservoir|
BJ Stephen, CR Allen, NM Chaine, KA Fricke, DM Haak, ML Hellman, ...
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28 (3), 439-444, 2013
|Coupling ecological and social network models to assess “transmission” and “contagion” of an aquatic invasive species|
DM Haak, BD Fath, VE Forbes, DR Martin, KL Pope
Journal of environmental management 190, 243-251, 2017
|Exploring the role of relational practices in water governance using a game-based approach|
P Magnuszewski, K Królikowska, A Koch, M Paj±k, C Allen, V Chraibi, ...
Water 10 (3), 346, 2018
|Survival and behavior of Chinese mystery snails (Bellamya chinensis) in response to simulated water body drawdowns and extended air exposure|
KM Unstad, DR Uden, CR Allen, NM Chaine, DM Haak, RA Kill, KL Pope, ...
|Toxicity of copper sulfate and rotenone to Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis)|
DM Haak, BJ Stephen, RA Kill, NA Smeenk, CR Allen, KL Pope
|Enamel-based mark performance for marking Chinese mystery snail Bellamya chinensis|
A Wong, CR Allen, NM Hart, DM Haak, KL Pope, NA Smeenk, BJ Stephen, ...
|Mortality estimate of Chinese mystery snail, Bellamya chinensis (Reeve, 1863) in a Nebraska reservoir|
DM Haak, NM Chaine, BJ Stephen, A Wong, CR Allen
|Bioenergetics and habitat suitability models for the Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis)|
|Thermal tolerance limits of the Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis): Implications for management|
JL Burnett, LP Kevin, A Wong, CR Allen, DM Haak, BJ Stephen, DR Uden
American Malacological Bulletin 36 (1), 140-144, 2018
|Impact of copper mine tailings (stamp sand) on survival and development of aquatic organisms near Gay, Michigan|