Publications:

Reviewer for Ecology, Aquatic Biology, Journal of Crustacean Biology

Peer Reviewed Publications: (* indicate undergraduate collaborators)

Gerrish G.A. (in review) How life history, genetics and physical habitat influence the spatial
structuring of bioluminescent marine ostracod populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Gerrish G.A., J.G. Morin, T.J. Rivers and Z. Patrawala*. (2009) Darkness as an ecological
resource: the role of light in partitioning the nocturnal niche. Oecologia 160(3): 525-536.

Gerrish G.A. and J.G. Morin. (2008) The life cycle of a bioluminescent marine ostracod,
Vargula Annecohenae [Cypridinidae, Myodocopida]. Journal of Crustacean Biology
28(4):669-674.

Gerrish G.A. and C.E. Cáceres. (2003) Genetic versus environmental influence on
pigment variation in the ephippia of Daphnia pulicaria. Freshwater Biology 48: 1-12.


Frost T.M, J.P. Descy, B.T. DeStasio, G. Gerrish, J. Hood*, J.P. Hurley* and A.L. St.
Amand. (2000) Evaluations of phytoplankton communities using varied techniques: a multimedia comparison of lakes in northern Wisconsin, U.S.A. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27: 1023-1030

Published Opinion:

Rypien K.L., J. Anderson, J.A. Andras, R.W. Clark, G.A. Gerrish, J.T. Mandel, M.L. Nydam and
D.K. Riskin. (2007) Students unite to create State of the Planet course. Nature 447: 7146.

Selected Published Abstracts:

2010 Gerrish G.A., Morin J.G. Living in ‘sympatry’: coexistence through microhabitat and
temporal niche partitioning. Benthic Ecology Meeting, Wilmington, NC (Oral)
2007 Gerrish G.A. Integrating a mark and recapture based kernel model of dispersal wit GIS habitat mapping to develop habitat movement probabilities for a marine ostracod. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography; Santa Fe, New Mexico (Poster)

2006 Gerrish G.A., Morin J.G., Rivers T.J. and Z. Patrawala, Light dependency:
activity patterns of bioluminescent ostracods in rhythm with lunar cycles. Benthic Ecology Meeting; Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. (Oral)

2005 Gerrish G.A. Using small scale patchiness to predict large scale habitat patterns in marine grassbeds. Ecological Society of America; Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Oral)