Publications

Peer reviewed

Raab, D., Mandrak, N.E. And Ricciardi, A. 2017. Low-head dams facilitate Round Goby Neogobius melanostomus invasionBiological Invasions. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-017-1573-3

Raab, D., Rooney, R.C., and Bayley, S. E. 2014. A visual obstruction method to estimate wet meadow aboveground biomass in marshes of the Boreal Plains, Canada. Wetlands. 34:363-367

Raab, D., and Bayley S. E. 2013. A Carex species-dominated marsh community represents the best short-term target for reclaiming oil sands affected wetlands in Alberta, Canada. Ecological Engineering 54:97-106

Raab, D., and Bayley, S. E. 2012. A vegetation-based Index of Biotic Integrity to assess marsh reclamation success in the Alberta oil sands, Canada. Ecological Indicators 15:43-51

Rooney, R. C., Bayley, S. E., and Raab, D. 2011. Plant community, environment, and land-use data from oil sands reclamation and reference wetlands, Alberta, 2007-2009. Ecology 92:2003

Technical reports

Ciborowski, Jan J.H., Kang, Misun, Raab, Dustin, Bayley, Suzanne E., and Foote, A. Lee. 2011. Synthesis: Applying the reference condition approach for monitoring reclamation areas in the Athabasca oil sands region. Technical report submitted to the Cumulative Environmental Management Association, Edmonton, Alberta.

Raab, Dustin, and Bayley Suzanne E. 2009. Wet meadow vegetation studies: marsh fertilization to enhance sedge meadow growth and the Robel pole rapid standing crop assessment method. Technology transfer fact sheet for the Cumulative Environmental Management Association.

Raab, Dustin, and Bayley Suzanne E. 2009. Assessing wetland construction in Alberta’s oil sands: marsh vegetation as a reclamation target. Alberta Conservation Association Grants in Biodiversity Biennial Report 2008/2009.

Raab, Dustin, Roche, Dominique, and Guzmàn, Hector M. (2005) Preliminary assessment of the artisanal fishery in the town of Pedro Gonzalez, Archipelago of Las Perlas, Panama. Undergraduate internship research report submitted to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama.