Larsen S.V., Bors E.K., Johannsdottir L., Gladun E., Gritsenko D., Nysten-Haarala S., Tulaeva S. & Sformo, T. (2019) A conceptual framework of Arctic economies for policy-making, research, and practice. Global Policy. DOI:10.1111/1758-5899.12720

Bors E.K., Carlton J.T., & Shank T.M. (2019) Multiple spatially distinct introductions and not range expansion may explain colonization history in an invasive marine species. Marine Biology 166: 67 Link to article.

Bors E.K., Herrera S., Morris J.A., & Shank T.M. (2019) Population genomics of rapidly invading lionfish in the Caribbean reveals signals of range expansion in the absence of spatial population structure. Ecology and Evolution 9(6): 3306-3320 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.4952 Link to article.

Bors E.K. & S. Solomon (2013) How a nested framework illuminates the challenges of comparative environmental analysis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (19): 7531-7532.  Link to article.

Raineault N.A., P.A. Ramey-Balci, T.M. Shank, E.K. Bors, Duman M., Ürkmez D., & S. Tüzün (2013) Exploration of the Anaximander Mountains: Mud Volcanoes, Cold-Seep Communities, and Cold water Corals. Oceanography 26(1) supplement: 30-35. Link to Oceanography supplement.

Bors E.K., A.A Rowden, E.W. Maas, M.R. Clark & T.M. Shank (2012) Patterns of Deep-Sea Genetic Connectivity in the New Zealand Region: Implications for Management of Benthic Ecosystems. PLoS ONE 7(11): e49474. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0049474. Link to article.

Ma M., E.K. Bors, E.S. Dickinson, M.A. Kwiatkowski, G.L. Sousa, R.P. Henry, C.M. Smith, D.W. Towle, A.E. Christie & L.J. Li (2009) Characterization of the Carcinus maenas neuropeptidome by mass spectrometry and functional genomics. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 161 (3): 320-334

Ma M., R.B. Chen , G.L. Sousa, E.K. Bors, M.A. Kwiatkowski, C.C Goiney, M.F. Goy, A.E. Christie & L.J. Li (2008) Mass spectral characterization of peptide transmitters/hormones in the nervous system and neuroendocrine organs of the American lobster Homarus americanus. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 156 (2): 395-409


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