Blakeslee AMH, Keogh CL, Fowler AE, Griffen BD (2015) Trematode infection does little to hinder invasive green crabs in eastern North America.
Griffen BD, **Riley ME (2015) Potential impacts of invasive crabs on one life history strategy of native rock crabs in the Gulf of Maine
Biological Invasions 17:2533-2544
Griffen BD, *Norelli AP (2015) Spatially variable habitat quality contributes to within-population variation in reproductive success
Ecology and Evolution 5:1474-1483
Griffen BD, *Vogel M, *Goulding L, *Hartman R (2015) Energetic effects of diet choice by invasive Asian shore crabs: implications for persistence when prey are scarce
Marine Ecology Progress Series 522:181-192
**Belgrad BA, Griffen BD (2015) Rhizocephalan infection modifies host food consumption by reducing host activity levels
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 466:70-75
**Riley ME, **Johnston CA, Feller IC, Griffen BD (2014) Range expansion of
Aratus pisonii (mangrove tree crab) into novel vegetative habitats.
Southeastern Natrualist 13:N43-N48
**Hogan JM, Griffen BD (2014) The dietary and reproductive consequences of fishery-related claw removal for the stone crab
Journal of Shellfish Research 33:795-804
**Toscano BJ, Griffen BD (2014) Trait-mediated functional responses: predator behavioural type mediates prey consumption.
Journal of Animal Ecology 83:1469-1477
Editorial highlight of paper by Kalinkat.
Journal of Animal Ecology 83:1245-1247
**Toscano BJ, *Gato J, Griffen BD (2014) Effects of predation threat on repeatability of individual crab behavior revealed by mark recapture.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68:519-527
**Riley ME, *Vogel M, Griffen BD (2014) Fitness-associated consequences of an omnivorous diet for the mangrove tree crab
Aquatic Biology 20:35-43
Griffen BD (2014) Linking individual diet variation and fecundity in an omnivorous marine consumer.
Drake JM, Griffen BD (2013) Experimental demonstration of accelerated extinction in source-sink metapopulations.
Ecology and Evolution 3:3369-3378
**Toscano BJ, Griffen BD (2013) Predator size interacts with habitat structure to determine the allometric scaling of the functional response.
Griffen BD, **Toscano B, *Gatto J (2012) The role of intraspecific trait variation in mediating indirect interactions.
**Decker RA, Griffen BD (2012) Correlating context-specific boldness and physiological condition of female sand fiddler crabs (
Journal of Ethology
Griffen BD, Altman I, *Bess BM, *Hurley J, **Penfield A (2012) The role of foraging in the success of invasive species.
Biological Invasions 14:2545-2558
**Toscano BJ, Griffen BD (2012) Predatory crab size diversity and bivalve consumption in oyster reefs.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 445:65-74
*Repetto M, Griffen BD (2012) Physiological consequences of parasite infection in the burrowing mud shrimp
Upogebia pugettensis, a widespread ecosystem engineer
. Marine and Freshwater Research 63:60-67
Griffen BD, Altman I, *Hurley J, *Mosblack H (2011) Reduced fecundity by one invader in the presence of another: a potential mechanism leading to species replacement.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 406:6-13
Delaney DG, Griffen BD, Leung B (2011) Injury as a moderator of impacts of invasive species.
Biological Invasions 13:2935-2945
Drake JM, *Shapiro J, Griffen BD (2011) Experimental demonstration of a two-phase population extinction hazard.
Proceedings of the Royal Society Interface
Griffen BD, *Mosblack H (2011) Predicting diet and consumption rate differences between and within species using gut ecomorphology.
Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 854-863
Griffen BD (2011) Ecological impacts of replacing one invasive species with another in rocky intertidal areas.
In: In the Wrong Place: Alien Marine Crustaceans - Distribution, Biology and Impacts. (eds.) Galil B, Clark P., Springer., p. 687-701
Griffen BD, Spooner D, Spivak A, Kramer A, Santoro A, Kelly N (2010) Moving species redundancy towards a more predictive framework.
Limnology and Oceanography Methods, Eco-DAS VIII 3:30-46
Drake JM, Griffen BD (2010) Early warning signals of extinction in deteriorating environments.
Nature 467:456-459. Editorial highlight of paper by Scheffer.
Griffen BD (2009) Consumers that are not 'ideal' or 'free' can still approach the ideal free distribution using realistic patch-leaving rules.
Journal of Animal Ecology 78:919-927
Griffen BD, Byers JE (2009) Community impacts of two invasive crabs: the roles of density, prey recruitment, and indirect effects.
Biological Invasions 11:927-940
Griffen BD (2009) Effects of a newly invasive parasite on the burrowing mud shrimp, a widespread ecosystem engineer.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 361:73-83
Griffen BD, Drake JM (2009) Environment, but not migration, influences extinction risk in experimental metapopulations.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 276:4363-4371. Featured in
Nature 461:573 (1 October 2009)
Drake JM, Griffen BD (2009) The speed of expansion and extinction in experimental populations.
Ecology Letters 12:772-778
Griffen BD, Drake JM (2009) Scaling rules for the final approach to extinction.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B276:1361-1367
Griffen BD, *Williamson, T (2008) Influence of predator density on nonindependent effects of multiple predator species.
Griffen BD, Byers JE (2006) Partitioning mechanisms of predator interference in different habitats.
Griffen BD, Byers JE (2006) Intraguild predation reduces redundancy of predator species in multiple predator assemblage.
Journal of Animal Ecology 75:959-966
Griffen BD, DeWitt TH, Langdon C (2004) Particle removal rates by the mud shrimp
Upogebia pugettensis, its burrow, and a commensal clam: effects on estuarine phytoplankton abundance.
Marine Ecology Progress Series 269:223-236
DeWitt, T.H., A.F. D'Andrea, C.A. Brown, B.D. Griffen, and P.M. Eldridge. 2004. Impact of burrowing shrimp populations on nitrogen cycling and water quality in western North American temperate estuaries. pp. 107-118, In: A. Tamaki (ed.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Ecology of Large Bioturbators in Tidal Flats and Shallow Sublittoral Sediments - from Individual Behavior to Their Role as Ecosystem Engineers. University of Nagasaki, Japan