Nancy O'Connor, PhD
Science & Engineering 336A
|1990||North Carolina State University||PhD|
|1982||University of Delaware||MS|
|1980||University of Massachusetts Dartmouth||BS|
- Biology of Invertebrates
- Marine Benthic Ecology
- Ecology of marine invertebrate animals, particularly coastal species of crabs
- Marine bioinvasions
- Biology of marine larvae
- Crane, L.C. and N.J. O’Connor (2021).
Cannibalism as a potential factor affecting recruitment of the invasive Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus
Marine Biology , 168, 46.
- Mygas, S.A., M.L. Judge and N.J. O’Connor (2020).
Megalopae of the invasive crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus metamorphose in response to marine biofilms from different potential habitats
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 524, 151294.
- O'Connor, N.J. (2018).
Changes in population sizes of Hemigrapsus sanguineus (Asian shore crab) and resident crab species in southeastern New England (2010-2016)
Northeastern Naturalist, 25, 197-201.
- Blasi, J.C. and N.J. O'Connor (2016).
Amphipods as potential prey of the Asian shore crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus: laboratory and field experiments
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 474, 18-22.
- Lovely, C.M., N.J. O'Connor, and M.L. Judge (2015).
Abundance of non-native crabs in intertidal habitats of New England with natural and artificial structure
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