Dr. John Christmas

Professor (Adjunct), MSE Division

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Christmas, J. F. 2011. A comparative assessment of aquatic invasive species management in Maryland and Virginia. (Doctoral dissertation).  George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Christmas, J.  2004. Status of regional aquatic nuisance species panels in the United States: cooperative federalism. Aquatic Invaders. 15 (1) New York Sea Grant.  Pp. 15-20.

Christmas, J., D. Terlizzi, and E. May. 2001.  Management of aquatic nuisance species in the Chesapeake Bay Basin: past and present. Aquatic Nuisance Species Digest, 4 (2).  Freshwater Foundation.

Christmas, J. Eades, R., Siemien, J., Cincotta, D., Shiels, A., Miller, R., and P. Fuller., 2001. History, status, and management of introduced fishes in the Chesapeake Bay Basin. In: (G. Therres, ed.) Conservation of Biological Diversity: A Key to the Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem and Beyond. Conference Proceedings, May 10-13, 1998. Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Annapolis, MD.