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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Brenda Grewell
Exotic and Invasive Weeds Research
Ecology

Phone: (530) 752-0166
Fax: (530) 752-4604

DEPT OF PLANT SCIENCES, UC DAVIS, 280 ROBBINS HALL
ONE SHIELDS AVENUE
DAVIS , CA 95616

Projects
Enhancing Water Resources Stewardship through Aquatic and Riparian Weed Management
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 429011
Watershed-scale Assessment of Pest Dynamics and Implications for Area-wide Management of Invasive Insects and Weeds
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 430049
Factors Influencing the Establishment, Spread and Management of Invasive Ludwigia Species
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 429070
Ecology and Spread of Invasive Yellow Flag Iris With Climate Change - Sea Level Rise in San Francisco Bay-Delta and Pacific Coast Estuaries
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 429351
Ecophysiological and Biochemical Responses of Native and Alien Cordgrasses to Sea Level Rise with Climate Change
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 430725
Colonization Dynamics of Ludwigia Peploides Germinants and Asexual Ramets Under Changing Hydrologic Conditions
Specific Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 431602

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Adaptive management of perennial pepperweed for endangered specias and tidal marsh recovery -
Trait responses of invasive aquatic macrophyte congeners: colonizing diploid outperforms polyploid -
Grewell, B.J., Skaer Thomason, M.J., Futrell, C.J., Iannucci, M., Drenovsky, R. 2016. Trait responses of invasive aquatic Ludwigia congeners (Onagraceae): effects of ploidy and resource availability. AoB Plants. 8:plw014. doi :10.1093/aobpla/plw014.
Establishing research and management priorities for invasive water primroses (Ludwigia spp.) -
Grewell Brenda J., Michael D. Netherland, Meghan J. Skaer Thomason. 2016. Establishing research and management priorities for invasive water primroses (Ludwigia spp.). ERDC/EL TR-16-2, US Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center, Environmental Laboratory, Vicksburg, MS
Clonal integration in Ludwigia hexapetala under different light regimes -
Glover, R., Drenovsky, R., Futrell, C.J., Grewell, B.J. 2015. Clonal integration in Ludwigia hexapetala under different light regimes. Aquatic Botany. 122:40-46.
Effectiveness of the aquatic halophyte Sarcocornia perennis spp. perennis as a biotool for ecological restoration of metal-contaminated salt marshes -
Curadmo, G., Grewell, B.J., Figueroa, E., Castillo, J.M. 2014. Effectiveness of the aquatic halophyte Sarcocornia perennis spp. perennis as a biotool for ecological restoration of metal-contaminated salt marshes. Journal Of Water Air And Soil Pollution. 225(9):1-14. DOI: 10.1007/s11270-014-2108-5.
Phenotypic plasticity of invasive Spartina densiflora (Poaceae) along a broad latitudinal gradient on the Pacific Coast of North America -
Castillo, J.M., Grewell, B.J., Pickart, A., Bortolus, A., Pena, C., Figuerora, M.E., Sytsma, M.D. 2014. Phenotypic plasticity of invasive Spartina densiflora (Poaceae) along a broad latitudinal gradient on the Pacific Coast of North America. American Journal of Botany. 101(3):448-458.
2013. Wetlands. In: Mooney, H. and Zavaleta, E., editors. Ecosystems of California: A Source Book. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press -
Duffy, W.G., Garone, P., Grewell, B.J., Kahara, S.N., Fleskes, J., Helm, B., Moyle, P.B., Records, R., Silveira, J. 2016. Wetlands. In: Mooney, H. and Zavaleta, E., editors. Ecosystems of California: A Source Book. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. p. 669-692.
Native plant restoration combats environmental change: development of carbon and nitrogen sequestration capacity using small cordgrass in European salt marshes -
Curado, G., Rubio-Casai, A., Figueroa, E., Grewell, B.J., Castillo, J.M. 2013. Native plant restoration combats environmental change: development of carbon and nitrogen sequestration capacity using small cordgrass in European salt marshes. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 185:8439-8449. DOI 10.1007/s10661-013-3185-4.
Sea change under climate change: case studies in rare plant conservation from the dynamic San Francisco Estuary -
Grewell, B.J., Espeland, E.K., Fiedler, P.L. 2013. Sea change under climate change: case studies in rare plant conservation from the dynamic San Francisco Estuary. Botany. 91:309-318.
Shifting mosaics: vegetation of Suisun Marsh -
Grewell, B.J., Baye, P.R., Fiedler, P.L. 2014. Shifting mosaics: vegetation of Suisun Marsh. In: Moyle, P.B., Manfree, A., Fiedler, P.L, editors. Suisun Marsh: Ecological history and possible futures. Berkeley, California:University of California Press. p.65-101.
Wastewater polishing by a channelized macrophyte-dominated wetland and anaerobic digestion of the harvested phytomass -
Cohen, M.J., Hare, C., Kozlowski, J., Mccormick, R.S., Chen, L., Parish, M., Schneider, L., Knight, Z., Nelson, T.A., Grewell, B.J. 2012. Wastewater polishing by a channelized macrophyte-dominated wetland and anaerobic digestion of the harvested phytomass. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. 48(3):319-330.
A functional trait perspective on plant invasion -
Drenovsky, R.E., Grewell, B.J., D'Antonio, C.M., Funk, J.L., James, J.J., Molinari, N., Parker, I.M., Richards, C.L. 2012. A functional trait perspective on plant invasion. Annals Of Botany. 110:141-153.
Evaulation of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) management in a seasonal wetland in San Francisco Estuary prior to restoration of tidal hydrology -
Whitcraft, C.R., Grewell, B.J. 2011. Evaulation of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) management in a seasonal wetland in San Francisco Estuary prior to restoration of tidal hydrology. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 20:35-45.
Flora and ecological profile of native and exotic estuarine wetland vegetation by hydrogeomorphic setting at Rush Ranch, Suisun Marsh -
Grewell, B.J., Whitcraft, C., Baye, P. 2011. Flora and ecological profile of native and exotic estuarine wetland vegetation by hydrogeomorphic setting at Rush Ranch, Suisun Marsh. Pg. 79-144 in: Ferner, M.C. editor, 2011. A profile of the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. San Francisco, California. 345 p. plus appendix.
Volatiles emissions from the flea beetle Altica litigata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) associated with invasive Ludwigia hexapetala Reprint Icon -
Carruthers, R.I., Franc, M.K., Gee, W.S., Cosse, A.A., Grewell, B.J., Beck, J.J. 2011. Volatiles emissions from the flea beetle Altica litigata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) associated with invasive Ludwigia hexapetala. Chemoecology. 21(4):253-259.
Estuarine Vegetation at Rush Ranch Open Space Preserve, San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, California -
Grewell, B.J., Whitcraft, C., Baye, P. 2011. Estuarine Vegetation at Rush Ranch Open Space Preserve, San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, California. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 9(3):1-29 and Appendix, 21pp.
Tidal wetland vegetation and ecotone profiles: The Rush Ranch Open Space Preserve -
Whitcraft, C., Grewell, B.J., Baye, P.R. 2012. Tidal wetland vegetation and ecotone profiles: The Rush Ranch Open Space Preserve. In: Palaima, A., editor. Ecology, Conservation, and Restoration of Tidal Marshes. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. p. 113-114.
Ludwigia -
Hoch, P.C., Grewell, B.J. 2012. Ludwigia. Book Chapter. In: Baldwin, B.G. (convening ed.) The Jepson Manual, Vascular Plants of California, 2nd edition. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. p. 948-951.
Clonal spread of invasive Ludwigia hexapetala and L. grandiflora in freshwater wetlands of California -
Okada, M., Grewell, B.J., Jasieniuk, M. 2009. Clonal spread of invasive Ludwigia hexapetala and L. grandiflora in freshwater wetlands of California. Aquatic Botany. 91(3):123-256.
HEMIPARASITES GENERATE ENVIRONMENTAL HETEROGENEITY AND ENHANCE SPECIES COEXISTENCE IN SALT MARSHES -
Grewell, B.J. 2008. Hemiparasites generate environmental heterogeneity and enhance species coexistence in salt marshes. Ecological Applications. 18(5):1297-1306.
PARASITE FACILITATES PLANT SPECIES COEXISTENCE IN A COASTAL WETLAND. -
Grewell, B.J. 2008. Parasite facilitates plant species coexistence in a coastal wetland. Ecology. 89(6): 1481-1488.
RARE PLANTS IN THE GOLDEN GATE ESTUARY: SCALE AND UNDERSTANDING -
Fiedler, P.L., Keever, M.E., Grewell, B.J., Partridge, D.J. 2007. Rare plants in the golden gate estuary: scale and understanding. Australian Journal of Botany.55:206-220.
ESTUARINE WETLANDS (CHAPTER: TERRESTRIAL VEGETATION OF CALIFORNIA) -
Grewell, B.J., Callaway, J.C., Ferren, W.R. 2007. Estuarine wetlands. In: Barbour, M.G., Keeler-Wolf, T., Schoenherr, A. A., editors. Terrestrial Vegetation of California. 3rd edition. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. p.124-154.
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