Marino, P. C., D. A. Landis and B. A. Hawkins. 2006. Conserving parasitoid assemblages of North American pest Lepidoptera: does biological control by native parasitoids depend on landscape complexity? Biological Control 37:173-185.
Pullaro, T. C., P. C. Marino, D. M. Jackson, H. F. Harrison, and A. P. Keinath, 2006. Killed cover crops as mulches for vegetable production: effects on weeds, weed seeds, and pest insects. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 115:97-104.
Marino. P. C., P. R. Westerman, C. Pinkert, W. van der Werf. 2005. Post-dispersal weed seed predation in cereal fields: influence of seed density and aggregation. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 106: 17-25.
Seaman, R. E., and P. C. Marino. 2003. Mound building and selective seed predation by the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) on an old-field plant assemblage. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Society 130:193-201.
Menalled, F., A.C. Costamagna, P.C. Marino, and D.A. Landis. 2003. Temporal variation in the response of parasitoids to agricultural landscape structure. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 96:29-35
Mennalled, F.D., P.C. Marino, K. A. Renner and D.A. Landis. 2000. Post-dispersal weed seed predation in Michigan crop fields as a function of agricultural landscape structure. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment. 77:193-202.
Marino, P.C. and D.A. Landis. 2000. Parasitoid community structure: implications for biological control in agricultural landscapes. In. B. Ekbom (ed.) pp. 183-194. Interchanges of Insects Between Agricultural and Surrounding Habitats. Chapman and Hall, London
Mennalled, F.D., P.C. Marino, S.H. Gage and D.A. Landis. 1999. Does agricultural landscape structure affect parasitism and parasitoid diversity? Ecological Applications. 9:634-641.
Landis, D.A. and P.C. Marino. 1999. Role of extra-field processes in pest management. In Handbook of Pest Management (J.R. Ruberson, ed). pp. 79-104 Dekker Publ.
Marino, P.C. and K.L. Gross. 1998. Competitive effects of conspecific and herbaceous (weeds) plants on growth and branch architecture of Populus ´ euramericana c.v. Eugenei. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28:359-367.
Marino, P.C. 1997. Competition, dispersal and coexistence of Splachnaceae in patchy habitats. In Advances in Bryology 6 (R.E. Longton, ed). pp. 241-263.
Hawkins, B.A., and P.C. Marino. 1997. The colonization of native phytophagous insects in North America by exotic parasitoids. Oecologia. 112(4) 566-571.
Marino, P.C. and D.A. Landis 1996. Effect of landscape structure on parasitoid diversity and parasitism in agroecosystems. Ecological Applications 6:276-284.
Marino, P.C., H.V. Cornell and D. M. Kahn. 1993. Environmental and clonal influences on host choice and larval survival in a leafmining insect. Journal of Animal Ecology. 62:503-510.
Marino, P.C. and H.V. Cornell. 1992. Adult movement of the native holly leafminer Phytomyza ilicicola Loew (Diptera: Agromyzidae): consequences for host choice within and between habitats. Oecologia. 92:76-82.
Doak, D., P.C. Marino and P. Kareiva. 1992. Spatial scale mediates the influence of habitat fragmentation on dispersal success: implications for conservation. Theoretical Population Biology. 41:315-336.
Marino, P.C. 1991. Dispersal and coexistence of mosses (Splachnaceae) in patchy habitats. Journal of Ecology. 79:1047-1060.
Marino, P.C. 1991. Competition between mosses (Splanchnaceae) in patchy habitats. Journal of Ecology. 79:1031-1046.
Marino, P.C. 1991. The influence of varying degrees of spore aggregation on the coexistence of the mosses Splachnum ampullaceum and S. luteum: a simulation study. Ecological Modeling. 58:333-345.
Marino, P.C. 1988. The North American distribution of the circumboreal species of Splachnum and Tetraplodon. The Bryologist. 91:161-166.
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