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Ware, J., E. Pilgrim, M. May, N. Donnelly, AND K. Tennessen. Phylogenetic relationships of North American Gomphidae and their close relatives. Systematic Entomology. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, 42(2):347-358, (2017).
Pilgrim, E. eDNA Applications for Detecting & Monitoring Invasive Species. University of Cincinnati course in Invasive Species, Cincinnati, OH, March 27, 2017.
Mitchell, R., A. Pollard, L. Yuan, AND E. Pilgrim. Comparing metagenomic and morphological periphyton assemblage data to major environmental gradients: A pilot study from the National Rivers and Stream Assessment. Society of Freshwater Science 2016 Annual Meeting, Sacramento, CA, May 22 - 26, 2016.
Banerji, A., M. Bagley, E. Pilgrim, J. Martinson, S. Guglielmi, Dan Tettenhorst, J. Shoemaker, Joel Allen, C. Nietch, J. Santodomingo, J. Lu, AND Jim Lazorchak. Do Eukaryotic Species Interactions Drive Freshwater HAB Dynamics? SETAC World Congress/ SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, November 06 - 10, 2016.
White, B., E. Pilgrim, L. Boykin, E. Stein, AND R. Mazor. Comparison of four species-delimitation methods applied to a DNA barcode data set of insect larvae for use in routine bioassessment for use in routine bioassessment. Freshwater Science. The Society for Freshwater Science, Springfield, IL, 33(1):338-348, (2014).
Jackson, J., J. Battle, B. White, E. Pilgrim, E. Stein, P. Miller, AND B. Sweeney. Cryptic biodiversity in streams: a comparison of macroinvertebrate communities based on morphological and DNA barcode identifications. Freshwater Science. The Society for Freshwater Science, Springfield, IL, 33(1):312-324, (2014).
Stein, E., B. White, R. Mazor, J. Jackson, J. Battle, P. Miller, E. Pilgrim, AND B. Sweeney. Does DNA barcoding improve performance of traditional stream bioassessment metrics? Freshwater Science. The Society for Freshwater Science, Springfield, IL, 33(1):302-311, (2014).
Stein, E., B. White, R. Mazor, P. Miller, AND E. Pilgrim. Evaluating Ethanol-based Sample Preservation to Facilitate Use of DNA Barcoding in Routine Freshwater Biomonitoring Programs Using Benthic Macroinvertebrates. PLoS ONE . Public Library of Science, San Francisco, CA, 8(1):e51273, (2013).
Pilgrim, E., M. Blum, D. Reusser, H. Lee, AND J. Darling. Geographic range and structure of cryptic genetic diversity among Pacific North American populations of the non-native amphipod Grandidierella japonica. Biological Invasions . Springer SBM, New York, NY, 15(11):2415-2428, (2013).
PILGRIM, E., S. A. JACKSON, AND J. W. MARTINSON. Applying next-generation DNA sequencing technology to aquatic bioassessment. Presented at EcoSummit 2012, Columbus, OH, September 30 - October 05, 2012.
Smith, R. F., W. O. Lamp, AND E. PILGRIM. By land or by stream? contribution of constrained dispersal by adult caddisflies to diversity loss from urban headwaters. Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
Jackson, J. K., J. M. Battle, B. White, E. Stein, E. PILGRIM, P. E. Miller, AND B. W. Sweeney. Cryptic biodiversity in streams - a comparison of macroinvertebrate communities based on morphological and DNA barcode identifications. Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
PILGRIM, E., L. M. Boykin, AND B. White. DNA barcodes, species delimitation, and bioassessment: issues of diversity, analysis, and standardization. Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
White, B., E. PILGRIM, R. Mazor, AND E. Stein. Do DNA barcoding delimitation methods affect our view of stream biodiversity? Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
PILGRIM, E. Future collaborations between NEON and the U.S. EPA: linking molecular genomics for bioassessment with national ecological data sets. Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
Stein, E. D., P. Miller, B. Sweeney, AND E. PILGRIM. Moving DNA barcoding toward bioassessment application: roadmap of challenges and solutions. Presented at Society of Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
PILGRIM, E. Genetics? DNA sequences? But I'm an aquatic entomologist! Presented at Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Reno, NV, November 15, 2011.
PILGRIM, E., S. A. JACKSON, S. Swenson, I. Turcsanyi, E. Friedman, L. Weigt, AND M. BAGLEY. Incorporation of DNA barcoding into a large-scale biomonitoring program: opportunities and pitfalls. JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. North American Benthological Society, Lawrence, KS, 30(1):217-231, (2011).
PILGRIM, E., S. A. JACKSON, J. W. MARTINSON, AND J. DARLING. The future role of next-generation DNA sequencing and metagenetics in aquatic biology monitoring programs. Presented at SETAC Europe, Milan, ITALY, May 14 - 20, 2011.
PILGRIM, E. DNA barcoding difficulties and challenges. Presented at Southern California Coastal Water Research Project DNA Barcoding Colloquium, Costa Verde, CA, February 17, 2010.
PILGRIM, E. AND J. DARLING. Genetic diversity in two introduced biofouling amphipods (Amphipods valida and Jassa marmorata) along the Pacific North American coast: investigation into molecular identification and cryptic diversity. Diversity and Distributions. Blackwell Publishing Limited, Oxford, Uk, 16:827-839, (2010).
PILGRIM, E., J. V. SCHAROLD, J. DARLING, AND J. R. KELLY. Genetic diversity of Diporeia in the Great Lakes: comparison of Lake Superior to the other Great Lakes. Presented at International Association of Great Lakes Research , Toronto, ON, CANADA, May 17 - 21, 2010.
PILGRIM, E. AND S. A. JACKSON. Unusually high genetic diversity in COI sequences of Chimarra obscura (Trichoptera: Philopotamidae). Presented at North American Benthological Society, Sante Fe, NM, June 06 - 11, 2010.
PILGRIM, E., C. J. Geraci, AND D. J. Baird. Using DNA barcode data to uncover cryptic diversity. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Sante Fe, NM, June 06 - 11, 2010.
PILGRIM, E. A proposal: incorporating odonates into stream bioassessments using DNA barcodes. Presented at Dragonfly Society of the Americas Annual Meeting, Sullivan, MO, June 19 - 21, 2009.