Publications

  • DeBruyckere, L. 2016. Metro Vancouver  Water Services Department: Watersheds/Environmental Management & Control Division - Watershed Biosecurity Analysis - Terrestrial and Aquatic Invasive Species. 91pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2016. Montana management assessment of invasive species. A report prepared for the Montana Invasive Species Advisory Council. 66pp.
  • Toft, J.D., S.H. Munsch, J. R. Cordell, K. Siitari, V.C. Hare, B. Holycross, L.A. DeBruyckere, and C.M. Greene. 2016. Nursery Functions of West Coast Estuaries: Data Assessment for Juveniles of 15 Focal Fish and Crustacean Species.
  • Scianni, C., M. Falkner, and L. DeBruyckere. 2017. Biofouling in the U.S. Pacific States and British Columbia. White paper prepared for the Coastal Committee of the Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species. 50pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2016. Making connections: Oregon’s marine reserves. Seven Seas Magazine. Pp. 38–43.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2015. Advancing a regional defense against dreissenids in the Pacific Northwest. 32pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L., W. Brown, and B. Tweit. 2014. Washington dreissenid mussel rapid response plan. 63pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L., and S. Phillips. 2014. Strategies to conduct vulnerability assessments for high priority Columbia River Basin hydropower and dam facilities. 29pp.
  • Draheim, R., R. Boatner, G. Dolphin, and L. DeBruyckere. 2013. Oregon dreissenid mussel rapid response plan. 60pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2010. A statewide management assessment of invasive species in Oregon. A report prepared for the Oregon Invasive Species Council. 140pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2010. City of Portland terrestrial and aquatic invasive animal assessment. A report for the City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services. 79pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2009. The discovery of non-native species in a Port of Portland shipping container: A gap analysis. 196pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L. 2008. Mule Deer in the West: Changing Landscapes, Changing Perspectives. A publication for the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 30pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L.A. 2006. Changing the Paradigm--Effectively Engaging Stakeholders in Forest Policy Issues. Journal of Forestry, pp. 335–336(2).
  • DeBruyckere, L.A. and J.E. Garr. 1990. Managing people and wildlife on urban wildlife areas. Proc. National Institute for Urban Wildlife, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
  • DeBruyckere, L.A. 1988. The feeding ecology of northern pintail, American wigeon and long-billed dowitchers at Selawik National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. M.S. Thesis, University of Maine at Orono, 120pp.
  • DeBruyckere, L.A. 1983. The economic impact of codworm on cod processing plants in Maine. Pages 38-42 in Harbor seal populations and marine mammal-fisheries interactions, 1982. JR Gilbert and KM Wynne, editors. 2nd annual report to the National Marine Fisheries Service, Contract #NA-80-FA-C-00029. 43pp.
  • Numerous popular articles written for the Missouri Conservationist and Oregon Wildlife magazine.

Presentations

 

2016

Moderate a session at the Lake Roosevelt Forum on Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Efforts in the West (November 2016)

Moderate a series of Western Aquatic Invasive Species Webinars (2016)

Overview of watercraft inspection/decontamination funding and where inspection stations are located in each state - Pacific Northwest Economic Region Annual Summit - Calgary, Alberta (July)

Dreissenid Mussel Research Priorities - webinar (May)

Enhancing the ecological function and resilience of West Coast estuaries through the creation of a prioritization scheme to guide conservation and restoration actions supporting fish habitat functions - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - Portland, Oregon (January)

 

2015

The Path to Strategic Investments in West Coast Estuaries - Pacific Marine and Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership - Sacramento, California - December

The Path to Strategic Investments in West Coast Estuaries - Pacific Marine and Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership - Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation - Portland Oregon - November

International, Federal, State and Provincial Regulatory Roles and Responsibilities Regarding Aquatic Marine West Coast Invasive Species - Western Regional Panel Coastal Committee - Stateline, Nevada - September

Advancing a Regional Defense Against Dreissenids and Aquatic Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest - Council of Governments West - Kalispell, Montana - August

The Path to Strategic Investments in West Coast Estuaries: The Pacific Marine and Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership Nursery Assessment - American Fisheries Society - Portland, Oregon - August 

Advancing a Regional Defense Against Dreissenids and Aquatic Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest - Pacific Northwest Economic Region - Big Sky, Montana -  July

 

2014

Informing Estuary Resource Protection and Restoration Efforts Along the West Cost - Restore America's Estuaries Conference, Washington, DC - November 

Advancing Estuary Restoration, Awareness and Science Through the Coastal Fish Habitat Partnerships - Moderator - Restore America's Estuaries Conference, Washington, DC - November 

 

2013
The Silent Invasion Campaign: Reduce the Impacts of Invasive Species in Oregon - NY Invasive Species Advisory Committee  March 2013

USFWS Regional Information Management Strategy - Portland, Oregon - June 2013

 

2012

"Firewood Buddy Smartphone App: A Collaborative Project to Raise Awareness About the Movement of Invasive Species Via Firewood." - Continental Dialogue Meeting - Sacramento, California - November 

"The Oregon Invasive Species Council: Protecting Oregon From Invasive Species" - 2012 Asian Gypsy Moth Review Meeting - October 
"Pacific Marine and Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership" - National Fish Habitat Board - Big Cedar Lodge, Missouri - October 

"Pacific NorthWest Regional Invasive Species Outreach Campaigns: Successes and Lessons Learned" - Pacific NorthWest Economic Region - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - July 

"Proactive Invasive Species Prevention and Management: State and Regional Collaboration" - Strategic Management of Invasive Species in the Northwest US Workshop - Portland, Oregon - May 

"The Pacific Northwest . . . Things Look Different Here" - National Invasive Species Council Advisory Committee - Portland, Oregon - May  
"Moving the Needle with the Three C's: Communication, Collaboration, and Coordination" - Plenary Speaker at American Fisheries Society/British Columbia Fisheries - May 

"The Oregon Invasive Species Council - Protecting Oregon From Invasive Species" - Pesticide Applicator Recertification Meeting - Portland, Oregon - April 

"Problem-Solving Through Collaboration: Case Studies Using Art, Logic, and Negotiation" - American Fisheries Society - Eugene, Oregon - March 
"The Economics and Messaging of Invasive Species" - Pulling it Together Conference - Portland, Oregon - February 
"The Oregon Invasive Species Council" - Central Oregon Pest Management Meeting - Redmond, Oregon - February 


2011
"Tri-state Firewood Outreach Campaign" - Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies - Big Sky, Montana - July 
"Pacific Northwest Firewood Outreach Campaign for Preventing the Spread of Forest Pests" - Pacific Northwest Economic Region Summit - Portland, Oregon - July 
"Tri-state Firewood Outreach Campaign" - National Invasive Species Awareness Week - Washington, DC - May 

2010
"City of Portland Terrestrial and Aquatic Invasive Animal Assessment" - City staff - Portland, Oregon - February 
"Statewide Management Assessment of Invasive Species in Oregon" - Oregon State Weed Board - Salem, Oregon -February  
"City of Portland Terrestrial and Aquatic Invasive Animal Assessment" - Urban Ecology Research Symposium - Portland, Oregon - January 

2009
Hopmere Grower Meeting - Salem, Oregon - December  
"Practical Applications of Wildlife Management on Working Forests" - Moderator - Eugene, Oregon - December 
"Oregon Invasive Species Council" - Oregon Society of Weed Science - Hood River, Oregon - October  
"Oregon Invasive Species Council" - Oregon Vegetation Management Association - Seaside, Oregon - October 
Western States Canadian Standardization Conference - Western states and Canadian staff - Salem, Oregon - October 
"Achieving Landscape Permeability in an Urban Environment: Wildlife Crossing Guidelines and Considerations" - Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Conference - Gleneden Beach, Oregon - February 
"The Oregon Invasive Species Council" - Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board - Eugene, Oregon 
"The Silent Invasion" - British Columbia Invasive Plant Council - Vancouver, British Columbia - January

2008
The Oregon Invasive Species Council - An Update - Interagency Noxious Weed Symposium - Corvallis, Oregon
Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Conservation Education Center Master Plan - Arkansas Game and Fish Commission 

2006
"Effectively Engaging Stakeholders in Forest Policy Issues" - Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society Annual Conference - February