Volume 8, Special Issue (in press)

Special Issue:  Management of Invasive Species in Inland Waters 

Edited by: Wai Hing Wong, Frank Collas, Marina Piria, Predrag Simonović and Elena Tricarico 

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Articles in press: this web page contains corrected proofs of peer reviewed accepted papers presented at two international meetings devoted to management of invasive species in inland water ecosystems held in 2016 in North America and Europe: the 19th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species (ICAIS) (April 10–14, 2016, Winnipeg, Canada) and “Freshwater Invasives – Networking for Strategy II” Conference (July 11-14, 2016, Zagreb, Croatia).
Corrected proofs are articles containing the authors' corrections and may, or may not yet have journal issue and page numbers assigned.
Please be aware that although articles "in press" do not have all bibliographic details available yet, they can already be cited as follows: Author(s) (2017), Article Title, Management of Biological Invasions 8 (in press).


Research articles in press

Sherri F. Pucherelli and Renata Claudi
Evaluation of the effects of ultra-violet light treatment on quagga mussel settlement and veliger survival at Davis Dam (in press)

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Timothy D. Gingera, Robert Bajno, Margaret F. Docker and James D. Reist
Environmental DNA as a detection tool for zebra mussels Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771) at the forefront of an invasion event in Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (in press)

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James A. Luoma, Jan C. Dean, Todd J. Severson, Jeremy K. Wise and Matthew T. Barbour
Use of alternating and pulsed direct current electrified fields for zebra mussel control (in press)

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Gordon H. Copp, J. Robert Britton, Keith J. Wesley and Phil I. Davison
Non-native fish dispersal as a contaminant of aquatic plant consignments—a case study from England (in press)

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Matija Pofuk, Davor Zanella and Marina Piria
An overview of the translocated native and non-native fish species in Croatia: pathways, impacts and management (in press)

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