Volume 8, Special ICMB-IX Issue (in press)

Special Issue:  Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions (ICMB-IX), 19-21 January 2016, Sydney, Australia  

Edited by Joana Dias, Cynthia McKenzie and Fred Wells  

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Articles in press: this web page contains corrected proofs of peer reviewed accepted articles to be published in the special ICMB-IX issue of MBI.
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

Bella Galil, Agnese Marchini, Anna Occhipinti-Ambrogi and Henn Ojaveer
The enlargement of the Suez Canal—Erythraean introductions and management challenges (in press)

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Katherine A. Dafforn
Eco-engineering and management strategies for marine infrastructure to reduce establishment and dispersal of non-indigenous species (in press)

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Joel Christopher Creed, Andrea de Oliveira Ribeiro Junqueira, Beatriz Grosso Fleury, Marcelo Checoli Mantelatto and Simone Siag Oigman-Pszczol
The Sun-Coral Project: the first social-environmental initiative to manage the biological invasion of Tubastraea spp. in Brazil (in press)

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John D.P. Davidson, Thomas Landry, Gerald R. Johnson and Pedro A. Quijón
A cost-benefit analysis of four treatment regimes for the invasive tunicate Ciona intestinalis on mussel farms (in press)

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Luciana Altvater, Luciana V.R. de Messano, Maurício Andrade, Moacir Apolinário and Ricardo Coutinho
Use of sodium hypochlorite as a control method for the non-indigenous coral species Tubastraea coccinea Lesson, 1829 (in press)

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Lindsay M. Marks, Daniel C. Reed and Adam K. Obaza
Assessment of control methods for the invasive seaweed Sargassum horneri in California, USA (in press)

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P. Joana Dias, Seema Fotedar, Julieta Munoz, Matthew J. Hewitt, Sherralee Lukehurst, Mathew Hourston, Claire Wellington, Roger Duggan, Samantha Bridgwood, Marion Massam, Victoria Aitken, Paul de Lestang, Simon McKirdy, Richard Willan, Lisa Kirkendale, Jennifer Giannetta, Maria Corsini-Foka, Steve Pothoven, Fiona Gower, Frédérique Viard, Christian Buschbaum, Giuseppe Scarcella, Pierluigi Strafella, Melanie J. Bishop, Timothy Sullivan, Isabella Buttino, Hawis Madduppa, Mareike Huhn, Chela J. Zabin, Karolina Bacela-Spychalska, Dagmara Wójcik-Fudalewska, Alexandra Markert, Alexey Maximov, Lena Kautsky, Cornelia Jaspers, Jonne Kotta, Merli Pärnoja, Daniel Robledo, Konstantinos Tsiamis, Frithjof C. Küpper, Ante Žuljević, Justin I. McDonald and Michael Snow
Establishment of a taxonomic and molecular reference collection to support the identification of species regulated by the Western Australian Prevention List for Introduced Marine Pests (in press)

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Mareike Huhn, Neviaty P. Zamani and Mark Lenz
Tolerance to hypoxia in Asian green mussels, Perna viridis, collected from a ship hull in the non-native range in eastern Indonesia (in press)

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David Drolet, Claudio DiBacco, Andrea Locke, Cynthia H. McKenzie, Christopher W. McKindsey and Thomas W. Therriault
Optimizing screening protocols for non-indigenous species: are currently used tools over-parameterized? (in press)

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Lynda G. Duncombe and Thomas W. Therriault
Evaluating trapping as a method to control the European green crab, Carcinus maenas, population at Pipestem Inlet, British Columbia (in press)

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Anjali Pande, Hernando Acosta, Naya A. Brangenberg and Ben Knight
A risk-based surveillance design for the marine pest Mediterranean fanworm Sabella spallanzanii (Gmelin, 1791) (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) – a New Zealand case study (in press)

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