Volume 10, Issue 4

Special Issue:  Marine Invasive Species 

Edited by: Stephan Bullard, Mary Carman and Joana Dias 

in press

This special issue of Management of Biological Invasions includes applied papers presented at the 2018 International Invasive Sea Squirt Conference held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA, May 2-4, 2018, and at the 10th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions held in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, October 16–18, 2018.

The publication of this special issue is supported by the International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species (INVASIVESNET).


Contents

Research articles

Mary R. Carman, Philip D. Colarusso, Hilary A. Neckles, Paul Bologna, Scott Caines, John D.P. Davidson, N. Tay Evans, Sophia E. Fox, David W. Grunden, Sarah Hoffman, Kevin C.K. Ma, Kyle Matheson, Cynthia H. McKenzie, Eric P. Nelson, Holly Plaisted, Emily Reddington, Stephen Schott and Melisa C. Wong
Biogeographical patterns of tunicates utilizing eelgrass as substrate in the western North Atlantic between 39º and 47º north latitude (New Jersey to Newfoundland) (in press)

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Yingqi Zhang, Linda Deegan and Mary R. Carman
Invasive tunicate (Ascidiacea) metabolic and filtration rates in comparison to native tunicate and bivalve species (in press)

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Mary R. Carman and David W. Grunden
A preliminary assessment of crab predation on epifaunal fouling organisms attached to eelgrass at Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA (in press)

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Kristin L. Osborne and Helen C. Poynton
Copper pollution enhances the competitive advantage of invasive ascidians (in press)

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Marjorie Couton, Thierry Comtet, Sabrina Le Cam, Erwan Corre and Frédérique Viard
Metabarcoding on planktonic larval stages: an efficient approach for detecting and investigating life cycle dynamics of benthic aliens (in press)

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Shaun Cunningham, Laurel Teirney, Jennie Brunton, Rebecca McLeod, Richard Bowman, Derek Richards, Richard Kinsey and Fleur Matthews
Mitigating the threat of invasive marine species to Fiordland: New Zealand’s first pathway management plan (in press)

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