Volume 186 2006

Biological Invasions in New Zealand

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ISBN: 978-3-540-30022-9 (Print) 978-3-540-30023-6 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Motivations and consequences of the human dispersal of plants

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      Paradise Lost — the Last Major Colonization

  2. Magnitude of Alien Invasion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 15-15

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      Pages 17-32

      Becoming New Zealanders: Immigration and the Formation of the Biota

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      Pages 33-47

      Creating Gardens: The Diversity and Progression of European Plant Introductions

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      Pages 49-66

      Introduced Mammals in a New Environment

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      Pages 67-84

      Parasites and Biological Invasions

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      Pages 85-100

      Export of Plant and Animal Species from an Insular Biota

  3. Controls on Invasion Success

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      Pages 101-101

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      Pages 103-118

      Genetics of Invasive Species in New Zealand

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      Pages 119-135

      Are the Marine Biotas of Island Ecosystems More Vulnerable to Invasion?

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      Pages 137-154

      Factors Affecting the Release, Establishment and Spread of Introduced Birds in New Zealand

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      Pages 155-166

      Biological Control Agents: Can They Tell Us Anything About the Establishment of Unwanted Alien Species?

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      Pages 167-177

      The Context of Plant Invasions in New Zealand: Evolutionary History and Novel Niches

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      Pages 179-193

      Controls on the Population Dynamics of Invading Mammals

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      Pages 195-209

      What Controls Invasion of Indigenous Forests by Alien Plants?

  4. Consequences of Alien Invasions

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      Pages 211-211

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      Pages 213-225

      Consequences of Brown Trout Invasion for Stream Ecosystems

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      Pages 227-245

      Relative (Un)Importance of Introduced Animals as Pollinators and Dispersers of Native Plants

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      Pages 247-263

      Trophic Interactions Among Native and Introduced Animal Species

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      Pages 265-279

      Keystone Aliens? The Multiple Impacts of Brushtail Possums

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      Pages 281-294

      Keystone Species: Competition for Honeydew Among Exotic and Indigenous Species

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      Pages 295-306

      Consequences of Alien N2-Fixers on Vegetation Succession in New Zealand

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      Pages 307-322

      Hidden Effects: the Belowground Consequences of Introduced Browsing Mammals in New Zealand Forests

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