Volume 204 2009

Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems

Ecological, Management, and Geographic Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-3-540-79235-2 (Print) 978-3-540-79236-9 (Online)

Table of contents (34 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxvi

  2. Perspectives on Marine Invasions

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      Marine Bioinvasions: Conservation Hazards and Vehicles for Ecological Understanding

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      Pages 13-56

      Deep Invasion Ecology and the Assembly of Communities in Historical Time

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      Pages 57-69

      Natural and Climate Change Mediated Invasions

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      Pages 71-105

      Modeling Marine Invasions: Current and Future Approaches

  3. Invader Arrival

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      Pages 109-116

      Characterizing Vectors of Marine Invasion

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      Pages 117-131

      The Vessel as a Vector – Biofouling, Ballast Water and Sediments

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      Pages 133-151

      The Role of Propagule Pressure in Invasion Success

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      Pages 153-170

      Differentiating Successful and Failed Invaders: Species Pools and the Importance of Defining Vector, Source and Recipient Regions

  4. Invader Establishment

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      Pages 173-175

      The Establishment of Invasive Species

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      Pages 177-202

      The Role of Phenotypic Plasticity in Marine Biological Invasions

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      Pages 203-214

      Escape from Parasites

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      Pages 215-238

      Ecological Factors Affecting Community Invasibility

  5. Invader Integration into Ecosystems

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      Pages 241-244

      The Integration of Invasive Species into Marine Ecosystemss

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      Pages 245-260

      Competition in Marine Invasions

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      Pages 261-285

      Predator-Prey Interactions of Marine Invaders

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      Pages 287-304

      The Role of Exotic Marine Ecosystem Engineers

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      Pages 305-324

      Multitrophic Effects of Invasions in Marine and Estuarine Systems

  6. Management Perspectives

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      Pages 327-334

      Marine Bioinvasion Management: Structural Framework

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      Pages 335-352

      Examples of Current International, Regional and National Regulatory Frameworks for Preventing and Managing Marine Bioinvasions

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      Pages 353-373

      An Overview of Risk Assessment in a Marine Biosecurity Context

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