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Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives
Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) (2007). Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6). Walter De Gruyter: Berlin. ISBN 978-3-11-019534-7. 321-457 [144] pp.
Part of: Botanica Marina. Walter de Gruyter & Co: Berlin; New York. ISSN 0006-8055, more
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Keywords
    Algae; Control; Harvesting; Invasive species; Marine

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  • Johnson, C.G., editor

Content
  • Johnson, C.R.; Chapman, A.R.O. (2007). Seaweed invasions: introduction and scope, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 321-325, more
  • Hewitt, C.L.; Campbell, M.L.; Schaffelke, B. (2007). Introductions of seaweeds: accidental transfer pathways and mechanisms, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 326-337, more
  • Pickering, T.D.; Skelton, P.A.; Sulu, R.J. (2007). Intentional introductions of commercially harvested alien seaweeds, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 338-350, more
  • Valentine, J.P.; Magierowski, R.H.; Johnson, C.R. (2007). Mechanisms of invasion: establishment, spread and persistence of introduced seaweed populations, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 351-360, more
  • Dunstan, P.K.; Johnson, C.R. (2007). Mechanisms of invasions: can the recipient community influence invasion rates?, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 361-372, more
  • Meinesz, A. (2007). Methods for identifying and tracking seaweed invasions, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 373-384, more
  • Booth, D.; Provan, J.; Maggs, C.A. (2007). Molecular approaches to the study of invasive seaweeds, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 385-396, more
  • Schaffelke, B.; Hewitt, C.L. (2007). Impacts of introduced seaweeds, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 397-417, more
  • Anderson, L.W.J. (2007). Control of invasive seaweeds, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 418-437, more
  • Doelle, M.; McConnell, M.L.; VanderZwaag, D.L. (2007). Invasive seaweeds: global and regional law and policy responses, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 438-450, more
  • Johnson, C.R. (2007). Seaweed invasions: conclusions and future directions, in: Johnson, C.G. (Ed.) Seaweed invasions: a synthesis of ecological, economic and legal imperatives. Botanica Marina, 50(5-6): pp. 451-457, more

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