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Biological Invasions August 2009 Issue: 11(7)
Issue: Invasive rodents on islands: integrating
historical and contemporary ecology (USDA access
Aukema, Juliann E., Deborah G. McCullough, Betsy Von Holle, Andrew M. Liebhold, Kerry Britton and Susan J. Frankel. 2010. Historical
accumulation of nonindigenous forest pests in
the continental United States. Bioscience 60(11): 886-97.
(USDA access through DigiTop)
Aukema, Juliann E.; Leung, Brian.; Kovacs, Kent; Chivers, Corey;
Britton, Kerry O.; Englin, Jeffrey; Frankel, Susan
J.; Haight, Robert G.; Holmes, Thomas P.; Liebhold,
Andrew M.; McCullough, Deborah G.; Von Holle, Betsy.
Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental
United States. PLos ONE 6(9):
Brockerhoff, Eckehard G., Andrew M. Liebhold, and Herv Jactel.
ecology of forest insect invasions and advances
in their management. (PDF | 78 KB) Canadian Journal of Forest
Courchamp, Franck, Jean-Louis Chapuis, and Michel Pascal. 2003. Mammal
invaders on islands: impact, control and control impact. Biological Reviews 78(3): 347-83. (USDA access through DigiTop)
Crowder, David W., and William E. Snyder. 2010. Eating their way to the top? Mechanisms underlying the success of invasive insect generalist predators. Biological Invasions 12(9): 2857-76. (USDA access through DigiTop)
Dobbs, Thomas T., and Charles F. Brodel. 2004. Cargo aircraft as a pathway for the entry of nonindigenous pests into south Florida. (PDF | 190 KB) Florida Entomologist 87(1): 65-78.
Jones, Holly P., Bernie R. Tershy, Erika S. Zavaleta, Donald A. Croll, Bradford S Keitt, Myra E. Finkelstein, and Gregg R. Harold. 2008. Severity of the effects of invasive rats on seabirds: a global review. Conservation Biology 22(1): 16-26. (USDA access through DigiTop)
Kenis, Marc, Marie-Anne Auger- Rozenberg, Alain Roques, Laura Timms, Christelle, Pere, Matthew J.W. Cock, et al. 2009. Ecological effects of invasive alien insects. Biological Invasions 11(1): 21-45. (USDA access through DigiTop)
Hendrix, Paul F. 2006. Biological invasions belowground—earthworms as invasive species. Biological Invasions 8(6): 1201-04. (USDA access through DigiTop)
Liebhold, Andrew M., Timothy T. Work, Deborah G. McCullough, and Joseph F. Cavey. 2006. Airline baggage as a pathway for alien insect species invading the United States. (PDF | 2.05 MB) American Entomologist 52(1): 48-54.
Spear, Dian., and Steven L. Chown. 2009. Non-indigenous ungulates as a threat to biodiversity. Journal of Zoology 279(1): 1-17. (USDA access through DigiTop)
White, Piran C. L., Adriana E.S. Ford, MIck N. Clout, Richard M. Engeman, Sugoto Roy, and Glen Saunders. 2008. Alien
invasive vertebrates in ecosystems: pattern, process and the social
dimension. (PDF | 180 KB) Wildlife Research 35(3): 171-79.
Yap, Charlotte A., and Navjot S. Sodhi. 2004. Southeast Asian invasive birds: ecology, impact and management. Ornithological Science 3(1): 57-67.