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Aquatic Species

Bax, Nicholas, Angela Williamson, Max Aguero, Exequiel Gonzalez, and Warren Geeves. 2003. Marine invasive alien species: a threat to global biodiversity. Marine Policy 27(4): 313-23. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Carlton, James T. 2004. Environmental impacts of marine exotics. Inverview by ActionBiocience.org.

Havel, John E., Carol Eunmi Lee, and M. Jake Vander Zanden. 2005. Do reservoirs facilitate invasions into landscapes? BioScience 55(6): 518-25. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Leung, Brian, Jonathan M. Bossenbroek, and David M. Lodge. 2006. Boats, pathways, and aquatic biological invasions: estimating dispersal potential with gravity models. Biological Invasions 8(2): 241-54. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Molnar, Jennifer L., Rebecca L. Gamboa, Carmen Revenga, and Mark D. Spalding. 2008. Assessing the global threat of invasive species to marine biodiversity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(9): 485–92. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna. 2007. Global change and marine communities: alien species and climate change. Marine Pollution Bulletin 55(7-9): 342-52. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Padilla, Dianna K., and Susan L. Williams. 2004. Beyond ballast water: aquarium and ornamental trades as sources of invasive species in aquatic ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2(3): 131–38. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Pringle, James M., April M. H. Blakeslee, James E. Byers, and Joe Roman. 2011. Asymmetric dispersal allows an upstream region to control population structure throughout a species' range. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108 (37): 15288-293. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Ricciardi, Anthony, and Rebekah Kipp. 2008. Predicting the number of ecologically harmful exotic species in an aquatic system. Diversity and Distributions 14(2): 374-80. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Roman, Joe, and John A. Darling. 2007. Paradox lost: genetic diversity and the success of aquatic invasions. (PDF | 79 KB) Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22(9): 454-64.

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Aquatic Plants

Anderson, Lars W. 2003. A review of aquatic weed biology and management research conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture—Agricultural Research Service. (PDF | 242 KB) Pest Management Science 59(6-7): 801-13.

Galatowitsch, Susan M, Neil O. Anderson, and Peter D. Ascher. 1999. Invasiveness in wetland plants in temperate North America. Wetlands 19(4): 733-55. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Kay, Stratford H., and Steve T. Hoyle. 2001. Mail order, the Internet, and invasive aquatic weeds. (PDF | 51 KB) Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 39(1): 88-91.

Maki, Kristine, and Susan Galatowitsch. 2004. Movement of invasive aquatic plants into Minnesota (USA) through horticultural trade. Biological Conservation 118(3): 389-96. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Wadsworth, R. A, Y. C. Collingham, S. G. Willis, B. Huntley, and P. E. Hulme. 2000. Simulating the spread and management of alien riparian weeds: Are they out of control? Journal of Applied Ecology 37(Suppl 1): 28-38. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Williams, Susan L., and Edwin D. Grosholz. 2008. The invasive species challenge in estuarine and coastal environments: marrying management and science. Estuaries and Coasts 31(1): 3-20. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Zedler, Joy B., and Suzanne Kercher. 2004. Causes and consequences of invasive plants in wetlands: opportunities, opportunists, and outcomes. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 23(5): 431-52.

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Aquatic Animals

Alcaraz, Carles, Anna Vila-Gispert, and Emili García-Berthou. 2005. Profiling invasive fish species: the importance of phylogeny and human use. Diversity and Distributions 11(4): 289-98. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Copp, G. H., et al. 2005. To be, or not to be, a non-native freshwater fish? (PDF | 846 KB) Journal of Applied Ichthyology 21(4): 242-62. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Garcia-Berthou, Emil. 2007. The characteristics of invasive fishes: What has been learned so far? Journal of Fish Biology 71(Supplement D): 33-55.

Grosholz, Edwin D., and Gregory M. Ruiz. 1996. Predicting the impact of introduced marine species: lessons from the multiple invasions of the European green crab. Biological Conservation 78(1-2): 59-66. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Lodge, David M., Christopher A. Taylor, David M. Holdich, and Jostein Skurdal. 2000. Nonindigenous crayfishes threaten North American freshwater biodiversity: lessons from Europe. (PDF | 146 KB) Fisheries 25(8): 7-20.

Marchetti, Michael P., Peter B. Moyle, and Richard Levine. 2004. Alien fishes in California watersheds: Characteristics of successful and failed invaders. Ecological Applications14(2): 587-96. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Nico, Leo G., and Pam L. Fuller. 1999. Spatial and temporal patterns of nonindigenous fish introductions in the United States. Fisheries 24(1): 16-27.

Perry, Willam L., David M. Lodge, and Jeffrey L. Feder. 2001. Importance of hybridization between indigenous and nonindigenous freshwater species: an overlooked threat to North American biodiversity. Systematic Biology 51(2): 255-75. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Ricciardi, Anthony, and Joseph B. Rasmussen. 1998. Predicting the identity and impact of future biological invaders: a priority for aquatic resource management. (PDF | 95 KB) Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55(7): 1759-65.

Sousa, Ronaldo, Jorge L. Gutierrez, and David C. Aldridge. 2009. Non-indigenous invasive bivalves as ecosystem engineers. Biological Invasions 11(10): 2367-85. (USDA access through DigiTop)

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Ballast Water

Drake, Lisa A., Martina A. Doblin, and Fred C. Dobbs. 2007. Potential microbial bioinvasions via ships’ ballast water, sediment, and biofilm. Marine Pollution Bulletin 55(7-9): 333-41. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Drake, John M., and David M. Lodge. 2004. Global hot spots of biological invasions: evaluating options for ballast-water management. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271(1539): 575-80.

MacIsaac, Hugh J., Thomas C. Robbins, and Mark A. Lewis. 2002. Modeling ships’ ballast water as invasion threats to the Great Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59(7): 1245-56. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Raaymakers, Steve. 2002. The ballast water problem: Global ecological, economic and human health impacts. (PDF | 987 KB) Paper presented at the RECSO/IMO Joint Seminar on Tanker Ballast Water Management and Technologies, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec 16-18, 2002.

Rayl, A. J. S. 2002. Deoxygenating ballast water: A win-win solution: Battling invasive species in an environmentally friendly way. The Scientist 16(3): 20. Note: Requires free registration.

Ruiz, Gregory M., Tonya K. Rawlings, Fred C. Dobbs, Lisa A. Drake, Timothy Mullady, Anwarul Huq, and Rita R. Colwell. 2000. Global spread of microorganisms by ships. Nature 408(6808): 49-50. (USDA access through DigiTop)

Strain, Daniel. Invasive Species: Researchers Set Course to Blockage Ballast Invaders. Science 336(6082): 664-665. Free access available with free registration.

Tamburri, Mario A., Kerstin Wasson, and Masayasu Matsuda. 2002. Ballast water deoxygenation can prevent aquatic introductions while reducing ship corrosion. Biological Conservation 103(3): 331-41. (USDA access through DigiTop)

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