Crooks, Jeffrey A.

Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems

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Table of contents

I. Perspectives on Marine Invasions

1. Marine Bioinvasions: Conservation Hazards and Vehicles for Ecological Understanding
Gil Rilov, Jeffrey A. Crooks

2. Deep Invasion Ecology and the Assembly of Communities in Historical Time
James T. Carlton

3. Natural and Climate Change Mediated Invasions
Steve I. Lonhart

4. Modeling Marine Invasions: Current and Future Approaches
Marjorie J. Wonham, Mark A. Lewis

II. Invader Arrival

5. Characterizing Vectors of Marine Invasion
Dan Minchin, Stephan Gollasch, Andrew N. Cohen, Chad L. Hewitt, Sergej Olenin

6. The Vessel as a Vector – Biofouling, Ballast Water and Sediments
Chad L. Hewitt, Stephan Gollasch, Dan Minchin

7. The Role of Propagule Pressure in Invasion Success
Emma L. Johnston, Richard F. Piola, Graeme F. Clark

8. Differentiating Successful and Failed Invaders: Species Pools and the Importance of Defining Vector, Source and Recipient Regions
A. Whitman Miller, Gregory M. Ruiz

III. Invader Establishment

9. The Establishment of Invasive Species
Jeffrey A. Crooks, Gil Rilov

10. The Role of Phenotypic Plasticity in Marine Biological Invasions
L. David Smith

11. Escape from Parasites
Mark E. Torchin, Kevin D. Lafferty

12. Ecological Factors Affecting Community Invasibility
Suzanne V. Olyarnik, Matthew E. S. Bracken, Jarrett E. Byrnes, A. Randall Hughes, Kristin M. Hultgren, John J. Stachowicz

IV. Invader Integration into Ecosystems

13. The Integration of Invasive Species into Marine Ecosystemss
Gil Rilov

14. Competition in Marine Invasions
James E. Byers

15. Predator-Prey Interactions of Marine Invaders
Gil Rilov

16. The Role of Exotic Marine Ecosystem Engineers
Jeffrey A. Crooks

17. Multitrophic Effects of Invasions in Marine and Estuarine Systems
Edwin D. Grosholz, Gregory M. Ruiz

V. Management Perspectives

18. Marine Bioinvasion Management: Structural Framework
Chad L. Hewitt, Richard A. Everett, Naomi Parker, Marnie L. Campbell

19. Examples of Current International, Regional and National Regulatory Frameworks for Preventing and Managing Marine Bioinvasions
Chad L. Hewitt, Richard A. Everett, Naomi Parker

20. An Overview of Risk Assessment in a Marine Biosecurity Context
Marnie L. Campbell

21. Differing Consequences of Removing Ecosystem-Modifying Invaders: Significance of Impact and Community Context to Restoration Potential
Sally D. Hacker, Megan N. Dethier

VI. Geographic Perspectives

22. Geographic Perspectives of Invasions in the Sea
Jeffrey A. Crooks, Gil Rilov

23. The Status and Distribution of Marine Alien Species in South Africa
Charles L. Griffiths, Tamara B. Robinson, Angela Mead

24. Marine Invasions in New Zealand: A History of Complex Supply-Side Dynamics
Barbara J. Hayden, Graeme J. Inglis, David R. Schiel

25. Marine Bioinvasions in Australia
Cathryn Sliwa, Sasha Migus, Felicity McEnnulty, Keith R. Hayes

26. Marine Bioinvasions in the Southeastern Pacific: Status, Ecology, Economic Impacts, Conservation and Management
Juan C. Castilla, Paula E. Neill

27. Marine Bioinvasions in the Brazilian Coast: Brief Report on History of Events, Vectors, Ecology, Impacts and Management of Non-indigenous Species
Carlos Eduardo Leite Ferreira, Andrea Junqueira, Maria Célia Villac, Rubens Mendes Lopes

28. Four Centuries of Biological Invasions in Tidal Waters of the Chesapeake Bay Region
Paul W. Fofonoff, Gregory M. Ruiz, Anson H. Hines, Brian D. Steves, James T. Carlton

29. Introduced Aquatic Species of the North Sea Coasts and Adjacent Brackish Waters
Stephan Gollasch, Deniz Haydar, Dan Minchin, Wim J. Wolff, Karsten Reise

30. European Enclosed and Semi-enclosed Seas
Erkki Leppäkoski, Tamara Shiganova, Boris Alexandrov

31. Marine Bioinvasions in the Mediterranean Sea – History, Distribution and Ecology
Gil Rilov, Bella Galil

32. A First Assessment of Invasive Marine Species on Chinese and Korean Coasts
Kyung Suk Seo, Yoon Lee

33. Invasions of Estuaries vs the Adjacent Open Coast: A Global Perspective
Rikke K. Preisler, Kerstin Wasson, Wim J. Wolff, Megan C. Tyrrell

VII. Concluding Thoughts

34. Future Directions For Marine Invasions Research
Jeffrey A. Crooks, Gil Rilov

Keywords: SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology / General SCI008000

Publication year
Natural Sciences

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