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Invasion Biology. WorkshopCAREY, James R; MOYLE, Peter; REJMANEK, Marcel et al.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, issn 0006-3207, 216 p.Conference Proceedings

An agenda for invasion biologyVERMEIJ, G. J.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 3-9, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

The characters of successful invadersWILLIAMSON, M. H; FITTER, A.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 163-170, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Lessons for invasion theory from social insectsMOLLER, H.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 125-142, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Risks of species introduced for biological controlSIMBERLOFF, D; STILING, P.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 185-192, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Pattern, process, and prediction in marine invasion ecologyCARLTON, J. T.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 97-106, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

The biology of post-invasion eventsCARROLL, S. P; DINGLE, H.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 207-214, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Global patterns in the establishment and distribution of exotic birdsCASE, T. J.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 69-96, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Models of spatial spread : A synthesisHASTINGS, A.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 143-148, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Status, prediction and prevention of introduced cordgrass Spartina spp. invasions in Pacific estuaries, USADAEHLER, C. C; STRONG, D. R.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 51-58, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Assessing the risks of invasion for genetically engineered plants : Acceptable evidence and reasonable doubtPARKER, I. M; KAREIVA, P.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 193-203, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Predicting the identity and fate of plant invaders : Emergent and emerging approachesMACK, R. N.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 107-121, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Biological invasions of fresh water : Empirical rules and assembly theoryMOYLE, P. B; LIGHT, T.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 149-161, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Geographic spread of exotic species : Ecological lessons and opportunities from the invasion of the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorphaJOHNSON, L. E; PADILLA, D. K.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 23-33, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

The future of the Mediterranean fruit fly Ceratitis capitata invasion of California : A predictive frameworkCAREY, J. R.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 35-50, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

A theory of seed plant invasiveness : The first sketchREJMANEK, M.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 171-181, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Invasion biology and ecological impacts of brown trout Salmo trutta in New ZealandTOWNSEND, C. R.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 13-22, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

Predicting the impact of introduced marine species : Lessons from the multiple invasions of the European green crab Carcinus maenasGROSHOLZ, E. D; RUIZ, G. M.Biological conservation. 1996, Vol 78, Num 1-2, pp 59-66, issn 0006-3207Conference Paper

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