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Title Biological invasions in New Zealand [electronic resource] / R.B. Allen, W.G. Lee (eds.).

Published Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2006.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description xxiv, 457 p. : ill.. ; 25 cm.
Series Ecological studies, 0070-8356 ; v. 186
Ecological studies ; v. 186. 0070-8356
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Paradise lost--the last major colonization / W.G. Lee, R.B. Allen, D.M. Tompkins -- Becoming New Zealanders : immigration and the formation of the biota / M.S. McGlone -- Creating gardens : the diversity and progression of European plant introductions / P.A. Williams, E.K. Cameron -- Introduced mammals in a new environment / I.A.E. Atkinson -- Parasites and biological invasions / D.M. Tompkins, R. Poulin -- Export of plant and animal species from an insular biota / G.W. Yeates, P.A. Williams -- Genetics of invasive species in New Zealand / D. Gleeson, H. Harman, T. Armstrong -- Are the marine biotas of island ecosystems more vulnerable to invasion? / G.J. Inglish, B.J. Hayden, W.A. Nelson -- Factors affecting the release, establishment, and spread of introduced birds in New Zealand / R.P. Duncan, T.M. Blackburn, P. Cassey -- Biological control agents : can they tell us anything about the establishment of unwanted alien species? / S.V. Fowler ... [et al.] -- The context of plant invasions in New Zealand : evolutionary history and novel niches / J.M. Craine, W.G. Lee, S. Walker -- Controls on the population dynamics of invading mammals / D.M. Forsyth -- What controls invasion of indigenous forests by alien plants? / S.K. Wiser, R.B. Allen -- Consequences of brown trout invasion for stream ecosystems / C.R. Townsend, K.S. Simon -- Relative (un)importance of introduced animals as pollinators and dispersers of native plants / D. Kelly ... [et al.] -- Trophic interactions among native and introduced animal species / W.A. Ruscoe, G. Norbury, D. Choquenot -- Keystone aliens? : the multiple impacts of brushtail possums / M.N. Clout -- Keystone species : competition for honeydew among exotic and indigenous species / J.R. Beggs, D.A. Wardle --
Consequences of alien N₂-fixers on vegetation succession in New Zealand / J.C. McQueen, W.C. Tozer, B.D. Clarkson -- Hidden effects : the belowground consequences of introduced browsing mammals in New Zealand forests / D.A. Wardle -- Distinguishing natural processes from impacts of invasive mammalian herbivores / P.J. Bellingham, W.G. Lee -- Animal control and ecosystem recovery / D.A. Coomes, A.F. Mark, J. Bee -- Biological control : reducing the impact of invasive weeds and pests, or just another source of alien invaders? / S.V. Fowler, T.M. Withers -- Strategies to reduce predation on bird populations / J.A. McLennan -- Setting priorities for the management of marine pests using a risk-based decision support framework / B.M. Forrest, M.D. Taylor, J. Sinner -- Does commercial harvesting of introduced wild mammals contribute to their management as conservation pests? / J.P. Parkes -- Pest control : does the answer lie in new biotechnologies? / J.A. Duckworth ... [et al.] -- Updated perspective on biological invasions in New Zealand / R.B. Allen, R.P. Duncan, W.G. Lee.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. New York : Springer, 2008. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on Oct. 10, 2008). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
Other author Allen, Rob, 1954-
Lee, William G. (William George), 1950-
SpringerLink (Online service)
Subject Biological invasions -- New Zealand.
Introduced organisms -- New Zealand.
Nonindigenous pests -- New Zealand.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783540300236