NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Laverty, C., K.D. Green, J.T.A. Dick, D. Barrios-O'Neill, P.J. Mensink, V. Médoc, T. Spataro, J.M. Caffrey, F.E. Lucy, P. Boets, J.R. Britton, J. Pegg, and C. Gallagher. 2017. Assessing the ecological impacts of invasive species based on their functional responses and abundances. Biological Invasions(In Press):13 pp. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-017-1378-4.
Reference Number: 29487
Type: Journal Article
Author: Laverty, C., K.D. Green, J.T.A. Dick, D. Barrios-O'Neill, P.J. Mensink, V. Médoc, T. Spataro, J.M. Caffrey, F.E. Lucy, P. Boets, J.R. Britton, J. Pegg, and C. Gallagher.
Date (year): 2017
Article Title:Assessing the ecological impacts of invasive species based on their functional responses and abundances
Journal Name: Biological Invasions
Issue: In Press
Pages: 13 pp
Keywords: Functional response, Invasive species, Ecological impact, Neogobius melanostomus, Pseudorasbora parva
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