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Jeschke, J.M., S. Hilt, A. Hussner, S. Mösch, A. Mrugała, C.L. Musseau, F. Ruland, A. Sagouis, and D.L. Strayer. 2022. Biological invasions: Case studies. Pages 382-398 in Mehner, T. and K. Tockner, eds. Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Second Edition edition. Elsevier. Oxford.
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Reference Number: 40242
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Jeschke, J.M., S. Hilt, A. Hussner, S. Mösch, A. Mrugała, C.L. Musseau, F. Ruland, A. Sagouis, and D.L. Strayer
Date (year): 2022
Book Title: Encyclopedia of Inland Waters
Editor: Mehner, T. and K. Tockner
Edition: Second Edition
Chapter Title:Biological invasions: Case studies
Publisher:Elsevier
Publisher Location:Oxford
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Pages: 382-398
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Keywords: Aquatic plants, Bivalves, Crayfish, Invasive fishes, Macrophytes, Mammals, Management, Limnoperna fortunei, Corbicula fluminea, Procambarus clarkii, Dreissena polymorpha
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-819166-8.00035-9
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