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Changes in Global Economies and Trade: the Potential Spread of Exotic Freshwater Bivalves
The globalization of economies and trade have facilitated the spread of exotic species including the five most important freshwater suspension feeding invaders Dreissena polymorpha, D. bugensis,Expand
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South atlantic zooplankton
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Dispersion and Ecological Impact of the Invasive Freshwater Bivalve Limnoperna fortunei in the Río de la Plata Watershed and Beyond
Limnoperna fortunei is a freshwater bivalve that invaded South America through Río de la Plata estuary in 1989 and has since become a major macrofouling pest. Along the Paraná-Paraguay waterway,Expand
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THE INVASIVE BIVALVES DREISSENA POLYMORPHA AND LIMNOPERNA FORTUNEI: PARALLELS, CONTRASTS, POTENTIAL SPREAD AND INVASION IMPACTS
Abstract We contrast ecological and life history traits of the well studied freshwater invader, the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha), with the lesser known invasive golden mussel (LimnopernaExpand
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Multiannual trends in fronts and distribution of nutrients and chlorophyll in the southwestern Atlantic (30–62°S)
Abstract This paper presents the first data on the vertical distribution of chlorophyll and nutrients in the upper layers of the southern southwestern Atlantic and interprets it in relation toExpand
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Temperature:δ18O relationships of planktonic foraminifera collected from surface waters
Abstract Most of the isotopic paleotemperature equations used for paleoceanographic reconstructions have been derived from culture experiments or inorganic precipitates of calcium carbonate. To testExpand
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Population dynamics of Corbicula fluminea (Bivalvia) in the Paraná River Delta (Argentina)
Benthic individuals and drifting planktonic juveniles of Corbicula fluminea were sampled in the Lower Delta of the Paraná River (Argentina) at monthly intervals between October 1995 and October 1996.Expand
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Population dynamics of Limnoperna fortunei, an invasive fouling mollusc, in the lower Parana river (Argentina)
Settling and growth of the Asian freshwater mussel Limnoperna fortunei on experimental PVC frames in the Parana de las Palmas river, ca 130 km north of Buenos Aires was monitored at monthly intervalsExpand
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Yearly reproductive activity of Limnoperna fortunei (Bivalvia) as inferred from the occurrence of its larvae in the plankton of the lower Paraná river and the Río de la Plata estuary (Argentina)
Densities of planktonic larvae of the Asian freshwater invasive pest bivalve Limnoperna fortunei (Dunker) were monitored weekly between 19 September 1997 and 22 January 1999 at two sites: the ParanáExpand
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