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Historical and recent introductions of non-indigenous marine species into Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands
The only species from these recent introductions that has become abundant and widespread in Hawaii is the small intertidal barnacle Chthamalus proteus Dando and Southward, 1980, which was formerly restricted to the Caribbean.
An Overview of Marine Biodiversity in United States Waters
As data are compiled, techniques must be developed to make certain that scales are compatible, to combine and reconcile data collected for various purposes with disparate gear, and to automate taxonomic changes.
Nonindigenous Species Introductions on Coral Reefs: A Need for Information
This review summarizes the information for nonindigenous species from harbors, embayments, and coral reef surveys in the tropical Pacific and outlines procedures for studies to detect species introductions.
A Guidebook of Introduced Marine Species in Hawai ' i
Hawaiian Marine Bioinvasions: A Preliminary Assessment
Origin Historically the numbers of introductions have peaked at several different times: during the 1920s, probably through the effort of Charles Howard Edmondson, then recently arrived invertebrate…
Nonindigenous marine species at Waikiki and Hawai'i Kai, O'ahu, Hawai'i. Final report
Summary of Environmental and Fishing Information on Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Historical Background, Description of the Islands, and Review of the Climate,…
- L. Eldredge
- Environmental Science
- 1 November 1983
This is a report that provides information on the history of Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, including geological formation and description of each island in the…
The assessment of hull fouling as a mechanism for the introduction and dispersal of marine alien species in the main Hawaiian Islands
COVER Survey of fouling community on a vessel in Honolulu Harbor and initial fr amework for goal and criteria for management of hull fouling as a marine AIS transport mechanism.