Trends in marine biological invasions at local and regional scales: the Northeast Pacific Ocean as a model system

@article{Wonham2004TrendsIM,
  title={Trends in marine biological invasions at local and regional scales: the Northeast Pacific Ocean as a model system},
  author={Marjorie J. Wonham and James T Carlton},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={369-392}
}
Introduced species are an increasing agent of global change. Biogeographic comparisons of introduced biotas at regional and global scales can clarify trends in source regions, invasion pathways, sink regions, and survey effort. We identify the Northeast Pacific Ocean (NEP; northern California to British Columbia) as a model system for analyzing patterns of marine invasion success in cool temperate waters. We review literature and field surveys, documenting 123 introduced invertebrate, algal… CONTINUE READING
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