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Introduced marine pests in Australia
Australia Skip navigation links About us | Contact us | Publications | What's new Introduced Marine Pests You are here: Environment home > Coasts and oceans > Introduced Marine Pests Introduced marine pests Skip navigation links Introduced marine pests ...
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IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG)/links to other websites
Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Baltic Sea Alien Species Database Alien & Invasive Algae in Hawaii Marine Invasives in Hawaii Regional Sites Charles Darwin Research Station, Galapagos, Ecuador Hawaiian Ecosystems ... Servers Links to other invasive species listservers Marine pests Send an e-mail without a subject header to: majordomo@ml.csiro.au with the message: info marine pests Last modified 21 May ...
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non-HEAR-sponsored internet mailing lists relevant to invasive species issues
Pacific PestNet Hawaii Ant Group (HAG) ALIENS-L Brown tree snake Hawaii plants Marine pests Fireants HDOA E-News Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council (FLEPPC) Other invasive species lists ... available online. Marine pests For information on an internet e-mail list RE: marine pests, send an e-mail without a subject header to majordomo@ml.csiro.au with the message: info marine pests Brown ...
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Coasts and oceans home page: coastal and marine pollution, coastal water quality, coastcare, marine protected areas
Skip navigation links Coastal and marine pollution Fisheries and the environment International marine issues Introduced marine pests Marine Bioregional Planning Marine protected areas Marine species conservation National coastal ... Initiative Queensland Wetlands Programme Obtain information about the coastal and marine legislation, policies and programs which are developed and implemented by ...
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Exotics Guide
Bay (California, USA) by the Asian clam Potamocorbula amurensis. I. Introduction and dispersal. Marine Ecology Progress Series 66: 81-94. Cohen, A.N. and J.T. Carlton. 1995 ... Marine Aquatic Invaders http://www.fish.wa.gov.au/hab/broc/marineinvader/marine08.html CSIRO Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests (CRIMP) - National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS) http://www.marine ...
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Exotics Guide
Marine Pests (CRIMP) - National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS) http://www.marine.csiro.au/crimp/nimpis/spSummary.asp?txa=6929 Smithsonian Marine ...
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Invasive Species: Resource Library - Databases: International
Database: National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS) Host: Centre of Research on Introduced Marine Pests (CRIMP), CSIRO Marine Research, Hobart, Australia Scope: The National Introduced Marine Pest Information ... on the biology, ecology and distribution of introduced marine species, and potential control options for those designated as pests. Included within this system are (i) ...
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Invasive Species: Aquatic Species - Caulerpa, Mediterranean Clone (Caulerpa taxifolia)
Introduction History; Impacts; Habitat; Distribution; Controls; Legal Aspects Caulerpa taxifolia - Marine Algae of Hawai'i University of Hawaii. Botany Department. Identification/Description; ... Note: References Aquarium Caulerpa - Marine Pest Information Sheet (PDF | 109 KB) CSIRO Marine Research. Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests. Identification/Description; Photographs; Impacts ...
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ECNT » Media Releases » Marine & Coastal » 2005 Darwin Harbour at the crossroads!
Darwin Harbour at the crossroads! Latest Releases Climate Change Land Clearing Marine & Coastal Mining Other Uranium & Nuclear Marine & Coastal Home » Latest Media Releases » Climate Change » Land Clearing ... the proponent’s EIS documentation through to the pollution of the Harbours; the spread of pests and disease from the sea cage fish to wild populations; and the huge amounts of ...
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Welcome to Forest and Bird
Already at least 148 marine invaders are found in New Zealand waters. As more ships come to New Zealand, there is an increased risk that pests will come too. Many New Zealanders depend on the sea for their livelihoods and lifestyles. Marine invaders can significantly impact on marine ecosystems, seafood industries, human health and recreation. Many marine ...
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