Accepted articles (2018)

Articles in press: this web page contains corrected proofs of peer reviewed accepted articles to be published in regular issues of Aquatic Invasions.
Corrected proofs are articles containing the authors' corrections and may, or may not yet have journal volume, issue, page and DOI numbers assigned.
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Research articles in press

 
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Anita A.C. Pearson and Ian C. Duggan
A global review of zooplankton species in freshwater aquaculture ponds: what are the risks for invasion? (in press)

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Rowshyra A. Castañeda, Emilija Cvetanovska, Kayla M. Hamelin, M. Anouk Simard and Anthony Ricciardi
Distribution, abundance and condition of an invasive bivalve (Corbicula fluminea) along an artificial thermal gradient in the St. Lawrence River (in press)

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Michael A. McCartney and Sophie Mallez
The role of waterway connections and downstream drift of veliger larvae in the expanding invasion of inland lakes by zebra mussels in Minnesota, USA (in press)

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Brett M. Johnson, William M. Pate, Douglas B. Silver and Julia L. Sharp
Invasion success and population characteristics of the opossum shrimp, Mysis diluviana, in Wyoming, USA (in press)

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Hui Wei, Ratcha Chaichana, Fei Liu, Du Luo, Yu Qian, Dangen Gu, Xidong Mu, Meng Xu and Yinchang Hu
Nutrient enrichment alters life-history traits of non-native fish Pterygoplichthys spp. in sub-tropical rivers (in press)

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Wen Ting Tan, Lynette H.L. Loke, Darren C.J. Yeo, Siong Kiat Tan and Peter A. Todd
Do Singapore’s seawalls host non-native marine molluscs? (in press)

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Michael J. Mangiante, Amy J. S. Davis, Stephanie Panlasigui, Matthew E. Neilson, Ian Pfingsten, Pam L. Fuller and John A. Darling
Trends in nonindigenous aquatic species richness in the United States reveal shifting spatial and temporal patterns of species introductions (in press)

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Lindsay M. Marks, Daniel C. Reed and Sally J. Holbrook
Life history traits of the invasive seaweed Sargassum horneri at Santa Catalina Island, California (in press)

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Last update: 17 September 2018