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1373 Assessing the port to port risk of vessel movements vectoring non-indigenous marine species within and across domestic Australian borders 2011

Biofouling, Volume 27, Issue 6, 631-644

1371 Current status of Ireland’s newest invasive species – the Asian clam Corbicula fluminea 2011 Aquatic Invasions Volume 6, Issue 3
1369 Discovery and significance of the colonial tunicate Didemnum vexillum in Alaska 2011 Aquatic Invasions Volume 6, Issue 3
1368 Recreational boating: a large unregulated vector transporting marine invasive species 2011 Diversity and Distributions, (Diversity Distrib.) 1–12
1367 Induced spawning and culture techniques for the invasive ascidian Didemnum vexillum 2011 Centre for Marine Environmental & Economic Research, School of Biological Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington,
1366 Alien invasive species in Irish water bodies 2011 Environmental Protection Agency
1358 Acute Upper Thermal Limits of Three Aquatic Invasive Invertebrates: Hot Water Treatment to Prevent Upstream Transport of Invasive Species 2011 Environmental Management 47:67–76
1370 Potential impact of a new freshwater invader the bloody-red shrimp (Hemimysis anomala) 2010 Northern Ireland Environment Agency
1357 Aquatic Invasive Species Transport via Trailered Boats: What Is Being Moved, Who Is Moving It, and What Can Be Done 2010 Fisheries (Bethesda, Md.) vol. 35, No. 3, pages 121-132 Link
1352 Recreational boats as potential vectors of marine organisms at an invasion hotspot 2010 Aquatic Biology
1475 Modelling the human-induced spread of an aquatic invasive: the case of the zebra mussel 2009 North Carolina State University June 9 2009
1349 Modeling the Human-Induced Spread of an Aquatic Invasive: The Case of the Zebra Mussel 2009 North Carolina State University
1345 In situ growth of the colonial ascidian Didemnum vexillum under different

environmental conditions
2009 Aquatic Invasions Volume 4, Issue 1: 275-278
1173 Non-lethal effects of an invasive species in the marine environment: the importance of early life-history stages. (Rius M, Turon X, Marshall DJ.) 2009 Oecologia, 159 (4), pp.873-882  
1307 Molecular detection of native and invasive marine invertebrate larvae present in ballast and open water environmental samples collected in Puget Sound. ( Harvey J. B. J., Hoy M. S., Rodriguez R. J) 2009 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 369 (2)pp. 93-99 Link
1329 The role of recreational activities in creating fragments of invasive Caulerpa taxifolia 2009 West E. J., Davis A. R., Barnes P. B., Wright J. T. Link
1330 The spread of marine non-indigenous species via recreational boating: A conceptual model for risk assessment based on fault tree analysis. (Acosta H. and Forrest B. M.)  2009 Ecological Modelling 220 (13-14) pp. 1586-1598 Link
1385 Water users code of practice. Prepared for NIEA and NPWS as part of Invasive Species Ireland 2008 Invasive Species
1383 Water Users Code of Practice 2008 Invasive Species Ireland
1343 The invasive colonial ascidian Didemnum vexillum on Georges Bank ― Ecological

effects and genetic identification
2008 Aquatic Invasions (2009) Volume 4, Issue 1: 143-152
1342 Genetic conspecificity of the worldwide populations of Didemnum vexillum Kott, 2002 2008 Aquatic Invasions (2009) Volume 4, Issue 1: 29-44
1341 Impact of the invasive colonial tunicate Didemnum vexillum on the recruitment of the bay scallop (Argopecten irradians irradians) and implications for recruitment of the sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) on Georges Bank 2008 Aquatic Invasions (2009) Volume 4, Issue 1: 207-211
1340 Potential effects of the invasive colonial ascidian (Didemnum vexillum Kott, 2002) on pebble-cobble bottom habitats in Long Island Sound, USA 2008 Aquatic Invasions (2009) Volume 4, Issue 1: 133-142
1361 South Dakota Aquatic Nuisance Species Risk Assessment 2008 Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences,

South Dakota State University
1353 A management framework for preventing the

secondary spread of aquatic invasive species
2008 Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65: 1512–1522
1351 Pollution reduces native diversity and

increases invader dominance in marine

hard-substrate communities
2008 Diversity and Distributions, 14, 329–342
1405 Forecasting the expansion of zebra mussels in the United States 2007 Conservation Biology, 21, 800-810
1027 Rapid coastal survey for targeted alien species associated with floating pontoons in Ireland. (Minchin D.) 2007 Aquatic Invasions 2 (1) pp. 63-70
1236 The establishment of the invasive alga Sargassum muticum on the west coast of Scotland: a preliminary assessment of community effects. (Harries D.B., Harrow S., Wilson J.R.,  Mair J.M., Donnan D.W.) 2007 Aquatic Invasions2 (4) p.367-377
1277 Effects of small-scale disturbance on invasion success in marine communities. (Altma S.  and Whitlatch R. B.) 2007 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

 342 (1), pp. 15-29 
1399 Risk assessment of hull fouling as a vector for marine non-natives in Scotland. 2006 Aquatic Invasions 1 (4) 214-218
1339 Development and application of tools for incursion response: Lessons learned from the management of the fouling pest Didemnum vexillum 2006 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Volume 342, Issue 1, Pages 154-162 Link
1355 Rapid assessment of the distribution of marine non-native species in marinas

in Scotland
2006 Aquatic Invasions  Volume 1, Issue 4: 209-213
1354 Risk assessment of hull fouling as a vector for marine non-natives in Scotland 2006 Aquatic Invasions  Volume 1, Issue 4: 214-218
1020 Appearance of a cryptogenic tunicate, a Didemnum sp. fouling marina pontoons and leisure craft in Ireland. (Minchin D. and Sides E.) 2006 Aquatic Invasions 1 (3) pp.143-147
1446 Zebra mussel management strategy for Northern Ireland 2004-2010 2004 Environment & Heritage Service., Belfast
1255 Zebra mussel management strategy for Northern Ireland 2004-2010. (Maguire C.M., Sykes L.M) 2004 Environment and Heritage Service
1242 Zebra mussel management strategy for Northern Ireland 2004-2010. (Minchin D,  Maguire C, Rosell R.) 2003 Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 103B  (1) pp.23–30
1153 Marine biofouling: a sticky problem. (Callow ME, Callow JE.) 2002 Biologist  49 (1) pp. 1-5
1438 Overland dispersal of aquatic invasive species: a risk assessment of transient recreational boating 2001 Ecological Applications 11: 1789-1799 Link
1414 Zebra Mussel Biofouling as Function of Copper Dissolution Rate 2000 Journal of Environmental Engineering. 126(4):340-347 Link
1117 Guidelines for the control and management of ships' ballast water. (International Maritime Organisation (IMO)) 1997 IMO
1465 A Comparison of Metal Leachate Rate and Zebra Mussel Control Efficacy for Coatings and Materials 1994 Proceedings of the Fourth International Zebra Mussel Conference. March 1994, Madison, WI Link
1393 The Biomechanics of Byssal Adhesion in Zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha): Test with a rotating disk 1993 Zebra Mussels: Biology, Impacts and Control Link