Biological Invasions (2009) 11 (7)

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Articles of Biological Invasions entered for 2009 and volume (issue): 11 (7)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1489-1501
J. Stephen Athens (2009)
Rattus exulans and the catastrophic disappearance of Hawai'i's native lowland forest

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1503-1519
Atholl Anderson (2009)
The rat and the octopus: initial human colonization and the prehistoric introduction of domestic animals to Remote Oceania

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1521-1527
Elizabeth Matisoo-Smith and Judith Robins (2009)
Mitochondrial DNA evidence for the spread of Pacific rats through Oceania

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1529-1556
Matiu Prebble and Janet M. Wilmshurst (2009)
Detecting the initial impact of humans and introduced species on island environments in Remote Oceania using palaeoecology

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1557-1567
James C. Russell, Jawad Abdelkrim and Rachel M. Fewster (2009)
Early colonisation population structure of a Norway rat island invasion

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1569-1585
Jean-Yves Meyer and Jean-François Butaud (2009)
The impacts of rats on the endangered native flora of French Polynesia (Pacific Islands): drivers of plant extinction or coup de grâce species?

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1587-1593
George W. Gibbs (2009)
The end of an 80-million year experiment: a review of evidence describing the impact of introduced rodents on New Zealand's 'mammal-free' invertebrate fauna

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1611-1630
Donna B. Harris (2009)
Review of negative effects of introduced rodents on small mammals on islands

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1631-1651
L. Ruffino, K. Bourgeois, E. Vidal, C. Duhem, M. Paracuellos, F. Escribano, P. Sposimo, N. Baccetti, M. Pascal and D. Oro (2009)
Invasive rats and seabirds after 2,000 years of an unwanted coexistence on Mediterranean islands

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1653-1670
A. Traveset, M. Nogales, J.A. Alcover, J.D. Delgado, M. López-Darias, D. Godoy, J.M. Igual and P. Bover (2009)
A review on the effects of alien rodents in the Balearic (Western Mediterranean Sea) and Canary Islands (Eastern Atlantic Ocean)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1671-1688
Christa P.H. Mulder, M. Nicole Grant-Hoffman, David R. Towns, Peter J. Bellingham, David A. Wardle, Melody S. Durrett, Tadashi Fukami and Karen I. Bonner (2009)
Direct and indirect effects of rats: does rat eradication restore ecosystem functioning of New Zealand seabird islands?

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1689-1703
Stéphane Caut, Elena Angulo and Franck Courchamp (2009)
Avoiding surprise effects on Surprise Island: alien species control in a multitrophic level perspective

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1705-1717
John Ogden and Judy Gilbert (2009)
Prospects for the eradication of rats from a large inhabited island: community based ecosystem studies on Great Barrier Island, New Zealand

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1719-1733
David R. Towns (2009)
Eradications as reverse invasions: lessons from Pacific rat (Rattus exulans) removals on New Zealand islands

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1735-1742
Daniel Simberloff (2009)
Rats are not the only introduced rodents producing ecosystem impacts on islands

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1743-1754
Andrea Angel, Ross M. Wanless and John Cooper (2009)
Review of impacts of the introduced house mouse on islands in the Southern Ocean: are mice equivalent to rats?