Browsing by Subject "invasion"

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  • Antarctic ecosystems in transition - life between stresses and opportunities

    Gutt, Julian; Isla, Enrique; Xavier, José C.; Adams, Byron J.; Ahn, In-Young; Cheng, C.-H. Christina; Colesie, Claudia; Cummings, Vonda J.; di Prisco, Guido; Griffiths, Huw; Hawes, Ian; Hogg, Ian D.; McIntyre, Trevor; Meiners, Klaus M.; Pearce, David A.; Peck, Lloyd; Piepenburg, Dieter; Reisinger, Ryan R.; Saba, Grace K.; Schloss, Irene R.; Signori, Camila N.; Smith, Craig R.; Vacchi, Marino; Verde, Cinzia; Wall, Diana H. (Wiley, 2020)
    Important findings from the second decade of the 21st century on the impact of environmental change on biological processes in the Antarctic were synthesised by 26 international experts. Ten key messages emerged that have ...
  • The Potential for Re-Invasion by Mammalian Pests at Maungatautari Ecological Island

    Connolly, Trevor Allan (The University of Waikato, 2008)
    Mammalian pests are excluded from Maungatautari Ecological Island by an XcluderTM pest-proof fence. Inevitably, the fence integrity will be compromised at some point by mechanisms such as treefall and flood-scour: such ...
  • Water temperature and upstream migration of glass eels in New Zealand: implications of climate change

    August, Stella M.; Hicks, Brendan J. (Springer, 2008)
    Glass eels migrating upstream in a New Zealand river showed a clear preference for water temperatures between 12 and 20°C, with an optimum of 16.5°C. Water temperatures <12°C and >22°C almost completely inhibited migration, ...