Journal Aquatic Invasions - Volume 13, Issue 1 (2018)

Special Issue:
Transoceanic Dispersal of Marine Life from Japan to North America and the Hawaiian Islands as a Result of the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011
published February 2018

Edited by:

James T. Carlton, Williams College-Mystic Seaport, USA

and

Amy E. Fowler, George Mason University, USA



This special issue of Aquatic Invasions is supported by funding provided by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOE) through the North Pacific Marine Science Organization (PICES).

 

Contents

Introduction

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James T. Carlton, John W. Chapman, Jonathan B. Geller, Jessica A. Miller, Gregory M. Ruiz, Deborah A. Carlton, Megan I. McCuller, Nancy C. Treneman, Brian P. Steves, Ralph A. Breitenstein, Russell Lewis, David Bilderback, Diane Bilderback, Takuma Haga and Leslie H. Harris
Ecological and biological studies of ocean rafting: Japanese tsunami marine debris in North America and the Hawaiian Islands (pp 1–9)

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Co-Editors' Preface

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James T. Carlton and Amy E. Fowler
Ocean rafting and marine debris: A broader vector menu requires a greater appetite for invasion biology research support (pp 11–15)

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Research articles

 
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Kenneth L. Finger
Tsunami-generated rafting of foraminifera across the North Pacific Ocean (pp 17–30)

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David W. Elvin, James T. Carlton, Jonathan B. Geller, John W. Chapman and Jessica A. Miller
Porifera (Sponges) from Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris arriving in the Hawaiian Islands and on the Pacific coast of North America (pp 31–41)

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Henry H.C. Choong, Dale R. Calder, John W. Chapman, Jessica A. Miller, Jonathan B. Geller and James T. Carlton
Hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa: Leptothecata and Limnomedusae) on 2011 Japanese tsunami marine debris landing in North America and Hawai‘i, with revisory notes on Hydrodendron Hincks, 1874 and a diagnosis of Plumaleciidae, new family (pp 43–70)

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Douglas J. Eernisse, Anthony Draeger and Erik M. Pilgrim
Chitons (Mollusca: Polyplacophora) rafted on tsunami debris from Japan to the shores of Washington, Oregon, and Hawai‘i (pp 71–86)

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Nancy C. Treneman, James T. Carlton, Luisa M.S. Borges, J. Reuben Shipway, Michael J. Raupach and Bjørn Altermark
Species diversity and abundance of shipworms (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Teredinidae) in woody marine debris generated by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011 (pp 87–100)

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Nancy C. Treneman, Luisa M.S. Borges, J. Reuben Shipway, Michael J. Raupach, Bjørn Altermark and James T. Carlton
A molecular phylogeny of wood-borers (Teredinidae) from Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris (pp 101–112)

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Jeffery R. Cordell
Harpacticoid copepods associated with Japanese tsunami debris along the Pacific coast of North America (pp 113–124)

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Hayato Tanaka, Moriaki Yasuhara and James T. Carlton
Transoceanic transport of living marine Ostracoda (Crustacea) on tsunami debris from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake (pp 125–135)

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Megan I. McCuller and James T. Carlton
Transoceanic rafting of Bryozoa (Cyclostomata, Cheilostomata, and Ctenostomata) across the North Pacific Ocean on Japanese tsunami marine debris (pp 137–162)

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Megan I. McCuller, James T. Carlton and Jonathan B. Geller
Bugula tsunamiensis n. sp. (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata, Bugulidae) from Japanese tsunami marine debris landed in the Hawaiian Archipelago and the Pacific Coast of the USA (pp 163–171)

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Matthew T. Craig, James Burke, Kevin Clifford, Evonne Mochon-Collura, John W. Chapman and John R. Hyde
Trans-Pacific rafting in tsunami associated debris by the Japanese yellowtail jack, Seriola aureovittata Temminck & Schlegel, 1845 (Pisces, Carangidae) (pp 173–177)

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Nicholas Ta, Jessica A. Miller, John W. Chapman, Allen E. Pleus, Thomas Calvanese, Timothy Miller-Morgan, James Burke and James T. Carlton
The Western Pacific barred knifejaw, Oplegnathus fasciatus (Temminck & Schlegel, 1844) (Pisces: Oplegnathidae), arriving with tsunami debris on the Pacific coast of North America (pp 179–186)

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Last update: 15 February 2018