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Hull fouling as a mechanism for marine invasive species introductions : the proceedings of a workshop on current issues and potential management strategies February 12-13 2004 in Honolulu, Hawaii / L.S. Godwin, editor.

Contributor(s): Godwin, L. Scott. (Hawaii Biological Survey, Honolulu, Hawaii) | Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative Research Program | Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum | Hawaii Biological Survey.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Honolulu, Hawaii] : Hawaii Coral Reef Inititive - Research Program : Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Hawaii Biological Survey, 2005Description: 54 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.Other title: Proceedings of a workshop on current issues and potential management strategies February 12-13 2003.Subject(s): INTRODUCED TAXA | MARINE FAUNA | MARINE FLORA | FOULING ORGANISMS | SHIPS | HULLS | WORKSHOPSHoldings: GRETA POINT: 574.625(26) HUL Summary: "... A workshop was conducted February 12 and 13,2003 focusing on hull fouling as a mechanism for alien specIes transport and potential management strategies. This was accomplished with two invited speakers from New Zealand. Dr. Oliver Floerl. Marine Biosecurity Researcher. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research [and] Ashley Coutts, Marine Biosecurity Division, Cawthron Institute. ..." - Preface.
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"June 2005" - Cover.

"... A workshop was conducted February 12 and 13,2003 focusing on hull fouling as a mechanism for alien specIes transport and potential management strategies. This was accomplished with two invited speakers from New Zealand. Dr. Oliver Floerl. Marine Biosecurity Researcher. National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research [and] Ashley Coutts, Marine Biosecurity Division, Cawthron Institute. ..." - Preface.

GRETA POINT: 574.625(26) HUL

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