Pacific Invasive Species Battler Series
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Marine invasive species—including marine algae, fish, invertebrates, and pathogens—are widely recognised as a major cause of marine biodiversity loss worldwide (Molnar et al. 2008). Marine invasive species are spread throughout the Pacific along a number of pathways, including commercial cargo, fishing and cruise ships, recreational boats and gear, and marine debris.
The Battler Series includes many other titles related to invasive species