22 references found for Zostera japonica:
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1. Baldwin, J. R., and J. R. Lovvorn. 1994. Expansion of seagrass habitat by the exotic Zostera japonica, and its use by dabbling ducks and brant in Boundary Bay, British Columbia. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 103(1-2). 1994. 119-127.
2. Elsa, L., S. Carlisle, and T. Klinger. UNDATED. New Directions for Managing Washington State Seagrass Resources. University of Washington.
3. Entrix. 2003. Ecological Risk Assessment of the Proposed Use of the Herbicide Imazapyr to Control Invasive Cordgrass (Spartina spp.) in Estuarine Habitat Of Washington State. Washington State Department of Agriculture.
4. Fong, T. C. W. 1999. Conservation and management of Hong Kong seagrasses. Asian-Marine-Biology. 1999; 16: 109-121.
5. Hughes, A. R., K. J. Bando, L. F. Rodriguez, and S. L. Williams. 2004. Relative effects of grazers and nutrients on seagrasses: a meta-analysis approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 282:87-99.
6. Larned, S. T. 2003. Effects of the invasive, nonindigenous seagrass Zostera japonica on nutrient fluxes between the water column and benthos in a NE Pacific estuary. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 254:69-80.
7. Lee, S. Y., C.W. Fong, and R.S.S. Wub. 2001. The effects of seagrass Zostera japonica canopy structure on associated fauna: a study using artificial seagrass units and sampling of natural beds. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 259:23-50
8. Posey, M. H. 1988. Community Changes Associated with the Spread of an Introduced Seagrass, Zostera japonica. Ecology. 69(4). 1988. 974-983.
9. Rushton, N. 2005. Conservationists attempt to rid bay of nonnative plants. The Eureka Reporter.
10. Bando, K. J. In press. The roles of competition and disturbance in a marine invasion. Biological Invasions.
11. den Hartog, C. 1970. The Sea-grasses of the World. North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam.
12. Durance, C. 2002. The Search for Introduced Eelgrass - Zostera japonica. Eelgrass Watchers Issue No. 1.
13. Fong, T. C. W. 1998. Distribution of Hong Kong seagrasses. Porcupine! #18 Dec 1998.
14. Harrison, P. G., and R. E. Bigley. 1982. The Recent Introduction of the Seagrass Zostera japonica to the Pacific Coast of North America. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences. 39(12). 1982. 1642-1648.
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18. Riggs, S. Undated. Non-native Species at the Padilla Bay NERR. Stewardship Coordinator, Padilla Bay NERR.
19. Sand-Jensen, K., N. P. Revsbech, and B. B. Jorgensen. 1985. Microprofiles of oxygen in epiphyte communities on submerged macrophytes. Marine Biology 89:55-62.
20. Shin, H., and H. K. Choi. 1998. Taxonomy and distribution of Zostera (Zosteraceae) in eastern Asia, with special reference to Korea. Aquatic-Botany. 1998; 60(1): 49-66.
21. Washington State Exotics Expedition. 2000. Rapid Survey of Exotic Species in the Shallow Waters of Elliott Bay, Totten and Eld Inlets, and Willapa Bay. The Nearshore Habitat Program Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
22. Yuen, P. Y., C. F. Sun, and Y. L. Ho. 2002. Taxonomy and distribution of seagrasses in Taiwan. Taiwania-. 2002; 47(1): 54-61.