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Eggertsen, M. and Tano, S. A. and Chacin, D. H. and Eklof, J. S. and Larsson, J. and Berkström, Charlotte and Buriyo, A. S. and Halling, C. (2021). Different environmental variables predict distribution and cover of the introduced red seaweed Eucheuma denticulatum in two geographical locations. Biological Invasions. 23 , 1049-1067
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Kanuch, Peter and Berggren, Åsa and Cassel-Lundhagen, Anna (2021). A clue to invasion success: genetic diversity quickly rebounds after introduction bottlenecks. Biological Invasions. 23 , 1141-1156
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Behrens, Jane W. and Ryberg, Marie P. and Einberg, Heli and Eschbaum, Redik and Florin, Ann-Britt and Grygiel, Wlodzimierz and Herrmann, Jens Peter and Huwer, Bastian and Hussy, Karin and Knospina, Elina and Noomaa, Kristiina and Oesterwind, Daniel and Polte, Patrick and Smolinski, Szymon and Ustups, Didzis and van Deurs, Mikael and Ojaveer, Henn (2022). Seasonal depth distribution and thermal experience of the non-indigenous round goby Neogobius melanostomus in the Baltic Sea: implications to key trophic relations. Biological Invasions. 24 :2 , 527-541
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