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Volume 78, Number 4 (2018) Papers from the 9th California Islands Symposium (Part 2)Issue in Progress

Articles

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Changes in abundance of Silvetia compressa at San Clemente Island before and during the 2015–2016 El Niño
Suzanne Graham, Brian Hong, Samantha Mutschler, Brendan Saunders, and Jessica Bredvik

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The introduced Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) on the California Channel Islands: distribution and patterns of spread
Christina L. Boser, Korie Merrill, Robert N. Fisher, Ida Naughton, and David A. Holway

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Argentine ant (Linepithema humile, Mayr) eradication efforts on San Clemente Island, California, USA
Korie C. Merrill, Christina L. Boser, Cause Hanna, David A. Holway, Ida Naughton, Dong-Hwan Choe, and Erin E. Wilson Rankin

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California Island Rediscovery: building an archive to improve conservation today and equip the historical ecologist of tomorrow
Scott A. Morrison, T. Scott Sillett, W. Chris Funk, Cameron K. Ghalambor, and Torben C. Rick

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Horizon scanning: survey and research priorities for cultural, historical, and paleobiological resources of Santa Cruz Island, California
Torben C. Rick, Todd J. Braje, Jon M. Erlandson, Kristina M. Gill, Laura Kirn, and Lynn McLaren-Dewey

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Horizon scanning: survey and research priorities for coastal and marine systems of the northern Channel Islands, California
Mary G. Gleason, Jennifer E. Caselle, Chris Caldow, Russell Galipeau, Walter Heady, Corinne Laverty, Annie Little, David Mazurkiewicz, Eamon O'Byrne, Dirk Rosen, and Stephen Whitaker

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Equipping tomorrow's historical ecologist: priorities for documenting conditions of the terrestrial fauna of Santa Cruz Island, California
Christina L. Boser, T. Scott Sillett, Paul W. Collins, Kathryn R. Faulkner, W. Chris Funk, Cameron K. Ghalambor, Lyndal Laughrin, Gregory B. Pauly, Jeanne M. Robertson, Robyn Shea, and Winston Vickers

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Informing our successors: what botanical information for Santa Cruz Island will researchers and conservation managers in the century ahead need the most?
John M. Randall, Kathryn McEachern, John Knapp, Paula Power, Steve Junak, Kristina Gill, Denise Knapp, and Matt Guilliams

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Islas de las Californias, Colaboración Botánica: Islands of the Californias Botanical Collaborative
William Hoyer, John Knapp, Denise Knapp, David Mazurkiewicz, Ken Owen, Luciana Luna-Mendoza, and Kathryn McEachern

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The administrative history of San Miguel Island: the National Park Service on San Miguel from 1963 to 2016
Ian Williams, Mike Hill, Rob Danno, Reed McCluskey, Mike Maki, Bill Ehorn, and Ann Huston

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Yes we can! Exciting progress and prospects for controlling invasives on islands and beyond
Daniel Simberloff, Brad Keitt, David Will, Nick Holmes, Erin Pickett, and Piero Genovesi

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Connecting island communities on a global scale: case studies in island biosecurity
Juliana Matos, Annie Little, Keith Broome, Euan Kennedy, Frederico A. Méndez-Sánchez, Mariam Latofski-Robles, Robyn Irvine, Chris Gill, Aurora Espinoza, Gregg Howald, Katrina Olthof, Morgan Ball, and Christina L. Boser