Ian C. Duggan
Ian C. Duggan
Environmental Research Institute, School of Science, The University of Waikato
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TitleCited byYear
Popularity and propagule pressure: determinants of introduction and establishment of aquarium fish
IC Duggan, CAM Rixon, HJ MacIsaac
Biological Invasions 8 (2), 377-382, 2006
2022006
Invasion risks posed by the aquarium trade and live fish markets on the Laurentian Great Lakes
CAM Rixon, IC Duggan, NMN Bergeron, A Ricciardi, HJ MacIsaac
Biodiversity and Conservation 14 (6), 1365-1381, 2005
2012005
Predicting the effects of climate change on trophic status of three morphologically varying lakes: Implications for lake restoration and management
D Trolle, DP Hamilton, CA Pilditch, IC Duggan, E Jeppesen
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (4), 354-370, 2011
1692011
Distribution of rotifers in North Island, New Zealand, and their potential use as bioindicators of lake trophic state
IC Duggan, JD Green, RJ Shiel
Hydrobiologia 446, 155-164, 2001
1582001
Viability of invertebrate diapausing eggs collected from residual ballast sediment
SA Bailey, IC Duggan, CDA van Overdijk, PT Jenkins, HJ MacIsaac
Limnology and Oceanography, 1701-1710, 2003
1322003
The freshwater aquarium trade as a vector for incidental invertebrate fauna
IC Duggan
Biological Invasions 12 (11), 3757-3770, 2010
1102010
Lake Superior: an invasion coldspot?
IA Grigorovich, AV Korniushin, DK Gray, IC Duggan, RI Colautti, ...
Hydrobiologia 499 (1-3), 191-210, 2003
962003
Invertebrates associated with residual ballast water and sediments of cargo-carrying ships entering the Great Lakes
IC Duggan, CDA Van Overdijk, SA Bailey, PT Jenkins, H Limén, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (11), 2463-2474, 2005
932005
The ecology of periphytic rotifers
IC Duggan
Hydrobiologia 446 (1), 139-148, 2001
852001
Distribution of rotifer assemblages in North Island, New Zealand, lakes: relationships to environmental and historical factors
IC Duggan, JD Green, RJ Shiel
Freshwater Biology 47 (2), 195-206, 2002
802002
First record of a wild population of the tropical snail Melanoides tuberculata in New Zealand natural waters
IC Duggan
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 36 (4), 825-829, 2002
752002
Invertebrate resting stages in residual ballast sediment of transoceanic ships
SA Bailey, IC Duggan, PT Jenkins, HJ MacIsaac
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (5), 1090-1103, 2005
742005
Salinity tolerance of diapausing eggs of freshwater zooplankton
SA Bailey, IC Duggan, CDA van Overdijk, TH Johengen, DF Reid, ...
Freshwater Biology 49 (3), 286-295, 2004
732004
A review of potential methods for zooplankton control in wastewater treatment High Rate Algal Ponds and algal production raceways
V Montemezzani, IC Duggan, ID Hogg, RJ Craggs
Algal research 11, 211-226, 2015
582015
The influence of macrophytes on the spatial distribution of littoral rotifers
IC Duggan, JD Green, K Thompson, RJ Shiel
Freshwater Biology 46 (6), 777-786, 2001
532001
Viability of invertebrate diapausing eggs exposed to saltwater: implications for Great Lakes’ ship ballast management
DK Gray, SA Bailey, IC Duggan, HJ MacIsaac
Biological Invasions 7 (3), 531-539, 2005
442005
Macrophyte architecture affects the abundance and diversity of littoral microfauna
P Lucena-Moya, IC Duggan
Aquatic Ecology 45 (2), 279-287, 2011
422011
Rotifers in relation to littoral ecotone structure in Lake Rotomanuka, North Island, New Zealand
IC Duggan, JD Green, K Thompson, RJ Shiel
Hydrobiologia 387, 179-197, 1998
411998
First New Zealand records of three non‐indigenous zooplankton species: Skistodiaptomus pallidus, Sinodiaptomus valkanovi, and Daphnia dentifera
IC Duggan, JD Green, DF Burger
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 40 (4), 561-569, 2006
402006
Identifying invertebrate invasions using morphological and molecular analyses: North American Daphnia ‘pulex’ in New Zealand fresh waters
IC Duggan, KV Robinson, CW Burns, JC Banks, ID Hogg
Aquatic Invasions 7, 585-590, 2012
392012
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