Frédéric Mineur
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Alien species in the Mediterranean Sea by 2012. A contribution to the application of European Union’s Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). Part 2. Introduction trends …
Α Zenetos, S GOFAS, C Morri, A Rosso, D Violanti, JEG Raso, ME Çinar, ...
Mediterranean marine science 13 (2), 328-352, 2012
Bio‐ORACLE: a global environmental dataset for marine species distribution modelling
L Tyberghein, H Verbruggen, K Pauly, C Troupin, F Mineur, O De Clerck
Global ecology and biogeography 21 (2), 272-281, 2012
Changing coasts: marine aliens and artificial structures
F Mineur, EJ Cook, D Minchin, K Bohn, A MacLeod, CA Maggs
CRC Press, 2012
Research note: identity of the Qingdao algal bloom
F Leliaert, X Zhang, N Ye, E Malta, AH Engelen, F Mineur, H Verbruggen, ...
Phycological research 57 (2), 147-151, 2009
European seaweeds under pressure: Consequences for communities and ecosystem functioning
F Mineur, F Arenas, J Assis, AJ Davies, AH Engelen, F Fernandes, ...
Journal of sea research 98, 91-108, 2015
The green seaweed Ulva: a model system to study morphogenesis
T Wichard, B Charrier, F Mineur, JH Bothwell, OD Clerck, JC Coates
Frontiers in plant science 6, 72, 2015
Hull fouling on commercial ships as a vector of macroalgal introduction
F Mineur, MP Johnson, CA Maggs, H Stegenga
Marine biology 151 (4), 1299-1307, 2007
Improving transferability of introduced species’ distribution models: new tools to forecast the spread of a highly invasive seaweed
H Verbruggen, L Tyberghein, GS Belton, F Mineur, A Jueterbock, ...
PLoS One 8 (6), e68337, 2013
Experimental assessment of oyster transfers as a vector for macroalgal introductions
F Mineur, T Belsher, MP Johnson, CA Maggs, M Verlaque
Biological conservation 137 (2), 237-247, 2007
CIESM atlas of exotic species in the Mediterranean: 4. Macrophytes
M Verlaque, S Ruitton, F Mineur, CF Boudouresque
Macroalgal introductions by hull fouling on recreational vessels: seaweeds and sailors
F Mineur, MP Johnson, CA Maggs
Environmental Management 42 (4), 667-676, 2008
Confusion reigns? A review of marine megafauna interactions with tidal-stream environments
S Benjamins, AC Dale, G Hastie, JJ Waggitt, MA Lea, B Scott, B Wilson
Oceanography and marine biology: An annual review 53 (53), 1-54, 2015
Multiple origins and incursions of the Atlantic barnacle Chthamalus proteus in the Pacific
JD Zardus, MG Hadfield
Molecular Ecology 14 (12), 3719-3733, 2005
Circumglobal invasion by the brown seaweed Sargassum muticum
AH Engelen, A Serebryakova, P Ang, K Britton-Simmons, F Mineur, ...
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 53, 81-126, 2015
Oyster transfers as a vector for marine species introductions: a realistic approach based on the macrophytes
M Verlaque, CF Boudouresque, F Mineur
CIESM Workshop Monographs, Monaco 32, 39-48, 2007
Four new exotic red seaweeds on European shores
F Mineur, A Le Roux, H Stegenga, M Verlaque, CA Maggs
Biological invasions 14 (8), 1635-1641, 2012
Genetic analysis of the Linnaean Ulva lactuca (Ulvales, Chlorophyta) holotype and related type specimens reveals name misapplications, unexpected origins, and …
JR Hughey, CA Maggs, F Mineur, C Jarvis, KA Miller, SH Shabaka, ...
Journal of phycology 55 (3), 503-508, 2019
Fronts, jumps and secondary introductions suggested as different invasion patterns in marine species, with an increase in spread rates over time
F Mineur, AJ Davies, CA Maggs, M Verlaque, MP Johnson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2693-2701, 2010
Polyopes lancifolius (Halymeniales, Rhodophyta), a new component of the Japanese marine flora introduced to Europe
F Mineur, O De Clerck, A Le Roux, CA Maggs, M Verlaque
Phycologia 49 (1), 86-96, 2010
Positive Feedback Loop between Introductions of Non‐native Marine Species and Cultivation of Oysters in Europe
Conservation Biology, 2014
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