Early View

Early view papers posted on this page have been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in Pacific Science.   However, they have not been copy-edited nor have they undergone final formatting for Pacific Science. When the formatted version of a paper has been published, the early view version will be removed from this page.

Sischo, D.R., M.R. Price, M-A. Pascua, and M.G. Hadfield. In press. Genetic and demographic insights into the decline of a captive population of the endangered Hawaiian tree snail Achatinella fuscobasis (Achatinellinae). Pacific Science PDF

Kimura, M. and P.-M. Binder. In press. Population and human welfare scenarios for the Island of Hawaii up to the year 2100. Pacific Science PDF

Guerra, A.S., F. Micheli, and C.L. Wood. In press. Ecology of a vulnerable shorebird across a gradient of habitat alteration: Bristle-thighed Curlews (Numenius tahitiensis) (Aves: Charadriiformes) on Palmyra Atoll. Pacific Science PDF

López-Pérez, A., S. Guendulain-García, R. Granja-Fernández, V. Hernández-Urraca, L. Galván-Rowland, R. Zepeta-Vilchis, and D. López-López. In press. Reef community changes associated with the 2009-10 El Niño in the southern Mexican Pacific. Pacific Science PDF

Esaka, Y., E. Yoshioka, Y. Takeuchi, S-P. Hur, and A. Takemura. In press.Effect of light intensity and wavelength on diurnal activity of the banded coral shrimp Stenopus hispidus (Decapoda, Stenopodidae): a possible adaptation for a cleaner shrimp in reef environments. Pacific Science PDF

Sardell, J.M. In press. Recent dispersal events among Solomon Island bird species reveal differing potential routes of island colonization. Pacific Science PDF

Roberts, M. A.M. Strauch, T. Wiegner, and R.A. Mackenzie. In press. Leaf litter breakdown of native and exotic tree species in two Hawaiian streams that differ in flow. Pacific Science PDF

Crews, S.C. L. Baert and A. Carmichae. In press. Spider stowaways: Molecular data support the synonymization of Selenops galapagoensis With Selenops mexicanus (Araneae: Selenopidae) and indicate human-mediated introduction to the Galápagos Islands. Pacific Science PDF

Wostl, E. E.N. Smith and R.N. Reed. In press. Origin and Identity of Fejervarya (Anura: Dicroglossidae) on Guam. Pacific Science PDF

Rodríguez-Santiago, M.A., J.A Rosales-Casián and M.I. Grano-Maldonado. In press. Anisakinae nematodes in two commercial marine fish from the East Pacific of Baja California, México. Pacific Science PDF

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