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.

Cibois A., J.-C. Thibault, J.-Y. Meyer and E. Pasquet. In press. On the origin of sympatric fruit doves in a small and remote Pacific archipelago. Pacific Science PDF

Morley, C.G. and L Winder. In press. The vulnerability of skinks to predation by introduced mongoose in the Fiji Islands. Pacific Science PDF

Stimson, J. In press. A long-term record of nutrient concentrations in Kāne‘ohe Bay, Oahu, Hawai’i and its relevance to the onset and end of a phase shift involving an indigenous alga, Dictyosphaeria cavernosa. Pacific Science PDF

Tamura, Y., I. Mimura and M. Tsuchiya. In press. Do components of floating mucus aggregates around reefs facilitate population growth of attached microorganisms? Pacific Science PDF

Tran, C.T., A.M. Wieczorek, and C.W. Morden. In press. Genetic structure and diversity of a rare Hawaiian endemic, Lobelia villosa (Campanulaceae: Lobelioidae). Pacific Science PDF

Michaud, J., S. Cordell,, T.C. Cole, and R. Ostertag. In press. Drought in an invaded Hawaiian lowland wet forest. Pacific Science PDF

August-Schmidt, E.M., G. Haro, A. Bontrager, and C.M. D’Antonio. In press. Preferential associations of invasive Lantana camara (Verbenaceae) in a seasonally dry Hawaiian woodland. Pacific Science PDF

Leslie, D.M., P. Gangaiya and R.J. Morrison. In press. Two lowland tropical Spodosols from the Fiji Islands: First report from small islands. Pacific Science PDF

Dagamac, N.H.A., M.A.D. Rea-Maminta, and T.E.E. dela Cruz. In press. Plasmodial slime molds of a tropical karst forest, Quezon National Park, the Philippines. Pacific Science PDF

Jäger, H. In press. Biology and impact of Pacific Island invasive species. #11. Cinchona pubescens (red quinine tree) (Rubiaceae). Pacific Science PDF

Rudd, A.B., M.F. Richlen, A.K. Stimpert, and W.W.L. Au. In press. Underwater sound measurements of a high speed jet-propelled marine craft: Implications for large whales. Pacific Science PDF

Sichrowsky, U., R. Schabetsberger, K. Pall, B. Sonntag, M. Stoyneva, D. Kalfatak, F. Økland, A. Scheck, and M. Tambets. In press. Limnological characterization of the largest freshwater lake in remote Oceania (Lake Letas, Gaua Island,Vanuatu). Pacific Science PDF

Brattstrom, B.H. In press. Food webs and feeding habits on the Revillagigedo Islands, Mexico. Pacific Science PDF

Villard, P., V. Bretagnolle and P. Borsa. In press. Segregation in diet between Black Noddy (Anous minutes) and Brown Noddy (A. stolidus) from the Southern Lagoon of New Caledonia. Pacific Science PDF

Cory, C., R. Pender and C. E. Jones. In press. Can ornithophilous Hawaiian lobeliads produce seeds in the absence of pollinators? A test using Clermontia kakeana and Cyanea angustifolia (Campanulaceae). Pacific Science PDF

Aoyama, J., T. Yoshinaga, A. Shinoda, F. Shirotori, A.V. Yambot and Y-S. Han. In press. Seasonal changes in species composition of glass eels of the genus Anguilla (Teleostei: Anguillidae) recruiting to the Cagayan River, Luzon Island, the Philippines. Pacific Science PDF

Buden, D.W. In press. Reptiles of Uman District Islands (Southeastern
Chuuk Lagoon and Kuop Atoll), Federated States of Micronesia. Pacific Science PDF

Rodgers, Ku’ulei S., Paul L. Jokiel, Eric K. Brown, Skippy Hau, and Russell Sparks. In press. Over a Decade of Change in Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Hawaiian Coral Reef Communities. Pacific Science PDF

Nonaka, Masanori, Masaru Nakamura, and Katherine Muzik. In press. Sexual Reproduction in Precious Corals (Coralliidae) Collected in the Ryukyu Archipelago. Pacific Science PDF

Hamao, Shoji. In press. Rapid Change in Song Structure in Introduced Japanese Bush-warblers (Cettia diphone) in Hawaii. Pacific Science PDF*

Morrison, Lloyd W. In press. Species Assembly Patterns in Polynesian Ants. Pacific Science PDF

Macanawai, Apaitia R., Michael D. Day, and Stephen W. Adkins. In press. Effects of Age, Length, and Pattern of Burial on the Survival of Mikania micrantha Stem Sections. Pacific Science PDF

Buden, Donald W. In press. Reptiles of Lukunor Atoll, Mortlock Islands, Chuuk State, Federated States of Micronesia. Pacific Science PDF

Miller, Ross H., Julie A. Duay, Keith S. Pike, Eric Maw, and Robert G. Foottit. In press. Review and Key to Aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Micronesia. Pacific Science PDF

Didham, Raphael K., and Robert M. Ewers. In press. Edge Effects Disrupt Vertical Stratification of Microclimate in a Temperate Forest Canopy. Pacific Science → PDF

Dudley, B.D., R.A. MacKenzie, T.S. Sakihara, H. Dulaiova, C.A. Waters, R.F. Hughes, and R. Ostertag. In press. Influences of N-fixing and Non-N-fixing Vegetation and Invasive Fish on Water Chemistry of Hawaiian Anchialine Ponds. Pacific Science PDF

Sherwood, Alison R. and Clifford W. Morden. In press. Genetic Diversity of the Endangered Endemic Hawaiian Genus Kokia (Malvaceae). Pacific Science PDF

Marie, Amarisa, Eric A. VanderWerf, Lindsay C. Young, David G. Smith, Jakob Eijzenga, and Michael T. Lohr. In press. Response of Wedge-tailed Shearwaters (Puffinus pacificus) to Eradication of Black Rats (Rattus rattus) from Moku‘auia Island after Reinvasion. Pacific Science PDF

Song, Kyung-Jun. In press. Status of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) around Jeju Island, Korea. Pacific Science PDF

Boyko, Christopher B. and Alyssa Liguori. In press. Swimming Crabs (Crustacea: Brachyura: Portunoidea) of Easter Island. Pacific Science PDF

Sherwood, Alison R., Casey A. Jones, and Kimberly Y. Conklin. In press. A new species of Kumanoa (Batrachospermales, Rhodophyta) from Kokeʻe State Park, Kauaʻi, Hawaiʻi. Pacific Science PDF

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