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.

Azouz, H.R. and H. Dulai. In press. In the wake of Fukushima: Radiocesium inventories of selected North Pacific fish. Pacific Science PDF

Angelo, C.L. and S. Pau. In press. Root functional diversity of native and non-native C3 and C4 grass species in Hawai‘i. Pacific Science PDF

Donham, E., M.S. Foster, M.R. Rice, G.M. Cailliet, M.M. Yoklavich, and S.L. Hamilton. In press. Natural history observations of Hawaiian garden eels, Gorgasia hawaiiensis (Congridae: Heterocongrinae), from the Island of Hawai’i. Pacific Science PDF

Flores, M., P. Lazo, G. Campbell and A. Simeone. In press. Breeding status of the Red-tailed Tropicbird (Phaethon rubricauda) and threats to its conservation on Easter Island (Rapa Nui) Pacific Science PDF

Ando,H., T. Sasaki, K. Horikoshi, H. Suzuki, H. Chiba, M. Yamasaki, Y. Isagi. In press. Wide-ranging movement and foraging strategy of the critically endangered Red-headed Wood Pigeon (Columba janthina nitens): findings from a remote uninhabited island. Pacific Science PDF

Kobayashi, S. and K. Satake. In press. Difference in body size and sexual dimorphism in the Ogasawara mitten crab Eriocheir ogasawaraensis and the Japanese mitten crab Eriocheir japonica. Pacific Science PDF

Meerhoff, E., M. Armando, G. Michel, and N.M. Luisa. In press. First record and description of Panulirus pascuensis (Reed, 1954) first stage phyllosoma in the plankton of Rapa Nui. Pacific Science PDF

Goldberg, S.R. C.R. Bursey, and L.L. Grismer. In press. Nematoda of eleven species of Ranid frogs (Anura: Ranidae) from Southeast Asia. Pacific Science PDF

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