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Details of Dr. Patrick Neil Lewis   


Gender male
Job title Principal Scientist
Department Marine Biosecurity
Biofouling Solutions Pty Ltd (
244 Summerleas Road Kingston 7050
Biofouling Solutions Pty Ltd 244 Summerleas Road
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel +61 (0) 3 6229 2334
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Website http://www.biofoulingsolutions.com.au
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Degree PhD
Job type Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Region Antarctica, Asia, Pacific, Arctic
Skills/Expertise invasive marine species, biofouling, invasive aquatic species, marine biology
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Patrick LEWIS)

Lassuy, D., Lewis, P.N. (2013). Invasive Species. In: CAFF (Conservation of Arctic Fauna and Flora) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment: Status and Trends in Arctic Biodiversity. CAFF, Akureyi, Iceland, pp. 451-457.
Lewis, P.N., Bergestrom, D.M., Whinam, J. (2006). Barging in: a temperate community travels to the subantarctic. Biological Invasions 8(4): 787-795.
Lewis, P.N., Riddle, M.J., Smith, S.D.A. (2005). Assisted passage or passive drift: a comparison of alternative transport mechanisms for non-indigenous species into the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science 17(2): 183-191.
Lewis, P.N., Riddle, M.J., Hewitt, C.L. (2004). Management of exogenous threats to Antarctica and the subantarctic islands: balancing risks from TBT and non-indigenous marine organisms. Marine Pollution Bulletin 49: 999-1005.
Lewis, P.N., Hewitt, M.J., Riddle, M., McMinn, A. (2003). Marine introductions in the Southern Ocean: an unrecognized hazard to biodiversity. Marine Pollution Bulletin 46: 213-233.

Created: 2015-06-30 Last Updated: 2015-07-02 by Patrick LEWIS