Filters








12,568 Hits in 6.8 sec

Development of the Information Management System for Monitoring Alien Invasive Species [chapter]

Hui Li, Ningning Ge, Lingwang Gao, Zuorui Shen, Guoliang Zhang, Zhiyuan Zang, Yi Li
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
So, the information management system for monitoring alien invasive species based on the integrated technology was developed to provide the information services for the governments, experts and farmers  ...  In the investigation data management sub-system, the dynamic data of the invasive species in invaded areas can be input into the system.  ...  In this paper, the development of the information management system for monitoring alien invasive species based on the integrated technology was reported.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-18333-1_72 fatcat:w2yw4voyqnhdfngdxdf5m4thou

A vision for global monitoring of biological invasions

Guillaume Latombe, Petr Pyšek, Jonathan M. Jeschke, Tim M. Blackburn, Sven Bacher, César Capinha, Mark J. Costello, Miguel Fernández, Richard D. Gregory, Donald Hobern, Cang Hui, Walter Jetz (+10 others)
2017 Biological Conservation  
We show how this novel, synthetic approach to an observation system for alien species provides a tangible and attainable solution to delivering the information needed to slow the rate of new incursions  ...  We identify three Essential Variables for Invasion Monitoring; alien species occurrence, species alien status and alien species impact.  ...  Four stages of development of national observation and monitoring systems for alien species, that represent increases in spatial resolution of monitoring, using Norway for illustration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2016.06.013 fatcat:6paelfot3raajjdn7dsyvvaxky

Implementing invasive species management in an adaptive management framework

Llewellyn C. Foxcroft, Melodie McGeoch
2011 Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science  
in the governance structure are all identified as barriers to learning and knowledge integration for the purposes of effective invasive alien species management.  ...  We offer a framework to advance implementation of strategic adaptive management for the control of invasive alien species using experiences gained from South African National Parks.  ...  This work was supported financially by the National Research Foundation, with grants to both L.C.F. and M.M. We thank two anonymous reviewers for their valuable insights and comments.  ... 
doi:10.4102/koedoe.v53i2.1006 fatcat:dq4fsufbxzhfpgbekcuujjot3q

Implementing invasive species management in an adaptive management framework

Llewellyn C. Foxcroft, Melodie McGeoch
1970 Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science  
in the governance structure are all identified as barriers to learning and knowledge integration for the purposes of effective invasive alien species management.  ...  We offer a framework to advance implementation of strategic adaptive management for the control of invasive alien species using experiences gained from South African National Parks.  ...  This work was supported financially by the National Research Foundation, with grants to both L.C.F. and M.M. We thank two anonymous reviewers for their valuable insights and comments.  ... 
doi:10.4102/koedoe.v54i1.1006 fatcat:hz762v7icfcaljiijyqu4rfbky

Open-access journal Aquatic Invasions: An important part of the developing European information and early warning system on invasive alien species

Vadim Panov, Stephan Gollasch, Frances Lucy
2011 Aquatic Invasions  
The International Society of Limnology (SIL) Working Group on Aquatic Invasive Species (SIL WG AIS) since its establishment in 1998, has focused on the development of information tools for the management  ...  The serious challenges posed by mass human-mediated introductions of invasive alien species induced the strengthening of international cooperation in research, information exchange and management of invasive  ... 
doi:10.3391/ai.2011.6.1.01 fatcat:m6ducvjhjzgefcmdxmiz5xmk6a

Aquatic Invasions – the new European journal of applied research on biological invasions in aquatic ecosystems

Vadim Panov
2006 Aquatic Invasions  
information and expertise needed for management of aquatic invasive species at the European level.  ...  Currently ERNAIS experts are actively working on the development of on-line information resources on aquatic invasive species, urgently needed for elaboration of relevant management measures on the European  ... 
doi:10.3391/ai.2006.1.1.1 fatcat:khdiztexknhijmcacgqydp53iu

Invasive Alien Species in Belgian marine waters: an information platform and checklist for science and policy support

Ann-Katrien Lescrauwaet, Leen Vandepitte, Nancy Fockedey, Daphnis De Pooter, Thomas Verleye, Jan Mees
2015 Management of Biological Invasions  
Evidence on invasiveness is reported for 12 of the 73 alien species that are currently included in the checklist for the study area (October 2014).  ...  It is a first step to developing an evidence-based approach to inform environmental policy objectives for Belgian marine waters and support effective measures to address invasive alien species in the study  ...  Acknowledgements The 'VLIZ Alien Species Consortium' is supported by the staff of  ... 
doi:10.3391/mbi.2015.6.2.11 fatcat:6o3e2mbpmnd6nagn555h2uen4q

Data Fitness for Monitoring the Status of Biological Invasions: Lessons from South Africa

Tendamudzimu Munyai
2019 Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  
Other metrics that were developed include the confidence level metrics to assign the validated data to the indicators and criteria for reviewing area-based invasive species management plans.  ...  The next steps include communicating and interpreting the indicators as part of the final report; developing monitoring and reporting systems in an attempt to fill the data gaps; testing and refining the  ...  Acknowledgements The South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and The Center for Invasion Biology (CIB) at Stellenbosch University  ... 
doi:10.3897/biss.3.47379 fatcat:dd6j55ghenfzljd4c72himxgze

A Global Indicator for Biological Invasion

MELODIE A. McGEOCH, STEVEN L. CHOWN, JESSE M. KALWIJ
2006 Conservation Biology  
Trends in invasive alien species" is one of only two indicators of threat to biodiversity that form part of the Convention on Biological Diversity's (CBD) framework for monitoring progress toward its "  ...  To date, however, there is no fully developed indicator for invasive alien species (IAS) that combines trends, derived from a standard set of methods, across species groups, ecosystems, and regions.  ...  Ivey (Global Invasive Species Programme) for discussion of the issues raised here and A. Khan ( Working for Water Programme) for information on IAS management in South Africa.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2006.00579.x pmid:17181799 fatcat:wcyuz4ns7rfjvluzpvr5omgk6m

The Many Roles of Remote Sensing in Invasion Science

Ana Sofia Vaz, Domingo Alcaraz-Segura, Joana R. Vicente, João P. Honrado
2019 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
This paper contributes to the GEO BON working group on Ecosystem Services. The authors thank Dr. Angela McGaughran and the Reviewer for their pertinent suggestions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work has been carried out within the H2020 project ECOPOTENTIAL: Improving Future Ecosystem Benefits Through Earth Observations (http://www.ecopotential-project. eu/).  ...  Remote sensing applications have been rapidly developing in the arena of invasions, and as technology evolves it is also becoming a prominent tool to manage alien species (and invaded areas) and their  ... 
doi:10.3389/fevo.2019.00370 fatcat:gd5fc334tvhszb45d7f74jdmpa

Standardisation in Mapping and Monitoring of Invasive Alien Plant Species

J. M. K. Kandeh
2006 Journal of Environmental Informatics  
It has also been shown that mapping the extent and distribution of invasive alien plants requires the development of a geographic information system known as the Alien Plants Management Information System  ...  Lucia Heritage Site, the Working for Water organisation requires data on the extent and distribution of invasion not only of its operational areas but also of the surrounding areas.  ...  System Design Using the Waterfall Life Cycle Systems development methodology, a prototype system was developed known as Alien Plants Management Information System (APMIS) .  ... 
doi:10.3808/jei.200600065 fatcat:7yfusjcrozfpbl3l3z2govp4ea

ELNAIS: A collaborative network on Aquatic Alien Species in Hellas (Greece)

Argyro Zenetos
2015 Management of Biological Invasions  
The ELNAIS system includes: News, List of Greek experts, Literature of findings in Greece, List of species with information on their first introduction date and source as well as photos and distribution  ...  ELNAIS is a dynamic online information platform aiming to collect and report spatial information on Aquatic Alien Species in Greek waters.  ...  Acknowledgements Part of this work, including the link of ELNAIS to EASIN, has been supported by DEVOTES project (DEVelopment Of innovative Tools for understanding marine biodiversity and assessing good  ... 
doi:10.3391/mbi.2015.6.2.09 fatcat:b6jgyeovgvh47betmzdnkobm5i

Monitoring Biological Invasions in Freshwater Habitats [chapter]

Montserrat Vilà, Emili García-Berthou
2009 Biological Monitoring in Freshwater Habitats  
Díaz-Delgado for comments on an early version of the manuscript.  ...  This review was partially supported by the Integrated European Project ALARM (contract 506675, http://www.alarmproject.net) to MV and the Spanish Ministry of Education (Project CGL2006-11652-C02/BOS) to  ...  for invasive species and has identified the development of detection and monitoring mechanisms as a key objective of its invasive species strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9278-7_10 fatcat:wj3tjehtnjeercws73swvfsxte

Biological invasions in World Heritage Sites: current status and a proposed monitoring and reporting framework

Ross T. Shackleton, Bastian Bertzky, Louisa E. Wood, Nancy Bunbury, Heinke Jäger, Remco van Merm, Christian Sevilla, Kevin Smith, John R. U. Wilson, Arne B. R. Witt, David M. Richardson
2020 Biodiversity and Conservation  
The framework requires the collation of information and reporting on pathways, alien species presence, impacts, and management, the estimation of future threats and management needs, assessments of knowledge  ...  There is clearly a need for an improved monitoring and reporting system for biological invasions in WHS and likely the same for other protected areas globally.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge funding from the DSI-NRF Centre of Excellence for Invasion Biology, the office of the Vice Rector: Research, Innovation and Post-Graduate Studies at Stellenbosch University  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10531-020-02026-1 fatcat:khh2yg3r5nchbnzuh65lvz4ywu

Implementing the European policies for alien species – networking, science, and partnership in a complex environment

Stelios Katsanevakis, Piero Genovesi, Samy Gaiji, Helene Nyegaard Hvid, Helen Roy, Ana Luisa Nunes, Francisco Sanchez Aguado, Konstantins Bogucarskis, Bos Debusscher, Ivan Deriu, Colin Harrower, Melanie Josefsson (+7 others)
2013 Management of Biological Invasions  
The European Commission has recognized the need for more stringent action to manage biological invasions and has committed to develop a dedicated legislative instrument.  ...  In September 2012, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) launched the European Alien Species Information Network (EASIN) to facilitate the exploration of existing alien species information  ...  Acknowledgements This paper was the result of a workshop organized in Ispra by JRC on 6-7 December 2012 aiming to bring together representatives of key alien species initiatives in Europe to discuss future  ... 
doi:10.3391/mbi.2013.4.1.02 fatcat:52voh6f7t5gjbedbmlessiuj3a
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 12,568 results