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What are the economic costs of biological invasions? A complex topic requiring international and interdisciplinary expertise

Christophe Diagne, Jane A. Catford, Franz Essl, Martín A. Nuñez, Franck Courchamp
2020 NeoBiota  
A comprehensive assessment of the economic costs of invasions is a challenging but essential prerequisite for efficient and sustainable management of invasive alien species.  ...  This workshop provides a strong foundation for substantially advancing our knowledge of invasion impacts, fosters the establishment of a dynamic collaborative network on the topic of invasion economics  ...  We express our gratitude to Liliana Ballesteros-Mejia for her help with a graphical item.  ... 
doi:10.3897/neobiota.63.55260 fatcat:bhahd65btfe5jekioz5ggfxgk4


2017 Micro, Macro & Mezzo Geoinformation  
As geospatial technology comes into wider use through OpenGIS Specifications that enable its integration into the rest of the information technology world, there is a growing need for a definitive ("normative  ...  Facilitating agreement on definitions of geospatial technology terms - for the sake of "semantic interoperability" - is appropriately part of OGC's mission.  ...  "SQL is a standard interactive and programming language for getting information from and updating a database.  ... 
doaj:5b3f70e2901a41a599e88f652799f499 fatcat:t6m56gc2mvfg5datce6hua3x2q

U.S. conservation translocations: Over a century of intended consequences

Ben J. Novak, Ryan Phelan, Michele Weber
2021 Conservation Science and Practice  
We found that translocations played a key role in recovery for 30% (14 of 47) of U.S. delisted taxa.  ...  Examples included fish stocking for sport and biological control programs for agricultural pests.  ...  These alterations can be short-term or systemically minor to systemically transformative.  ... 
doi:10.1111/csp2.394 fatcat:2xkqpli2wncvnnb54gcabrefua

The role of land use and land cover change in climate change vulnerability assessments of biodiversity: a systematic review

Maria J. Santos, Adam B. Smith, Stefan C. Dekker, Maarten B. Eppinga, Pedro J. Leitão, David Moreno-Mateos, Naia Morueta-Holme, Michael Ruggeri
2021 Landscape Ecology  
Results Across 116 studies, 34% assumed CC and LULCC would act additively, while 66% allowed for interactive effects.  ...  Methods We conducted a systematic literature review of articles published in the last 30 years that focused on CCVA and accounted for impacts of both CC and LULCC.  ...  (Graphic symbols designed by Dr. Dovi Kacev)  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10980-021-01276-w fatcat:l3hj4j6mrrhupcixdhl73yb4ca

Antarctica: The final frontier for marine biological invasions

Arlie H. McCarthy, Lloyd S. Peck, Kevin A. Hughes, David C. Aldridge
2019 Global Change Biology  
for biodiversity and ecosystem services.  ...  Non-native marine species will interact with other anthropogenic stressors affecting Antarctic ecosystems, such as climate change (warming, ocean acidification) and pollution, with irreversible ramifications  ...  (GISD) (Invasive Species Specialist Group ISSG, 2015) for records of NNMS around Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.14600 pmid:31016829 pmcid:PMC6849521 fatcat:phf3tuqcjvab7obi5mi4kh4nke

Complex genetic patterns and distribution limits mediated by native congeners of the worldwide invasive red-eared slider turtle [article]

Sayra Espindola, Ella Vázquez-Domínguez, Miguel Nakamura, Luis Osorio-Olvera, Enrique Martínez-Meyer, Edward A. Myers, Isaac Overcast, Brendan N. Reid, Frank Burbrink
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Non-native (invasive) species offer a unique opportunity to study the geographic distribution and range limits of species, wherein the evolutionary change driven by interspecific interactions between native  ...  and non-native closely related species is a key component.  ...  Recuero, A. Flores-Manzanero, X. Cortés-Rodríguez, R. Medina, C. Rivera-Arroyo and O. Romero for their help during fieldwork, and R. García Herrera and M. Baltazar for computer systems support.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.09.02.458785 fatcat:bcivakb33vcjzjvwsiz43esjv4

Trail of story, traveller's path: reflections on ethnoecology and landscape

2011 ChoiceReviews  
screen mediated graphics and sound bites.  ...  knowledge databases.  ...  Burton (1998) reports yields of 200 grams per square meter in for sites with 60-80% full sunlight, almost ten times the productivity reported by Minore et al. (1979) for Washington state. 2 This map  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.48-4559 fatcat:pjs2rutpqvabzg3rw733cw34vu

Forecasting plant invasions in Europe

Günther Klonner
2017 unpublished
Consequently, identifying drivers of invasions, future areas of risk as well as potential future invaders has become a scientific focus and national and international regulatory frameworks for alien species  ...  Using different modelling approaches I assessed changes in invasion risk from garden plants in Europe under a warming climate, with garden plants being one of the most important source pools for potential  ...  Wessely and A. Gattringer for their comments and discussions which improved this manuscript. The constructive comments of two anonymous reviewers are highly appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.48951 fatcat:gpyysaircrddvcqqph4k4eino4