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Improving science-based invasive species management with physiological knowledge, concepts, and tools

Robert Lennox, Kevin Choi, Philip M. Harrison, James E. Paterson, Tyler B. Peat, Taylor D. Ward, Steven J. Cooke
2015 Biological Invasions  
As a result, managing invasive species is a priority for many conservation scientists and natural resource managers.  ...  For example, physiological concepts and tools can be used to assess the impacts of invasive animals on their new ecosystems, to predict which animal species are likely to become invasive, to prevent the  ...  may invade and develop preventative and control measures for managing invasions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-015-0884-5 fatcat:dzk7se6rjjawvdjfcptdtce6ma

Decision tools for managing biological invasions: existing biases and future needs

Elías D. Dana, Jonathan M. Jeschke, Juan García-de-Lomas
2013 Oryx  
To develop a more evidence-based and efficient management of biological invasions, decision tools (e.g. multi-criteria frameworks) that help managers prioritize actions most efficiently are key.  ...  Most studies have focused on a single invasive species but practical management tools should consider a wide variety of invaders. We conclude with suggestions for developing improved decision tools.  ...  non-native species that are already present in the focal habitat), (5) internet applications and other software decision-making tools for managing biological invasions, and (6) studies of other tools (  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605312001263 fatcat:cmxiho4hwfe6thap2ezm65qitu

A new architecture and implementation strategy for non-invasive software measurement systems

Anton Bykov, Denis Zaplatnikov, Vladimir Ivanov, Alan Rogers, Alexandr Shunevich, Alberto Sillitti, Giancarlo Succi, Alexander Tormasov, Jooyong Yi, Albert Zabirov
2018 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC '18  
Despite that non-invasive software measurement tools have proven their usefulness in software production, their adoption in software industry is still limited.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Software and its engineering → Software development process management; Client-server architectures; KEYWORDS software measurement, non-invasive sensors, software architecture ACM Reference  ...  Ways of implementing non-invasive measurement are discussed in [15, 29] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3167132.3167327 dblp:conf/sac/BykovIRSSSTYZZ18 fatcat:tzlgsacccncndjgnrbmlw676nq

Envisioning a national invasive species information framework

Jamie K. Reaser, Annie Simpson, Gerald F. Guala, Jeffrey T. Morisette, Pam Fuller
2019 Biological Invasions  
As a supplement to this paper, we have cataloged federal invasive species databases and information tools identified through this work.  ...  With a view toward creating a national Early Detection and Rapid Response Program (EDRR) program, the United States National Invasive Species Council Management Plan for 2016-2018 calls for a series of  ...  These include specialized data search tools for distinguishing what is invasive in what context and with what consequences (ideally, distinguishing invasive from simply non-native at the ecosystem level  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-019-02141-3 fatcat:myvzxm6onrhblpxdtcxurvwi3m

A Survey on Technologies Used in Glucose Monitoring for Diabetic Patients

G. Sharmila, R. Sushmitha, R. Geetha
2017 International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer Science & Technology  
In the modern lifestyle many people are susceptible to Diabetes Mellitus (DM).The management and monitoring of DM is a challenge for the diabetic patients.  ...  The various techniques on non-invasive blood glucose measurement are Transdermal and Optical.  ...  This paper also proposed a method of non-invasive technique for measuring blood glucose levels.  ... 
doi:10.21276/ijircst.2017.5.2.6 fatcat:lmdu6sjygbdlfhc5qzntkf7uzq

Putting a federal capacities assessment to work: blueprint for a national program for the early detection of and rapid response to invasive species (EDRR)

Jamie K. Reaser
2019 Biological Invasions  
detection of and rapid response to invasive species (EDRR).  ...  Species Council, Invasive Species Advisory Committee, and their managerial Secretariat.  ...  species are invasive and priorities for response measures, North American Invasive Species Management Association map- ping standards, and metrics for capturing the environmental and socio-economic  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10530-019-02177-5 fatcat:mrhqmwt3wvgknnh6py36zvg7xe

Clinical review of non-invasive intracranial pressure measurement in medical cases

Shalini Nair
2016 Journal of Neuroanaesthesiology and Critical Care  
We illustrate two cases where optic nerve sheath measurements helped in managing raised ICP and time the need for surgical intervention and review the literature on non-invasive ICP measurement.  ...  Advent of various non-invasive techniques has widened the option of ICP measurement in medical cases as well.  ...  [26] CONCLUSION The non-invasive ICP measuring tools are not surrogate for invasive ICP measurement.  ... 
doi:10.4103/2348-0548.173241 fatcat:i4k54ggofrbgdmleqsikqqosym

Comparison of Two Non-Invasive HbCO Portable Measurement Devices

Patrick Hertgen
2010 Prehospital and Disaster Medicine  
Methods: The two non-invasive devices were used simultaneously with suspected CO poisoned patients and managed by prehospital medical teams.  ...  Conclusions: The new Masimo Rad-57 non-invasive HbCO measurement device based on spectrophotometric technique allows faster measurement compared to exhaledair analysis, and give a chance to perform measurement  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049023x00024651 fatcat:xbs7fnf2ffht5izpgamciiiqp4

Non-invasive Risk Stratification Early After a Myocardial Infarction – The Risk Estimation Following Infarction Non-invasive Evaluation (REFINE) Study

Derek V Exner
2008 European Cardiology  
Why Do We Need Risk Stratification Tools?  ...  Non-invasive testing of patients in the acute and non-acute early post-MI periods was performed, since significant left ventricular remodelling typically occurs during the 12 weeks after MI. 13 The non-invasive  ...  Until these data are available it is premature to use any of these non-invasive tests to guide ICD therapy. Should the REFINE Study Results Affect Patient Management?  ... 
doi:10.15420/ecr.2008.4.1.21 fatcat:piangvzlzrel5bphl3ftfxnxeq

Navigating the Non-Native Planting Rule: Permit Requirements for Large-Scale Plantings of Non-Native Species in Florida

Deah Lieurance, Eric Rohrig, Stephen Enloe
2021 EDIS  
This fact sheet discusses why plantings of non-native plants are regulated, describes how plantings are regulated in Florida, and shows how the UF/IFAS Assessment of Non-Native Plants in Florida's Natural  ...  , the UF/IFAS Assessment) uses literature-based assessment tools to evaluate and predict the invasion risk of non-native plant species.  ...  by assessing known major invasive, minor invasive, and non-invasive plants.  ... 
doi:10.32473/edis-ag454-2021 fatcat:dsqhhqb365e2pnuey4ulg5pcse

Future Invasive Species Research Challenges and Opportunities [chapter]

Becky K. Kerns, Therese M. Poland, Robert C. Venette, Toral Patel-Weynand, Deborah M. Finch, Allen Rowley, Deborah C. Hayes, Mike Ielmini
2021 Invasive Species in Forests and Rangelands of the United States  
However, some non-native species may arrive in an area and fail to become established or have no measurable impact.  ...  AbstractIntroductions of new invasive species continue with ever-expanding global trade, and the increase in invasive species does not show any sign of saturation for most taxonomic groups.  ...  However, some non-native species may arrive in an area and fail to become established or have no measurable impact.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-45367-1_16 fatcat:tbpcajx2v5gb7cqnrft7dto35m

Diagnosis and Management Approaches for Non-cavitated Carious Dental Lesions- A Narrative Review

Mohammad S. AlShaya, Heba J. Sabbagh, Azza A. El-Housseiny
2021 Open Dentistry Journal  
The visual-tactile and radiographic detection of non-cavitated carious lesions are greatly helped by the advances of non-invasive detection tools such as DIAGNOdent, fiber-optic transillumination, quantitative  ...  Conclusion: Accordingly, non-cavitated carious lesions can be arrested by several non-invasive techniques, which are preferred over the invasive options.  ...  (i.e., sealants and resin infiltrating) for managing non-cavitated proximal dental decay in primary teeth, permanent teeth, or both, versus non-invasive measures (i.e., fluoride varnish and floss).  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874210602115010337 fatcat:nphssam27bfy3alluv3ye7p6ay

The use of molecular tools in invasion biology: an emphasis on freshwater ecosystems

2012 Fisheries Management and Ecology  
The potential uses of molecular tools to address issues in invasion biology are reviewed, including the early detection of novel and cryptic non-native species, the identification of introduction pathways  ...  The usefulness of molecular tools to assess the ecological and evolutionary consequences of biological invasions is discussed using recent examples in which the latest techniques in molecular ecology (  ...  Acknowledgments I sincerely thank the organisers of the NeoFishMed workshop for inviting me and for the insightful discussion about the consequences of biological invasions on freshwater ecosystems.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2400.2011.00832.x fatcat:4zbldluiijaxld3ylzeb2azsj4

An Update of Armamentarium for Non Invasive Cardiac Haemodynamics and Congestion Evaluation for Acute Heart Failure Patients

Salvatore Di Somma
2021 Heart Science Journal  
These non-invasive measurements may provide important information for improving diagnosis, developing individualized therapeutic management plans/dispo- sition decisio1ns, and predicting short term mortality  ...  Technological advances such as Biva, Nexfin, or NICas could allow for routine non-invasive continuous monitoring of Cardiac Hemodynamic and Fluid content in Acute Heart Failure patients.  ...  These initial non-invasive measurements may provide important information for improving diagnosis, developing individualized therapeutic management plans/disposition decisions, and predicting Take Home  ... 
doi:10.21776/ub.hsj.2021.002.01.01 fatcat:j7folatqj5f7tmug6tsp2dcfqe

Saturation oxygenation pressure index: a non-invasive bedside measure for severity of respiratory disease in neonates on CPAP

Deepti Thandaveshwara, Ashok Huduguru Chandrashekar Reddy, Manjunath Vaddamabal Gopalakrishna, Srinivasa Murthy Doreswamy
2020 European Journal of Pediatrics  
Saturation oxygen pressure index (SOPI) is a simple, non-invasive, bedside tool to monitor the severity of respiratory illness in neonates on CPAP.  ...  What is Known: • Saturation oxygen pressure index (SOPI) is a non-invasive monitoring tool for neonates on N-CPAP. • SOPI has a good correlation with AaDO2.  ...  This underlines the need for a non-invasive bedside tool to overcome these challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00431-020-03877-0 pmid:33219427 pmcid:PMC7678771 fatcat:ltehv7ha2ngclfhjyyg6nrn6zm
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