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Idea paper: Monitoring and databasing non-native species to manage establishment debt in aquatic ecosystems
In the era of globalization, biological invasions are one of the most serious social issues. Thus, managing its impact is an urgent task. It is essential to control non-native species before they become established. However, it is insufficient to address establishment debt, which occurs when a non-native species has been introduced into an area but has not yet been established in the wild. In particular, unintentionally introduced or contaminated organisms of the aquatic ornamental pet tradedoi:10.32942/osf.io/y975g fatcat:z3f7l4um2raa7kjatnipcfafvq