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Invasive species – Part 2: concrete examples
|Author(s) :||P.-P. Pastoret & F. Moutou; Ed.: 2010|
After a definition of what can be considered an invasive species, these issues of the Review intend to give an overview of all aspects of animal invasions and their mechanisms, largely based upon historical records of known animal invasions; they will also describe the impacts, both negative and positive, of the invasions and look to the future. Finally, these Reviews will consider how to prevent the introduction of invasive ‘alien’ species and how to control or mitigate their effects.
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- Contents Vol. 29 (2)
- Bioterrorism and invasive species
- Invasive mammals
- Alien invasive birds
- Invasive reptiles and amphibians
- Invasive crayfish and freshwater fishes of the world
- Invasive processes, mosaics and the structure of helminth parasite faunas
- Invasive arthropods
- The consequences of introducing non-indigenous species: two case studies, the grey squirrel in Europe and the brushtail possum (…)
- Biosecurity measures to prevent the incursion of invasive alien species into Japan and to mitigate their impact
- Control and eradication of invasive mammals in Great Britain
- Disease risks associated with the translocation of wildlife
- Why own an exotic pet?
- Biological invasions and the conservation of biodiversity
- The role of international organisations in controlling invasive species and preserving biodiversity
- The role of the World Trade Organization and the ‘three sisters’ (…) in the control of invasive alien species (…)