Invasive alien species - prioritising prevention efforts through horizon scanning: ENV.B.2/ETU/2014/0016 Final Report

HE Roy, T Adriaens, DC Aldridge, S Bacher, JDD Bishop, TM Blackburn, E Branquart, J Brodie, C Carboneras, EJ Cook, GH Copp, HJ Dean, J. Eilenberg, F. Essl, B. Gallardo, M. Garcia, E. Garcia-Berthou, P. Genovesi, P.E. Hulme, M. KenisF. Kerckhof, M. Kettunen, D. Minchin, W. Nentwig, A. Nieto, J. Pergl, O. Pescot, J. Peyton, C. Preda, W. Rabitsch, A. Roques, S. Rorke, R. Scalera, S. Schindler, K. Schönrogge, J. Sewell, W. Solarz, A. Stewart, E. Tricarico, S. Vanderhoeven, G. van der Velde, M. Vila, C.A. Wood, A. Zenetos

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    Abstract

    n order to support the prioritisation of invasive alien species for future risk assessments, a horizon scanning methodology for the Europe was developed and implemented. The outcome was a list of 95 species, including all taxa (except microorganisms) within marine, terrestrial and freshwater environments, considered as very high or high priority for risk assessment.
    Translated title of the contributionInvasieve exoten - prioritering van preventie via horizon scanning
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLuxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union
    Number of pages231
    ISBN (Electronic)978-92-79-50349-8
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jul-2015

    Thematic list

    • Invasive species (nature management)
    • Invasive species (fauna management)
    • Invasive species (management)
    • Invasive species (species diversity)
    • Prevention
    • Invasive species (damage management)

    EWI Biomedical sciences

    • B003-ecology
    • B004-botany
    • B005-zoology

    Geographic list

    • Europe

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