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.
    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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