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INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species

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INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species. / Lucy, Frances E.; Roy, Helen; Simpson, Annie; Carlton, James T.; Hanson, John Mark; Magellan, Kit; Campbell, Marnie L.; Costello, Mark J. ; Pagad, Shyama ; Hewitt, Chad L. ; Mcdonald, Justin ; Cassey, Philip; Thomaz, Sidinei M.; Katsanevakis, Stelios; Zenetos, Argyro; Tricarico, Elena; Boggero, Angela; Groom, Quitin J.; Adriaens, Tim; Vanderhoeven, Sonia; Torchin, Mark; Hufbauer, Ruth; Fuller, Pam; Carman, Mary R. ; Conn, David Bruce; Vitule, Jean R.S.; Canning-Clode, Joao; Galil, Bella S.; Ojaveer, Henn; Bailey, Sarah A. ; Therriault, Thomas W.; Claudi, Renata; Gazda, Anna; Dick, Jaimie T.A.; Caffrey, Joe; Witt, Arne; Kenis, Marc; Lehtiniemi, Maiju; Helmisaari, Harry; Panov, Vadim E.

In: Management of Biological Invasions, Vol. 7, No. 2, 07.06.2016, p. 131-139.

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Lucy, FE, Roy, H, Simpson, A, Carlton, JT, Hanson, JM, Magellan, K, Campbell, ML, Costello, MJ, Pagad, S, Hewitt, CL, Mcdonald, J, Cassey, P, Thomaz, SM, Katsanevakis, S, Zenetos, A, Tricarico, E, Boggero, A, Groom, QJ, Adriaens, T, Vanderhoeven, S, Torchin, M, Hufbauer, R, Fuller, P, Carman, MR, Conn, DB, Vitule, JRS, Canning-Clode, J, Galil, BS, Ojaveer, H, Bailey, SA, Therriault, TW, Claudi, R, Gazda, A, Dick, JTA, Caffrey, J, Witt, A, Kenis, M, Lehtiniemi, M, Helmisaari, H & Panov, VE 2016, 'INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species', Management of Biological Invasions, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 131-139. https://doi.org/10.3391/mbi.2016.7.2.01

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Lucy, F. E., Roy, H., Simpson, A., Carlton, J. T., Hanson, J. M., Magellan, K., ... Panov, V. E. (2016). INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species. Management of Biological Invasions, 7(2), 131-139. https://doi.org/10.3391/mbi.2016.7.2.01

Author

Lucy, Frances E. ; Roy, Helen ; Simpson, Annie ; Carlton, James T. ; Hanson, John Mark ; Magellan, Kit ; Campbell, Marnie L. ; Costello, Mark J. ; Pagad, Shyama ; Hewitt, Chad L. ; Mcdonald, Justin ; Cassey, Philip ; Thomaz, Sidinei M. ; Katsanevakis, Stelios ; Zenetos, Argyro ; Tricarico, Elena ; Boggero, Angela ; Groom, Quitin J. ; Adriaens, Tim ; Vanderhoeven, Sonia ; Torchin, Mark ; Hufbauer, Ruth ; Fuller, Pam ; Carman, Mary R. ; Conn, David Bruce ; Vitule, Jean R.S. ; Canning-Clode, Joao ; Galil, Bella S. ; Ojaveer, Henn ; Bailey, Sarah A. ; Therriault, Thomas W. ; Claudi, Renata ; Gazda, Anna ; Dick, Jaimie T.A. ; Caffrey, Joe ; Witt, Arne ; Kenis, Marc ; Lehtiniemi, Maiju ; Helmisaari, Harry ; Panov, Vadim E. / INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species. In: Management of Biological Invasions. 2016 ; Vol. 7, No. 2. pp. 131-139.

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title = "INVASIVESNET towards an International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species",
abstract = "In a world where invasive alien species (IAS) are recognised as one of the major threats to biodiversity, leading scientists from five continents have come together to propose the concept of developing an international association for open knowledge and open data on IAS—termed “INVASIVESNET”. This new association will facilitate greater understanding and improved management of invasive alien species (IAS) and biological invasions globally, by developing a sustainable network of networks for effective knowledge exchange. In addition to their inclusion in the CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, the increasing ecological, social, cultural and economic impacts associated with IAS have driven the development of multiple legal instruments and policies. This increases the need for greater co-ordination, co-operation, and information exchange among scientists, management, the community of practice and the public. INVASIVESNET will be formed by linking new and existing networks of interested stakeholders including international and national expert working groups and initiatives, individual scientists, database managers, thematic open access journals, environmental agencies, practitioners, managers, industry, non-government organisations, citizens and educational bodies. The association will develop technical tools and cyberinfrastructure for the collection, management and dissemination of data and information on IAS; create an effective communication platform for global stakeholders; and promote coordination and collaboration through international meetings, workshops, education, training and outreach. To date, the sustainability of many strategic national and international initiatives on IAS have unfortunately been hampered by time-limited grants or funding cycles. Recognising that IAS initiatives need to be globally coordinated and ongoing, we aim to develop a sustainable knowledge sharing association to connect the outputs of IAS research and to inform the consequential management and societal challenges arising from IAS introductions. INVASIVESNET will provide a dynamic and enduring network of networks to ensure the continuity of connections among the IAS community of practice, science and management.",
author = "Lucy, {Frances E.} and Helen Roy and Annie Simpson and Carlton, {James T.} and Hanson, {John Mark} and Kit Magellan and Campbell, {Marnie L.} and Costello, {Mark J.} and Shyama Pagad and Hewitt, {Chad L.} and Justin Mcdonald and Philip Cassey and Thomaz, {Sidinei M.} and Stelios Katsanevakis and Argyro Zenetos and Elena Tricarico and Angela Boggero and Groom, {Quitin J.} and Tim Adriaens and Sonia Vanderhoeven and Mark Torchin and Ruth Hufbauer and Pam Fuller and Carman, {Mary R.} and Conn, {David Bruce} and Vitule, {Jean R.S.} and Joao Canning-Clode and Galil, {Bella S.} and Henn Ojaveer and Bailey, {Sarah A.} and Therriault, {Thomas W.} and Renata Claudi and Anna Gazda and Dick, {Jaimie T.A.} and Joe Caffrey and Arne Witt and Marc Kenis and Maiju Lehtiniemi and Harry Helmisaari and Panov, {Vadim E.}",
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month = "6",
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language = "English",
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pages = "131--139",
journal = "Management of Biological Invasions",
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AU - Lucy, Frances E.

AU - Roy, Helen

AU - Simpson, Annie

AU - Carlton, James T.

AU - Hanson, John Mark

AU - Magellan, Kit

AU - Campbell, Marnie L.

AU - Costello, Mark J.

AU - Pagad, Shyama

AU - Hewitt, Chad L.

AU - Mcdonald, Justin

AU - Cassey, Philip

AU - Thomaz, Sidinei M.

AU - Katsanevakis, Stelios

AU - Zenetos, Argyro

AU - Tricarico, Elena

AU - Boggero, Angela

AU - Groom, Quitin J.

AU - Adriaens, Tim

AU - Vanderhoeven, Sonia

AU - Torchin, Mark

AU - Hufbauer, Ruth

AU - Fuller, Pam

AU - Carman, Mary R.

AU - Conn, David Bruce

AU - Vitule, Jean R.S.

AU - Canning-Clode, Joao

AU - Galil, Bella S.

AU - Ojaveer, Henn

AU - Bailey, Sarah A.

AU - Therriault, Thomas W.

AU - Claudi, Renata

AU - Gazda, Anna

AU - Dick, Jaimie T.A.

AU - Caffrey, Joe

AU - Witt, Arne

AU - Kenis, Marc

AU - Lehtiniemi, Maiju

AU - Helmisaari, Harry

AU - Panov, Vadim E.

PY - 2016/6/7

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N2 - In a world where invasive alien species (IAS) are recognised as one of the major threats to biodiversity, leading scientists from five continents have come together to propose the concept of developing an international association for open knowledge and open data on IAS—termed “INVASIVESNET”. This new association will facilitate greater understanding and improved management of invasive alien species (IAS) and biological invasions globally, by developing a sustainable network of networks for effective knowledge exchange. In addition to their inclusion in the CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, the increasing ecological, social, cultural and economic impacts associated with IAS have driven the development of multiple legal instruments and policies. This increases the need for greater co-ordination, co-operation, and information exchange among scientists, management, the community of practice and the public. INVASIVESNET will be formed by linking new and existing networks of interested stakeholders including international and national expert working groups and initiatives, individual scientists, database managers, thematic open access journals, environmental agencies, practitioners, managers, industry, non-government organisations, citizens and educational bodies. The association will develop technical tools and cyberinfrastructure for the collection, management and dissemination of data and information on IAS; create an effective communication platform for global stakeholders; and promote coordination and collaboration through international meetings, workshops, education, training and outreach. To date, the sustainability of many strategic national and international initiatives on IAS have unfortunately been hampered by time-limited grants or funding cycles. Recognising that IAS initiatives need to be globally coordinated and ongoing, we aim to develop a sustainable knowledge sharing association to connect the outputs of IAS research and to inform the consequential management and societal challenges arising from IAS introductions. INVASIVESNET will provide a dynamic and enduring network of networks to ensure the continuity of connections among the IAS community of practice, science and management.

AB - In a world where invasive alien species (IAS) are recognised as one of the major threats to biodiversity, leading scientists from five continents have come together to propose the concept of developing an international association for open knowledge and open data on IAS—termed “INVASIVESNET”. This new association will facilitate greater understanding and improved management of invasive alien species (IAS) and biological invasions globally, by developing a sustainable network of networks for effective knowledge exchange. In addition to their inclusion in the CBD Strategic Plan for Biodiversity, the increasing ecological, social, cultural and economic impacts associated with IAS have driven the development of multiple legal instruments and policies. This increases the need for greater co-ordination, co-operation, and information exchange among scientists, management, the community of practice and the public. INVASIVESNET will be formed by linking new and existing networks of interested stakeholders including international and national expert working groups and initiatives, individual scientists, database managers, thematic open access journals, environmental agencies, practitioners, managers, industry, non-government organisations, citizens and educational bodies. The association will develop technical tools and cyberinfrastructure for the collection, management and dissemination of data and information on IAS; create an effective communication platform for global stakeholders; and promote coordination and collaboration through international meetings, workshops, education, training and outreach. To date, the sustainability of many strategic national and international initiatives on IAS have unfortunately been hampered by time-limited grants or funding cycles. Recognising that IAS initiatives need to be globally coordinated and ongoing, we aim to develop a sustainable knowledge sharing association to connect the outputs of IAS research and to inform the consequential management and societal challenges arising from IAS introductions. INVASIVESNET will provide a dynamic and enduring network of networks to ensure the continuity of connections among the IAS community of practice, science and management.

U2 - 10.3391/mbi.2016.7.2.01

DO - 10.3391/mbi.2016.7.2.01

M3 - A2: Article in a journal with peer review, not included in A1

VL - 7

SP - 131

EP - 139

JO - Management of Biological Invasions

JF - Management of Biological Invasions

SN - 1989-8649

IS - 2

ER -

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