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Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife. / Roy, Helen E.; Hesketh, Helen; V. Purse, Bethan; Eilenberg, Jørgen; Santini, Alberto; Scalera, Riccardo; D. Stentiford, Grant; Adriaens, Tim; Bacela-Spychalska, Karolina; Bass, David; M. Beckmann, Katie; Bessell, Paul; Bojko, Jamie; Booy, Olaf; Cristina Cardoso, Ana; Essl, Franz; Groom, Quentin; Harrower, Colin; Kleespies, Regina; F. Martinou, Angeliki; M. van Oers, Monique; J. Peeler, Edmund; Pergl, Jan; Rabitsch, Wolfgang; Roques, Alain; Schaffner, Francis; Schindler, Stefan; Schmidt, Benedikt R.; Schönrogge, Karsten; Smith, Jonathan; Solarz, Wojciech; Stewart, Alan; Stroo, Arjan; Tricarico, Elena; M.A. Turvey, Katharine; Vannini, Andrea; Vilà, Montserrat; Woodward, Stephen; Amtoft Wynns, Anja; M. Dunn, Alison.

In: Conservation Letters, Vol. 10, Nr. 4, 07.2017, blz. 477-484.

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Harvard

Roy, HE, Hesketh, H, V. Purse, B, Eilenberg, J, Santini, A, Scalera, R, D. Stentiford, G, Adriaens, T, Bacela-Spychalska, K, Bass, D, M. Beckmann, K, Bessell, P, Bojko, J, Booy, O, Cristina Cardoso, A, Essl, F, Groom, Q, Harrower, C, Kleespies, R, F. Martinou, A, M. van Oers, M, J. Peeler, E, Pergl, J, Rabitsch, W, Roques, A, Schaffner, F, Schindler, S, Schmidt, BR, Schönrogge, K, Smith, J, Solarz, W, Stewart, A, Stroo, A, Tricarico, E, M.A. Turvey, K, Vannini, A, Vilà, M, Woodward, S, Amtoft Wynns, A & M. Dunn, A 2017, 'Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife', Conservation Letters, vol. 10, nr. 4, blz. 477-484. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12297

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Roy, H. E., Hesketh, H., V. Purse, B., Eilenberg, J., Santini, A., Scalera, R., ... M. Dunn, A. (2017). Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife. Conservation Letters, 10(4), 477-484. https://doi.org/10.1111/conl.12297

Author

Roy, Helen E. ; Hesketh, Helen ; V. Purse, Bethan ; Eilenberg, Jørgen ; Santini, Alberto ; Scalera, Riccardo ; D. Stentiford, Grant ; Adriaens, Tim ; Bacela-Spychalska, Karolina ; Bass, David ; M. Beckmann, Katie ; Bessell, Paul ; Bojko, Jamie ; Booy, Olaf ; Cristina Cardoso, Ana ; Essl, Franz ; Groom, Quentin ; Harrower, Colin ; Kleespies, Regina ; F. Martinou, Angeliki ; M. van Oers, Monique ; J. Peeler, Edmund ; Pergl, Jan ; Rabitsch, Wolfgang ; Roques, Alain ; Schaffner, Francis ; Schindler, Stefan ; Schmidt, Benedikt R. ; Schönrogge, Karsten ; Smith, Jonathan ; Solarz, Wojciech ; Stewart, Alan ; Stroo, Arjan ; Tricarico, Elena ; M.A. Turvey, Katharine ; Vannini, Andrea ; Vilà, Montserrat ; Woodward, Stephen ; Amtoft Wynns, Anja ; M. Dunn, Alison. / Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife. In: Conservation Letters. 2017 ; Vol. 10, Nr. 4. blz. 477-484.

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title = "Alien Pathogens on the Horizon: Opportunities for Predicting their Threat to Wildlife",
abstract = "According to the Convention on Biological Diversity, by 2020 invasive alienspecies (IAS) should be identified and their impacts assessed, so that speciescan be prioritized for implementation of appropriate control strategies andmeasures put in place to manage invasion pathways. For one quarter of theIAS listed as the “100 of the world’s worst” environmental impacts are linkedto diseases of wildlife (undomesticated plants and animals). Moreover, IAS area significant source of “pathogen pollution” defined as the human-mediatedintroduction of a pathogen to a new host or region. Despite this, little isknown about the biology of alien pathogens and their biodiversity impactsafter introduction into new regions. We argue that the threats posed by alienpathogens to endangered species, ecosystems, and ecosystem services shouldreceive greater attention through legislation, policy, and management. Weidentify 10 key areas for research and action, including those relevant to theprocesses of introduction and establishment of an alien pathogen and to predictionof the spread and associated impact of an alien pathogen on nativebiota and ecosystems. The development of interdisciplinary capacity, expertise,and coordination to identify and manage threats was seen as critical toaddress knowledge gaps",
author = "Roy, {Helen E.} and Helen Hesketh and {V. Purse}, Bethan and J{\o}rgen Eilenberg and Alberto Santini and Riccardo Scalera and {D. Stentiford}, Grant and Tim Adriaens and Karolina Bacela-Spychalska and David Bass and {M. Beckmann}, Katie and Paul Bessell and Jamie Bojko and Olaf Booy and {Cristina Cardoso}, Ana and Franz Essl and Quentin Groom and Colin Harrower and Regina Kleespies and {F. Martinou}, Angeliki and {M. van Oers}, Monique and {J. Peeler}, Edmund and Jan Pergl and Wolfgang Rabitsch and Alain Roques and Francis Schaffner and Stefan Schindler and Schmidt, {Benedikt R.} and Karsten Sch{\"o}nrogge and Jonathan Smith and Wojciech Solarz and Alan Stewart and Arjan Stroo and Elena Tricarico and {M.A. Turvey}, Katharine and Andrea Vannini and Montserrat Vil{\`a} and Stephen Woodward and {Amtoft Wynns}, Anja and {M. Dunn}, Alison",
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AU - Roy, Helen E.

AU - Hesketh, Helen

AU - V. Purse, Bethan

AU - Eilenberg, Jørgen

AU - Santini, Alberto

AU - Scalera, Riccardo

AU - D. Stentiford, Grant

AU - Adriaens, Tim

AU - Bacela-Spychalska, Karolina

AU - Bass, David

AU - M. Beckmann, Katie

AU - Bessell, Paul

AU - Bojko, Jamie

AU - Booy, Olaf

AU - Cristina Cardoso, Ana

AU - Essl, Franz

AU - Groom, Quentin

AU - Harrower, Colin

AU - Kleespies, Regina

AU - F. Martinou, Angeliki

AU - M. van Oers, Monique

AU - J. Peeler, Edmund

AU - Pergl, Jan

AU - Rabitsch, Wolfgang

AU - Roques, Alain

AU - Schaffner, Francis

AU - Schindler, Stefan

AU - Schmidt, Benedikt R.

AU - Schönrogge, Karsten

AU - Smith, Jonathan

AU - Solarz, Wojciech

AU - Stewart, Alan

AU - Stroo, Arjan

AU - Tricarico, Elena

AU - M.A. Turvey, Katharine

AU - Vannini, Andrea

AU - Vilà, Montserrat

AU - Woodward, Stephen

AU - Amtoft Wynns, Anja

AU - M. Dunn, Alison

PY - 2017/7

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DO - 10.1111/conl.12297

M3 - A1: Web of Science-article

VL - 10

SP - 477

EP - 484

JO - Conservation Letters

JF - Conservation Letters

SN - 1755-263X

IS - 4

ER -

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