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Trying to engage the crowd in recording invasive alien species in Europe: experiences from two smartphone applications in northwest Europe

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Trying to engage the crowd in recording invasive alien species in Europe : experiences from two smartphone applications in northwest Europe. / Adriaens, Tim; Sutton-Croft, Michael; Owen, Katy; Brosens, Dimitri; van Valkenburg, Johan; Kilbey, Dave; Groom, Quentin; Ehmig, Carolin; Thürkow, Florian ; Van Hende, Peter; Schneider, Katrin.

In: Management of Biological Invasions, Vol. 6, Nr. 2, 10.03.2015, blz. 215–225.

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Adriaens, T, Sutton-Croft, M, Owen, K, Brosens, D, van Valkenburg, J, Kilbey, D, Groom, Q, Ehmig, C, Thürkow, F, Van Hende, P & Schneider, K 2015, 'Trying to engage the crowd in recording invasive alien species in Europe: experiences from two smartphone applications in northwest Europe', Management of Biological Invasions, vol. 6, nr. 2, blz. 215–225. https://doi.org/10.3391/mbi.2015.6.2.12

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Adriaens, Tim ; Sutton-Croft, Michael ; Owen, Katy ; Brosens, Dimitri ; van Valkenburg, Johan ; Kilbey, Dave ; Groom, Quentin ; Ehmig, Carolin ; Thürkow, Florian ; Van Hende, Peter ; Schneider, Katrin. / Trying to engage the crowd in recording invasive alien species in Europe : experiences from two smartphone applications in northwest Europe. In: Management of Biological Invasions. 2015 ; Vol. 6, Nr. 2. blz. 215–225.

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