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Like other developing countries, Iran is threatened by alien plants because of its rich native biodiversity, a wide range of climatic...
Impact assessments can help prioritising limited resources for invasive species management. However, their usefulness to provide...
The Atlantic blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) has rapidly invaded coastal environments in the western Mediterranean, but there is no...
Species introduced through human-related activities beyond their native range, termed alien species, have various impacts worldwide. The...
Significance International concern about the consequences of human-induced global environmental changes has prompted a renewed focus on...
Invasive alien species (IAS) are one of the main threats to biodiversity conservation, with significant socio-economic and ecological...
The invasive apple snail (Pomacea maculata) appeared in 2010 in the Ebro Delta Natural Park, an important area for rice production and...
Plant-pollinator interactions are key components of ecosystem functioning and are therefore increasingly studied. Of all the approaches...
Biological invasions are one of the major drivers of global environmental change and there is a need to develop integrated strategies to...
Invasive plants are expanding their ranges due to climate change, creating new challenges for invasive species management. Early...
In an era of profound biodiversity crisis, invasion costs, invader impacts, and human agency should not be dismissed.
The shape (linear vs. nonlinear), direction (negative vs. positive), and strength of the relationship between invasive alien species...
For an efficient allocation of the limited resources to alien species management, the most damaging species should be prioritised....
Our understanding and management of biological invasions relies on our ability to classify and conceptualise the phenomenon. This need...
We use a recently proposed framework, the Socio-Economic Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (SEICAT) to undertake the first global...
The Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT) can be used to classify alien taxa according to the magnitude and type of...
The Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT) and the Socio-Economic Impact Classification of Alien Taxa (SEICAT) have...
Macroecology is the study of patterns, and the processes that determine those patterns, in the distribution and abundance of organisms at...
Extensive literature is available on the diversity and magnitude of impacts that alien species cause on recipient systems. Alien species...
The Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT) classifies the impacts caused by alien species in their introduced range...