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  • Classification of non-indigenous species based on their impacts: Considerations for application in marine management

    Ojaveer, Henn; Galil, Bella S.; Campbell, Marnie L.; Carlton, James T.; Canning-Clode, João; Cook, Elizebeth J.; Davidson, Alisha D.; Hewitt, Chad L.; Jelmert, Anders; Marchini, Agnese; McKenzie, Cynthia H.; Minchin, Dan; Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna; Olenin, Sergej; Ruiz, Gregory (Public Library of Science, 2015)
    Assessment of the ecological and economic/societal impacts of the introduction of non-indigenous species (NIS) is one of the primary focus areas of bioinvasion science in terrestrial and aquatic environments, and is ...
  • 'Double trouble': the expansion of the Suez Canal and marine bioinvasions in the Mediterranean Sea

    Galil, Bella S.; Boero, Ferdinando; Campbell, Marnie L.; Carlton, James T.; Cook, Elizabeth; Fraschetti, Simonetta; Gollasch, Stephan; Hewitt, Chad L.; Jelmert, Anders; Macpherson, Enrique; Marchini, Agnese; McKenzie, Cynthia; Minchin, Dan; Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna; Ojaveer, Henn; Olenin, Sergej; Piraino, Stefano; Ruiz, Gregory M/ (Springer, 2015)
  • The enlargement of the Suez Canal and introduction of non-indigenous species to the Mediterranean Sea

    Galil, Bella S.; Boero, Ferdinando; Fraschetti, Simona; Piraino, Stefano; Campbell, Marnie L.; Hewitt, Chad L.; Carlton, James T.; Cook, Elizebeth J.; Jelmert, Anders; Macpherson, Enrique; Marchini, Agnese; Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna; McKenzie, Cynthia H.; Minchin, Dan; Ojaveer, Henn; Olenin, Sergej; Ruiz, Gregory (Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, 2015)
    The Suez Canal is one of the most important waterways in the world – during the last year 17,148 ships passed through the Canal – reducing emissions, saving time, and operating costs to shippers. The rapid increase in ship ...