In spite of any prevention effort, the of invasive species is expected to increase in the next years as an inevitable consequence of both the augmented complexity of international trade and the deregulation of national and international markets.
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Since the s, studies of non-indigenous species have expanded Solvang phone sex datin as a reflection of the rise in popularity that the discipline of invasion biology has gained among ecologists. However, the of published articles is biased towards terrestrial invaders; invasive events occurring in freshwater systems have been most often neglected or analyzed only in a Monterrey mexico strip club regional contexts or for a small of paradigmatic species.
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Rather than providing a broad and comprehensive review of the issue, Biological invaders in inland waters focuses on old and new invaders and also raises questions and opens perspectives that provide a starting point for further research. The ultimate purpose of this book is to help define a more general framework for our knowledge of invasions in Adult want nsa Mobile Alabama 36603 waters.
Such a framework will be indispensable to the planning of a science-based management program. Keywords Biological nvasions Inland waters biodiversity ecology ecosystem wetland Editors and affiliations.
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