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Assessing the impacts of nonindigenous marine macroalgae: an update of current knowledge
Abstract Nonindigenous marine species continue to be one of the foremost threats to marine biodiversity. As an update to a 2007 review of the impacts of introduced macroalgae, we assessed 142Expand
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Development of a risk assessment framework to predict invasive species establishment for multiple taxonomic groups and vectors of introduction
A thorough assessment of aquatic nonindigenous species’ risk facilitates successful monitoring and prevention activities. However, speciesand vector-specific information is often limited andExpand
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Classification of Non-Indigenous Species Based on Their Impacts: Considerations for Application in Marine Management
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 aquaticExpand
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How often are invasion-induced ecological impacts missed?
Managers and policy makers depend on empirical research to guide and support biosecurity measures that mitigate introduced species’ impacts. Research contributing to this knowledge base generallyExpand
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The role of uncertainty and subjective influences on consequence assessment by aquatic biosecurity experts.
Expert judgement is often used to mitigate the knowledge gaps that limit understanding of aquatic non-indigenous species (ANS) impacts (consequences) to environmental, economic, social, cultural andExpand
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Using a Novel Spatial Tool to Inform Invasive Species Early Detection and Rapid Response Efforts
Abstract Management of invasive species has increasingly emphasized the importance of early detection and rapid response (EDRR) programs in limiting introductions, establishment, and impacts. TheseExpand
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Evidence for interactions among environmental stressors in the Laurentian Great Lakes
Abstract Co-occurrence of environmental stressors is ubiquitous in ecosystems, but cumulative effects are difficult to predict for effective indicator development. Individual stressors can amplifyExpand
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Understanding Acceptable Level of Risk: Incorporating the Economic Cost of Under-Managing Invasive Species
Management of nonindigenous species includes prevention, early detection and rapid response and control. Early detection and rapid response depend on prioritizing and monitoring sites at risk forExpand
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Connell's Suture; A Question of Priority.
Troy, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1900. To the Editor: In November, 1896, I had the privilege of assisting Professor Thomas H. Manley, of New York, in a case of gangrenous strangulated hernia, necessitating aExpand