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Current knowledge on non‐native freshwater fish introductions
This review provides a contemporary account of knowledge on aspects of introductions of non-native fish species and includes issues associated with introduction pathways, ecological and economicExpand
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Next‐generation monitoring of aquatic biodiversity using environmental DNA metabarcoding
Global biodiversity in freshwater and the oceans is declining at high rates. Reliable tools for assessing and monitoring aquatic biodiversity, especially for rare and secretive species, are importantExpand
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To be, or not to be, a non‐native freshwater fish?
Summary We examine the evolving concept of what constitutes a nonnative (or alien) freshwater fish. In an attempt to distinguish between biogeographical and socio-political perspectives, we reviewExpand
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Calibration of FISK, an invasiveness screening tool for nonnative freshwater fishes.
Adapted from the weed risk assessment (WRA) of Pheloung, Williams, and Halloy, the fish invasiveness scoring kit (FISK) was proposed as a screening tool for freshwater fishes. This article describesExpand
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Voracious invader or benign feline? A review of the environmental biology of European catfish Silurus glanis in its native and introduced ranges
This investigation was supported in part through research grants from the Environment Agency (Sussex Area) and the UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, the Spanish Ministry ofExpand
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The habitat diversity and fish reproductive function of floodplain ecosystems
  • G. Copp
  • Biology
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • 1 September 1989
SynopsisFish reproduction in floodplain ecosystems, based on relative abundance and total biomass of 0+ juveniles, was studied using the synchronic approach to typological analysis in conjunctionExpand
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Managing non‐native fish in the environment
Non-native fishes are frequently used to enhance aquaculture and fisheries; if introduced into the wider environment, then the majority will have negligible effects on native biodiversity. However, aExpand
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Assessing the Risks of Aquatic Species Invasions via European Inland Waterways: From Concepts to Environmental Indicators
Abstract EDITOR'S NOTE: This is 1 of 12 papers prepared by participants attending the workshop “Risk Assessment in European River Basins–State of the Art and Future Challenges” held in Liepzig,Expand
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Electrofishing for fish larvae and 0+ juveniles: equipment modifications for increased efficiency with short fishes
. Efficient use of electricity to collect fish larvae and 0+ juveniles can be achieved by reducing anode size relative to the cathode, demonstrated on two portable backpack-style electroshockers: theExpand
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