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Impacts of invasive alien marine species on ecosystem services and biodiversity: a pan-European review.
Stelios Katsanevakis*, Inger Wallentinus, Argyro Zenetos, Erkki Leppakoski, Melih Ertan Cinar, Bayram Ozturk, Michal Grabowski, Daniel Golani and Ana Cristina Cardoso European Commission, JointExpand
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Comparisons of nutrient uptake rates for Baltic macroalgae with different thallus morphologies
In-situ experiments were performed during different seasons to determine uptake rates of PO3-4, NH+4 and NO-3 within ecologically representative ranges of nutrient concentrations, of dominantExpand
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Can species traits be used to predict marine macroalgal introductions?
Species traits which facilitate introduction and predominance have been quantitatively ranked using interval arithmetic to search for common patterns among 113 marine macroalgae introduced in Europe.Expand
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The Marine Strategy Framework Directive (2008/56/EC) (MSFD) requires that the European Commission (by 15 July 2010) should lay down criteria and methodological standards to allow consistency inExpand
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Introduced Marine Algae and Vascular Plants in European Aquatic Environments
Literature compilations for all Europe revealed totally 529 introduced vascular plants (established or occasional) in aquatic environments, 214 being true aquatic or semiaquatic species. Species areExpand
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Fluctuations of Zooplankton Taxa in Ballast Waterduring Short‐Term and Long‐Term Ocean‐Going Voyages
A major vector for unintentional species introductions is international shipping. A wide range of organisms have been transported over long distances in ships' ballast tanks and as hull fouling.Expand
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Distribution and growth dynamics of ephemeral macroalgae in shallow bays on the Swedish west coast
Abstract Distribution and growth dynamics of ephemeral macroalgae were investigated in some shallow (0–1 m) bays on the Swedish west coast during the period 1992 to 1994. Variation in cover andExpand
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Introduced marine organisms as habitat modifiers.
Introductions of non-indigenous species (NIS) are mostly discussed through their impact on biodiversity. However, NIS can also act as ecosystem engineers, influencing the habitat itself, positivelyExpand
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