Alien Marine Species in the Mediterranean - the 100 'Worst Invasives' and their Impact

  title={Alien Marine Species in the Mediterranean - the 100 'Worst Invasives' and their Impact},
  author={N. Streftaris and A. Zenetos},
  journal={Mediterranean Marine Science},
  • N. Streftaris, A. Zenetos
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Mediterranean Marine Science
  • A number of marine alien species have been described as invasive or locally invasive in the Mediterranean because of their proliferation, and/or their geographical spread and/or impact on native populations. Based on that information and on the documented impact they have on the biodiversity and socioeconomics of the basin, a preliminary list of the 100 ‘worst’ Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in the Mediterranean has been produced and presented in this work along with details on their impact… CONTINUE READING
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