Alien mammals in Europe: updated numbers and trends, and assessment of the effects on biodiversity.

@article{Genovesi2012AlienMI,
  title={Alien mammals in Europe: updated numbers and trends, and assessment of the effects on biodiversity.},
  author={Piero Genovesi and Lucilla Carnevali and Anna Alonzi and Riccardo Scalera},
  journal={Integrative zoology},
  year={2012},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={
          247-253
        }
}
This study provides an updated picture of mammal invasions in Europe, based on detailed analysis of information on introductions occurring from the Neolithic to recent times. The assessment considered all information on species introductions, known extinctions and successful eradication campaigns, to reconstruct a trend of alien mammals' establishment in the region. Through a comparative analysis of the data on introduction, with the information on the impact of alien mammals on native and… CONTINUE READING

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