Down under the southeastern Pacific: marine non-indigenous species in Chile

@article{Castilla2004DownUT,
  title={Down under the southeastern Pacific: marine non-indigenous species in Chile},
  author={Juan Carlos Castilla and M. T Vel{\'a}zquez Uribe and Nibaldo Bahamonde and Marcela Clarke and Ruth Desqueyroux-Fa{\'u}ndez and Ismael Kong and Hugo Moyano and Nicol{\'a}s Rozbaczylo and Bernab{\'e} Santelices and Claudio Valdovinos and Patricio Zavala},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={213-232}
}
This article presents the first compilation of marine non-indigenous species (NIS) of algae and macro-invertebrates invading Chilean waters. A total of 32 cosmopolitan and non-cosmopolitan species are reported. Among them there are six species considered as extending their southern range of distribution in connection with El Niño events. The article highlights negative and positive impacts caused by marine NIS invasions. Among the first are Codium fragile var. tomentosoide, considered as a pest… CONTINUE READING

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