Economic costs of invasive alien species across Europe

@article{Haubrock2021EconomicCO,
  title={Economic costs of invasive alien species across Europe},
  author={Phillip Joschka Haubrock and Anna J. Turbelin and Ross N. Cuthbert and Ana N{\'o}voa and Nigel G. Taylor and Elena Angulo and Liliana Ballesteros‐Mejia and Thomas W. Bodey and C{\'e}sar Capinha and Christophe A Diagne and Franz Essl and Marina Golivets and Natalia I. Kirichenko and Melina Kourantidou and Boris Leroy and David Renault and L.N.H. Verbrugge and Franck Courchamp},
  journal={NeoBiota},
  year={2021}
}
Biological invasions continue to threaten the stability of ecosystems and societies that are dependent on their services. Whilst the ecological impacts of invasive alien species (IAS) have been widely reported in recent decades, there remains a paucity of information concerning their economic impacts. Europe has strong trade and transport links with the rest of the world, facilitating hundreds of IAS incursions, and largely centralised decision-making frameworks. The present study is the first… 

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