Invasion biology of Australian ectomycorrhizal fungi introduced with eucalypt plantations into the Iberian Peninsula.- Phenological and demographic behaviour of an exotic invasive weed in agroecosystems.- Short-term responses to salinity of an invasive cordgrass.- The American brine shrimp as an exotic invasive species in the western Mediterranean.- Impact of an introduced Crustacean on the trophic webs of Mediterranean wetlands.- Loss of diversity and degradation of wetlands as a result of introducing exotic crayfish.- Worldwide invasion of vector mosquitoes: present European distribution and challenges for Spain.- Holocene turnover of the French vertebrate fauna.- Life-history traits of invasive fish in small Mediterranean streams.- Genetic introgression on freshwater fish populations caused by restocking programmes.- Eradications of invasive alien species in Europe: a review.- French attempts to eradicate non-indigenous mammals and their consequences for native biota.- Successful eradication of invasive rodents from a small island through pulsed baiting inside covered stations.
This volume presents key contributions of the First National Conference on Invasive Alien Species, held in Spain in 2003. Topics included cut across all aspects of non-native species invasions. Experts from universities, public administration, NGOs and environmental enterprises and authorities on biological invasions from other countries participated in the conference, which aimed to go beyond national boundaries to tackle the complex biological issues of invasive alien species.
First National Conference on Invasive Alien Species in Spain in 2003
The themes included cut across different aspects of non-native species invasions
Essential reading for anyone seeking an understanding of non-native species invasions