International Association
for Open Knowledge
on Invasive Alien Species

INVASIVESNET facilitates development and delivery of open knowledge and open data on invasive species. Read more

Red swamp crayfish Procambarus clarkii in Europe. Photo credit: Chris Lukhaup

INVASIVESNET collaborates with industries and other stakeholders to develop and facilitate effective solutions. Read more

Invasive ascidians fouling the hull of a yacht, Malahide marina, Ireland. Photo credit: Damien Offer

INVASIVESNET supports and promote international meetings and workshops on invasive species. Read more

School of invasive fish Siganus luridus from the Aegean Sea, Greece. Photo credit: Yiannis Issaris

INVASIVESNET enhances accessibility to open sources of knowledge on invasive species. Read more

Red-eared slider turtle Trachemys scripta elegans in Italy. Photo credit: Stefano Vanni

INVASIVESNET facilitates free access to results of scientific research of invasive species globally. Read more

Common sparrow Passer domesticus in New Zealand. Photo credit: Pablo García-Díaz

INVASIVESNET develops relevant funding infra-structure to support open access publications on invasive species. Read more

American mink Neovison vison in Spain. Photo credit: Pablo Garcia-Diaz

INVASIVESNET develops technical tools for the collection, management and dissemination of data on invasive species. Read more

Hottentot-fig Carpobrotus edulis in New Zealand. Photo credit: Pablo Garcia-Diaz

INVASIVESNET creates an effective communication platform on invasive species for all interested stakeholders. Read more

Wolf snake Lycodon aulicus from Christmas Island, Australia. Photo credit: Pablo Garcia-Diaz

INVASIVESNET promotes education, outreach and training on invasive species related science and management. Read more

Red lion fish Pterois volitans. Photo credit: Jens Petersen

INVASIVESNET suggests how international legislation on invasive species can be implemented effectively. Read more

Deballasting ship, Brazilian coastal waters. Photo credit: Neil Johnston

INVASIVESNET support and promotes effective citizen science related initiatives on invasive species. Read more

False indigo Amorpha fruticosa in Italy. Photo credit: Leonardo Lombardi

INVASIVESNET - THE GLOBAL NETWORK OF NETWORKS ON INVASIVE SPECIES

International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species (INVASIVESNET) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization open to individuals and organizations involved in research, management and exchange of knowledge on invasive species.

INVASIVESNET mission - to facilitate a greater understanding and management of biological invasions by creating a global sustainable network of networks all interested and affected stakeholders for development and effective exchange of open high quality knowledge and open data on invasive species.

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