November 2019 issue of Aquatic Invasions is online!
Two striking features of this issue are the diverse group of scientists and the wide range of invasions reported. The 14 papers have a total of 69 authors from 12 countries and 34 institutions!
November 2019 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
24 articles from 23 countries in 5 continents are presented in the fourth release of this year.
Special issue on Marine Invasive Species is now online!
This special issue of Management of Biological Invasions includes applied papers presented at the 2018 International Invasive Sea Squirt Conference held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA, May 2-4, 2018, and at the 10th International Conference on Marine Bioinvasions held in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, October 16–18, 2018.
One Earth Commentary paper: Measure and Reduce the Harm Caused by Biological Invasions
Invasions by alien species continue worldwide, causing tremendous harm to biodiversity and human wellbeing. Post-2020 discussions of the Convention on Biological Diversity must link targets to monitoring innovations and decision support for a maximally effective and global response.
September 2019 issue of Management of Biological Invasions is now online!
This issue presents research from sixteen countries in Europe, North, Central, and South America, Asia, and Africa!
September 2019 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
In this issue, many news from the terrestrial environment!
Special issue on Behaviour and Aquatic Invasions is now online!
Welcome to the Special Issue of Aquatic Invasions titled ‘Behaviour and Aquatic Invasions in the 21st Century: Progress, Trends and Future Research’.
June 2019 issue of Management of Biological Invasions is now online!
New knowledge to improve ballast water treatment: Rapid DNA proliferation methods can assist in measuring the effectiveness of UV ballast water treatment. A review on viruses in ballast water provides recommendations for quantifying viruses and developing new standards.
June 2019 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
No less then 30 articles reporting alien species from 22 countries in Europe, North, Central and South America, Asia and Africa are published in the second 2019 release of BIR!
June 2019 issue of Aquatic Invasions is now online!
Parasites are raising concerns: In the Aegean Sea (Greece) a parasite caused the collapse of the bivalve Pinna nobilis populations in the (read more in our press release). The invasive parasitic copepod Lernaea cyprinacea raises concern in Patagonia, Argentina; while substantially reduced parasite diversity on the invasive Australian Tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus may increase the ability of this species to become a serious fish pest.
March 2019 issue of Management of Biological Invasions is now online!
Articles of the first 2019 issue of MBI present innovative tools for decision-making and early detection, as well as research on impacts and global hotspots of notorious invaders.
March 2019 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
The first 2019 issue presents alien species reports from sixteen countries in Europe, North, Central, and South America, Asia, and Africa!
Fred Wells - new Editor-in-Chief of Aquatic Invasions
We are delighted to announce that Fred Wells, Adjunct Professor at Murdoch University and Curtin University in Perth, is the new Editor-in Chief of our open access journal Aquatic Invasions. He has officially started on 1 January 2019.
November 2018 issue of BioInvasions Records is now online!
Articles from 17 countries of Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa are presented in
the final 2018 release.
An International Survey Marine bioinvasions 2050 - invitation to participate
We seek your help to addresss the urgent, timely need to understand the broad range of issues and challenges that may impact the magnitude, study, and management of marine bioinvasions over the next three decades. Through your collective voices, we will be able to identify the critical, priority issues at local, regional, national, and global scales.
Professor James Carlton first Honorary Member of INVASIVESNET
INVASIVESNET is pleased to announce Professor James Carlton as first Honorary Member of the Association. Prof. Carlton, Director Emeritus and Emeritus Professor at Williams College, was awarded the Life Honorary Membership on 4 September 2018 during the NEOBIOTA Conference in Dublin.