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Seaweed invasions: conclusions and future directions

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posted on 2023-06-23, 11:02 authored by Craig JohnsonCraig Johnson
In the introduction of this special issue of Botanica Marina, we established the scope of this topic around a series of questions, which also provided a framework for integrating the different contributions and a means of highlighting deficiencies in knowledge and understanding (Johnson and Chapman 2007). In defining challenges for the future and suggesting how those challenges might best be tackled to optimize returns on research investment, it is useful to revisit those questions under four main headings dealing with species introductions per se, the invasion process, consequences of invasions and human responses to the threat and occurrence of invasion. © 2007 by Walter de Gruyter.

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Publication title

Botanica Marina

Volume

50

Issue

5-6

Article number

5-6'

Number

5-6'

Pagination

451-457

ISSN

0006-8055

Department/School

Sustainable Marine Research Collaboration

Publisher

Walter de Gruyter & Co

Publication status

  • Published

Rights statement

Copyright 2007 by Walter de Gruyter

Repository Status

  • Open

Socio-economic Objectives

190499 Natural hazards not elsewhere classified

UN Sustainable Development Goals

15 Life on Land

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