LocalgovtAIS. Guide for authors - Ecological Informatics - ISSN 1574-9541. Download Guide for Authors in PDF The journal Ecological Informatics is devoted to the publication of high quality, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of computational ecology, data science and biogeography.
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This tool provides lists of terrestrial invasive plants expected to expand their ranges into the chosen county or state with climate change by 2040-2060. Climate change expansions are based on 13 future climate models and users must select the level of consensus (1-13 models) required to add a species to the state or county list. In addition, users can filter the list to species currently observed within a chosen geographic proximity to the focal county or state.
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The introduction of invasive aquatic organisms into new marine environments not only affects biodiversity and ecosystem health, but also has measurable impacts on a number of economic sectors such as fisheries, aquaculture and ocean energy. Global forecasts of shipping traffic and biological invasions to 2050. CIRCABC - Welcome. National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement Review. The National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement (NEBRA) was signed by the Commonwealth, state and territory governments in January 2012.
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IPM Road Map FINAL. AIDO. WAFWA - Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Marine Invasive Species Monitoring in New England. Explore data from the Marine Invader Monitoring and Information Collaborative (MIMIC) through this story map. What are invasive species? Invasive species are animals, plants, and other organisms (such as viruses) that are introduced to a new location by human activity and can cause harm to the environment, economy, or public health. More than 60 invasive species have been documented in the coastal waters of New England, though this is likely an underestimate. For more information, see the Marine Invasive Species Program web page. Conservation Evidence - Site. Home - Great Lakes Hydrilla Collaborative. Minister Hanekom announces release of Status Report on Biological Invasions in South Africa - SANBI. The Acting Minister of Environmental Affairs, Mr Derek Hanekom, has announced the release of the National Status Report on Biological Invasions in South Africa.
He noted that “this report represents a milestone for the Republic of South Africa as it is the first comprehensive national-scale assessment of the status of biological invasions and their management anywhere in the world”. The report will be followed by repeat assessments every three years. FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel. Home - National Site for the Regional IPM Centers. Seeking community guidance for a project aiming to humanely remove invasive rodents.
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AFPMB - Living Hazards Database. Biodiversité des Petites Antilles: Exotiques. Home » Marine Biosecurity Porthole. Genetic Engineering and Society Center. Northeast Aquatic Nuisance Species Panel Forum » Published papers relative to aquatic invasive species. Alaska Center for Conservation Science. Major funding from: North Pacific Research Board A partnership between UAA’s Alaska Center for Conservation Science, the Aleutian and Bering Sea Islands LCC, Alaska Sea Grant, and U.S. WIONIS : the Network - Resources and information on agriculture and biodiversity in the Indian Ocean. IUCN/SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG) Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP), 2008. Plant science scan: A103-3E-PDF - Government of Canada Publications. MarineTraffic: Global Ship Tracking Intelligence. Interactive: Mapping the Flow of International Trade. Map: Visualizing Every Ship at Sea in Real-Time.
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