Biological invaders in inland waters: Profiles, by Francesca Gherardi

By Francesca Gherardi

Invasive species have come to dominate three% of the Earth’s ice-free floor, constituting essentially the most critical ecological and financial threats of the recent millennium, and freshwater platforms are fairly weak. This e-book examines the id, distribution, and effect of freshwater non-indigenous species and the dynamics in their invasion. It makes a speciality of outdated and new invaders and gives a kick off point for extra research.

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