Unprecedented rates of introduction and spread of non-native species pose burgeoning challenges to biodiversity, natural resource management, regional economies, and human health. This study identifies four priority areas to advance invasion science in the face of rapid global environmental change.
This study investigated the incursions and management of Asian hornet (Vespa velutina nigrithorax) in the United Kingdom between 2016-2019.
This study investigated the influence of shipping and man-made habitat modification on the occurrence and assemblage of intertidal non-native species in ports on the south coast of England.
This study investigated the use of two common aquatic disinfectants (Virasure® Aquatic, and Virkon® Aquatic) and steam on the mortality of bloody-red shrimp (Hemimysis anomala).
This study investigated the link between the invasive non-native signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) and the abundance of native fish and invertebrates in a section of the River Tees.