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Dickey, J.W.E., R.N. Cuthbert, M. Rea, C. Laverty, K. Crane, J. South, E. Briski, X.X. Chang, N.E. Coughlan, H.J. MacIsaac, A. Ricciardi, G.E. Riddell, M. Xu, and J.T.A. Dick. 2018. Assessing the relative potential ecological impacts and invasion risks of emerging and future invasive alien species. NeoBiota(40):1-24. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.40.28519.
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Reference Number: 36686
Type: Journal Article
Author: Dickey, J.W.E., R.N. Cuthbert, M. Rea, C. Laverty, K. Crane, J. South, E. Briski, X.X. Chang, N.E. Coughlan, H.J. MacIsaac, A. Ricciardi, G.E. Riddell, M. Xu, and J.T.A. Dick
Date (year): 2018
Article Title:Assessing the relative potential ecological impacts and invasion risks of emerging and future invasive alien species
Journal Name: NeoBiota
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Issue: 40
Pages: 1-24
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Keywords: ecological impacts, functional response, invasive alien species, numerical response, pet propagule pressure, relative impact potential, relative invasion risk, risk assessment, mesopredator release, functional-responses, propagule pressure, ballast water, pond turtle, temperature, aquarium, trade, strategies, fecundity, Yellow-bellied Slider, Trachemys scripta scripta
DOI: 10.3897/neobiota.40.28519
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