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Tarkan, A.S., E. Tricarico, L. Vilizzi, G. Bilge, F.G. Ekmekci, H. Filiz, D. Giannetto, A. Ilhan, N. Killi, S.G. Kirankaya, N. Koutsikos, S. Kozic, I. Kurtul, L. Lazzaro, A. Marchini, A. Occhipinti-Ambrogi, C. Perdikaris, M. Piria, L. Pompei, H. Sari, E. Smeti, G. Stasolla, N. Top, K. Tsiamis, L. Vardakas, S. Yapici, B. Yogurtcuoglu, and G.H. Copp. 2021. Risk of invasiveness of non-native aquatic species in the eastern Mediterranean region under current and projected climate conditions. European Zoological Journal 88(1):1130-1143. https://doi.org/10.1080/24750263.2021.1980624.
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Reference Number: 40441
Type: Journal Article
Author: Tarkan, A.S., E. Tricarico, L. Vilizzi, G. Bilge, F.G. Ekmekci, H. Filiz, D. Giannetto, A. Ilhan, N. Killi, S.G. Kirankaya, N. Koutsikos, S. Kozic, I. Kurtul, L. Lazzaro, A. Marchini, A. Occhipinti-Ambrogi, C. Perdikaris, M. Piria, L. Pompei, H. Sari, E. Smeti, G. Stasolla, N. Top, K. Tsiamis, L. Vardakas, S. Yapici, B. Yogurtcuoglu, and G.H. Copp
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:Risk of invasiveness of non-native aquatic species in the eastern Mediterranean region under current and projected climate conditions
Journal Name: European Zoological Journal
Volume: 88
Issue: 1
Pages: 1130-1143
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Keywords: Hypophthalmichthys molitrix, Silver carp, Asian carp, AS-ISK, risk identification, Lessepsian/Erythrean migration, global warming, red swamp crayfish, Procambarus clarkii
DOI: 10.1080/24750263.2021.1980624
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