Sea freshening may drive the ecological impacts of emerging and existing invasive alien species dataset

James Dickey, Ross Cuthbert, Gregor Steffen, Jaimie Dick & Elizabeta Briski
Aim: The spread of invasive non-native species (INNS) will pose major threats to global biodiversity over the coming decades. However, predicting how key effects of climate change will influence the abilities of INNS to establish and exert ecological impact is a major challenge. One overlooked aspect of global change is the expected freshening of certain marine systems, which may interact with INNS and lead to drastic effects on community structure and stability. Location: Baltic Sea,...
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