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A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions

Vilizzi, Lorenzo and Copp, Gordon H. and Hill, Jeffrey E. and Adamovich, Boris and Aislabie, Luke and Akin, Daniel and Al-Faisal, Abbas J. and Almeida, David and Azmai, M. N. Amal and Bellati, Adriana and Bernier, Renee and Bies, Jason M. and Bilge, Gokcen and Branco, Paulo and Canning-Clode, Joao and Castellanos-Galindo, Gustavo A. and Chaichana, Ratcha and Chainho, Paula and Chan, Joleen and Cunico, Almir M. and Curd, Amelia and Dashinov, Dimitriy and Davison, Phil and de Camargo, Mariele P. and Dodd, Jennifer A. and Donahou, Allison L. Durland and Edsman, Lennart and Ekmekci, F. Guler and Elphinstone-Davis, Jessica and Eros, Tibor and Evangelista, Charlotte and Fenwick, Gemma and Ferincz, Arpad and Ferreira, Teresa and Feunteun, Eric and Filiz, Halit and Forneck, Sandra C. and Gajduchenko, Helen S. and Gestoso, Ignacio and Giannetto, Daniela and Gilles, Allan S. and Glamuzina, Branko and Glamuzina, Luka and Goldsmit, Jesica and Gollasch, Stephan and Goulletquer, Philippe and Grabowska, Joanna and Harmer, Rogan and Haubrock, Phillip J. and He, Dekui and Hean, Jeffrey W. and Herczeg, Gabor and Howland, Kimberly L. and Ilhan, Ali and Interesova, Elena and Jakubcinova, Katarina and Jelmert, Anders and Johnsen, Stein and Kakareko, Tomasz and Kanongdate, Kamalaporn and Killi, Nurcin and Kim, Jeong-Eun and Kirankaya, Serife Gulsun and Knazovicka, Dominika and Kopecky, Oldrich and Kostov, Vasil and Koutsikos, Nicholas and Kozic, Sebastian and Kuljanishvili, Tatia and Kumar, Lohith and Kurita, Yoshihisa and Kurtul, Irmak and Lazzaro, Lorenzo and Lee, Laura and Lehtiniemi, Maiju and Leonardi, Giovanni and Leuven, Rob S. E. W. and Li, Shan and Lipinskaya, Tatsiana and Liu, Fei and Lloyd, Lance and Lorenzoni, Massimo and Luna, Sergio Alberto and Lyons, Timothy J. and Magellan, Kit and Malmstrom, Martin and Marchini, Agnese and Marr, Sean M. and Masson, Gerard and Masson, Laurence and McKenzie, Cynthia H. and Memedemin, Daniyar and Mendoza, Roberto and Minchin, Dan and Miossec, Laurence and Moghaddas, Seyed Daryoush and Moshobane, Moleseng C. and Mumladze, Levan and Naddafi, Rahmat and Najafi-Majd, Elnaz and Nastase, Aurel and Navodaru, Ion and Neal, J. Wesley and Nienhuis, Sarah and Nimtim, Matura and Nolan, Emma T. and Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna and Ojaveer, Henn and Olenin, Sergej and Olsson, Karin and Onikura, Norio and O'Shaughnessy, Kathryn and Paganelli, Daniele and Parretti, Paola and Patoka, Jiri and Jr, Richard Thomas B. Pavia and Pellitteri-Rosa, Daniele and Pelletier-Rousseau, Michele and Peralta, Elfritzson M. and Perdikaris, Costas and Pietraszewski, Dariusz and Piria, Marina and Pitois, Sophie and Pompei, Laura and Poulet, Nicolas and Preda, Cristina and Puntila-Dodd, Riikka and Radocaj, Tena and Rahmani, Hossein and Raj, Smrithy and Reeves, David and Ristovska, Milica and Rizevsky, Viktor and Robertson, D. Ross and Robertson, Peter and Ruykys, Laura and Sab, AbdulwakilO and Santos, Jose M. and Sari, Hasan M. and Segurado, Pedro and Semenchenko, Vitaliy and Senanan, Wansuk and Simard, Nathalie and Simonovic, Predrag and Skora, MichalE and Svolikova, Kristina Slovak and Smeti, Evangelia and Smidova, Tereza and Spelic, Ivan and Srebaliene, Greta and Stasolla, Gianluca and Stebbing, Paul and Stevove, Barbora and Suresh, Vettath R. and Szajbert, Bettina and Ta, Kieu Anh T. and Tarkan, Ali Serhan and Tempesti, Jonathan and Therriault, Thomas W. and Tidbury, Hannah J. and Top-Karakus, Nildeniz and Tricarico, Elena and Troca, DeboraF A. and Tsiamis, Konstantinos and Tuckett, Quenton M. and Tutman, Pero and Uyan, Umut and Uzunova, Eliza and Vardakas, Leonidas and Velle, Gaute and Verreycken, Hugo and Vintsek, Lizaveta and Wei, Hui and Weiperth, Andras and Wey, Olaf L. F. and Winter, Emily R. and Wlodarczyk, Radoslaw and Wood, Louisa E. and Yang, Ruibin and Yapici, Sercan and Yeo, Shayne S. B. and Yogurtcuoglu, Baran and Yunnie, Anna L. E. and Zhu, Yunjie and Zieba, Grzegorz and Zitnanova, Kristina and Clarke, Stacey (2021). A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions. Science of the Total Environment. 788 , 147868
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Abstract

The threat posed by invasive non-native species worldwide requires a global approach to identify which introduced species are likely to pose an elevated risk of impact to native species and ecosystems. To inform policy, stakeholders and management decisions on global threats to aquatic ecosystems, 195 assessors representing 120 risk assessment areas across all six inhabited continents screened 819 non-native species from 15 groups of aquatic organisms (freshwater, brackish, marine plants and animals) using the Aquatic Species Invasiveness Screening Kit. This multi-lingual decision-support tool for the risk screening of aquatic organisms provides assessors with risk scores for a species under current and future climate change conditions that, following a statistically based calibration, permits the accurate classification of species into high-, medium-and low-risk categories under current and predicted climate conditions. The 1730 screenings undertaken encompassed wide geographical areas (regions, political entities, parts thereof, water bodies, river basins, lake drainage basins, and marine regions), which permitted thresholds to be identified for almost all aquatic organismal groups screened as well as for tropical, temperate and continental climate classes, and for tropical and temperate marine ecoregions. In total, 33 species were identified as posing a & lsquo;very high risk & rsquo; of being or becoming invasive, and the scores of several of these species under current climate increased under future climate conditions, primarily due to their wide thermal tolerances. The risk thresholds determined for taxonomic groups and climate zones provide a basis against which area-specific or climate-based calibrated thresholds may be interpreted. In turn, the risk rankings help decision-makers identify which species require an immediate & lsquo;rapid & rsquo; management action (e.g. eradication, control) to avoid or mitigate adverse impacts, which require a full risk assessment, and which are to be restricted or banned with regard to importation and/or sale as ornamental or aquarium/fishery enhancement.(c) 2021 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier B.V. This is an open access article under the CC BY license (http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

Authors/Creators:Vilizzi, Lorenzo and Copp, Gordon H. and Hill, Jeffrey E. and Adamovich, Boris and Aislabie, Luke and Akin, Daniel and Al-Faisal, Abbas J. and Almeida, David and Azmai, M. N. Amal and Bellati, Adriana and Bernier, Renee and Bies, Jason M. and Bilge, Gokcen and Branco, Paulo and Canning-Clode, Joao and Castellanos-Galindo, Gustavo A. and Chaichana, Ratcha and Chainho, Paula and Chan, Joleen and Cunico, Almir M. and Curd, Amelia and Dashinov, Dimitriy and Davison, Phil and de Camargo, Mariele P. and Dodd, Jennifer A. and Donahou, Allison L. Durland and Edsman, Lennart and Ekmekci, F. Guler and Elphinstone-Davis, Jessica and Eros, Tibor and Evangelista, Charlotte and Fenwick, Gemma and Ferincz, Arpad and Ferreira, Teresa and Feunteun, Eric and Filiz, Halit and Forneck, Sandra C. and Gajduchenko, Helen S. and Gestoso, Ignacio and Giannetto, Daniela and Gilles, Allan S. and Glamuzina, Branko and Glamuzina, Luka and Goldsmit, Jesica and Gollasch, Stephan and Goulletquer, Philippe and Grabowska, Joanna and Harmer, Rogan and Haubrock, Phillip J. and He, Dekui and Hean, Jeffrey W. and Herczeg, Gabor and Howland, Kimberly L. and Ilhan, Ali and Interesova, Elena and Jakubcinova, Katarina and Jelmert, Anders and Johnsen, Stein and Kakareko, Tomasz and Kanongdate, Kamalaporn and Killi, Nurcin and Kim, Jeong-Eun and Kirankaya, Serife Gulsun and Knazovicka, Dominika and Kopecky, Oldrich and Kostov, Vasil and Koutsikos, Nicholas and Kozic, Sebastian and Kuljanishvili, Tatia and Kumar, Lohith and Kurita, Yoshihisa and Kurtul, Irmak and Lazzaro, Lorenzo and Lee, Laura and Lehtiniemi, Maiju and Leonardi, Giovanni and Leuven, Rob S. E. W. and Li, Shan and Lipinskaya, Tatsiana and Liu, Fei and Lloyd, Lance and Lorenzoni, Massimo and Luna, Sergio Alberto and Lyons, Timothy J. and Magellan, Kit and Malmstrom, Martin and Marchini, Agnese and Marr, Sean M. and Masson, Gerard and Masson, Laurence and McKenzie, Cynthia H. and Memedemin, Daniyar and Mendoza, Roberto and Minchin, Dan and Miossec, Laurence and Moghaddas, Seyed Daryoush and Moshobane, Moleseng C. and Mumladze, Levan and Naddafi, Rahmat and Najafi-Majd, Elnaz and Nastase, Aurel and Navodaru, Ion and Neal, J. Wesley and Nienhuis, Sarah and Nimtim, Matura and Nolan, Emma T. and Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna and Ojaveer, Henn and Olenin, Sergej and Olsson, Karin and Onikura, Norio and O'Shaughnessy, Kathryn and Paganelli, Daniele and Parretti, Paola and Patoka, Jiri and Jr, Richard Thomas B. Pavia and Pellitteri-Rosa, Daniele and Pelletier-Rousseau, Michele and Peralta, Elfritzson M. and Perdikaris, Costas and Pietraszewski, Dariusz and Piria, Marina and Pitois, Sophie and Pompei, Laura and Poulet, Nicolas and Preda, Cristina and Puntila-Dodd, Riikka and Radocaj, Tena and Rahmani, Hossein and Raj, Smrithy and Reeves, David and Ristovska, Milica and Rizevsky, Viktor and Robertson, D. Ross and Robertson, Peter and Ruykys, Laura and Sab, AbdulwakilO and Santos, Jose M. and Sari, Hasan M. and Segurado, Pedro and Semenchenko, Vitaliy and Senanan, Wansuk and Simard, Nathalie and Simonovic, Predrag and Skora, MichalE and Svolikova, Kristina Slovak and Smeti, Evangelia and Smidova, Tereza and Spelic, Ivan and Srebaliene, Greta and Stasolla, Gianluca and Stebbing, Paul and Stevove, Barbora and Suresh, Vettath R. and Szajbert, Bettina and Ta, Kieu Anh T. and Tarkan, Ali Serhan and Tempesti, Jonathan and Therriault, Thomas W. and Tidbury, Hannah J. and Top-Karakus, Nildeniz and Tricarico, Elena and Troca, DeboraF A. and Tsiamis, Konstantinos and Tuckett, Quenton M. and Tutman, Pero and Uyan, Umut and Uzunova, Eliza and Vardakas, Leonidas and Velle, Gaute and Verreycken, Hugo and Vintsek, Lizaveta and Wei, Hui and Weiperth, Andras and Wey, Olaf L. F. and Winter, Emily R. and Wlodarczyk, Radoslaw and Wood, Louisa E. and Yang, Ruibin and Yapici, Sercan and Yeo, Shayne S. B. and Yogurtcuoglu, Baran and Yunnie, Anna L. E. and Zhu, Yunjie and Zieba, Grzegorz and Zitnanova, Kristina and Clarke, Stacey
Title:A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions
Series Name/Journal:Science of the Total Environment
Year of publishing :2021
Volume:788
Article number:147868
Number of Pages:16
ISSN:0048-9697
Language:English
Publication Type:Research article
Article category:Scientific peer reviewed
Version:Published version
Copyright:Creative Commons: Attribution 4.0
Full Text Status:Public
Subjects:(A) Swedish standard research categories 2011 > 1 Natural sciences > 106 Biological Sciences (Medical to be 3 and Agricultural to be 4) > Ecology
Keywords:Decision support tools, AS-ISK, Hazard identification, Non-native species, Risk analysis, Climate change
URN:NBN:urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-112021
Permanent URL:
http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-p-112021
Additional ID:
Type of IDID
DOI10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147868
Web of Science (WoS)000663799700017
ID Code:25325
Faculty:NJ - Fakulteten för naturresurser och jordbruksvetenskap
Department:(NL, NJ) > Department of Aquatic Resources
Deposited By: SLUpub Connector
Deposited On:14 Sep 2021 07:25
Metadata Last Modified:14 Sep 2021 07:31

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