Assessing the assessments: evaluation of four impact assessment protocols for invasive alien species

Responses to multiple threats posed by invasive alien species rely on the ability to assess their impacts

Abstract

The authors use 4 protocols for assessing invasive alien species (IAS) impacts using 2 non-native parrots in Europe: the widespread ring-necked parakeet (Psittacula krameri) and the rapidly spreading monk parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus).

Citation

Turbé, A., Strubbe, D., Mori, E., Carrete, M., Chiron, F., Clergeau, P., González-Moreno, P., Le Louarn, M., Luna, A., Menchetti, M., Nentwig, W., Pârâu, L.G., Postigo, J.-L., Rabitsch, W., Senar, J. C., Tollington, S., Vanderhoeven, S., Weiserbs, A. and Shwartz, A. (2017) Assessing the assessments: evaluation of four impact assessment protocols for invasive alien species. Diversity and Distributions 23(3), 297–307.

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Published 31 March 2017