Climate change and invasive alien species.

These are identified with land use change and changes in the nitrogen and carbon cycles as the top drivers of global biodiversity loss

Abstract

Invasive alien species (IAS) and climate change are identified with land use change, and changes in the nitrogen and carbon cycles, as the top four drivers of global biodiversity loss. This Position Paper discusses interactions between invasive species and climate change.

Citation

CABI, Wallingford, UK. 36 pp.

Climate change and invasive alien species.

Published 1 January 2009