INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES MANAGEMENT IN PORTUGAL: FROM EARLY DETECTION TO REMOTE SENSING AND BIOCONTROL OF ACACIA LONGIFOLIA - INVADER-B


Project title
INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES MANAGEMENT IN PORTUGAL: FROM EARLY DETECTION TO REMOTE SENSING AND BIOCONTROL OF ACACIA LONGIFOLIA - INVADER-B
Code
info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/FCT/COMPETE/131547/PT/INVAsive plant species management in Portugal: from early DEtection to Remote sensing and Biocontrol of Acacia longifolia - INVADER-B
Status
Closed
Start date
01-07-2013
Expected Completion
30-11-2015
 
Abstract
Main Research Area Environment and Global Changes - Sustainable Management of Resources Secondary Research Area Biological Sciences - Biodiversity and Conservation
 
Keyword(s)
Interaction-networks
Indirect non-target effects
Biological invasions
Biological control

Publications
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121-Apr-2021Establishment, spread and early impacts of the first biocontrol agent against an invasive plant in continental EuropeLópez-Núñez, Francisco Alejandro ; Marchante, Elizabete ; Heleno, Ruben ; Duarte, Liliana Neto; Palhas, Jael; Impson, Fiona; Freitas, Helena ; Marchante, Hélia articleembargoedAccess
2Mar-2017Four-trophic level food webs reveal the cascading impacts of an invasive plant targeted for biocontrolLópez-Núñez, Francisco A. ; Heleno, Ruben ; Ribeiro, Sérgio ; Marchante, Hélia ; Marchante, Elizabete articleopenAccess