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Science for the new regulation

SESSION 1 - Pathway analysis and spread of invasive species

  • Rob Leuven - Hot spots and highways for dispersal of aquatic invasive species in the European network of inland waterways
  • Rachel Shucksmith - Identifying and assessing vectors for the dispersal of invasive species in the Shetland Islands
  • Jonathan Marescaux - Invasion of Western Europe by Dreissena rostriformis bugensis: phylogeography, population genetics and potential impact assessments
  • Tine Huys - The invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus and tubenose goby Proterorhinus semilunaris: two introduction routes into Belgium
  • Evelyne Elst - Are invasive populations more phenotypic plasticity than native ones? An experimental study on Impatiens glandulifera.

SESSION 2 - Impact and risk assessment of invasive species

  • Etienne Branquart - A new Belgian template for invasive species risk analysis: a support for decision makers
  • Sabrine Derveaux - Observation and risk assessment analysis of the invasive Mnemiopsis leidyi in the North Sea
  • Diederik Strubbe - Concerns regarding the scientific evidence informing impact risk assessment and management recommendations for invasive birds

SESSION 3 - Control, management and mitigation of invasive species

  • Joe Caffrey - Control and Management of Freshwater Invasive Species in Ireland
  • Frank Huysentruyt - Catching invasive Egyptian geese (Alopochen aegyptiacus): evaluation of the optimal deployment season for a floating Larsen trap
  • Katie Sambrook - Capacity, capability and cross-border challenges associated with marine eradication programmes in Europe: the attempted eradication of an invasive non-native ascidian, Didemnum vexillum in Wales, Great Britain
  • Sebastian Meis - Preventing mass development of invasive macrophytes during the initial colonization phase in an artificially created urban lake
  • Pieter Lemmens - Native pike Esox lucius can suppress invasive topmouth gudgeon Pseudorasbora parva in ponds and leaves the indigenous fish community intact

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