CBMA

Centro de Biologia Molecular e Ambiental

Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology

Advances in Invasion Ecology

Dates & Venue
16 May - 2 June
Departament of Biology, University of Minho.
MICA
Course Info

Study of the impacts of biological invasions, a pervasive component of global change, has generated remarkable understanding of the mechanisms and consequences of the spread of introduced populations. Although the increasing rate of biological invasions many gaps in knowledge still persist. In this course, using a multidisciplinary approach and theoretical and empirical examples, we will highlight recent progress in understanding invasion impacts and management, and discuss the challenges that the discipline faces in its science and interactions with society.

Invited Lecturers

Carlos Antunes 
CIIMAR, Portugal
Francisco Arenas  
CIIMAR, Portugal
César Capinha
GHTM, Portugal
Elsa Froufe
CIIMAR, Portugal
Manuel Lopes-Lima 
CIBIO, Portugal
Filipe Ribeiro 
MARE, Portugal
Ronaldo Sousa
CBMA, Portugal












                                                       


Topics

. History of Biological Invasions Research
. Vectors and pathways of introductions
Abiotic factors and their importance in biological invasions 
. Homogenization
. Biotic traits and their importance in biological invasions
. Species distribution modelling applied to biological invasions 
. Dispersal of invasive species by natural vectors
. Biological invasions and evolution
. Biological invasions and other global stressors
. Ecological and economic impacts: from individuals to ecosystems
. Stable isotopes applied to biological invasions
. Prevention, Eradication, control and containment
. Human dimension in biological invasions

                                                    

 

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