Contributors and references

Contributors

Maiju Lehtiniemi, Ulrik Berggreen, Christian Buschbaum, Ann-Britt Florin, Kai Hoppe, Henn Ojaveer, Sergej Olenin, Monika Normant-Saremba, Solvita Strake

recognizing the work of CORESET I:

Manfred Rolke, Monika Michalek, Malin Werner, Maiju Lehtiniemi, Solvita Strake, Alexander Antsulevich & Anastasija Zaiko. Paulina Brzeska, Elena Gorokhova, Bożenna Kaczmaruk and Sergej Olenin.

 

Archive

This version of the HELCOM core indicator report was published in July 2018:

Trends in arrival of new non-indigenous species HELCOM core indicator 2018 (pdf)

Earlier versions of this indicator are available at:

HOLAS II component- Core indicator report – web-based version July 2017 (pdf)

 

References

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Additional relevant publications

Buschbaum, C., Karez, R., Lackschewitz, D., Reise, K., 2010: Rapid assessment of neobiota in German coastal waters. HELCOM Indicator Fact Sheets and development of the HELCOM core set of indicators. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Carlton, J.T. 1985: Transoceanic and interoceanic dispersal of coastal marine organisms: the biology of ballast water Oceanogr. Mar. Biol. Ann. Rev. 23: 313–371

Lehtiniemi, M. Ojaveer, H., David, M ., Galil, B ., Gollasch, S ., McKenzie, C ., Minchin, D ., Occhipinti-Ambrogi, A ., Olenin, S ., Pederson, J. (2015): Dose of truth—Monitoring marine non-indigenous species to serve legislative requirements. Marine Policy. Volume 54, 26–35

 

 

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