The main research goal of AQUAINVAD-ED is to exploit novel molecular advances combined with the power of crowd data sourcing (citizen science) to develop innovative methods of early detection, control and management of AIS.


Sabine Rech

Marine litter as a vector for non-native species: What we need to know




Anthropogenic marine litter composition in coastal areas may be a predictor of potentially invasive rafting fauna



Travelling light: Fouling biota on macroplastics arriving on beaches of remote Rapa Nui (Easter Island) in the South Pacific Subtropical Gyre


Anaïs Rey

The challenges and promises of genetic approaches for ballast water management





Teja Muha, Marta Rodriguez-Rey, Matteo Rolla, Elena Tricarico

Using Environmental DNA to Improve Species Distribution Models for Freshwater Invaders

http://DOI: http://10.3389/fevo.2017.00158




Phillip Haubrock

Control and eradication efforts of aquatic alien fish species
in Lake Caicedo Yuso-Arreo


The diet of the alien channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus in the River Arno (Central Italy)


Roberta Skukan

DNA barcoding, a Master Key to Unravel the Past and Present of Exotic Seaweeds in the Cantabrian Sea. Barcode Bulletin, 8 (1), 6-7.

Borrell, Y. J., Montes, M., Skukan, R., Rico J. M. 2017.

ISSN: 2371-4646