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Aquatic Invasive Species Workshop

27 March 2014, Leeds 

The threat to ecosystems from aquatic invasive species is generally only recognized when large species are affected, or ecosystems cease to function effectively. This workshop explored research under way at Leeds University focused on subtler impacts of invasive species on ecosystem processes, biocontrol developments and efficacy of Biosecurity measures. It then examined the approach taken in the Yorkshire Dales and used that experience to develop a strategic approach for the Yorkshire and Humber Region.

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Invasive Non-Native Crayfish in Britain
Paul Bradley (PBA Applied Ecology)