Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147868
Title: A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions
Authors: Vilizzi, Lorenzo
Copp, Gordon H.
Hill, Jeffrey E.
Adamovich, Boris
Aislabie, Luke
Akin, Daniel
Al-Faisal, Abbas J.
Almeida, David
Azmai, M. N. Amal
Bakiu, Rigers
Bellati, Adriana
Bernier, Renee
Bies, Jason M.
Bilge, Gokcen
Branco, Paulo
Bui, Thuyet D.
Canning-Clode, Joao
Cardoso Ramos, H.A.
Castellanos-Galindo, Gustavo A.
Castro, Nuno
Chaichana, Ratcha
Chainho, Paula
Chan, Joleen 
Cunico, Almir M.
Curd, Amelia
Dangchana, Punyanuch
Dashinov, Dimitriy
Davison, Phil, I
de Camargo, Mariele P.
Dodd, Jennifer A.
Durland Donahou, A.L.
Edsman, Lennart
Ekmekçi, F.G.
Elphinstone-Davis, Jessica
Er?s, T.
Evangelista, Charlotte
Fenwick, Gemma
Ferincz, Á.
Ferreira, Teresa
Feunteun, Eric
Filiz, Halit
Forneck, Sandra C.
Gajduchenko, Helen S.
Gama Monteiro, J.
Gestoso, Ignacio
Giannetto, Daniela
Gilles, Allan S., Jr.
Gizzi, Francesca
Glamuzina, Branko
Glamuzina, Luka
Goldsmit, Jesica
Gollasch, Stephan
Goulletquer, Philippe
Grabowska, Joanna
Harmer, Rogan
Haubrock, Phillip J.
He, Dekui
Hean, Jeffrey W.
Herczeg, Gabor
Howland, Kimberly L.
?lhan, A.
Interesova, Elena
Jakub?inová, K.
Jelmert, Anders
Johnsen, Stein, I
Kakareko, Tomasz
Kanongdate, Kamalaporn
Killi, Nurcin
Kim, Jeong-Eun
K?rankaya, ?.G.
K?azovická, D.
Kopecký, O.
Kostov, Vasil
Koutsikos, Nicholas
Kozic, Sebastian
Kuljanishvili, Tatia
Kumar, Biju
Kumar, Lohith
Kurita, Yoshihisa
Kurtul, Irmak
Lazzaro, Lorenzo
Lee, Laura
Lehtiniemi, Maiju
Leonardi, Giovanni
Leuven, Rob S. E. W.
Li, Shan
Lipinskaya, Tatsiana
Liu, Fei
Lloyd, Lance
Lorenzoni, Massimo
Luna, Sergio Alberto
Lyons, Timothy J.
Magellan, Kit
Malmstrøm, M.
Marchini, Agnese
Marr, Sean M.
Masson, Gerard
Masson, Laurence
McKenzie, Cynthia H.
Memedemin, Daniyar
Mendoza, Roberto
Minchin, Dan
Miossec, Laurence
Moghaddas, Seyed Daryoush
Moshobane, Moleseng C.
Mumladze, Levan
Naddafi, Rahmat
Najafi-Majd, Elnaz
N?stase, A.
N?vodaru, I.
Neal, J. Wesley
Nienhuis, Sarah
Nimtim, Matura
Nolan, Emma T.
Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna
Ojaveer, Henn
Olenin, Sergej
Olsson, Karin
Onikura, Norio
O'Shaughnessy, Kathryn
Paganelli, Daniele
Parretti, Paola
Patoka, Jiri
Pavia, R.T.B.
Pellitteri-Rosa, Daniele
Pelletier-Rousseau, Michele
Peralta, Elfritzson M.
Perdikaris, Costas
Pietraszewski, Dariusz
Piria, Marina
Pitois, Sophie
Pompei, Laura
Poulet, Nicolas
Preda, Cristina
Puntila-Dodd, Riikka
Qashqaei, Ali T.
Rado?aj, T.
Rahmani, Hossein
Raj, Smrithy
Reeves, David
Ristovska, Milica
Rizevsky, Viktor
Robertson, D. Ross
Robertson, Peter
Ruykys, Laura
Saba, A.O.
Santos, Jose M.
Sar?, H.M.
Segurado, Pedro
Semenchenko, Vitaliy
Senanan, Wansuk
Simard, Nathalie
Simonovi?, P.
Skóra, M.E.
Slovák Švolíková, K.
Smeti, Evangelia
Šmídová, T.
Špeli?, I.
Sr?balien?, G.
Stasolla, Gianluca
Stebbing, Paul
Števove, B.
Suresh, Vettath R.
Szajbert, Bettina
Ta, Kieu Anh T.
Tarkan, Ali Serhan
Tempesti, Jonathan
Therriault, Thomas W.
Tidbury, Hannah J.
Top-Karaku?, N.
Tricarico, Elena
Troca, DeboraF A.
Tsiamis, Konstantinos
Tuckett, Quenton M.
Tutman, Pero
Uyan, Umut
Uzunova, Eliza
Vardakas, Leonidas
Velle, Gaute
Verreycken, Hugo
Vintsek, Lizaveta
Wei, Hui
Weiperth, Andras
Weyl, O.L.F.
Winter, Emily R.
W?odarczyk, R.
Wood, Louisa E.
Yang, Ruibin
Yap?c?, S.
Yeo, Shayne S. B.
Yo?urtçuo?lu, B.
Yunnie, Anna L. E.
Zhu, Yunjie
Zi?ba, G.
Žit?anová, K.
Clarke, Stacey
Keywords: AS-ISK
Climate change
Decision support tools
Hazard identification
Non-native species
Risk analysis
Issue Date: 1-Sep-2021
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Citation: Vilizzi, Lorenzo, Copp, Gordon H., Hill, Jeffrey E., Adamovich, Boris, Aislabie, Luke, Akin, Daniel, Al-Faisal, Abbas J., Almeida, David, Azmai, M. N. Amal, Bakiu, Rigers, Bellati, Adriana, Bernier, Renee, Bies, Jason M., Bilge, Gokcen, Branco, Paulo, Bui, Thuyet D., Canning-Clode, Joao, Cardoso Ramos, H.A., Castellanos-Galindo, Gustavo A., Castro, Nuno, Chaichana, Ratcha, Chainho, Paula, Chan, Joleen, Cunico, Almir M., Curd, Amelia, Dangchana, Punyanuch, Dashinov, Dimitriy, Davison, Phil, I, de Camargo, Mariele P., Dodd, Jennifer A., Durland Donahou, A.L., Edsman, Lennart, Ekmekçi, F.G., Elphinstone-Davis, Jessica, Er?s, T., Evangelista, Charlotte, Fenwick, Gemma, Ferincz, Á., Ferreira, Teresa, Feunteun, Eric, Filiz, Halit, Forneck, Sandra C., Gajduchenko, Helen S., Gama Monteiro, J., Gestoso, Ignacio, Giannetto, Daniela, Gilles, Allan S., Jr., Gizzi, Francesca, Glamuzina, Branko, Glamuzina, Luka, Goldsmit, Jesica, Gollasch, Stephan, Goulletquer, Philippe, Grabowska, Joanna, Harmer, Rogan, Haubrock, Phillip J., He, Dekui, Hean, Jeffrey W., Herczeg, Gabor, Howland, Kimberly L., ?lhan, A., Interesova, Elena, Jakub?inová, K., Jelmert, Anders, Johnsen, Stein, I, Kakareko, Tomasz, Kanongdate, Kamalaporn, Killi, Nurcin, Kim, Jeong-Eun, K?rankaya, ?.G., K?azovická, D., Kopecký, O., Kostov, Vasil, Koutsikos, Nicholas, Kozic, Sebastian, Kuljanishvili, Tatia, Kumar, Biju, Kumar, Lohith, Kurita, Yoshihisa, Kurtul, Irmak, Lazzaro, Lorenzo, Lee, Laura, Lehtiniemi, Maiju, Leonardi, Giovanni, Leuven, Rob S. E. W., Li, Shan, Lipinskaya, Tatsiana, Liu, Fei, Lloyd, Lance, Lorenzoni, Massimo, Luna, Sergio Alberto, Lyons, Timothy J., Magellan, Kit, Malmstrøm, M., Marchini, Agnese, Marr, Sean M., Masson, Gerard, Masson, Laurence, McKenzie, Cynthia H., Memedemin, Daniyar, Mendoza, Roberto, Minchin, Dan, Miossec, Laurence, Moghaddas, Seyed Daryoush, Moshobane, Moleseng C., Mumladze, Levan, Naddafi, Rahmat, Najafi-Majd, Elnaz, N?stase, A., N?vodaru, I., Neal, J. Wesley, Nienhuis, Sarah, Nimtim, Matura, Nolan, Emma T., Occhipinti-Ambrogi, Anna, Ojaveer, Henn, Olenin, Sergej, Olsson, Karin, Onikura, Norio, O'Shaughnessy, Kathryn, Paganelli, Daniele, Parretti, Paola, Patoka, Jiri, Pavia, R.T.B., Pellitteri-Rosa, Daniele, Pelletier-Rousseau, Michele, Peralta, Elfritzson M., Perdikaris, Costas, Pietraszewski, Dariusz, Piria, Marina, Pitois, Sophie, Pompei, Laura, Poulet, Nicolas, Preda, Cristina, Puntila-Dodd, Riikka, Qashqaei, Ali T., Rado?aj, T., Rahmani, Hossein, Raj, Smrithy, Reeves, David, Ristovska, Milica, Rizevsky, Viktor, Robertson, D. Ross, Robertson, Peter, Ruykys, Laura, Saba, A.O., Santos, Jose M., Sar?, H.M., Segurado, Pedro, Semenchenko, Vitaliy, Senanan, Wansuk, Simard, Nathalie, Simonovi?, P., Skóra, M.E., Slovák Švolíková, K., Smeti, Evangelia, Šmídová, T., Špeli?, I., Sr?balien?, G., Stasolla, Gianluca, Stebbing, Paul, Števove, B., Suresh, Vettath R., Szajbert, Bettina, Ta, Kieu Anh T., Tarkan, Ali Serhan, Tempesti, Jonathan, Therriault, Thomas W., Tidbury, Hannah J., Top-Karaku?, N., Tricarico, Elena, Troca, DeboraF A., Tsiamis, Konstantinos, Tuckett, Quenton M., Tutman, Pero, Uyan, Umut, Uzunova, Eliza, Vardakas, Leonidas, Velle, Gaute, Verreycken, Hugo, Vintsek, Lizaveta, Wei, Hui, Weiperth, Andras, Weyl, O.L.F., Winter, Emily R., W?odarczyk, R., Wood, Louisa E., Yang, Ruibin, Yap?c?, S., Yeo, Shayne S. B., Yo?urtçuo?lu, B., Yunnie, Anna L. E., Zhu, Yunjie, Zi?ba, G., Žit?anová, K., Clarke, Stacey (2021-09-01). A global-scale screening of non-native aquatic organisms to identify potentially invasive species under current and future climate conditions. Science of the Total Environment 788 : 147868. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147868
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
Abstract: The threat posed by invasive non-native species worldwide requires a global approach to identify which introduced species are likely to pose an elevated risk of impact to native species and ecosystems. To inform policy, stakeholders and management decisions on global threats to aquatic ecosystems, 195 assessors representing 120 risk assessment areas across all six inhabited continents screened 819 non-native species from 15 groups of aquatic organisms (freshwater, brackish, marine plants and animals) using the Aquatic Species Invasiveness Screening Kit. This multi-lingual decision-support tool for the risk screening of aquatic organisms provides assessors with risk scores for a species under current and future climate change conditions that, following a statistically based calibration, permits the accurate classification of species into high-, medium- and low-risk categories under current and predicted climate conditions. The 1730 screenings undertaken encompassed wide geographical areas (regions, political entities, parts thereof, water bodies, river basins, lake drainage basins, and marine regions), which permitted thresholds to be identified for almost all aquatic organismal groups screened as well as for tropical, temperate and continental climate classes, and for tropical and temperate marine ecoregions. In total, 33 species were identified as posing a ‘very high risk’ of being or becoming invasive, and the scores of several of these species under current climate increased under future climate conditions, primarily due to their wide thermal tolerances. The risk thresholds determined for taxonomic groups and climate zones provide a basis against which area-specific or climate-based calibrated thresholds may be interpreted. In turn, the risk rankings help decision-makers identify which species require an immediate ‘rapid’ management action (e.g. eradication, control) to avoid or mitigate adverse impacts, which require a full risk assessment, and which are to be restricted or banned with regard to importation and/or sale as ornamental or aquarium/fishery enhancement. © 2021 The Authors
Source Title: Science of the Total Environment
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/232208
ISSN: 0048-9697
DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147868
Rights: Attribution 4.0 International
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