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BES Symposium 2017: The Macroecology of Alien Species: Patterns, Drivers and Consequences of Global Biotic Exchange
Titel: BES Symposium 2017: The Macroecology of Alien Species: Patterns, Drivers and Consequences of Global Biotic Exchange
Titel Kurzform: BES Symposium 2017: Macroecology of Alien Species
Identifier: http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/events/bes-symposium...
Veranstaltungsort: Durham
Anfangsdatum: 24.07.2017
Enddatum: 26.07.2017
Autor: BES = British Ecological Society
Zusammenfassung: Charles Elton recognized that the breakdown of biogeographic barriers as a consequence of transport, trade and economic globalisation will lead to unprecedented movements of biotas among continents and oceans, resulting in increased rates of invasion by alien species. For well-studied taxa such as plants and vertebrates, we are only just beginning to understand the extent to which species are becoming distributed globally, and how much biotas are becoming similar. However, a global picture including less-studied taxonomic groups such as invertebrates and pathogens is lacking. This timely, 2-day symposium in the historic and beautiful city of Durham will bring together invasion ecologists and macroecologists, working on many different taxonomic groups, to build a global synthesis of alien species distribution and richness. The symposium will explore the major drivers behind the mixing of the world’s biotas, and the consequences for conservation of biodiversity. [Information of the supplier]
Thema: Nichtheimische Arten (578.62)
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Geographischer Bezug: Britische Inseln
Zielgruppe: Fortgeschrittene; Experten
Sprache: Englisch
Format: Website
Ressourcentyp: Tagungen, Konferenzen, Kongresse (Archiv)
Zugang: frei
Letzte Änderung des Metadatensatzes: 28.07.2017
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