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Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island

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Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island. / Peyton, Jodey; Martinou, Angeliki F.; Pescott, Oliver L.; Demetriou, Monica; Adriaens, Tim; Arianoutsou, Margarita; Bazos, Ioannis; Bean, Colin W.; Booy, Olaf; Botham, Marc; Britton, J. Robert; Cervia, Javier Lobon; Charilaou, Pantelis; Chartosia, Niki; Dean, Hannah J.; Delipetrou, Pinelopi; Dimitriou, Andreas C.; Dörflinger, Gerald; Fawcett, Jim; Fyttis, Georgios; Galanidis, Alexandros; Galil, Bella; Hadjikyriakou, Thomas; Hadjistylli, Margarita; Ieronymidou, Christina; Jimenez, Carlos; Karachle, Paraskevi; Kassinis, Nikos; Kerametsidis, George; Kirschel, Alexander N.G.; Kleitou, Periklis; Kleitou, Demetris; Manolaki, Paraskevi; Michailidis, Nikolas; Mountford, J. Owen; Nikolaou, Charis; Papatheodoulou, Athina; Payiatas, Giorgios; Ribeiro, Filipe; Rorke, Stephanie L.; Samuel, Yianna; Savvides, Pantelis; Schafer, Stefanie M.; Tarkan, Ali Serhan; Silva-Rocha, Iolanda; Top, Nildeniz; Tricarico, Elena; Turvey, Katherine; Tziortzis, Iakovos; Tzirkalli, Elli; Verreycken, Hugo; Winfield, Ian J.; Zenetos, Argyro; Roy, Helen E.

I: Biological Invasions, Bind 21, Nr. 6, 06.2019, s. 2107-2125.

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Harvard

Peyton, J, Martinou, AF, Pescott, OL, Demetriou, M, Adriaens, T, Arianoutsou, M, Bazos, I, Bean, CW, Booy, O, Botham, M, Britton, JR, Cervia, JL, Charilaou, P, Chartosia, N, Dean, HJ, Delipetrou, P, Dimitriou, AC, Dörflinger, G, Fawcett, J, Fyttis, G, Galanidis, A, Galil, B, Hadjikyriakou, T, Hadjistylli, M, Ieronymidou, C, Jimenez, C, Karachle, P, Kassinis, N, Kerametsidis, G, Kirschel, ANG, Kleitou, P, Kleitou, D, Manolaki, P, Michailidis, N, Mountford, JO, Nikolaou, C, Papatheodoulou, A, Payiatas, G, Ribeiro, F, Rorke, SL, Samuel, Y, Savvides, P, Schafer, SM, Tarkan, AS, Silva-Rocha, I, Top, N, Tricarico, E, Turvey, K, Tziortzis, I, Tzirkalli, E, Verreycken, H, Winfield, IJ, Zenetos, A & Roy, HE 2019, 'Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island', Biological Invasions, bind 21, nr. 6, s. 2107-2125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

APA

Peyton, J., Martinou, A. F., Pescott, O. L., Demetriou, M., Adriaens, T., Arianoutsou, M., ... Roy, H. E. (2019). Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island. Biological Invasions, 21(6), 2107-2125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

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Peyton J, Martinou AF, Pescott OL, Demetriou M, Adriaens T, Arianoutsou M, Bazos I, Bean CW, Booy O, Botham M, Britton JR, Cervia JL, Charilaou P, Chartosia N, Dean HJ, Delipetrou P, Dimitriou AC, Dörflinger G, Fawcett J, Fyttis G, Galanidis A, Galil B, Hadjikyriakou T, Hadjistylli M, Ieronymidou C, Jimenez C, Karachle P, Kassinis N, Kerametsidis G, Kirschel ANG, Kleitou P, Kleitou D, Manolaki P, Michailidis N, Mountford JO, Nikolaou C, Papatheodoulou A, Payiatas G, Ribeiro F, Rorke SL, Samuel Y, Savvides P, Schafer SM, Tarkan AS, Silva-Rocha I, Top N, Tricarico E, Turvey K, Tziortzis I, Tzirkalli E, Verreycken H, Winfield IJ, Zenetos A, Roy HE. 2019. Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island. Biological Invasions. 21(6):2107-2125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

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Peyton J, Martinou AF, Pescott OL, Demetriou M, Adriaens T, Arianoutsou M o.a. Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island. Biological Invasions. 2019 jun;21(6):2107-2125. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

Author

Peyton, Jodey ; Martinou, Angeliki F. ; Pescott, Oliver L. ; Demetriou, Monica ; Adriaens, Tim ; Arianoutsou, Margarita ; Bazos, Ioannis ; Bean, Colin W. ; Booy, Olaf ; Botham, Marc ; Britton, J. Robert ; Cervia, Javier Lobon ; Charilaou, Pantelis ; Chartosia, Niki ; Dean, Hannah J. ; Delipetrou, Pinelopi ; Dimitriou, Andreas C. ; Dörflinger, Gerald ; Fawcett, Jim ; Fyttis, Georgios ; Galanidis, Alexandros ; Galil, Bella ; Hadjikyriakou, Thomas ; Hadjistylli, Margarita ; Ieronymidou, Christina ; Jimenez, Carlos ; Karachle, Paraskevi ; Kassinis, Nikos ; Kerametsidis, George ; Kirschel, Alexander N.G. ; Kleitou, Periklis ; Kleitou, Demetris ; Manolaki, Paraskevi ; Michailidis, Nikolas ; Mountford, J. Owen ; Nikolaou, Charis ; Papatheodoulou, Athina ; Payiatas, Giorgios ; Ribeiro, Filipe ; Rorke, Stephanie L. ; Samuel, Yianna ; Savvides, Pantelis ; Schafer, Stefanie M. ; Tarkan, Ali Serhan ; Silva-Rocha, Iolanda ; Top, Nildeniz ; Tricarico, Elena ; Turvey, Katherine ; Tziortzis, Iakovos ; Tzirkalli, Elli ; Verreycken, Hugo ; Winfield, Ian J. ; Zenetos, Argyro ; Roy, Helen E. / Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island. I: Biological Invasions. 2019 ; Bind 21, Nr. 6. s. 2107-2125.

Bibtex

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title = "Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island",
abstract = "Invasive alien species (IAS) are one of the major drivers of change that can negatively affect biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services and human health; islands are particularly vulnerable to biological invasions. Horizon scanning can lead to prioritisation of IAS to inform decision-making and action; its scale and scope can vary depending on the need. We focussed on IAS likely to arrive, establish and affect biodiversity and human health on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus. We used a two-step consensus-building process in which experts reviewed and scored lists of alien species on their likelihood of arrival, establishment and potential to affect biodiversity, ecosystems and/or human health in the next 10 years. We reviewed 225 alien species, considered to be currently absent on Cyprus, across taxa and environments. We agreed upon 100 species that constituted very high, high or medium biodiversity risk, often arriving through multiple pathways of introduction. The remaining 125 species were ranked as low risk. The potential impacts on human health were documented for all 225 species; 82 species were considered to have a potentially negative impact on human health ranging from nuisance to disease transmission. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus, but the thematic groups also considered the relevance of the top 100 species to the Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus, given their differing governance. This horizon scan provides the first systematic exercise to identify invasive alien species of potential concern to biodiversity and ecosystems but also human health within the Mediterranean region. The process and outcomes should provide other islands in the region and beyond with baseline data to improve IAS prioritisation and management.",
keywords = "Consensus approach, Cyprus, Levant, Non-native species, Pathways, Prioritisation",
author = "Jodey Peyton and Martinou, {Angeliki F.} and Pescott, {Oliver L.} and Monica Demetriou and Tim Adriaens and Margarita Arianoutsou and Ioannis Bazos and Bean, {Colin W.} and Olaf Booy and Marc Botham and Britton, {J. Robert} and Cervia, {Javier Lobon} and Pantelis Charilaou and Niki Chartosia and Dean, {Hannah J.} and Pinelopi Delipetrou and Dimitriou, {Andreas C.} and Gerald D{\"o}rflinger and Jim Fawcett and Georgios Fyttis and Alexandros Galanidis and Bella Galil and Thomas Hadjikyriakou and Margarita Hadjistylli and Christina Ieronymidou and Carlos Jimenez and Paraskevi Karachle and Nikos Kassinis and George Kerametsidis and Kirschel, {Alexander N.G.} and Periklis Kleitou and Demetris Kleitou and Paraskevi Manolaki and Nikolas Michailidis and Mountford, {J. Owen} and Charis Nikolaou and Athina Papatheodoulou and Giorgios Payiatas and Filipe Ribeiro and Rorke, {Stephanie L.} and Yianna Samuel and Pantelis Savvides and Schafer, {Stefanie M.} and Tarkan, {Ali Serhan} and Iolanda Silva-Rocha and Nildeniz Top and Elena Tricarico and Katherine Turvey and Iakovos Tziortzis and Elli Tzirkalli and Hugo Verreycken and Winfield, {Ian J.} and Argyro Zenetos and Roy, {Helen E.}",
year = "2019",
month = "6",
doi = "10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7",
language = "English",
volume = "21",
pages = "2107--2125",
journal = "Biological Invasions",
issn = "1387-3547",
publisher = "Springer Netherlands",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity and human health on a Mediterranean island

AU - Peyton, Jodey

AU - Martinou, Angeliki F.

AU - Pescott, Oliver L.

AU - Demetriou, Monica

AU - Adriaens, Tim

AU - Arianoutsou, Margarita

AU - Bazos, Ioannis

AU - Bean, Colin W.

AU - Booy, Olaf

AU - Botham, Marc

AU - Britton, J. Robert

AU - Cervia, Javier Lobon

AU - Charilaou, Pantelis

AU - Chartosia, Niki

AU - Dean, Hannah J.

AU - Delipetrou, Pinelopi

AU - Dimitriou, Andreas C.

AU - Dörflinger, Gerald

AU - Fawcett, Jim

AU - Fyttis, Georgios

AU - Galanidis, Alexandros

AU - Galil, Bella

AU - Hadjikyriakou, Thomas

AU - Hadjistylli, Margarita

AU - Ieronymidou, Christina

AU - Jimenez, Carlos

AU - Karachle, Paraskevi

AU - Kassinis, Nikos

AU - Kerametsidis, George

AU - Kirschel, Alexander N.G.

AU - Kleitou, Periklis

AU - Kleitou, Demetris

AU - Manolaki, Paraskevi

AU - Michailidis, Nikolas

AU - Mountford, J. Owen

AU - Nikolaou, Charis

AU - Papatheodoulou, Athina

AU - Payiatas, Giorgios

AU - Ribeiro, Filipe

AU - Rorke, Stephanie L.

AU - Samuel, Yianna

AU - Savvides, Pantelis

AU - Schafer, Stefanie M.

AU - Tarkan, Ali Serhan

AU - Silva-Rocha, Iolanda

AU - Top, Nildeniz

AU - Tricarico, Elena

AU - Turvey, Katherine

AU - Tziortzis, Iakovos

AU - Tzirkalli, Elli

AU - Verreycken, Hugo

AU - Winfield, Ian J.

AU - Zenetos, Argyro

AU - Roy, Helen E.

PY - 2019/6

Y1 - 2019/6

N2 - Invasive alien species (IAS) are one of the major drivers of change that can negatively affect biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services and human health; islands are particularly vulnerable to biological invasions. Horizon scanning can lead to prioritisation of IAS to inform decision-making and action; its scale and scope can vary depending on the need. We focussed on IAS likely to arrive, establish and affect biodiversity and human health on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus. We used a two-step consensus-building process in which experts reviewed and scored lists of alien species on their likelihood of arrival, establishment and potential to affect biodiversity, ecosystems and/or human health in the next 10 years. We reviewed 225 alien species, considered to be currently absent on Cyprus, across taxa and environments. We agreed upon 100 species that constituted very high, high or medium biodiversity risk, often arriving through multiple pathways of introduction. The remaining 125 species were ranked as low risk. The potential impacts on human health were documented for all 225 species; 82 species were considered to have a potentially negative impact on human health ranging from nuisance to disease transmission. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus, but the thematic groups also considered the relevance of the top 100 species to the Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus, given their differing governance. This horizon scan provides the first systematic exercise to identify invasive alien species of potential concern to biodiversity and ecosystems but also human health within the Mediterranean region. The process and outcomes should provide other islands in the region and beyond with baseline data to improve IAS prioritisation and management.

AB - Invasive alien species (IAS) are one of the major drivers of change that can negatively affect biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services and human health; islands are particularly vulnerable to biological invasions. Horizon scanning can lead to prioritisation of IAS to inform decision-making and action; its scale and scope can vary depending on the need. We focussed on IAS likely to arrive, establish and affect biodiversity and human health on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus. We used a two-step consensus-building process in which experts reviewed and scored lists of alien species on their likelihood of arrival, establishment and potential to affect biodiversity, ecosystems and/or human health in the next 10 years. We reviewed 225 alien species, considered to be currently absent on Cyprus, across taxa and environments. We agreed upon 100 species that constituted very high, high or medium biodiversity risk, often arriving through multiple pathways of introduction. The remaining 125 species were ranked as low risk. The potential impacts on human health were documented for all 225 species; 82 species were considered to have a potentially negative impact on human health ranging from nuisance to disease transmission. The scope of the horizon scanning was the entire island of Cyprus, but the thematic groups also considered the relevance of the top 100 species to the Sovereign Base Areas of Cyprus, given their differing governance. This horizon scan provides the first systematic exercise to identify invasive alien species of potential concern to biodiversity and ecosystems but also human health within the Mediterranean region. The process and outcomes should provide other islands in the region and beyond with baseline data to improve IAS prioritisation and management.

KW - Consensus approach

KW - Cyprus

KW - Levant

KW - Non-native species

KW - Pathways

KW - Prioritisation

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U2 - 10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

DO - 10.1007/s10530-019-01961-7

M3 - Journal article

VL - 21

SP - 2107

EP - 2125

JO - Biological Invasions

JF - Biological Invasions

SN - 1387-3547

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