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DOI: 10.1111/ele.12397
Scopus记录号: 2-s2.0-84921293131
The role of global trade and transport network topology in the human-mediated dispersal of alien species
作者: Banks N.C.; Paini D.R.; Bayliss K.L.; Hodda M.
刊名: Ecology Letters
ISSN: 1461023X
EISSN: 1461-0248
收录类别: SCI ; SCI-E
出版年: 2015
卷: 18, 期:2
起始页码: 188
结束页码: 199
语种: 英语
英文关键词: Human-mediated spread ; Infectious diseases ; Invasive alien species ; Trade ; Transport networks
Scopus关键词: dispersal ; global trade ; globalization ; human activity ; infectious disease ; introduced species ; topology ; transportation ; vulnerability ; animal ; animal dispersal ; Australia ; commercial phenomena ; environmental protection ; human ; introduced species ; population dynamics ; Animal Distribution ; Animals ; Australia ; Commerce ; Conservation of Natural Resources ; Humans ; Introduced Species ; Population Dynamics
英文摘要: More people and goods are moving further and more frequently via many different trade and transport networks under current trends of globalisation. These networks can play a major role in the unintended introduction of exotic species to new locations. With the continuing rise in global trade, more research attention is being focused on the role of networks in the spread of invasive species. This represents an emerging field of research in invasion science and the substantial knowledge being generated within other disciplines can provide ecologists with new tools with which to study invasions. For the first time, we synthesise studies from several perspectives, approaches and disciplines to derive the fundamental characteristics of network topology determining the likelihood of spread of organisms via trade and transport networks. These characteristics can be used to identify critical points of vulnerability within these networks and enable the development of more effective strategies to prevent invasions. © 2014 John Wiley & Sons Ltd/CNRS.
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作者单位: CSIRO Biosecurity Flagship, Dutton Park, Australia; School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Australia; Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre, Bruce, Australia

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Banks N.C.,Paini D.R.,Bayliss K.L.,et al. The role of global trade and transport network topology in the human-mediated dispersal of alien species[J]. Ecology Letters,2015-01-01,18(2)
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