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Title: Monitoring bioinvasions : a collaborative effort with the fishing community
Authors: Vella, Adriana
Agius Darmanin, Sandra
Vella, Noel
Keywords: Fisheries--Mediterranean Sea
Introduced organisms -- Mediterranean Sea
Marine biodiversity conservation
Marine ecology -- Mediterranean Sea
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Vella, A., Agius Darmanin, S., & Vella, N. (2016). Monitoring bioinvasions: a collaborative effort with the fishing community. Workshop on the Management of Bioinvasionsin the Mediterranean: the Way Forward, Ischia.
Abstract: Non-native fish species are increasing in the Mediterranean Sea threatening native biodiversity as they grow in abundance. Closer monitoring of coastal habitats and biodiversity towards achieving timely assessment and management is essential. For many years the Conservation Biology Research Group at the University of Malta (CBRG-UoM) has involved various types of fishermen in research and awareness through active collaboration while recording recreational or commercial fisheries catches of marine species, including alien species.
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