A preliminary taxon name list for "Freshwater Invasive Species in Europe. A project of the GBIF Nodes of Europe"
A preliminary taxon name list for "Freshwater Invasive Species in Europe. A project of the GBIF Nodes of Europe". This list compirses those species names found in common in the DAISIE and the BioFresh projects
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European Nodes of GBIF. A preliminary taxon name list for "Freshwater Invasive Species in Europe. A project of the GBIF Nodes of Europe".
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Biodiversity; Biofresh; Europe; Freshwater; GBIF; Invasive species; Nodes of GBIF; Checklist
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [35, -26], North East [73, 45]|
- BioFresh Project (Biodiversity of Freshwater Ecosystems) is devoted to the study of the global freshwater ..(FADA) ([http://fada.biodiversity.be/]; [http://data.freshwaterbiodiversity.eu/data/]).
- NOBANIS Project (European Network on Invasive Alien Species) is centered on invasive alien species in North and Central Europe, and provides more than 8200 species that can be found at [http://www.nobanis.org/Search.asp]
- DAISIE Project (Delivering Alien Invasive Species Inventory for EU) is focused on non-native species in the EU and surroundings, i.e. 46 European contributors, accounting for 11000 species approx. The species list can be found at [http://www.europe-aliens.org/speciesSearch.do]