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William J. Sutherland
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Lynn V. Dicks
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Nancy Ockendon
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et al.

10. Some aspects of control of freshwater invasive species

10. Some aspects of control of freshwater invasive species

David Aldridge, Nancy Ockendon, Ricardo Rocha, Rebecca K. Smith et William J. Sutherland

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David Aldridge, University of Cambridge, UK

Olaf Booy, Animal and Plant Health Agency, UK

Manuel A. Duenas, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UK

Alison Dunn, University of Leeds, UK

Robert Francis, King’s College London, UK

Belinda Gallardo, Pyrenean Institute of Ecology, Spain

Nancy Ockendon, University of Cambridge, UK

Trevor Renals, Environment Agency, UK

Emmanuelle Sarat, International Union for Conservation of Nature, France

Sonal Varia, The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International, UK

Alexandra Zieritz, University of Nottingham, UK

Ana L. Nunes, The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International, UK

Deborah Hofstra, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand

Jonathan Newman, Waterland Management Ltd, UK

Johan van Valkenburg, National Plant Protection Organization, The Netherlands

Ryan Wersal, Lonza Water Care, Alpharetta, Georgia, US

Ricardo Rocha, University of Cambridge, UK

Scope of assessment: for the control of 12 invasive freshwater species.

Assessed: American bullfrog and Procambarus spp. crayfish 2015; parrot’s feather 2017; all other species 2016.

Effectiveness measure is the median% score for effectiveness.

Certainty measure is the median% certainty of evidence for effectiveness, determined by the quantity and quality of the evidence in the synopsis.

Harm measure is the median% score for negative side-effects to non-target native species. This was not assessed for some species in this chapter.

1Potential impacts on non-target species should be considered carefully before implementing any control action.

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