Readership: This graduate level text is aimed at students, professional researchers, and practitioners in the fields of
ecology, invasion biology, conservation biology, and ecological economics. It will also be of particular relevance and use to the policy and management community.
Edited by Charles Perrings, ecoSERVICES Group, Arizona State University, USA, Harold Mooney, Department of Biological Sciences, Stanford University, USA, and Mark Williamson, Department of Biology, University of York, UK
"Bioinvasions and Globalization provide the foundation and fodder to help drive new innovative strategies to manage invasive species in a globalized world." - Trends in Ecology and Evolution
1: Charles Perrings, Harold Mooney & Mark Williamson: The problem of biological invasions
Part I - The Drivers of Biological Invasions
2: Chris D Thomas & Ralf Ohlemüller: Climate change and species' distributions: an alien future?
3: Mark New & Carol McSweeney: Climate and invasive species: the limits to climate information
4: Charles Perrings, Eli Fenichel & Ann Kinzig: Globalization and invasive alien species: trade, pests and pathogens
5: Mark Williamson: Variation in the rate and pattern of spread in introduced species and its implications
6: Petr Pyšek, Milan Chytrý & Vojtěch Jarošík: Habitats and land-use as determinants of plant invasions in the temperate zone of Europe
Part II - Economics
7: R. David Simpson: If invasive species are "pollutants", should polluters pay?
8: Stephen Polasky: A model of prevention, detection, and control for invasive species
9: David Finnoff, Alexei Potapov & Mark A. Lewis: Second best policies in invasive species management: when are they "good enough"?
10: Michael Springborn, Christopher Costello & Peyton Ferrier: Optimal random exploration for trade-related non-indigenous species risk
11: Julia Touza, Martin Drechsler, Karin Johst & Katharina Dehnen-Schmutz: The role of space in invasive species management
Part III - Management and Policy
12: Liba Pejchar Goldstein and Harold Mooney: The impact of invasive alien species on ecosystem services and human well-being
13: B.W. van Wilgen & D.M. Richardson: Current and future consequences of invasion by alien species: A case study from South Africa
14: R. Uma Shaanker, Gladwin Joseph, N. A. Aravind, Ramesh Kannan & K. N. Ganeshaiah: Invasive plants in tropical human dominated landscapes: need for an inclusive management strategy
15: Reuben P. Keller & David M. Lodge: Prevention: designing and implementing national policy and management programs to reduce the risks from invasive species
16: Charles Perrings, Stas Burgiel, Mark Lonsdale, Harold Mooney & Mark Williamson: Globalization and bioinvasions: the international policy problem
Appendix 1: Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (1995), Articles 1-11
Appendix 2 - International Health Regulations (2005) Articles 2, 5-13