1) developing a common tool for the prediction of invasion potential and the diagnosis of the invasion degree in key sites of the Natura 2000 Network.
2) establishing a monitoring network around the habitats at risk
3) assign management priorities concerning those sites already invaded.
4) implement management operations. The amelioration of the status of native plant populations or the active re-introduction of native plants (habitats at risk or invaded, respectively) will be essential to prevent alien species to (p)reCOLONISE the targeted habitats.
In short, (p)reCOLONISE aims at actively contributing to achieve the Biodiversity goals of the Horizon 2020 agenda, by targeting a major threat to the conservation of key habitats in the Atlantic Area.
department of biology
Cabildo de Tenerife » Spain
CELI » United Kingdom
SEMIBERIS » Portugal
university of a Coruña » Spain
university of la laguna » Spain
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