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Wednesday, 29 May 2013
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While networks exist in some Regional Seas e.g. Baltic Marine Biologists (BMB) Working Group (BMB WG 30 NEMO), or the North European and Baltic Network on Invasive Alien Species (NOBANIS: www.nobanis.org) in the Mediterranean, efforts are limited to the preparation of an atlas of exotics by CIESM. The Atlas is the first attempt to provide a comprehensive, group by group, survey of recent marine "immigrants" in the Mediterranean, which is undergoing drastic and rapid changes to its biota. However, the CIESM task force experts are very few and information exchange via the relevant website (www.ciesm.org/atlas) is limited and accidental.
Trends and costs of invasive alien species are used as an indicator by the SEBI2010 Invasive Species Expert Group 5
(http://biodiversity-chm.eea.europa.eu/information/indicator) a)to suit the CBD Focal area on threats to biodiversity and (ii) to serve the EU Headline Biodiversity Indicator development. This indicator is developed in the general assessment framework about progress towards the European 2010 targets (halting the loss of biodiversity).
Hence the need to institute a national network of experts. The Ellenic Network website  is structured in the same pattern as that of ERNAIS. ELNAIS list includes not only IAS Invasive alien species (IAS) but casual records as well. IAS are non-native species that are introduced deliberately or unintentionally outside their natural habitats where they become established, proliferate and spread in ways that cause damage to biodiversity, human heath, loss of production etc
    Eleven Research Institutes/Universities (see ELNAIS Sites Map ) and more than 50 Greek scientists (see experts details ) are currently carrying out research related to Aquatic (marine and freshwater) Alien Species .
 

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Responsible Institute: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research: www.hcmr.gr
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