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Exotic plant invasions: deleterious effects on mediterranean island ecosystems (EPIDEMIE)

Objective

Exotic plant invasions are a serious threat to the biodiversity & economy of Mediterranean islands. EPIDEMIE will incorporate socio-economic & ecological perspectives to resolve the problems of exotic plant invasions. Simulation models will integrate regional surveys and local ecological studies to produce clear insights into the ecosystem vulnerability. The project will provide guidelines for the sustainable management of Mediterranean ecosystems in order to prevent the deleterious impact of exotic plant invasions.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH COUNCIL
Address
Hill Of Brathens
AB31 4BW Banchory(kincardinshire)
United Kingdom

Participants (6)

CENTRE DE RECERCA ECOLOGIA I APLICACIONS FORESTALS
Spain
Address
Univ. Autonoma De Barcelona - Edifici C
08193 Bellaterra
CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS
Spain
Address
Edifici Mateu Orfila, Campus Universitat De Les Il
07171 Palma
UNIVERSITE DE DROIT D'ECONOMIE ET DES SCIENCES D'AIX-MARSEILLE III
France
Address
Ave Escadrille Normandie -Niémen Faculté Des Scie
13397 Marseille
UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEAN
Greece
Address
17,Karantoni 17, Xenia Building
81100 Mytilini
UNIVERSITY OF WALES - BANGOR
United Kingdom
Address
Deiniol Road
LL57 2UW Bangor (Gwynedd)
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI SASSARI
Italy
Address
Via Muroni 25
07100 Sassari