eScience. Species for sale: Globalisation and the management of exotic imports

The work of Associate Professor Phill Cassey has been featured in the May 2014 eScience magazine.

In the feature Phill Cassey explores how science is improving our biosurveillance efforts.

“Biological invasions are one of the many negative consequences of human-caused global change. The introduction and establishment of invasive species (animal pests, weeds, and diseases) around the world poses a major threat to environmental, economic and social systems, which are directly and indirectly affected by them.”

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