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Managing biological invasions: how to set priorities?

Abstract : The number of biological invasions increases and so are the impacts these species cause to the environment and the economy. Because resources are limited, the funds available for the management of biological invasions need to be allocated in the most efficient way. Applying a cost/benefit approach incorporating species utility, distinctiveness, robustness of species and their interactions, this paper provides with an operational optimal method for setting management priorities under a limited budget constraint.
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Pierre Courtois, Charles Figuieres, Chloé Mulier, Joakim Weill. Managing biological invasions: how to set priorities?. 2. Conférence annuelle de la FAERE, French Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (FAERE). FRA.; Biodiversity and Economics for Conservation (BIOECON). INT.; Resource Modeling Association. USA., Sep 2015, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-02741245⟩

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