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Marine invasive species in the Arctic
Fernandez, L.; Kaiser, B.A.; Vestergaard, N. (Ed.) (2014). Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547. Nordic Council of Ministers: Copenhagen. ISBN 978-92-893-2821-0. 198 pp.
Part of: TemaNord Environment. Nordic Council of Ministers: København. ISSN 0908-6692, more
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  • Fernandez, L., editor
  • Kaiser, B.A., editor
  • Vestergaard, N., editor

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  • Gill, M. (2014). Meeting the challenge of a changing Arctic, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 15-22, more
  • Larsen, J.N. (2014). Marine invasive species: Issues and challenges in resource governance and monitoring of societal impacts, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 23-31, more
  • Miller, A.W. (2014). Melting sea ice, accelerated shipping, and Arctic invasions, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 35-55, more
  • Floerl, O. (2014). Management challenges and opportunities for marine biosecurity in the Arctic, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 57-67, more
  • Sundet, J.H. (2014). The red king crab (Paralithodes camschaticus) in the Barents Sea, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 71-82, more
  • Thorarinsdóttir, G.G.; Gunnarsson, K.; Gislason, O.S. (2014). Invasive species: Case studies from Iceland, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 83-109, more
  • Niemi, J.K.; Hyytiäinen, K.; Lehtiniemi, M.; Tikka, K. (2014). Optimizing policies to combat aquatic invasive species, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 114-129, more
  • Olaussen, J.O. (2014). Adaptive harvest strategies in the case of invasive species-induced mortality, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 131-143, more
  • Bertelsen, R.G. (2014). The interaction of natural and social systems: how International Relations Theory can inform research on Arctic marine invasive species, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 147-161, more
  • Fernandez, L. (2014). Bioeconomic strategies to address potential marine invasive species in the Arctic, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 163-173, more
  • Kaiser, B.A. (2014). Invasive species management strategies: Adapting in the Arctic, in: Fernandez, L. et al. (Ed.) Marine invasive species in the Arctic. TemaNord Environment, 547: pp. 175-191, more

Abstract
    Arctic marine ecosystems are among the most productive and most vulnerable in the world, both from an economic and ecological perspective of growing accessibility. The complexity of Arctic marine ecosystems and their location poses challenges for management, valuation, and the establishment of sound policy to protect them. This special issue of Temanord presents papers from a workshop devoted to this topic. In October 2013, a group of multidisciplinary experts on marine invasive species and the Arctic came together in Esbjerg, DK for a two-day workshop titled: “Marine Invasive Species in the Arctic: Management Issues.” Attendees of the workshop came from academic, governmental and scientific institutions in Denmark and the Faroe Islands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Canada, and the United States. This volume presents papers based on the presentations of the workshop speakers.

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