Trophic Interactions and Impacts of Non-indigenous Species in Baltic Sea Coastal Ecosystems
Translocation of non-indigenous species is a global threat to the structure and functioning of coastal ecosystems. Coastal ecosystems and estuaries are particularly prone for invasions due to impacts from a variety of anthropogenic stressors and frequent propagule pressure, notably from shipping. In addition, species poor environments, especially when already impacted by multiple anthrop...
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