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Interactive alluvial plots - Management of invasive alien species in Spain: a bibliometric review

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posted on 17.12.2021, 15:59 by Rafael Muñoz-MasRafael Muñoz-Mas, Martina Carrete, Pilar Castro-Díez, Miguel Delibes-Mateos, Josep A. Jaques, Marta López-Darias, Manuel NogalesManuel Nogales, Joan Pino, Anna TravesetAnna Traveset, Xavier Turon, Montserrat Vilà, Emili García-BerthouEmili García-Berthou
Interactive alluvial diagrams relating i) methodological approach, ecosystem type, management topic, and spatial scale, ii) ecosystem type, treatment, and success and iii) treatment, species and, and success of the compiled documents on invasive alien species (IAS) management in Spain. For the latter case, both static (.tif) and dynamic figures (.html) are provided. Connection width is proportional to the number of documents. The category “Other” includes mulching, prevention, sterilization, heating, incineration, containment, baiting, restocking, DNA metabarcoding, insecticide, and genetic selection. These figures supplement those in the study:

Muñoz-Mas, R., Carrete, M., Castro-Díez, P., Delibes-Mateos, M., Jaques, J.A., López-Darias, M., Nogales, M., Pino, J., Traveset, A., Turon, X., Vilà, M., García-Berthou, E., 2021. Management of invasive alien species in Spain: A bibliometric review. NeoBiota 70, 123. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.70.68202

Funding

Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (InvaNET network, RED2018‐102571‐T)

Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (CTM2017-88080, PID2019-103936GB-C21)

Government of Catalonia (ref. 2017 SGR 548)

RMM benefitted from a postdoctoral Juan de la Cierva fellowship from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (FJCI-2016-30829)

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