Memorandum to Senior Artic Officials 12/02/2016: Arctic Invasive Alien Species, Project Description
Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)
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Memorandum from CAFF submitted to the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting in Fairbanks, USA, March 16-17, 2016. "Overall project goal: Prevent the introduction of invasive species in Arctic marine, coastal, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems, and through establishing a baseline, improve management of on-going invasions using risk-based assessment and management approaches."
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