Atlantic Blue Ports Newsletter #6

The invasion of exotic species is currently the second most common cause of species extinction and its management represents one of the greatest challenges for the conservation of terrestrial, marine and freshwater biodiversity. Unlike terrestrial invasions, marine invasions are almost impossible to eradicate due
to the high connectivity of water masses and the accelerated increase in human activities in the marine ecosystem.



Fabienne Vallee
Atlantic Blue Ports,
project manager