David C Aldridge
David C Aldridge
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Microplastics in freshwater systems: a review of the emerging threats, identification of knowledge gaps and prioritisation of research needs
D Eerkes-Medrano, RC Thompson, DC Aldridge
Water research 75, 63-82, 2015
Conservation status of freshwater mussels in Europe: state of the art and future challenges
M Lopes‐Lima, R Sousa, J Geist, DC Aldridge, R Araujo, J Bergengren, ...
Biological reviews 92 (1), 572-607, 2017
Non-indigenous invasive bivalves as ecosystem engineers
R Sousa, JL Gutiérrez, DC Aldridge
Biological invasions 11, 2367-2385, 2009
Invasion science: a horizon scan of emerging challenges and opportunities
A Ricciardi, TM Blackburn, JT Carlton, JTA Dick, PE Hulme, JC Iacarella, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (6), 464-474, 2017
Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity in Great Britain
HE Roy, J Peyton, DC Aldridge, T Bantock, TM Blackburn, R Britton, ...
Global change biology 20 (12), 3859-3871, 2014
Invader Relative Impact Potential: a new metric to understand and predict the ecological impacts of existing, emerging and future invasive alien species
JTA Dick, C Laverty, JJ Lennon, D Barrios‐O'Neill, PJ Mensink, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (4), 1259-1267, 2017
Protected areas offer refuge from invasive species spreading under climate change
B Gallardo, DC Aldridge, P González‐Moreno, J Pergl, M Pizarro, P Pyšek, ...
Global change biology 23 (12), 5331-5343, 2017
The importance of the human footprint in shaping the global distribution of terrestrial, freshwater and marine invaders
B Gallardo, A Zieritz, DC Aldridge
PloS one 10 (5), e0125801, 2015
Developing a list of invasive alien species likely to threaten biodiversity and ecosystems in the European Union
HE Roy, S Bacher, F Essl, T Adriaens, DC Aldridge, JDD Bishop, ...
Global Change Biology 25 (3), 1032-1048, 2019
The ‘dirty dozen’: socio‐economic factors amplify the invasion potential of 12 high‐risk aquatic invasive species in Great Britain and Ireland
B Gallardo, DC Aldridge
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (3), 757-766, 2013
Synthetic ecology–a way forward for sustainable algal biofuel production?
E Kazamia, DC Aldridge, AG Smith
Journal of Biotechnology 162 (1), 163-169, 2012
Freshwater bivalves of Britain and Ireland
IJ Killeen, D Aldridge, PG Oliver
Field Studies Council, 2004
The recent and rapid spread of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in Great Britain
DC Aldridge, P Elliott, GD Moggridge
Biological conservation 119 (2), 253-261, 2004
Freshwater mussel abundance predicts biodiversity in UK lowland rivers
DC Aldridge, TM Fayle, N Jackson
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17 (6), 554-564, 2007
The morphology, growth and reproduction of Unionidae (Bivalvia) in a fenland waterway
DC Aldridge
Journal of molluscan studies 65 (1), 47-60, 1999
Estimating the financial costs of freshwater invasive species in Great Britain: a standardized approach to invasive species costing
MPJ Oreska, DC Aldridge
Biological Invasions 13, 305-319, 2011
Development of European bitterling in the gills of freshwater mussels
DC Aldridge
Journal of Fish Biology 54 (1), 138-151, 1999
Four priority areas to advance invasion science in the face of rapid environmental change
A Ricciardi, JC Iacarella, DC Aldridge, TM Blackburn, JT Carlton, ...
Environmental Reviews 29 (2), 119-141, 2021
Microencapsulated BioBullets for the control of biofouling zebra mussels
DC Aldridge, P Elliott, GD Moggridge
Environmental science & technology 40 (3), 975-979, 2006
Antarctica: The final frontier for marine biological invasions
AH McCarthy, LS Peck, KA Hughes, DC Aldridge
Global Change Biology 25 (7), 2221-2241, 2019
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