Rising global shipping traffic could lead to surge in invasive species

Science Daily

Ship traffic in the Suez Canal - 1957. Photo by Buonasera
Maritime trade is likely to far outweigh climate change as the driver of bio-invasions over the next 30 years, study finds.

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PinP said…
If ship traffic was like this 62 years ago, what do you suppose it's like now! Are more Zebra mussels in our future?

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