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Invazivna tujerodna rastlinska vrsta kudzu (Pueraria montana var. lobata) je potencialna grožnja za slovenske gozdove
Jana Kus Veenvliet, Aleksander Marinšek, Janez Kermavnar, Lado Kutnar, Maarten De Groot, 2019

Abstract: Kudzu (Pueraria montana var. lobata) je invazivna tujerodna rastlinska vrsta, za katero v Sloveniji do pred nedavnim ni bilo podatkov o pojavljanju v naravi. Poleti 2018 sta bili v informacijskem sistemu Invazivke (www.invazivke.si) potrjeni prvi najdbi kudzuja pri nas v naravnem okolju. V tej podatkovni bazi se kot podpora za sistem zgodnjega obveščanja in hitrega odzivanja (ZOHO), ki se razvija v sklopu projekta LIFE ARTEMIS, zbirajo podatki o invazivnih tujerodnih vrstah pri nas. Obe nahajališči kudzuja sta v submediteranskem fitogeografskem območju Slovenije, v bližini Strunjana in v Dekanih. Namen članka je predstaviti osnovne značilnosti invazivne rastlinske vrste, ki pri nas ni dobro znana. V prispevku opozarjamo tudi na potencialne negativne vplive, ki bi jih kudzu lahko povzročil z nenadzorovanim širjenjem, predvsem v gozdnem prostoru. Na ravni EU je kudzu zaradi potencialnih škodljivih vplivov na okolje uvrščen med tiste invazivne tujerodne vrste, za katere morajo države članice sprejeti takojšnje stroge ukrepe za odstranitev oziroma preprečitev širjenja. Zgodnje obveščanje in hitro odzivanje v začetnih fazah širjenja sta ključni dejavnosti, ki bistveno pripomoreta k učinkovitemu zmanjševanju negativnih vplivov invazivnih tujerodnih vrst.
Keywords: kudzu, Pueraria montana var. lobata, invazivne tujerodne vrste, Invazivke.si, gozdovi, Slovenija
DiRROS - Published: 20.03.2019; Views: 481; Downloads: 35
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Public preferences for the management of different invasive alien forest taxa
Anže Japelj, Jana Kus Veenvliet, Judita Malovrh, Andrej Verlič, Maarten De Groot, 2019

Abstract: Invasive alien species (IAS) require management to mitigate their impact on ecosystems. The success of management decisions often depends on whether they are socially acceptable and to what extent people are willing to be actively involved in an early warning and rapid response system (EWRR). We administered a nation-wide public poll to assess people%s knowledge on plant, insect and fungal IAS; their perception of IAS as an environmental problem; and their support for different IAS management measures. Most respondents (76%) knew the term IAS, and more than half (62%) provided a correct definition. Species with more media attention and those that are easily visible are more frequently identified correctly. Almost all respondents (97%) support an EWRR system; however, there is heterogeneity in terms of the types of actions people approve of. Non-lethal measures garner more support than lethal ones. Gender and previous knowledge also affect the level of agreement. The willingness-to-pay question largely confirmed this, as people were divided into four classes according to their preferences for either biological, mechanical or chemical measures to control IAS; completeness and location of removal; and having an EWRR established. Mechanical removal is the most preferred treatment in two of the four classes, and complete removal is preferred over partial removal in one of the four classes. Having an EWRR is consistently supported in all classes, and removal in urban areas is preferred over removal in forestland in only one class.
Keywords: Early warning and rapid response system, public attitudes, management measures, alien insects, alien plants, alien fungi
DiRROS - Published: 12.07.2019; Views: 221; Downloads: 80
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