Assessment and Management of Plant Invasions

Assessment and Management of Plant Invasions

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Biological invasion of native plant communities is a high-priority problem in the field of environmental management. Resource managers, biologists, and all those involved in plant communities must consider ecological interactions when assessing both the effects of plant invasion and the long-term effects of management. Sections of the book cover human perceptions of invading plants, assessment of ecological interactions, direct management, and regulation and advocacy. It also includes an appendix with descriptive data for many of the worst weeds.Weed Technol 7:791a€“793 Mityaev ID (1958) A review of insect pests of Tamarix in the Balkhash-Alakul depression. ... 250a€“272 Moore AD, Noble IR (1990) An individualistic model of vegetation stand dynamics. ... ECOn Bot 32:353a€“359 Morton JF (1987) Fruits of Warm Climates. ... Morton JF (1994) Lantana, or red sage (Lantana ... ECOn Bot 48:259-270 Moss EH (1983) Flora of Alberta: A Manual of Flowering Plants, Conifers, Ferns and Fern Allies Found Growing without Cultivationanbsp;...

Title:Assessment and Management of Plant Invasions
Author:James O. Luken, John W. Thieret
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06


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