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Testing basic ecological, evolutionary, and biogeographical principles using invasive speciesAuthor(s): Cynthia D. Huebner
Source: Landscape Ecology. 22(1): 159-163.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionSax et al. argue in Species Invasions: Insights into Ecology, Evolution, and Biogeography that species invasion is an on-going experiment and a research tool with which to test fundamental ecology, evolution, and biogeography tenets.
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CitationHuebner, Cynthia D. 2006. Testing basic ecological, evolutionary, and biogeographical principles using invasive species. Landscape Ecology. 22(1): 159-163.
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