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Monitoring and assessment of regional impacts from nonnative invasive plants in forests of the Pacific Coast, United StatesAuthor(s): Andrew Gray
Source: In: Kohli, R.K.; Jose, S.; Singh, H.P.; Batish, D.R. Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 217-235
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionInvasions of nonnative plants into new regions have a tremendous impact on many natural and managed ecosystems affecting their composition and function. Nonnative invasive species have a large economic impact through lost or degraded land costs, and are a primary cause of extinction of native species.
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CitationGray, Andrew. 2008. Monitoring and assessment of regional impacts from nonnative invasive plants in forests of the Pacific Coast, United States. In: Kohli, R.K.; Jose, S.; Singh, H.P.; Batish, D.R. Invasive Plants and Forest Ecosystems. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 217-235
KeywordsNonnative invasive plants
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