A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29Author(s):
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79/83. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development. 130 p.
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
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DescriptionInvasive species significantly impact U.S. ecosystems and are one of the greatest threats to forest, rangeland, and urban forest health. They have contributed to increases in fire frequency and intensity; reduced water resources, forest growth, and timber; and negatively affected native species and their habitats throughout the United States. Global trade, climate change, and innovations in human transportation are just a few of the factors that have increased the rate of invasive species introduction and the costs associated with their prevention, quarantine, and management. Forest and rangeland managers urgently need effective management techniques to reduce invasive species' effects.
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CitationDix, Mary Ellen; Britton, Kerry, editors. 2010. A dynamic invasive species research vision: Opportunities and priorities 2009-29. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-79/83. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development. 130 p.
Keywordsinvasive species, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service Research and Development Invasive Species Strategic Program Area (SPA)
- Invasive soil organisms and their effects on belowground processes
- The role of the Forest Service in nonnative invasive plant research
- Altered rangeland ecosystems in the interior Columbia basin.
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