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A Handbook of Global Freshwater Invasive Species

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Invasive non-native species are a major threat to global biodiversity. Often introduced accidentally through international travel or trade, they invade and colonize new habitats, often with devastating consequences for the local flora and fauna. Their environmental impacts can range from damage to resource production (e.g. agriculture and forestry) and infrastructure (e.g. ...more
Hardcover, 456 pages
Published January 26th 2012 by Routledge (first published October 27th 2011)
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I originally picked up this book because I work with aquatic invasive species and wanted to see what I could learn.

It's a great primer if you are looking for a quick guide to many of the most important/well-known/destructive of the aquatic invasives, and it can also be a great resource for papers and further study on the plants/animals in the book.

Mostly I used it to track down new papers studying what is coming next to the area I work in. I would have liked for them to make some kind of map of
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