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Invasive Species
Invasive species are plants, animals, fungi, or microorganisms that spread rapidly and cause harm to other species, communities, or entire ecosystems. Because of the damage they can cause, many scientists are working to slow down the spread of invasive species.

Invasive Species Resources

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What are invasive species?

Invasive Species
Protocols

Early detection surveys
Plot Sampling: Density

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Invasion Ecology Book Cover
For more information on student bioassay experiments, read about our book, Invasion Ecology or visit our page on invasive species links.

 


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